Book Reviews of Dead On The Dance Floor (Suspense, Bk 7)

Dead On The Dance Floor (Suspense, Bk 7)
Dead On The Dance Floor - Suspense, Bk 7
Author: Heather Graham
ISBN-13: 9780778320272
ISBN-10: 0778320278
Publication Date: 3/1/2004
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Hardcover
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Another good murder mystery by Heather Graham. Takes place in Miami on the beach and in a dance studio. Full of interesting characters - couldn't figure this one out until the end but it was an easy read - I read it in one day.
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Good book.
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Accomplished dancer Lara Trudeau drops dead of a heart attack brought on by a lethal combination of booze and pills. To former private investigator Quinn O'Casey, it's a simple case of death by misadventure. But when his brother Doug, a Miami-Dade patrolman, asks for help, he can't refuse. Especially when he learns that Lara and Doug -- a student at the Moonlight Sonata dance studio where Lara occasionally taught -- were having an affair. And despite Quinn's lack of interest in the case and even less in dancing, experience has taught him not to count on the obvious when it comes to murder
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Everybody wants her dead, the list is long, but now she's dead and someone is following Sharon Mackey aroud is she the next victim?
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This book took me one day to read. Enough Said!
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Private investigator Quinn O'Casey investigates multiple deaths of victims associated with the Moonlight Sonata dance studio.
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The background is @ a dance studio, which is very interesting.
Someone has fatal plans for Shannon Mackay. and only Quinn O'Casey, P.I., can stop the killing.
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More mystery then romance, very good.
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Interesting, fun read...a mystery but also a rather hot romance story
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Not my favorite Graham. A bit more formulaic than hers, even for romance/mystery. Steamy sex, lots of minor characters.
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this was a good story kept you quessing
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I enjoy this series. Boy, I want to take dance lessons after reading this!!!
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Private eye signs up for dance lessons to investigate the death of one of the staff.
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This was a good book by Heather Graham. I was completely blown away by the ending - totally did not see whodunit in this one!
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I am a big fan of Ms. Heather Graham, so I may be a bit biased when I plainly say that I enjoyed reading this book a lot.
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This is the prelude to Killing Kelly. Although you do not have to read it 1st. It does give you more insight into the O'Casey brothers.
Also 3rd in the soap opera series.
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Shannon McKay runs a dance studio that has been not having the best of luck as far as it clients goes, two different woman fall dead from an overdose of drugs. Are they related or two different problems with the same sad outcome? She is warned at a dance competition "she's next." Next for what though?

Quinn O'Casey as been asked by his brother to investigate the death of dance star Lara Trudeau. He has had a personal relationship with her and doesn't think that she would kill herself. Doug knows in his brother will be able to get to the bottom of it...especially when he introduces the fact that one of Quinn's last cases may have had a connection to Lara's death. Quinn reluctantly agrees and finds himself taking dance lessons with Shannon being his teacher. He is attracted to her and doesn't know if he should act on his feelings or shelve them until he can cross her off of his list of suspects. It's a race against time before a killer strikes again. Will he be able to figure out who is killing the dancers before Shannon becomes the next victim?
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I liked this book and with all the dance craze going around now with Dancing with the Stars I found it to be even more enjoyable. The book kept me guessing on "whodunit". A little spice, along with the thrill. Definitely receommend to others if you like a fast-paced, light read.
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Accomplished dancer Lara Trudeau drops dead of a heart attack brought on by a lethal combination of booze and pills. To former private investigator Quinn O\'Casey, it\'s a simple case of death by misadventure. But when his brother Doug, a Miami-Dade patrolman, asks for help, he can\'t refuse. Especially when he learns that Lara and Doug -- a student at the Moonlight Sonata dance studio where Lara occasionally taught -- were having an affair. And despite Quinn\'s lack of interest in the case and even less in dancing, experience has taught him not to count on the obvious when it comes to murder.

