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Nail Biter

Nail Biter - Sarah Graves To start with, the premise is preposterous that these two women who have no background in police or detective work, no intelligence background or anything that would suit them for this line of work would be recruited to find a missing person. Besides being woefully underqualified to do this work, the way they went about it made little sense and was very unrealistic. I found the constant home repair interludes to be horribly annoying. The characters, both the protagonists and antagonists were poorly drawn out. The twist at the end, including the antagonist's motivation was silly and not remotely believable. All in all a terrible novel.
Carl Alves - author of Two For Eternity