Killer Nashville Claymore Award Finalist, Best MysteryGenes to die for--and someone does...
When Jessica James wakes up half naked behind a dumpster in downtown Chicago, she thinks at first the hot intern feeding her Fiery Mule Slammers slipped her a Mickey. But after a pattern of similar incidents around Northwestern Research Hospital makes the news, Jessica realizes she wasn't raped, she was robbed. Robbed of something as valuable as life itself.
The "dumpster girls" are all top of their class, attractive college students, who are drugged and dropped unconscious behind dumpsters. When rape-kits all come back negative, the police are baffled. But when the perp escalates and kills one of his victims, Jessica takes it on herself to solve the bewildering mystery and save herself and her friends as the "thief" closes in on them.
Hunting for the predator, Jessica discovers secrets about her own identity that force her to rethink her past. The solution to the mystery lies in the cowgirl philosopher's boot-cut genes.
Gritty and haunting, award winning author, Kelly Oliver's, page-turning Jessica James adventure blends a humorous, complex murder mystery with a suspenseful medical thriller for a result that is riveting.
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The Foxy Fox
What did you love best about F.O.X.?
I love the way the book starts off, you think a simple mystery, then it starts down another road, then another. It keeps you interested all the way through. The Narrator certainly did the book and characters justice.
What other book might you compare F.O.X. to and why?
To me each book is unique and is somewhat difficult to compare to other books.
Which scene was your favorite?
I really enjoyed the opening scene, it sets the mood and tone for the rest of the book, it gets you thinking one way, then it changes on you.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Foxes, fun and playful, but be careful what lurks inside.
Any additional comments?
Kelly Oliver writes stories they way they should be read and the narrator, Tamara Eastridge, really took what Kelly wrote and took it to another level of enjoyment.
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One Part Robin Cook and Michael Crichton . . .
. . . and two parts cozy mystery. Mad scientists, graduate students, and Russians of dubious background tangle together with a Congressional candidate and his wife who might have come out of a Second City skit parody. And, yes, set in Chicago. Narrator Tamara Eastridge did yeoman service providing a mix of accents for the myriad characters. Entertaining!