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Nancy Grace’s Death on the D-List

This is my first time reading a Nancy Grace mystery. “Death on the D-List” is the second in the Hailey Dean Mystery series for this author.

Grace appears to have a lot of experience that she uses in developing her characters and plots. She has been a victim of violent crime and was a prosecutor in Atlanta where she had a perfect record of 100 felony convictions, just like her heroine, Hailey. Grace then moved on to Court TV and now has her own show, “Swift Justice with Nancy Grace.”

With the Hailey Dean series she is proving that she can write as well as prosecute and appear on TV. The dialogue is snappy and hard boiled. Grace spends a lot of time in psychological character development, particularly for the psychotic killers that inhabit her stories. We also get a taste of the phoniness of the show-biz lifestyle that gets 3 starlets killed, a lifestyle Hailey Dean would just as soon avoid. Can she avoid being targeted herself?

This is a psychological thriller with a New York City and Hamptons setting.

Liz Nichols

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