Anticipation (Toni Barston, #1)


Anticipation (Toni Barston, #1) Attorney Toni Barston Has Been Assigned To Prosecute A Serial Killer One Who Has Already Confessed To The Crimes And Agreed To Plead Guilty In Exchange For Life Without Parole But Then A Mistake At The City Jail Allows The Killer To Walk Free, And Soon The Killing Of Prominent Women In The Community Begins Again.After The Brutal Murder Of Someone Closely Involved In The Case, Toni S Supervisor Assigns A New Female Investigator From Their Office To Protect Her.Soon Both Women Are Struggling To Remain Professional As The Search For The Killer Intensifies Will The Killer Be Caught Before Toni Becomes His Next Target

Anticipation (Toni Barston, #1)

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10 thoughts on “Anticipation (Toni Barston, #1)

  1. Morgan says:

    Wow, this was an awful book Incredibly juvenile characters, and a plot that desperately and poorly rips off Agatha Christie A waste of space on my kindle.

  2. Megan says:

    The longer I spend on studying the Lesbian Mystery genre, theI wish I had known earlier which, of course, is impossible and is the very reason we begin our studies in the first place But if I could do it over again, I would make a note next to each title as whether the book involves a serial killer And next to the serial killer I would make a note as to whether he or, less likely, she was a religious, homophobic, voice hearing, pill popping, and misogynistic psychopath but secretly, o The longer I spend on studying the Lesbian Mystery genre, theI wish I had known earlier which, of course, is impossible and is the very reason we begin our studies in the first place But if I could do it over again, I would make a note next to each title as whether the book involves a serial killer And next to the serial killer I would make a note as to whether he or, less likely, she was a religious, homophobic, voice hearing, pill popping, and misogynistic psychopath but secretly, of course, so that none of his everyday friends would suspect And I ll admit I would tend to stay away from these.But after all, many Agatha Christie novels are about serial killers, right although they didn t call them that back then It was Miss Marple had to catch the killer before he killed again, but in most cases he did kill ag...

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