Monday, November 26, 2012

Review: The Dead Man's Wife by Solomon Jones

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The Dead Man's Wife by Solomon Jones. A Mike Colletti Mystery.

Review summary: This is a spirited, vibrant mystery that has a an interesting, diverse cast of characters and a strongly developed primary plotline that intersects with equally compelling subplots. (Click here for text of full review.)

Our rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Dead Man's Wife Solomon Jones

The Dead Man's Wife
Solomon Jones
A Mike Colletti Mystery
Minotaur Books (October 2012)

Publisher synopsis: She's a cop-turned defense lawyer. Her husband is a research scientist. She lives in a half-million-dollar home. Yet on this night, Andrea Wilson — a woman who seemingly has everything — awakens to a living nightmare. Her husband Paul is dead, she's covered in his blood, and the police are banging on her door. Andrea doesn't remember what happened, but she knows how it looks. With just a split second to make a choice, Andrea decides to run, and in doing so, risks everything in an attempt to clear her name.

Enter Detective Mike Coletti. He and Andrea shared a relationship once. Now all they share is the chase. As Andrea races to prove her innocence and Coletti struggles to track her down, they each uncover clues about the mystery of Paul's death. Along the way, Andrea uncovers the biggest mystery of all: Is her husband actually still alive?

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