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Play Dead: Summary and book reviews of Play Dead by David Rosenfelt
Rosenfelt's style is light and witty, putting the reader at ease with a promise of an entertaining plot with minimal bloodshed. It's shoo-in for animal lovers and those who like their legal thrillers on the cozy side. (Reviewed by BookBrowse Review Team).
Full Review (839 words).
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