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Acts of Malice begins with a jolt: the manager of one of the area's largest ski resorts is charged with the murder of his brother, and hires Nina to defend him. But this will not be an easy case for Nina since the prosecutor, Collier Hallowell, is the man who shook up her life so violently by walking out on her a year before. Also, Nina and her immediate circle find themselves in danger from the very client that they are defending.
I admit: this is a fast reading novel, exciting and full of suspense. And I enjoyed reading it. But there is a major flaw: its psychology. Read morePublished on May 25 2004 by Peter Werner
It is hard to believe anyone would publish such poorly written works. The characters are one-dimensional cliches, the plot thin and predictable. A total waste of money.Published on Dec 30 2003
This is the first book I've read in this series. It grabbed me good at the beginning with the crime/legal story line, but became so contrived and simplistic with the... Read morePublished on Dec 1 2002
Well written, a quick read. The court drama and mystery of her client keeps you, but what is truly unforgettable is the story with Nina & Colin, a must read.Published on Aug. 18 2002 by "oceanmarina"
Easy to follow, good whodunnit book - the romance is a little over the edge but great paperback for the beach!Published on July 7 2002
This book was fantastic--I could not put it down--Great authors--They really keep you on your toes. Best book I have read in years. Now I want to get thier other books. Read morePublished on March 6 2002
In Acts Of Malice, the fifth novel by Perri O'Shaughnessy, Nina Reilly takes on Jim Strong's case. Jim and his brother Alex were skiing when Alex had an accident that left him... Read morePublished on April 29 2001 by Dana
The O'Shaughnessy twins are famous for their surprise endings, but to say that this book was full of surprises would be a gross understatement. Read morePublished on March 2 2001 by B. Query