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Sunday, July 10, 2011

[Review] The Craigslist Murders by Brenda Cullerton

The Craigslist MurdersThe Craigslist Murders by Brenda Cullerton
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I received a free digital copy through Net Galley.

"Charlotte had been getting away with murder for years." That's the opening line of this book, and it successfully drew me in. Then I met Charlotte: a woman just as shallow and whiny as the women she loathes! I wanted to like this one; I really did. But that just didn't happen. I was expecting a fun read with some dark humor, but all I got was a self-absorbed, interior decorator irritating the heck out of me for 200+ pages. Even after her "breakthrough" with her therapist, I just could not bring myself to care about Charlotte or her terrible past. I can't honestly recommend this book, but I'm sure someone out there may enjoy it more than I did.

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