Jane Doe Mystery Series, Book 2: Severance Packages by Wendy Laing (Mystery: Paranormal)

 
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Alan Moon (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/20628)
Rating: 4 Stars

Downloaded this on a whim, and did not know what to expect, but found it a good read. Once I got started could not put it down. A well balanced easy read.
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Bitten By Books (http://bittenbybooks.com/?p=135)
Rating: 4 Tombstones

Severance Packages is the second in a series featuring Inspector Jane Doe, head of a Homicide squad in Victoria Australia. As revealed in the first book, Flowers From the Grave, Jane is able to communicate with ghosts after suffering a head injury.

This time around, Jane and her squad are hunting a very twisted killer. His victims are found dismembered with the various pieces wrapped in plastic and labeled SEVERANCE PACKAGE, 1 of 6. While on site where pieces of the second victim were found, Jane encounters Eddie, the victim's ghost. During conversations taking place over several days, Eddie is able to tell Jane information about his life and what he remembers of his attack. While unable to reveal her source of information to others in the squad, she confides in her fiancé Oliver, a doctor and profiler. Together they try to fit the pieces of Eddie's information together with the evidence Jane and her squad are able to uncover.

After reading the first in the series, I am familiar with and like the characters in this series. The detail of the case and its investigation are well written and put together. There's also a bit of a twist to the case at the very end. Personally though, I thought the ending was a little lackluster. Everything came together in the end, yes, but I guess I prefer to see the bad guy put up a fight and give the police a reason to thump on him or her a bit. But again, that could just be me and my personal vindictive attitude! Overall though, I do like the series and look forward to further installments.
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Alan Moon on Smashwords
Rating: 5 Stars

Downloaded this on a whim, and did not know what to expect, but found it a good read. Once I got started could not put it down. a well balanced easy read.
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