Something Wicked

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2013 - Fiction - 361 pages
35 Reviews
Eight months into a surrogate pregnancy for her sister, Kristina, Detective Savannah Dunbar just wants to wrap up paperwork before taking medical leave. But her department's investigation into a brutal double homicide has suddenly become much more complex - and personal. And now there are disturbing rumors about the Colony, its matriarch, and a long history of bitter secrets.

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Review: Something Wicked (Wicked #3)

User Review  - Nora Peevy - Goodreads

I haven't read the first two, but am going to pick them up. As a stand-alone, I wasn't confused and missing pieces of the plot. I could follow along with the back story. The characters weren't as in ... Read full review

Review: Something Wicked (Wicked #3)

User Review  - Heidi - Goodreads

I read this out of order and maybe that was a reason why I didn't enjoy this book but I just did not enjoy it as much. Thought the whole sexual aggression over kill and would've liked to see more imagination used. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Romance author Lisa Jackson grew up in Oregon. She graduated from Oregon State University and started working in the banking/investment industry. In the early 1980s, she stopped working in order to become a stay-at-home mom and started writing romance novels at the suggestion of her sister and fellow romance author Nancy Bush. She published her first novel, A Twist of Fate, in 1983. Her books regularly appear on the New York Times, USA Today and Publisher's Weekly bestseller lists. In April 2011 Lisa Jackson's title Devious hit the Publisher's Weekly bestseller list and in Aug 2012 her title You Don't Want to Know made The New York Times Best Seller List.

Bestselling author Nancy Bush has had an eclectic writing career. Nancy began her career in the romance genre, writing both contemporary and historical novels, but being a mystery buff, she kept trying to add suspense into the plot, as much as her editors would allow. She then became a breakdown writer for ALL MY CHILDREN.When Nancy returned to her home state of Oregon she channeled that newfound energy into writing the kind of books she's always loved: mysteries. For the last several years she's turned her attention to romantic suspense novels, writing both with her NYT Bestselling Author and sister, Lisa Jackson, and on her own. Like Lisa, she's now a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, both in her co-writing ventures and on her own merits as well.

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