Going undercover as a dance student, Quinn meets studio manager Shannon Mackay, a beautiful, graceful woman who has left world-class competition to teach. He also uncovers some disturbing facts. Everyone there had a reason to hate Lara Trudeau, a woman as ruthless as she was talented. As a drama of broken hearts, shattered dreams and tangled motives unfolds, Quinn begins looking for a killer.

In a city where pleasure drugs are a fast and dangerous high, Quinn is alarmed by the growing number of deaths due to overdose, illegal substances and execution-style shootings connected to the Moonlight Sonata. Shannon, too, has begun to wonder if strange events surrounding the studio have a deeper source. She suspects she\'s being followed. Worse, she fears someone may be trying to kill her.

Shannon is about to discover the risks she is willing to take to fight for what she wants -- to dance, to compete again, to share her life with Quinn. Yet someone has another plan for her, a dangerous shadow figure make all the more deadly by wearing the face of a friend. But someone just hadn\'t counted on Quinn O\'Casey -- a man who doesn\'t give up and never backs down, especially when it comes to protecting the woman he loves.
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Keeps you guessing till the end makes you want to keep reading till the end.
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A light mystery that keeps you interested.People are dying, does the dance studio have anything to do with it?
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Good read -- keeps one guessing---a bit of romance intertwined with mystery.
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I really enjoy the way Heather Graham does mystery and romance. This one kept me guessing until the end!
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Private investigator Quinn O'casey thinks Lara Trudean's overdoes is a simple case of death by misadventure - until he goes undecover at the Moonlight Sonata dance studio and discovers that everyone who knew the accomplished dancer had good reason to want her dead. Shannon Mackay is equally suspicious of lara's death - and equally concerned as the deadline events at the studio start to multiply. But she's asked one too many questions and now fears she's being followed. Worse, someone may be trying to kill her.
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couldn't put it down!
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Thriller
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Set in South Beach, a good mystery .
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Graham keeps you guessing the whole way through.
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Loved this series!!!
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At the Moonlight Sonata Dance Studio in Miami Beach, coaching for professional competitions is available, as is recreational dance instruction. When Lara Trudeau, imperious star professional, drops dead after a performance, authorities, citing a lethal combination of pills and alcohol, deem the death accidental. But patrolman Doug O'Casey, a new dance student and Lara's most recent lover, suspects foul play, as do some associates, including the studio manager, Shannon Mackay. Doug finally persuades his brother Quinn, a private investigator, to sign up for dance lessons so he can look into the case. Meanwhile, in the vicinity of the dance studio, several seemingly unrelated murders occur. Quinn begins to fall in love with his dance instructor, Shannon, although she could be the murderer he seeks for that matter, so could his brother. When Shannon gets a cryptic message, "You're next!" she's determined to find the killer herself; her efforts put her in harm's way.
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Great mystery/suspense/romance!
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Great book, enjoyable read.
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An appartent suicide turns into a raw adventure! "Heather Graham choreographs a sexy thriller of passion and murder". A keep-you-going book!
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Great mystery
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From Publisher's Weekly: At the Moonlight Sonata Dance Studio in Miami Beach, coaching for professional competitions is available, as is recreational dance instruction. When Lara Trudeau, imperious star professional, drops dead after a performance, authorities, citing a lethal combination of pills and alcohol, deem the death accidental. But patrolman Doug O'Casey, a new dance student and Lara's most recent lover, suspects foul play, as do some associates, including the studio manager, Shannon Mackay. Doug finally persuades his brother Quinn, a private investigator, to sign up for dance lessons so he can look into the case. Meanwhile, in the vicinity of the dance studio, several seemingly unrelated murders occur. Quinn begins to fall in love with his dance instructor, Shannon, although she could be the murderer he seeks-for that matter, so could his brother. When Shannon gets a cryptic message, "You're next!" she's determined to find the killer herself; her efforts put her in harm's way.
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Good story plot. Heather Graham is a great author.
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couldn't get into it
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A good mystery. Keeps you interested.
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Very good read. Moved very quickly for me.