Book Reviews of The Mensa Murders (Deb Ralston, Bk 7)

The Mensa Murders (Deb Ralston, Bk 7)
The Mensa Murders - Deb Ralston, Bk 7
Author: Lee Martin
ISBN-13: 9780373261154
ISBN-10: 0373261152
Publication Date: 3/1993
Pages: 250
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
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A quick read and somewhat unexpected ending. I like the first-person style, so we can see into the mind of the character. Some of the things the story says about Mensa are even accurate.
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Deb Ralston mysteries have never been so GOOD
page turner all the way~
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Love this book and the entire Deb Ralston series. Highly recommended.
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Three women are murdered--in identical and very unusual ways...With no trail to follow...Fort Worth Detective Deb Ralston looks beyond the scrubbed floors to discover the victims were all members of Mensa. Deb quickly discovers that the group's members are not as sane as they are smart. (back cover)
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I read this b/c it was about Fort Worth, where I used to live. Pretty cool to read about spots I know.
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Fort Worth police detective Deb Ralston returns to solve a string of murders in this lively procedural. The first fatality, Jane Stevenson, is assumed to have been a victim of her obesity and heart problems, but Deb shows otherwise. Examining the strangled woman's past for possible motives, Deb learns that Jane, a seeming nonentity, had been a member of the Mensa society for people with very high IQs. Believing the killer might murder again, Deb tries to warn other female Mensa members who are living alone. Unfortunately for Corie Meeks, she is too late. In searching Corie's home, Deb finds a photograph of psychiatrist Bradley Graves, who had also known Jane. Corie's infatuation with the handsome doctor raises troubling questions; then the murder of still a third woman, another Mensa member, suggests the murderer may be focusing on the victims' clothing, not their minds. As often happens in actual police work, the real tension does not build up until the grisly denouement, yet Martin's ( Death Warmed Over ) knowledge of police procedure makes this a satisfying, diverting read.
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One of the police detective, Deb Ralston series