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  • Kindle Edition
  • 338 pages
  • Kill Me Again
  • Paul Bishop
  • English
  • 03 March 2014

10 thoughts on “Kill Me Again

  1. Pat Pat says:

    Another impulse buy from Fey Croaker is a 43 year old LA homicide detective with three failed marriages under her belt On top of having to constantly prove herself in a male dominated environment yeah I know its been done to death she is under added pressure because the solve rate of murders has recently plummetedInvestigating the murder of a seemingly very well off and attractive forty something woman Croaker is surprised to learn that the fingerprints show the woman has been dead for 18 years Okay that's weird The husband was convicted of her murder although the body was never found she apparently fell overboard from a yacht The husband was out on parole but lo and behold he's dead too so he couldn't have killed her againThe mystery woman turns out to be uite the mystery with multiple identities and a big bag of tricks But its not an easy road for Croaker who ends up being suspected of murder herself This book started slow hence the three stars In this crowded space I think authors need to capture a reader's attention right at the start Nevertheless things soon ramped up and very interesting and suspenseful I'm hoping for even better things in book 2


  2. David David says:

    Okay somehow I clicked on the audio Cassette for this book but I really read the paperback Kill Me Again is a competently written police procedural It ought to be since Paul Bishop is a 17 year veteran of the LAPD The heroine is Fey Croaker nicknamed the Frog Lady This time around she is fighting politicians bureacracy internal affairs and a man on parole for killing his wife The parolee has been released after serving ten years for killing his wife but lo and behold she just got killed and Fey thinks he did it againMeanwhile Fey has to deal with a sexist detective who wants her job but lacks the skills and ambition to get it Bishop offers a rich insight into Cop life Cop bars and Cop procedure but this is not one of his best efforts I can't say why without offering some spoilers but I was displeased with the final conclusion of this one However I have to say that Bishop plays fair He provides the appopriate clues so that the reader can never complain that they were not there The actual revelation of the murderer is a satisfying confrontation along the lines of The Closer The TNT television program or a Charlie Chan or Thin Man movie A number of suspects are gathered in one room and slowly it is revealed who the suspect is I like it that way I just did not like who the murderer turned out to be Hmmmmm think on that awhile Now back to Jack Reacher as I read the latest and thus far last in that series after a bit of a break


  3. Thomas R. Thomas R. says:

    This was my first time reading a book by Paul Bishop and the Detective Fey is a great cop character She is honest caring and damaged from an abusive childhood She also is a great cop and the lead Cop with a Department of men reporting to her some of them that do not like to follow orders from a woman The author does a great job describing the LA Police Department history of racial strife and abuses The story was awesome and the ending was excellent


  4. Wancket Enterprises Wancket Enterprises says:

    WowI think this is the first book I have read by Paul Bishop but it won't be the last This book was outstanding and reminded me of Sherlock It was well written and one could hardly wait to read the end which was a surprise Well done Mr Bishop


  5. Cindy Hastings Cindy Hastings says:

    Great 1st bookGood cop story The main detective Fey Croaker is one tough cookie The storyline flowed nicely easy to keep track of the characters Looking forward to the next one Definitely a new fan


  6. Ralph Carlson Ralph Carlson says:

    This is the fourth excellent book I have read by this writer and I will most definitely be reading Excellent books


  7. Alice Truong Alice Truong says:

    I don't like Fey personality


  8. Kristie Kristie says:

    Fantastic A gripping novel from start to finish It was almost impossible to put down Like all of the other Paul Bishop books I've read I ended up finishing it in the wee hours of the morning I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the Fey Croaker series


  9. Lynda Kelly Lynda Kelly says:

    Had to give up and delete due to the amount of errors Things like mere instead of there and die instead of the Pretty unforgiveable I stuck with it but then all of a sudden there were hyphens added for no reason whatsoever such as be hind or po lice A pity as the story itself sounded very interesting Mind you the book's synopsis on said the original murder was 18 years ago but according to what I was reading it was 10 yearsSo if you can overlook too many errors go for itsadly I can't and think it's time E books are edited properly


  10. Robbie Robbie says:

    I have to say I really enjoyed this book This is my third book by Paul Bishop and I think each one is better than the last The character development was very good; the main characters are likeable believable and intelligent uite a few editing errors but I rate this one 48 stars I'll be reading of these


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About the Author: Paul Bishop

A thirty five year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department Paul Bishop’s career has included a three year tour with his departments Anti Terrorist Division and over twenty five years’ experience in the investigation of sex crimes His Special Assaults Units regularly produced the highest number of detective initiated arrests and highest crime clearance rates in the city Twice honored as De.


