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Not that it matters. It was a fun, fast read. For those looking for something to pass a few pleasurable hours, this might be of interest. Jan 18, Annie rated it it was ok Shelves: vampires. Crap just crap. Giving it two stars is me being nice. Also I noticed this in the other books, but there are alot of type-os. I think J. Rain should give up in writing.
Jul 03, MissM rated it liked it Shelves: nook , read Quite short - more novella then novel - but fine. Nothing amazing but nothing horrible either. Decent enough. Aug 01, Cheryl rated it liked it. Well, this one really played "dead". Again a Novella so very short quick read. Cute, worth the read and interesting concept. Aug 19, Linda rated it really liked it. Another great read. Aug 09, Kirsten Lenius rated it really liked it. Everything that I have read by J.
Rain has been excellently done and this is no exception. Nov 16, Michelle rated it liked it. Not a bad read but disappointed that there are only 3 books in the series, I guess the author felt that all the issues were resolved. Apr 17, Chande rated it really liked it. Another good mystery from J R Rain!! Feb 01, Itsatushy Garland rated it liked it Shelves: owned-kindle. Fun fast read love the main character. Jan 19, Cathleen rated it liked it. I enjoyed this one much more then the first one in this series, but I must say that my favorites by this author are the Samantha Moon series.
I am looking forward to reading more from this author. Bill Huffman rated it really liked it Dec 30, Heather Wren rated it really liked it Jun 16, Leslie Whitaker rated it it was amazing Jul 27, Angela Russell rated it it was amazing Apr 16, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About J. I'm an ex-private investigator now writing full-time in the Pacific Northwest, where I live in a small house on a small island with my small dog, Sadie, who has more energy than Robin Williams.
As a kid I was always making stuff: skates, skateboards, skimboards, skis, sleds, clothing, furniture, wood carvings, Easter baskets, comic books, you name it. I was the mother of all nerds. Anyway, I think I'm an ex-private investigator now writing full-time in the Pacific Northwest, where I live in a small house on a small island with my small dog, Sadie, who has more energy than Robin Williams. Anyway, I think I was searching for the one thing I wanted to keep on making for the rest of my life.
Remember those? You as the reader were asked to make choices for the characters. Choose Your Own Adventures were a lot of fun and I just had to make my own.
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And so I did, writing three of them, and I've been hooked on writing ever since. Just think, I could have been hooked on making Easter baskets. In high school, I was a fine balance of jock and nerd. I played football and baseball and somehow managed to write five complete novels. So how was I able to write so much and play sports and study at the same time?
No girlfriend. In fact, I didn't kiss a girl until I was in college! In college, I still managed to write two books and over 80 short stories. Even with all the kissing. Eventually, I graduated with a perfectly useless degree in anthropology, got married two weeks later, and shortly thereafter started my career as an insurance claims investigator. I've made better choices. At the age of 28, I landed one of the biggest agents in Hollywood.
Welcome to Hollyweird. I discovered that I had a natural knack for writing screenplays. Go figure. For the next two years I worked exclusively with Paramount Pictures and Alphaville Productions developing various movie and TV projects. Some things worked out; most didn't. I learned much and I'm thankful for the experience.
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Ultimately, I realized I had strayed far from my true love: writing novels but never very far from my other true love: donuts. Being married to a dreamer is tough. Being married to a dreamer and a writer is damn near impossible.
Yup, you guessed it, after seven tough years my wife was gone, baby, gone. Not to worry. I eventually met another girl poor thing , and together we moved up to Seattle. Things turned ugly fast. I lost my job, my car, my money, the girl, went bankrupt, and yet somehow wrote THE MUMMY CASE in a freezing cold basement in the middle of a rainy winter, unemployed and stealing food usually donuts from local grocery stores.
Like the prodigal son, I eventually moved back home to southern California, where I got a new job, got my private investigator's license, got a new movie agent, moved to Hollywood and was fortunate enough to have my first novel published in November by Mundania Press. In , I moved back to southern California to help with my sick father. Now in , you guessed it, I'm back up in the Pacific Northwest, living on a small island in a small home with my small doggie. Obviously it's a Vampire novel um, it's in the title after all but it's the way Rain weaves the case and tells the story that makes it entertaining.
