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Thursday, April 24, 2008
Review - The Sex Club by L.J.Sellers
Title: The Sex Club
Author: L.J. Sellers
Publisher: Spellbinder Press
No of pages: 347
When a pipe bomb explodes at a birth control clinic and then a young client is found dead in a dumpster, Kera Kollmorgan, a nurse working at the clinic begins to search for the truth on her own. Bound by client confidentiality Kera is unable to go to the police with information that she has. As she begins to uncover some new facts she finds herself becoming the target of the bomber. Detective Wade Jackson, fearing that his own daughter may be in danger, finds his investigation blocked by strong political forces at every step.
L.J. Sellers has written a fine debut mystery novel that explores religious fanaticism and its effects on the lives of various people. The characters are well developed, the plot plausible and well executed with an unexpected twist at the end. I look forward to reading more books by this talented author.