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The Morning After

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A book by Lisa Jackson.

Slowly waking from a drugged sleep, a woman realizes she's not in her own bed but in a closed coffin, lying on top of a cold, reeking dead body. Thuds resonate on the lidâ€"dirt and stones being shoveled on topâ€"bringing … see full wiki

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Author: Lisa Jackson
Genre: Romance
Publisher: Zebra
1 review about The Morning After

Intense and Action Packed Mystery

  • Jul 13, 2010
Rating:
+3

 

Lisa Jackson  is an amazing fiction mystery writer. Her books are full if drama and  suspense and always have a love story twist. If you love murder mysteries then you will love this book. It was a New York Bestseller.

This book takes place in the Savannah area where Nikki (the main character) writes for a paper and discovers she is a target of a serial killer whom is burying people alive. She ends up working with a rugged cop named Pierce. They pretend to dislike each other but deep down they are in love. The killer captures Nikki and almost succeeds in killing her until Pierce saves the day.

This book is one of those hard to put down books. Every chapter ends with you wanting to know more. Lisa Jackson does a great job of taking you through the minds of killers. I would highly recommend this book.
 

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July 13, 2010
Nice first review! I loves me some murder mysteries :D By the way, if you look to the right, I changed the topic name to "The Morning After" since that it is what you are reviewing. Thanks for sharing!
 
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