Even though it's obvious that a vampire's involved once again, it's in the title--no spoilers here!
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This is short and I got it as part of the two volume compendium Spinoza For Hire, but it's worth a read for sure. It's quick and fun and in typical JR Rain fashion, it's entertaining as always. I love J.
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Rain books because he's his own publisher. This gives him the ability to do whatever the heck he wants. He fills his books with wit and humor and interesting characters and different storylines. The Spinoza series are short novellas on a guilt-ridden PI, who tries to solve cases in the midst of overcoming sorrows of personal tragedy. And there is always a vampire. This one is no exception. And, Rain always includes characters from his other books. Kind of a cross over. This was a nic I love J.
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This was a nice little read for a Sunday afternoon! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. What can I say… I like him. He is funny in a dry way ;- I think the story started out good but then became predictable as the book title gave it away.
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I hoped for more but received not. I think this is my first novella to read with five sample books at the end. Jan 19, Bobbye Hudspeth rated it liked it. Too short. As with most of Rain's books, I wanted more. Since this isn't a subject vampires I usually choose to read about, those two sentences are a big compliment to the author. It was actually a compliment to his work that I downloaded it at all. I am a major fan, and have suggested him to all of my friends who, along with me, mourned the passing of Robert B. When I started reading the Knighthorse series I couldn't help thinking of how much they reminded me of the early Spenser books Too short.
When I started reading the Knighthorse series I couldn't help thinking of how much they reminded me of the early Spenser books. Feb 08, Neil rated it really liked it. Another book that I have enjoyed. Even though this was the second book in the Spinoza trilogy I don't feel as though I should have read the first one to make sense of things.
I found it to be well written and had some great characters. The plot line might be a little bit fanciful in places but sometimes it is nice to read a book which gives your imagination free rein. I have noticed that this author has a lot of other material so in time I will read more pieces. Jul 18, Jackie rated it really liked it. As always a good read and way to short, I like how rain ties in his characters from his other books, story line was decent but could of had a lot of potential, I hope there is more to come with Spinoza, I like his role, you need to intertwine knighthorse, king and moon in one good epic book, but we'll see about that anyway, good easy read!
Jan 23, Dawn rated it really liked it.
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This was another well done book by Rain. It stays direct and uncomplicated on the plot. I was hoping to see him bring back his vampire from the last book but,it didn't happen. The old characters were still a delight to know more of. It isn't too short or long. I can't wait to read the next book! Feb 08, Sheridan Lee rated it it was amazing. He earned a lifetime supply of tacos! Spinoza is such a softy with kids and scary when it comes to monsters. Such a tortured soul too. The title gave away the mystery, but I enjoyed the reveal any way. Perfect sized story for an afternoon read.
Mar 29, Bill Casti rated it really liked it. Great meaningless fluff mysteries to carry around, reading as catch can between appointments and errands. Good workingman writing, plots and resolutions.
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Nothing to complain about here. May 23, Carolyn rated it really liked it. Dec 05, Christy rated it it was amazing Shelves: paranormal-suspense. Jun 11, Kym Randall rated it it was amazing. Wasn't very impressed with the first book, but read the second. It still is not much of a page turner for me. Overall, just ok. Jul 07, Krista rated it really liked it Shelves: kindle.
I think this one would be classified as a novella. Not that it matters. It was a fun, fast read. For those looking for something to pass a few pleasurable hours, this might be of interest. Jan 18, Annie rated it it was ok Shelves: vampires. Crap just crap. Giving it two stars is me being nice. Also I noticed this in the other books, but there are alot of type-os. I think J. Rain should give up in writing.
Jul 03, MissM rated it liked it Shelves: nook , read Quite short - more novella then novel - but fine. Nothing amazing but nothing horrible either. Decent enough. Loading offers Description Specs Product Description Two years ago, a woman is murdered in cold blood. Similar Products. Vampire Sire Vampire for Hire Book Clean Slate Jim Knighthorse Book 4. Moon Angel Vampire for Hire Book Reviews Loading reviews Best Sellers Loading Email Address. Notify me if price drops below. Subscribe for Deals Subscribe.