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    Sandra Brown Smash Cut Ebook

    Smash Cut by Sandra Brown - From #1 New York Times bestselling author of Seeing Red comes this thrilling novel full of jarring, cinematic twists and breathless. Free Download Smash Cut (Mitchell & Associates #1) by Sandra Brown for free! Slow Heat in Heaven (eBook) Sandra Brown Books, Reading Library, Library. Smash Cut book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From #1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown comes this thrill.

    She is nothing if not serious when it comes to her work. As the oldest of five daughters, she was a responsible and mature girl, and always chose to read a book rather than play with dolls. Her responsible nature stayed with Sandra as she graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in English, and in her job as a contributing feature reporter at the nationally syndicated PM Magazine in Dallas. When the show experienced mass layoffs, however, Sandra found herself out of work. Sandra married Michael Brown, former television anchorman and award-winning documentarian of Dust to Dust, and returned to Ft. They had two children, Rachel and Ryan.

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    And there was. We find ourselves in Buckhead, Atlanta where the murder of Paul Wheeler takes place at a local hotel. The crime is coldblooded and the crime scene leaves us with many troubling thoughts and uncertainty.

    You have Julie who is a beautiful and sexy Art Gallery owner as the one suspect and Derek who is a Defense Attorney finding himself in a spot where he had no intention of being in.

    As usually SB not only gives us two amazing main characters in Derek Mitchell and Julie Rutledge but in this one she surrounds them with two additional characters that added so much to the story.

    Creighton Wheeler was a sick son of a bitch to put it bluntly. He was also that guy that had it all. He was good looking, had loads of money, women at his beck and call and had a love for movies.

    We find his love for movies at the center of this mystery. With each snip it you get there is more intrigue. Dodge Hanley was a private investigator that played by his own rules.

    The way he got things done was not always ethical and his methods of doing things were not always above board. But their relationship worked.

    I loved the banter between him and Derek. Dodge was a bit of a wise guy which I loved. Though you are aware of a lot at the beginning of the story, as each chapter unfolds there is so much more that happens.

    Everyone is questionable. I had no idea. It may have been because the one mystery that wasn't explained in the first half of the novel was the least important. It could have been my mindset at the time.

    I don't know.

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    I do know that I struggled to finish it. I would find excuses to put the book down. I actually read another book while reading this one. Three days after starting it, I finally finished it.

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    I felt more relief for having completed it than anything else. It doesn't continue the entire story, but carries on the characters. I found it even harder to make myself read and finish. It seems to me that Brown was nearing her deadline and forced a book that wasn't ready out to print. It took me longer to finish Tough Customer than it did Smash Cut.

    I have taken Sandra Brown off my list of back-up authors.

    I am sure that, in the future, I will read something of hers and enjoy it, but that day will be a while in coming. It doesn't happen often, but I have to admit that I regret reading Tough Customer. If you read or have read either of these, I hope you enjoyed them more than I did. If you want to check them out for yourself, Smash Cut is here on Barnes and Noble and here on site.