Book Reviews of Killing Time

Killing Time
Killing Time
Author: Leslie Kelly
ISBN-13: 9780373836154
ISBN-10: 0373836155
Publication Date: 8/2001
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The strength of this romantic mystery was the romance. The mystery itself was uneven and I thought there were too many characters to keep track of. (I'm not a fan of reality shows so that may have played a role, too.) That said, the hero/heroine were wonderful as were some of the secondary characters. Definitely will read more by this author.
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Good story - I agree with another reviewer that the strength is in the romance, not really too much mystery or even too much to the reality show part of it. They are like side stories. The main action is the romance between Mick and Caro and it is great. Love the secondary characters, especially some of the small town folk. Fun book, I definitely enjoyed it.
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Funny charming and engaging.
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I enjoy this author. This was a very good read.
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very good!
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Caroline finally reaches her goal of becoming a TV producer. The problem is that the new show is going to be filmed in her ex-lover's hometown. A hometown that now is the scene for blackmail and murder, besides the TV show. Like this new author.
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Killing time in a small town describes how bad boy Mick Winchester has been feeling about his life lately until a reality TV show by that name rolls into his hometown. And the producer is none other than Caroline Lamb Mick's college sweetheart and his one true love. But gone is the sweet Southern girl with big-city dreams. This Caroline is a Hollywood hotshot all wrapped up in a thousand-dollar power suit and killer spike heels.

Caroline isn't the barracuda she pretends to be she's just desperate to make her murder-mystery reality show a hit. And when a real corpse turns up on the set, the network bosses are ecstatic. Think of the ratings! But actual murder is way too much reality even for Caroline. Especially when getting real with Mick is all that really matters.
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Killing time in a small town describes how bad boy Mick Winchester has been feeling about his life lately until a reality TV show by that name rolls into his hometown. And the producer is none other than Caroline Lamb Mick's college sweetheart and his one true love. But gone is the sweet Southern girl with big-city dreams. This Caroline is a Hollywood hotshot all wrapped up in a thousand-dollar power suit and killer spike heels.

Caroline isn't the barracuda she pretends to be she's just desperate to make her murder-mystery reality show a hit. And when a real corpse turns up on the set, the network bosses are ecstatic. Think of the ratings! But actual murder is way too much reality even for Caroline. Especially when getting real with Mick is all that really matters.
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This is an autographed copy! Read and enjoyed only once.