Read Dead Certain Online Free - Ella Broden is living a double life.
By day, Ella works as a buttoned-up attorney on some of the city’s most grueling cases. By night, she pursues her passion for singing in the darkest clubs of Manhattan.
No one knows her secret, not even Charlotte, the younger sister she practically raised. But it seems she’s not the only one in the family with something to hide. When Charlotte announces she’s sold her first novel, Ella couldn’t be more thrilled…until she gets a call that her sister’s gone missing.
Ella starts investigating with the help of Detective Gabriel Velasquez, an old flame in the NYPD, and what she finds is shocking. If art imitates life, then her sister’s novel may contain details of her real-life affairs. And any one of her lovers could be involved in her disappearance.
Desperate to bring Charlotte home, Ella works through her list of suspects, matching fictitious characters with flesh-and-blood men. But will it be too late to save the sister she only thought she knew?
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May 10, 2017
Different and pornographic.
There is a book inside the book, to solve the mystery. This kind of writing was different, that was the reason gave four stars. Two sisters, suppose to be very close but both keep secrets from each other. Main characters in this story lives double life's. Don't like mai...
May 10, 2017
I obtained this book as a Kindle First choice for May 2017. It was very good, I would say 3.5 if we could give half points. The writing style is straightforward, not flowery or highly descriptive, and appropriate. Recommended if you like a quick read, and the story\action moves along quickly. My...
June 11, 2017
I don't recall reading a book that started off so intriguing and then completely fell apart almost three-quarters of the way in. From characters that behaved unrealistically (the killer's motivation? Come on!) to needless, and very tedious, verbatim repetition of the same scenes over and over aga...
May 05, 2017
Ugh! This book had such promise for a good popcorn popping thriller; great characters and an interesting murder. Then it went all predictable:-(. Worse still when giving one characters point of view interactions were actually repeated verbatim. I give this book 2.5 stars
March 11, 2017
** Review is based on an Advance Review Copy (ARC) / Details and specifics may change once book is actually published June 2017 **
I am up to date. Ahead of schedule, actually. I have now read all five novels by Adam Mitzner, and it has been an awesome adventure.
DEAD CERTAIN, much like THE GIRL FR...
May 18, 2017
Facile silly book
There is little intrigue coupled with horrendous amounts of useless repetition. It is astonishing that such a book gets published with little more to recommend it other than gratuitous sex and violence, all tied up in a neat little bow. What a waste of time!
May 26, 2017
I picked up Dead Certain by Adam Mizner, partially because of some of the pearl-clutching negative reviews on Amazon about how pornographic it is, how the writing was terrible, and how it was contrived and confusing. Since I’m a writer, I like to read across the spectrum to get an idea of what wo...
June 30, 2017
Ella Broden works for her father’s law firm. They are well known criminal defense attorneys. Ella’s sister, Charlotte, is a graduate student in creative writing. She tells Ella that her book from class has just been accepted by a publisher. She gives Ella a copy of the manuscript to read. Charlot...
May 25, 2017
This book had so much potential. The beginning was really intriguing, I liked the main character, and i loved the idea of the story within the story. All the two stars go to this part of the book.
It all went downhill after the halfway point, when the author introduced a new point of view and rep...
May 19, 2017
It's Dead Certain This Book's Average Rating Has Been Over-Inflated
I actually started to write a review of this book a week/2 weeks ago after reading it for free as a Kindle First -a 2-star rating with a long-drawn out critique about the superficial depictions of characters, the implausible coinc...