Love You to Death

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Orca Book Publishers, 2010 - Fiction - 124 pages
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Charlie D is the host of a successful late-night radio call-in show. His listeners have a particularly intimate relationship with him and often reveal much about themselves, confident that he will honor their trust and that he can save them. In their minds, he is perfect: one of life's winners. But Charlie feels he's something of a fake. His easy confidence on-air belies the reality for a man born with a wine-colored birthmark that covers half his face.

"Love You to Death" covers one hour on "The World According to Charlie D"--an hour during which he must both discover the long-time listener who is killing the people who trust him and attempt to come to terms with the man behind the birthmark.

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Review: Love You to Death (Rapid Reads: Charlie D #1)

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The DeM and premise were solid if unspectacular, and the writing was decent. Read full review

Review: Love You to Death (Rapid Reads: Charlie D #1)

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Such a fun book to read! It took me about an hour and a half to complete it. At first, I thought "if I'm lucky, there will be a good ending and that's all." But I honestly never expected an ending ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Gail Bowen's bestselling mystery series featuring Joanne Kilbourn will number an even dozen titles with the publication of "The Nesting Dolls" in August 2010. The first six books in the series have appeared as made-for-television movies with world-wide distribution. Winner of both the Arthur Ellis Best Novel Award and the Derrick Murdoch Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Crime Writers of Canada, in 2008 Bowen was named "Canada's Best Mystery Novelist" by "Reader's Digest". She was selected as one of "The 100 Most Popular Contemporary Mystery Authors" for an upcoming Library Unlimited reference book.

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