Beg To Die - Beverley Barton Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Beverly Barton / Paperback / Publication Date: 2010 / Publisher: Avon Books
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Cherokee Point in Tennessee has seen murder before, but nothing quite as gruesome as that which has claimed the life of playboy Jamie Upton. Indeed so much hatred for Jamie appears to have been involved in this murder, that the authorities are sure it must have been someone he knew who has killed him. Jazzy Talbot, Jamie's former girlfriend, finds to her surprise that she is the number one suspect in the hunt for the killer. She knows she didn't kill Jamie but it doesn't help that she has publicly stated she would kill him prior to his death. Jazzy finds herself running scared as she discovers that she is being stalked and fears for her life as the killer ... Read the complete review
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