When TV reporter Riley Spartz receives a package of rotting human teeth in the mail at work one day, she's quickly embroiled in a homicide investigation that spirals into one of the odder cases the Minneapolis police force have ever seen. Though they try to keep certain grisly details quiet, this murder has a strange twist - it seems that the criminal wants his crimes publicized. Riley's investigation takes her inside a lucrative identity theft ring that links criminals from all walks of life. But as the stakes continue to rise, Riley finds herself face-to-face with a murderer who's willing to risk it all for a killer story, and has lured her into a fatal trap.
©2014 Julie Kramer (P)2014 Dreamscape Media, LLC
Julie Kramer is back with another exciting book featuring Riley Spartz. Delivery Death is full of suspense and danger with realistic characters and a well developed fast paced plot. The only thing bad about this book is that I have finished it and I have to wait another year for the next book. This is a great series.
I read alot of books in the "mystery" category. I've read several of Julie Kramer's earlier books. Throughout this book there were plot twists that I did not aniticipate. That pleased me.
Main character Riley Spartz is an investigative reporter for a local TV station. Julie Kramer was an investigative reported at a local television station in my area - she knows what she's writing about.
The pace of the story is quick, and there are plenty of twists and turns. The book is entertaining - a "good listen". I won't mention specific plot points - they could be "spoilers".
Narrator Bernadette Dunne is very good. Her voice adds to the story without being distracting.
I have listened to all of Julie Kramer's books available in audio.
This is my third or fourth by Bernadette Dunne.
I enjoy all of Julie Kramer's books. If she doesn't come out with another book soon I will start listening for the second time starting with Book # 1.
Yes, I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a fun murder mystery. After meeting Julie this summer, I thought this would be a fun book for my book club to read. And it was!
I cannot really compare as I don't normally read murder mysteries. This was a first for me.
Ha! How can I write it without spoilers... let's see... there's a scene with a body trap. That's all I will say.
Extreme -- there is something that happens that is absolutely NOT what I expected in a thousand years! I had to stop and say to myself, 'Oh NO!' I did not cry, but plenty of humor throughout.
Julie was so kind to offer to skype with our book club about this book and it was a really fun evening. Thank you, Julie! Our most fun book club ever!
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