A Pointed Death by Kath Russell Review

In A Pointed Death by Kath Russell, Nola Billingsley is trying to recover after her dot com business. She starts back to work in the biotechnical industry. One day as she takes her shorthaired pointer, Skooch, for a walk, she comes across the dead body of her former employee, Roger Chen. Unfortunately, the last time she saw Roger was the day she fired him for embezzling funds from her company. Nola starts finding clues that lead her from her dot com business into her biotechnical business that involves Roger Chen. As she pursues her leads, she gets some help from Detective Robert Harrison, the man assigned to her embezzling case.

Can she fall in love and try to solve a case at the same time? Is she going to mess things up with Detective Harrison by trying to find out what Roger Chen was up to when he was killed. And why is there a connection between Roger Chen and the biotechnical industry?

This was a very good book. I really enjoyed Kath Russell’s writing! Kath did a great job of connecting the reader to the characters. I was glad she took the time to explain some of the biotechnical industry and what it does exactly. There is a bit of swearing and the use of the F* word and quite of a bit of sex. I would have to rate the book a 4, and I would recommend it, as long as you don’t mind the swearing and the sex. I would have to rate the book 5 stars for sex, because it is quite graphic. I hope you get the chance to enjoy A Pointed Death, by Kath Russell.

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Title: A Pointed Death

Author: Kath Russell

Format: Paperback, eBook

Page Nos.: 352

ISBN: 978-1450563093

Publisher: Createspace

Release Date: August 2010

Available for purchase: Amazon

Reviewer: Jocee

 

**I received a copy of this book from the author but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.

 

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