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Written Off by E.J. Copperman – Review

23 Aug

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Goodreads Summary:  Rachel Goldman writes mysteries in which Duffy Madison, consultant to the county prosecutor’s office, helps find missing persons. Rachel is busy finishing up her next book, when a man calls out of the blue asking for help in a missing persons case. The caller’s name? Duffy Madison.

Is this real or has she lost her mind? She doesn’t have much time to find out because a serial killer is on the loose, kidnapping and murdering mystery authors. And Rachel may just be the next target.

FTC Disclosure: I received a free e-copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

My thoughts:  This is the first book in the new Mysterious Detective Mysteries. I love it when I discover a new series. I hate it when I discover it just as it’s beginning and I have to wait for the next installment to be written and published. I loved this book and waiting for the next installment is going to be hard. It has a sort of Remington Steele/Murder She wrote feel to it. Duffy of course is Remington and Rachel is a young Jessica Fletcher. This was a very engaging read with all sorts of twists and turns to keep the reading guessing. I’m really looking forward to reading more about Duffy and Rachel.

If you are looking for an interesting new series with a different twist, I highly recommend this book.

E.J. Copperman is the author of several interesting mystery series. Check out his website here to learn more about them.

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