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When New Orleans detective Reuben Montoya is called to investigate a murder with his partner Rick Bentz, he's shocked to recognize the victim. Camille Renard, an old high-school friend, was found on the altar of St. Marguerite's cathedral, dressed in a yellowed bridal gown and viciously garroted. . .
"Will Satisfy Series Fans As Well As Readers Who Enjoy Lisa Gardner And Linda Fairstein." –Library Journal
Valerie Houston's younger sister, Camille, had a knack for making bad choices. She left Texas after falling for Val's soon-to-be ex-husband, Slade. But as Val digs deeper into Camille's death, she realizes how little she really knows about her sister and their shared past.
"A Nail-Biting Tale Of Dangerous Secrets And Deadly Passions." --Booklist
Soon more bodies are found brutally slaughtered. No one is beyond suspicion. No one is safe--least of all Valerie, whose connection to a twisted case is closer, and more dangerous, than she ever could have imagined. For this killer knows all, forgives nothing, and will not rest until Valerie becomes the next to pay for her sins. . .
"The plot machinations are wonderful and emotional turmoil akin to the work of James Lee Burke and Tony Hillerman helps make Devious a stunning success." –The Providence Journal
"Explosively riveting." –The Providence Journal
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There's plenty of action to keep you focused right to the bloody finish. But you get the feeling it's not over, even when you've read the last sentence.Read Full Review of Devious
I’ve always been a fan of Lisa Jackson, one of the few fiction authors on my favorite list, but somehow this book just fell flat and it was a struggle to finish it.Read Full Review of Devious
This is a very good book with a good plot, if you can keep up. There are more murders before it's over, and you will certainly be puzzled as to who is doing all this.Read Full Review of Devious
Full of mystery, secrets, and revelations, Devious takes a little perseverance to get in to, but once you’re there, it gets you good. Jackson is a master at leaving you hanging right till the very last pageRead Full Review of Devious
Jackson’s powerfully animated descriptions are in a class by itself. The striking New Orleans backdrop is written eloquently, vividly & dramatically.Read Full Review of Devious
if you are looking for an entertaining page turner, this is a good choice. There is enough action, well frequent enough murders, to keep the story moving.Read Full Review of Devious
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