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Bicycle Shop Murder

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Published: 4 years ago

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Author: Robert Burton Robinson

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Greg Tenorly lives a quiet and lonely life in a small East Texas town, until he is selected as a juror for a murder trial. A beautiful, mysterious redhead befriends him, and seems to have a romantic interest. But is she merely using him to influence the outcome of the trial? By the end of the first week, three people connected with the case are dead, and Greg is beginning to fear for his own life. Download this FREE e-Book today!

Maureen Hughes

thoroughly enjoyed this book


Claer Korte

Found the book most enjoyable and well written


Robyn

thoroughly enjoyed the story it kept me reading


John Spencer

Very good story, flows well to a satisfying conclusion.


Wendy

Really enjoyed this book


Lynn MacDonald

very easy and enjoyable read


Jeanette Reischman

It was difficult to follow sometimes the story is told as first person and other times more like a person telling a story. At times i felt as tho i walked into a room in the middle of a conversation. To be fair this is my first experience reading ebooks. There were some formatting issues. I was reading online. I would try this author again in another mode of reading.


Jane Chappell

Excellent easy murder mystery read. Hard not to finish quickly. Make me want to read his other books


Kathleen Thorpe

I found this book exciting and enthralling.


Kathleen Thorpe

I still have about a quarter of this book to read, but I still don't know what is going to happen. It is full of suspense and I'm really enjoying it. The TXT version also has words running into each other, but once you get used to that it stops becoming a problem. Will definitely recommend it and will look for more books by this writer.


Jim Dahl

not bad but fairly predictable...all the wordsrunning into each other in html format was hard to read.


edmswiz

Very interesting murder mystery. Easy to figure out what is going tohappen but easy to like the characters and the interaction.


Ann-Mari

WOW!! What suspense up to the last page!! GREAT story!!


Christopher Yoczik

You will like this book if you like Grisham Novels.


DAVID DUNN

Excellent book. Keeps you interested.


Siona Gomes

It was a good and interesting read.Almost felt like watching a movie.


jajuanna satcher

this book had me on edge all the way to the end


VickiAleyanis

I enjoyed this book


jade hume

Excellent read, finished it in one day!


Elizabeth G

A bit far fetched but I enjoyed it


Robert Prestigomo

good book, very entertaining.


Mitzi Chan Teng

nice and short read. very entertaining.


daleluver

This was a great book and I will definately be reading more of this suthor!


Lynne Clinkert

Interesting read. good characterization


Flavio

Great book. Interesting thriller.


avidreader

This is a well written read. A good plot and interesting characters.


michelle

i enjoyed this book


john

A great roller coaster tale. Keeps you wanting to turn over the page.J. Needs


sherryseamstress

very good for a first book


shadow754

Sorry, but I could not get into this book at all, maybe I should have stuck with it, but I gave up. I found it really slow, and bitty, not my type of book.


Natalie

Easy fast read. Not predictable. Nice little twists here and there.


alice

Good book. the plot was a bit basic but was entertaining throughout. characters were good.


Anonymous

Very well written -- a real relief compared to other books I've attempted to read on this website. Engaging plot. I enjoyed it.


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