Book Reviews of Scent of a Killer

Scent of a Killer
Scent of a Killer
Author: Christiane Heggan
ISBN-13: 9780778320050
ISBN-10: 0778320057
Publication Date: 1/1/2004
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 65 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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This is the first book of Ms. Heggan's I have read. I was hooked into her descriptions, the marvelous fleshing out of her characters, and the twists and turns that a good novel like this will inevitably take you.
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quick easy read with interesting storyline and very likable characters.
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"Manhattan photographer Jenna Myerson is attending her first exhibit when her ex-husband suddenly shows up claiming to need her help. A corporate attorney, Adam Lear suspects a high-profile rival company of having ties to a deadly group of international criminals -- and Jenna may have the photographs to prove it. Before she can agree to give them to him, Adam is found murdered in Central Park."

Keeps you interested til the very end!
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She uncovered a deadly conspiracy. Now she's on the run...and trying to stay alive.
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Leaves you wanting more. A wonderful and suspenseful read. Heggan leaves an opening for either a continuation or for a book to be developed with one of the character.
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good mystery
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From the back cover:

Manhattan photographer Jenna Meyerson is attending her first exhibit when her ex-husband suddenly show up, claiming to need her help. A corporate attorney, Adam Lear suspects a high-profile rival company of having ties to a deadly group of international criminals-and Jenna may have the photographs to prove it.

Before she can agree to give them to him, Adam is found murdered in Central Park. With the police convinced the attorney's death was a random act of violence, Jenna seeks the help of Adam's former best friend, private investigator Frank Renaldi. When an attempt on Jenna's life sends her into hiding, Frank's only hope of keeping her alive is to stay one step ahead of a killer who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
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A very good mystery read.
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Enjoyable read! flows very smoothly all the way through without foul language, over-long sexual encounters(which this one as none), and no page after page of unnecessary descriptions, one very good story that keeps you going until you realize you've finished it quickly
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Manhattan photographer Jenna Mayerson is attending her fist exhibit when her ex-husband suddenly shows up, claiming to need her help. A corporate attorney, Adam Lear suspects a high-profile rival company of having ties to a deadly group of international criminals - and Jenna may have the photographs to prove it.

Before she can agree to give them to him, Adam is found murdered in Central Park. With the police convinced the attorney's death was a random act of violence, Jenna seeks the help of Adam's former best friend, private investigator Frank Renaldi. When an attempt on Jenna's life sends her into hiding, Frank's only hope of keeping her alive is to stay one step ahead of a killer who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.