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No Good Deed Left Undone by Ginny Fite was a good book. This is the type of book that I could read all day every day because they are always so interesting to me. I read this book in about twenty-four hours which shows that I really must have loved what I was reading. I found that this book was slightly predictable, but I still enjoyed the story and the characters in this book. This is the second book in the series, and I was able to figure out what was going on, but if I were going to read this book again, I would start at the beginning of the series. At first, I had a hard time figuring out who the characters were and how they all tied in together. If you want to read the whole series then I would start with the first book and read them in order. This was a very typical mystery book, and I found that I was able to figure out what was going to happen before it happened. If you love mystery type books than I know, you will love this book as much as I did.
About The Book
“He had an itchy feeling, something he had seen that his memory had recorded but that he wasn’t paying attention to…”
When a man has everything, he can afford to be generous. Lawyer, philanderer, and horseman Grant Wodehouse is generous to a fault—until he’s stabbed to death with a pitchfork in his barn. The killer could be anyone—his lover’s husband, his troubled son, the homeless guy he lets sleep in his barn, his unscrupulous partner or even his wife.
Methodical Detective Sam Lagarde doesn’t miss a clue as he questions an ever-growing list of suspects, only to discover the killer has been hiding in plain sight the entire time. Always one step behind the killer, finally Lagarde’s only recourse is one he never wanted to take.
About The Author
Ginny Fite is an award-winning journalist who has covered crime, politics, government, healthcare, art and all things human. She’s been a spokesperson for a governor and a member of Congress, a few colleges and universities, and a robotics R&D company. She earned degrees from Rutgers University and Johns Hopkins University and studied at the School for Women Healers and the Maryland Poetry Therapy Institute. No Good Deed, published by Black Opal Books in 2015, is her second Sam Lagarde mystery/thriller set in Charles Town, West Virginia.