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Two Parts Bloody Murder: Abbott and Lowell Forensic Mysteries Book Four: Volume 4 Paperback – 21 Apr 2018
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About the Author
A scientist specializing in infectious diseases, JEN J. DANNA works as part of a dynamic research group at a cutting-edge Canadian university. However, her true passion lies in indulging her love of the mysterious through her writing. Together with her partner ANN VANDERLAAN, a retired research scientist herself, they craft suspenseful crime fiction with a realistic scientific edge. Their previous Abbott and Lowell Forensic Mysteries include DEAD, WITHOUT A STONE TO TELL IT; NO ONE SEES ME ’TILL I FALL; A FLAME IN THE WIND OF DEATH; and TWO PARTS BLOODY MURDER. As Sara Driscoll, they also write the FBI K-9s series, including LONE WOLF and BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE. The third book in the series, STORM RISING, will release in fall 2018. Ann lives near Murphy, North Carolina with five rescued pit bulls. Jen lives near Toronto, Ontario, with her husband, two daughters, and four rescued cats. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her website at http://www.jenjdanna.com.
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A wonderful mixture of historical information, a well-written plotline, forensics and romance. I like the way each chapter starts with a historical fact and how the authors describe the forensics in layperson's terms.
I look forward to the next book.