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Deadly Affairs Mass Market Paperback – Apr 15 2002

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 325 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (April 15 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312982623
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312982621
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.5 x 17.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,012,986 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Joyce excels to creating twists and turns in her character's personal lives."--Publishers Weekly

About the Author

Brenda Joyce is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than two dozen novels. She lives in southern Arizona with her significant other, her son, and her dogs, Arabian horses, and cat.

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By A Customer on April 17 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Well, yesterday I managed to get DA. I was so excited, Anyways, I just finished it a few minutes ago, and I loved this newest edition. I mean the characters are just so lively and real to me, and I love them so much.
I especially like how the characters have developed thus far. They have truly evolved from DL. Not to say that I didn't love them in DL, but I love them even more now after DA. Especially Francesca. I must say I adore her character. She's come a long way from DL, where I thought she was a shy-ish now where she can take control and make the first move.
I know that there was no especially steamy scene in DA, but for me atleast, all the sexual tension, passionate kisses, and wonderful dialogue made up for that, and I just can't wait till Deadly Desire.
DL got me hooked on BJ's novels, and i'm just obsessed with this series. I know that each Deadly book gets better than the last and I hope this series will continue to be a long and successful one, I just don't know if I can wait that long to find what happens with all the characters!!
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The events that are chronicled in "Deadly Affairs" takes place a couple of days after "Deadly Pleasure," and that is a shame -- that Brenda Joyce structured the novels in such a way so that the mysteries occur one on the heels of the other, because this does not allow for the Francesca Cahill's character (the heroine of this series) to mature or grow. Indeed, Miss Cahill remains the same clueless and impulsive young woman that we have all become quite familiar with ("Deadly Pleasure" & "Deadly Love"). This time however, the mystery in "Deadly Affairs" is more interesting; unfortunately however, Ms Joyce does not go very much into the 'whodunit' aspect of the novel. Instead, we're again treated to Francesca's obsession (there is no other word for it) for Rick Bragg (the new Police Commissioner of New York City), and her elder sister's (Lady Connie Montrose) decision to make her husband suffer for having had an affair.
Francesca's career as a detective is finally taking off -- she has been hired by Mrs. Lincoln Stuart to confirm her fears that he is having an affair. And in spite of the fact that Francesca has promised her parents (and Bragg) to give up investigating, Francesca takes on this case, believing that there can be little danger in so mundane a case. Unfortunately, she stumbles over the dead body of a young woman who has been brutally and ritualistically murdered. The murdered woman turns out to be friend of a seamstress she has dealings with, Maggie Kennedy, who begs Francesca to investigate her friend's death. Of course Francesca cannot deny Maggie. And soon, Francesca with an unwilling Bragg in tow, discovers that this current murder has an echo in a murder that took place months ago. Coincidence, or could it be that there is a serial killer on the loose?
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Well well, this book turns out to be much better than Deadly Pleasure, the 2nd book to this 4-book series. As usual, there's lots of sleuthing around, and lots of tug of war between Francesca and Bragg. And we see the same people being developed here.
In the romance aspects, much more is formed in this book as compared to Deadly Pleasure, as readers can expect actual development and more understanding of the relationship between the hero and heroine of the book.
The mystery aspect is also more thrilling as compared to Deadly Pleasures because you really don't know what to expect. However, the weakness in this mystery is it concentrated a lot on two other suspects, Carter and O'Donnell, in the beginning but later in the novel, the two are almost completely dropped off the face of this earth that attention is no longer on them, which I thought wasn't good as this diverted the reader's attention to the real suspect.
For characters, although Connie and Neil were not very much mentioned, those sections that do tell a lot more about their relationship, how they feel, and where they are heading towards. We also see some interesting development in Hart that was quite a twist, I thought.
Overall, I think this book is a good read, but of course, Deadly Pleasures would have to be endured to fully understand and appreciate Deadly Affairs. The characters and story plot are much better revealed, as it better be since it's 3/4 to the end.
I look forward to reading the last book, Deadly Desire, to see what happens between Francesca, Bragg, Evan, Sarah, Connie, Neil and of course, Hart.
P/S btw, on page 234, the one that wanted to go skiing should be Francesca, not Sarah.
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Brenda Joyce delivers an exciting, plot twisting addition to her Francesca Cahill Series. A rich young woman living in turn-of-the-century New York Francesca could be content with high society---balls, dresses and men. Instead she squeezes in the occasional society happening with her new career as an amateur sleuth, family problems, and college classes.
In Deadly Affairs Francesca's sleuthing hits home in more ways than one as her hoodlum/sleuthing assistant's mother becomes a target. Working again with the City's Police Commissioner Rick Bragg, Francesca's stalks the killers.
In this third installment, Francesca's personal life is more developed. The reader finds that Calder Hart, Bragg's entreupreneur and estranged half-brother, desires at least friendship with Francesca. Unfortunately, Francesca's mother sees the answer to the "Francesca solving crimes" problem as a marriage to Calder Hart!
Francesca continues to delight readers as a moral, committed, and occasionally meddling twenty-year old finding that life and sleuthing have several more experiences in store for her.
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