Skate Crime

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Penguin, 2007 - Fiction - 217 pages
5 Reviews
From the New York Times bestselling author of Oakdale Confidential.

Bex Levy is shooting footage of veteran coach and skater Lucian Price for a tribute piece when he takes a bad fall-and dies. It seems to just be a tragic accident, until Bex discovers that his skates had been tampered with.
  

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Review: Skate Crime (A Figure Skating Mystery #5)

User Review  - Heather G Gentle - Goodreads

A friend was nice enough to pick this one up for me because of my ice-skating obsession:) It was a good Sunday afternoon mystery read and the author didn't take it too seriously so that made it just kitschy and fun.. Read full review

Review: Skate Crime (A Figure Skating Mystery #5)

User Review  - Chris Curtis - Goodreads

This series got a lot better as it went along but I never warmed to the main character. This book was about the murder of a male skating coach in his 60s. You would never know it from the picture of young female legs in white female skates on the cover. Read full review

Contents

One
9
Two
19
Three
33
Four
46
Five
58
Six
68
Seven
79
Eight
90
Eleven
126
Twelve
137
Thirteen
147
Fourteen
159
Fifteen
171
Sixteen
180
Seventeen
191
Eighteen
200

Nine
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Ten
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About the author (2007)

Alina Adams has worked as a figure skating researcher for ABC Sports, ESPN, and TNT's coverage of the 1998 Olympics. She was also a writer for NBC's "StarSkates" series and a Contributing Editor to "International Figure Skating Magazine." Adams is Creative Content Producer for As The World Turns and Guiding Light.

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