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Hex on the Ex - Rochelle Staab
Hex on the Ex
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From the author of Bruja Brouhaha and Who Do, Voodoo?--the new Mind for Murder Mystery! When her ex-husband encounters a mysterious death omen, psychologist Liz Cooper turns to occult professor Nick Garfield for help in solving an all-too-real murder…   At a Dodgers game to celebrate her... show more
From the author of Bruja Brouhaha and Who Do, Voodoo?--the new Mind for Murder Mystery! When her ex-husband encounters a mysterious death omen, psychologist Liz Cooper turns to occult professor Nick Garfield for help in solving an all-too-real murder…   At a Dodgers game to celebrate her father’s birthday, Liz is forced to watch her ex—star player, Jarret—on the pitcher’s mound. To make matters worse, her former best friend, Laycee, is in the stands as well. Having betrayed her trust by having an affair with Jarret, Laycee is the last person Liz wants to see.   But when the appearance of a white pigeon—an omen of death—sets the superstitious Jarret off balance, it’s a game changer both on and off the field. Because the next morning, Laycee is found dead in Jarret’s home—and Liz is on deck as the prime suspect…
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780425252017 (0425252019)
Publisher: Berkley
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: A Mind For Murder Mystery (#3)
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Meledstic
Meledstic rated it
4.0 Hex on the Ex (A Mind for Murder Mystery)
Looks like this one is the last in this series, which is okay. It ended on a high note. I think this one was the best in this short-lived series. We get a little more insight into Liz's ex, Jarret, which was good. I still don't like her mom, but that's okay. Every series has to have an unlikeab...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 Hex on the Ex (A Mind for Murder Mystery #3)
Ok, I really enjoyed this book, but I have to say the killer was screamingly obvious towards the end - like it could have ended several chapters sooner, but it seemed like the author had more to say so she kept her characters in a state of temporary stupidity until she was ready. Beyond that, a gr...
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