When Death Comes Stealing - Valerie Wilson Wesley Reviews
Description:ISBN 038072491X / Author: Valerie Wilson Wesley / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Publisher: Avon Books
Newest Review: ... of violence'. So far, so unoriginal. Female P.I.s have been around for over thirty years; to make a new one stand out and a ... more
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by - written on 28/02/08, updated on 28/02/08 (Very useful, 116 readings)
DeWayne Curtis was married four times and has a son from each wife and one out of a relationship before his first marriage. When his second son dies, presumably of a crack overdose, exactly one year after the first was shot accidentally, he's afraid someone may be out for him, killing off his sons to take revenge on him. He begs his fourth ex-wife, Tamara Hayle, to help him who, although she hates his guts, agrees to look into the matter, mainly because her son, their son, may also be on the list - if there is one. This is the plot in a nutshell. Tamara is an ex-cop turned P.I. dealing usually with unfaithful spouses and minor offenders which doesn't make her ... Read the complete review
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