Beverly Barton, As Good As Dead Reviews

Click here if this is your business
Beverly Barton, As Good As Dead
100.0% of users recommend this
Click here if this is your business
  • Value For Money

? Ask our helpful community of experts about this product or company
Beverly Barton, As Good As Dead - Ask a question now

Media Gallery for Beverly Barton, As Good As Dead

Refine your search

  • Average Rating Over Time
  • Within the last month ***** (From 0 reviews)
  • Within the last 6 months *** (From 0 reviews)
  • Within the last 12 months * (From 0 reviews)

Latest Reviews

“As Good As Dead ”


written by Harriet Klausner on 24/07/2004

As Good As Dead
Beverly Barton
Zebra, Sep 2004, $6.99, 384 pp.
ISBN: 0821772198

Socialite Reve Sorrell returns to Cherokee Pointe, Tennessee to learn more about her family history and to find out for certain whether local bar owner Jazzy Talbot is her twin though the two look identical except for minor material things. Jazzy wonders why her beloved septuagenarian Aunt Sally would have lied about a sister and perhaps her mother while Reve struggles with being adopted.

Meanwhile a serial killer is murdering redheaded women who look similar to Reve and Jazzy. At the same time, the unknown assailant who appears to have killed their mother plans to murder the siblings, having failed to so three decades ago. While Jamie Upton plans to marry Jazzy, Sheriff Jacob Butler and Reve are attracted to one another, although neither wants to admit that, having had a homicide taint their first impressions (see THE LAST TO DIE). However, both men quickly realize they must do whatever including risking their lives to keep their respective girlfriends safe from two different killers.

This entertaining romantic suspense closes the Tennessee Mountain trilogy by answering the lingering questions from the previous novels while also returning many cats member. In fact, the lead romantic couple of AS GOOD AS DEAD had their "falling out" in the previous novel. The storyline is fast-paced with several subplots that ultimately tie together with two final confrontations involving the siblings separately. Though one must wonder how a certain male could miss the signs of who were the killers and their motives, Beverly Barton is as good as they get when it comes to satisfying sub-genre fans.

Harriet Klausner

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Was this review helpful? 0 0

Do you have a question about this product or company? Simply type it in the box below and one of our community will give you an answer

Our helpful community of likeminded people will be happy to answer any questions that you have.

Thanks for asking a question.

Once we've checked over your question we will put it live on the site and our strong community of experts will hopefully give you some great answers that you find useful.

We will email you when the question is on the site