Murder 101

Murder 101

Book - 2014
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While working for the Greenbury Police Department in upstate New York, Peter Decker must draw from his years of experience as a homicide cop when a break-in at the local cemetery leads him into a world of art forgery and murder that is linked to cold case crimes, international intrigue and ruthless people who kill for sport.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, c2014
ISBN: 9780062270184
Branch Call Number: FIC Kell
Characteristics: 374 pages ; 25 cm


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Oct 12, 2018

My favourite mystery author and series.. Not up to the usual high standard, though. More about an art forgery this time, which was different.. It was readable.
I did not care for the conclusion.. It did not resolve all the questions.. Seemed muddled..

Sep 28, 2016

I have been reading this series for fifteen years. How interesting to see the characters age. Delightfully spooky

Nov 18, 2015

I had enjoyed the series but found that it had become a bit stale. However, this book rekindled my interest in the series.

The setting was different. The Deckers have moved to the East Coast to be closer to family and for Decker to take a less taxing job. There were some new characters, and the mystery was intriguing. The information on art was quite educational for me too. I really enjoyed this book--had a hard time putting it down--and am looking forward to the next book in the series.

Jan 06, 2015

Great book!!

Sep 26, 2014

This book is forgettable... and dragged out. almost tossed it a couple times...
However I read it to the end ... not a Baldacci or a Patterson for sure.

karcoldelharvic5 Sep 19, 2014

one of Kellermans better Decker novels


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