A Reason to Kill

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Severn House Publishers, Limited, Mar 1, 2008 - Fiction - 202 pages
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CRIME & MYSTERY FICTION. After a successful acting career, culminating in the role of Lydia Marchant, in the series "Lydia Marchant Investigates", Rina Martin is retired. Absolutely retired, isn't she?DI Sebastian McGregor, Mac, is looking for a quiet place to recover his nerve after an investigation went terribly wrong and a child died.Young George Parker and his mother and sister are on the run from a violent past. Like Mac and Rina, he thinks he has found a sanctuary in the sleepy seaside town of Frantham but then an old lady is murdered and peace, for all three, is proven to be an illusion.One violent act leads to another and soon there is another death, just as brutal but the question is, was this one actually deserved?Mac is forced to recognise that there may be many reasons to kill as he and Rina and George are drawn forcibly into the maelstrom.

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Review: A Reason To Kill (Rina Martin #1)

User Review  - Robin - Goodreads

Looking for a new book and really enjoyed this until the last two pages. I was so disappointed with the way this ended that I am reluctant to read another in this series. I probably will but am having a hard time getting over the ending. Clearly I need to move on. Read full review

Review: A Reason To Kill (Rina Martin #1)

User Review  - Vicki Gooding - Goodreads

Three Cheers for Jane A. Adams. This was the first book I read that she's written and it just happened to be the first book of a Rina Martin Series. The new and better Ms Marple with a menagerie of ... Read full review

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