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review 2019-08-12 19:16
Will She Ever Stop Running – Natalie’s Art by Susan Fleet #SusanFleet
Natalie's Art (Frank Renzi Book 5) - Susan Fleet

I have become one of Natalie’s biggest fans. She is a character I can dig my teeth into and she keeps on giving in Natalie’s Art by Susan Fleet.


This is one of those reviews long overdue. I finished reading it on December 20, 2016.


Natalie's Art (Frank Renzi, #5)

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This is one of those books that a romance between the two main characters cannot be, yet there is something there…something between them…and I am sticking with the Frank Renzi series until I find out how Susan Fleet is going to end it.


Susan Fleet supplies plenty of action. Natalie is a thief, but if she has to, she will kill to save herself. She finds herself in the UK, forced to be a call girl, a whore, a thief,


stealing paintings for her lover to sell. How in the hell did she ever get herself into this situation? And how is she going to get out?


Frank Renzi has his own life, and it has made it a full one, but there is still Natalie.


Natalie’s rough life does not excuse what she does, but I do feel for her. i understand her motivation. Even making a bad choice can be better than letting someone make the choice for you.


Will she run forever? Will she ever be able to stop running?


The ending was a surprise and I loved it!


I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Natalie’s Art by Susan Fleet.

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review 2014-11-09 18:33
Reading progress update: I've read 100%.
Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stakers and domestic homicides - Susan Fleet


Fleet's Dark Deeds is a fascinating account of some of the most horrifying serial killers ever to live. The Boston Strangler was believed to be Albert DeSalvo, but was he the real murderer? Could there have been more than one killer? Then, there are the stalkers or an obsessed fan. I remember the death of Rebecca Schaeffer and how it had affected so many. Rebecca's death brought about changes in stalking laws. Her killer had found her home after hiring a P.I., who walked into a California DMV, and after paying a little over a dollar, was easily given Schaeffer's address. Husbands killing wives. Mothers killing children. Wives killing husbands. The one that made me angriest was the story about Charles and Carole Stuart. How can someone be so cruel, so callous?! And, then there are the survivors of domestic violence, some lucky woman that lived to see another day. She lives but she is brutally scarred both physically and emotionally. Her country of Pakistan does nothing to help her find justice. She is shunned, an embarrassment. Horrific stories. All of them. Tragically, most women murdered know their killer intimately, someone once trusted and loved. It's a story as old as Cain and Abel. Lives taken too soon. Women chosen at random. Killers amongst us. Frightening!!




Above: Fakhra Younus was attacked by her husband Bilal Khar, ex-MPA of the Punjab Assembly and the son of Pakistani Politician Ghulam Mustafa Khar. He threw acid in her face after they split up. Tehmina Durrani, the author of ‘My Feudal Lord’, the former step mother of Bilal Khar tried to help Fakhra. She was sent to Italy for treatment. After having 39 re-constructive surgeries, Fakhra committed suicide. Acid attack is common in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Cambodia, and a few other countries. Men often do this as a form of punishment for transgressions such as, attending schools, for not wearing Islamic veils, for not behaving well, for speaking too much, for laughing loudly. Khar did not serve one day in prison. NOT ONE!!


To learn more about these murders, Susan Fleet, and her other books, please visit her website: http://www.susanfleet.com/darkdeeds-v1.html#.VF-uEPnF8Yk

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text 2014-10-19 01:35
Reading progress update: I've read 23%.
Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stakers and domestic homicides - Susan Fleet

Can I watch LSU football, eat dinner, AND read at the same time?!! I'm not the best multi-tasker but I'll make due.


Btw, LSU over Kentucky 17-3. YAY!!

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review 2014-01-01 00:00
Jackpot - Susan Fleet The Stakes Were High – Susan Fleet Won With Jackpot
The newest Detective Renzi novel takes the reader back to his days in Boston, in this riveting story that fleshes out much about the Boston area, the effects of gambling and of course we learn more about Detective Renzi’s marriage, his affairs, and we fall in love with his tough but sensitive demeanor, all over again. This character charms us with his caring actions. The real Jackpot is the plot. The thrills are there – the story paces in a continuous maze of panic, which serial killers often do in novels. I highly recommend all the Detective Renzi novels, and hats off to Susan Fleet – this is the best yet! Highly recommend this book.
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review 2013-02-06 00:00
Women Who Dared: Trailblazing 20th Centu... Women Who Dared: Trailblazing 20th Century Musicians - Susan Fleet Interesting book about some pioneering creative women, including musicians Edna Fleet and Maud Adams. Lots of great information, but the Kindle version of this book has some technical flaws that prevent it being read easily.
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