Review of ‘Deadly Fun’

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Lolita is a beautiful, sexy undercover operative working for an organization with nebulous ties to the FBI. She has something of a shady past, but she always gets her man. When she must go on a cruise to the Bahamas with her boss Dan to check up on a mob enforcer with a violent streak, she finds herself face to face with seemingly insurmountable obstacles – physical and emotional.

P.M. Richter’s Deadly Fun is a rip-roaring, edge-of-the-seat mystery with crisp dialogue, credible descriptions that make you believe you’re right there in the middle of the action, and enough twists to keep you guessing. Non-stop action keeps you turning paging, salivating for more. I read a free review copy of Deadly Fun, and found that it fit my notion of what a good mystery should be – except for one small quibble; the often abrupt changes from Lolita’s to Dan’s point of view were a bit distracting in the early chapters. By the time I was midway through the book, though, I’d come to expect them, so they were a bit less distracting. A minor complaint about what is on balance a really good read.

2 thoughts on “Review of ‘Deadly Fun’

    kyangel17 said:
    March 3, 2014 at 3:34 pm

    Charlie, I’m going to go broke after buying all of these books. And since I can’t get out to the library, I’ll have to order them for my Kindle or the Nook. Probably the Kindle, since the Nook is about to burn up on me. It’s not a very good e-reader. Easy to use, but not made well.


      charlieray45 responded:
      March 3, 2014 at 3:56 pm

      You know you can get free Kindle and Nook reading apps for your PC or Mac. Just go to Amazon or Barnes and Noble and download.


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