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Thursday, October 27, 2016
Review of "The Radio Murders"
The detective story plays second fiddle to the lesbian sex in this novel, but don't let that keep you from reading this scintillating narrative. Someone is killing guys listening to deejay, Jasmine James, the Love Songs host on KLOV radio. Detective Nick Winston and his partner, Pat Strom of the Seattle Police Department are called in to investigate. Suddenly, James is missing and Winston is in a heated rush to find her. When James is pulled safe from an underground coffin and her kidnapper is locked away in jail, another murder takes place. As the search for the killer continues, James goes missing again much to Winston's chagrin. There are no subtle nuances here, just smack in your face anticipation and pleasure. 5 Stars