10 thoughts on “Kill Me Again

  1. Pat Pat says:

    Another impulse buy from Fey Croaker is a 43 year old LA homicide detective with three failed marriages under her belt On top of having to constantly prove herself in a male dominated environment yeah I know its been done to death she is under added pressure because the solve rate of murders has recently plummetedInvestigating the murder of a seemingly very well off and attractive forty something woman Croaker is surprised to learn that the fingerprints show the woman has been dead for 18 years Okay that's weird The husband was convicted of her murder although the body was never found she apparently fell overboard from a yacht The husband was out on parole but lo and behold he's dead too so he couldn't have killed her againThe mystery woman turns out to be uite the mystery with multiple identities and a big bag of tricks But its not an easy road for Croaker who ends up being suspected of murder herself This book started slow hence the three stars In this crowded space I think authors need to capture a reader's attention right at the start Nevertheless things soon ramped up and very interesting and suspenseful I'm hoping for even better things in book 2

  2. David David says:

    Okay somehow I clicked on the audio Cassette for this book but I really read the paperback Kill Me Again is a competently written police procedural It ought to be since Paul Bishop is a 17 year veteran of the LAPD The heroine is Fey Croaker nicknamed the Frog Lady This time around she is fighting politicians bureacracy internal affairs and a man on parole for killing his wife The parolee has been released after serving ten years for killing his wife but lo and behold she just got killed and Fey thinks he did it againMeanwhile Fey has to deal with a sexist detective who wants her job but lacks the skills and ambition to get it Bishop offers a rich insight into Cop life Cop bars and Cop procedure but this is not one of his best efforts I can't say why without offering some spoilers but I was displeased with the final conclusion of this one However I have to say that Bishop plays fair He provides the appopriate clues so that the reader can never complain that they were not there The actual revelation of the murderer is a satisfying confrontation along the lines of The Closer The TNT television program or a Charlie Chan or Thin Man movie A number of suspects are gathered in one room and slowly it is revealed who the suspect is I like it that way I just did not like who the murderer turned out to be Hmmmmm think on that awhile Now back to Jack Reacher as I read the latest and thus far last in that series after a bit of a break

  3. Thomas R. Thomas R. says:

    This was my first time reading a book by Paul Bishop and the Detective Fey is a great cop character She is honest caring and damaged from an abusive childhood She also is a great cop and the lead Cop with a Department of men reporting to her some of them that do not like to follow orders from a woman The author does a great job describing the LA Police Department history of racial strife and abuses The story was awesome and the ending was excellent

  4. Wancket Enterprises Wancket Enterprises says:

    WowI think this is the first book I have read by Paul Bishop but it won't be the last This book was outstanding and reminded me of Sherlock It was well written and one could hardly wait to read the end which was a surprise Well done Mr Bishop

  5. Cindy Hastings Cindy Hastings says:

    Great 1st bookGood cop story The main detective Fey Croaker is one tough cookie The storyline flowed nicely easy to keep track of the characters Looking forward to the next one Definitely a new fan

  6. Ralph Carlson Ralph Carlson says:

    This is the fourth excellent book I have read by this writer and I will most definitely be reading Excellent books

  7. Alice Truong Alice Truong says:

    I don't like Fey personality

  8. Kristie Kristie says:

    Fantastic A gripping novel from start to finish It was almost impossible to put down Like all of the other Paul Bishop books I've read I ended up finishing it in the wee hours of the morning I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the Fey Croaker series

  9. Lynda Kelly Lynda Kelly says:

    Had to give up and delete due to the amount of errors Things like mere instead of there and die instead of the Pretty unforgiveable I stuck with it but then all of a sudden there were hyphens added for no reason whatsoever such as be hind or po lice A pity as the story itself sounded very interesting Mind you the book's synopsis on said the original murder was 18 years ago but according to what I was reading it was 10 yearsSo if you can overlook too many errors go for itsadly I can't and think it's time E books are edited properly

  10. Robbie Robbie says:

    I have to say I really enjoyed this book This is my third book by Paul Bishop and I think each one is better than the last The character development was very good; the main characters are likeable believable and intelligent uite a few editing errors but I rate this one 48 stars I'll be reading of these

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