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Cut, Paste, Kill (Lomax and Biggs, Bk 4)
Cut Paste Kill - Lomax and Biggs, Bk 4
Author: Marshall Karp
When Eleanor Bellingham-Crump -- a socialite responsible for the death of a ten-year-old boy -- turns up murdered on the floor of a Hollywood hotel bathroom, Lomax and Biggs are confronted with a crime of artistic brutality. Along with the scissors sticking out of Eleanor?s lifeless body, the two detectives find a meticulous scrapbook docum...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780312378240
ISBN-10: 0312378246
Publication Date: 8/2/2011
Pages: 304
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 0
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When it comes to the too-brief Lomax and Biggs mystery series, you can always count on dialogue that snap-crackle-pops, and plenty of wit to make you laugh out loud. Team that with a smooth fast pace and a firecracker of a mystery, and you've got a book that won't let you go until you turn the last page.

This is Mike and Terry's show, but that doesn't keep other characters from hogging the limelight. Mike's dad, Big Jim Lomax, is a law unto himself, and if you've got any sense, you won't eat one of Big Jim's Famous Cajun Cows on a Bun. Let his son Mike tell you why: "The last time I ate one of your burgers it burned the hair right off my chest. From the inside. Hold the Cajun on ours." See what I mean? I think I'll pass. I like spicy, not incendiary.

In this fourth book, Mike learns a side to his personality that he never knew he had, and it's all due to a little girl named Sophie. If Sophie can't charm you, no one can. Trust me. I'm not necessarily child friendly, but Sophie turned me into a believer.

I do need to temper my Lomax and Biggs Admiration Society tribute just a bit though. I did find that the final mile to the killer stretched the rubber band of my credulity until I got snapped on the end of my nose. What did I do when that happened and I was faced with a few too many plot twists? I dove right back in. If you're in the mood for funny, fast, and mysterious, you can't go wrong with Lomax and Biggs. You're in the mood? Good! Do you have to start at the beginning with The Rabbit Factory? Technically, no. But if you love to laugh as much as I do, why deny yourself?
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