"Although Carr Places All Of Her Books Primarily Into The Mystery Genre, I've Become Intrigued To See Her Take Off Into Complex, Diverse Stories That "Tip Over" Into Multi-Genre Categories That Leaves Me Wondering If There Is Anybody Out There Producing The Wealth Of Divergent And Dissimilar Areas Of Interests Into Which Carr Is Willing To Travel...And Achieve!" Reviewer: Glenda Bixler, Book Reader's Heaven
"The fast-paced story, numerous twists and turns, and well-developed characters bring an allure to a some times harsh topic. A structured plot keeps the story moving forward and readers turning pages. The best part of the story is the completely surprising ending. This book is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a good mystery that also utilizes numerous family members throughout the series, keeping the stories fresh, and the ability to get to know the characters much deeper than most novels." Reviewer: Edie Monroe Dykeman, Bellaonline.
"Lauren Carr definitely has a winner here! I have enjoyed Lauren Carr's "Mac Faraday" series for its fast pace and its usual abundance of suspects. In her new Thorny Rose series, Kill and Run steps up several levels into an exciting category all its own. It's thriller, cold case, mystery suspense, and police procedural, all rolled into one exciting novel. Set amidst the political drama that comes with Washington DC and the Pentagon, a current multiple murder becomes a search years in the past. With a young, hot lieutenant assigned to NCIS, and his beautiful new wife, you have all the makings of a bestseller. Nicely done, Ms. Carr!" - Reviewer: Merry Citarella, Mystery Suspense Reviews
"The plot was original, fresh and fast-paced in spite of the "traditional elements" employed which can normally be found in any other thriller of this genre. The USP of this story would be its unpredictability. When you think you have it all guessed up, the plot would change its course keeping you hooked. There were a lot of suspense twists and turns that kept the momentum up. Needless to say, the writing was simply perfect. One thing that writer needs to be lauded for is the humor she inculcated in the book. Minus those humorous parts, the book would have been one serious read." - Reviewer: Book and Ink
"The plot was well thought out and there were no loose ends at the end. The story was fast paced to keep my attention easily. The book is a treat to a reader who loves a mix of genres in their reads. It has the right amount of romance, mystery, action and thrill to keep me satisfied from the start to the end." - Reviewer: The Travelogue of a Book Addict
Five women with seemingly nothing in common are found brutally murdered in a townhome outside Washington, DC. Among the many questions surrounding the massacre is what had brought these apparent strangers together only to be killed.
Taking on his first official murder case, Lieutenant Murphy Thornton, USN, believes that if he can uncover the thread connecting the victims, then he can find their murderer.
Before long, the case takes an unexpected turn when Murphy discovers that one of the victims has a connection to his stepmother, Homicide Detective Cameron Gates. One wintry night, over a dozen years before, her first husband, a Pennsylvania State trooper, had been run down while working a night shift on the turnpike.
In this first installment of the Thorny Rose Mysteries, the Lovers in Crime join newlyweds Lieutenant Murphy Thornton and Jessica Faraday to sift through a web of lies and cover-ups. Together, can the detectives of the Thorny Rose uncover the truth without falling victim to a cunning killer?
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