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MIX, MATCH AND MURDER
BY RAYMOND JOHN

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A seven year-old boy is found under a bed in a hotel room in Minneapolis. His motherís body is found in the bathroom of that hotel room. She has been violently murdered and there is nothing to show that anyone else was in the room other than the mother and son. The police are stumped. Detective Dan Arnold was in charge of the case. He felt strongly that the boy had committed the crime although he could not figure out how a seven year old had the strength to inflict the damage that was done to his mother.

Jason Dumont is now twenty-two years old and has received an inheritance from his grandmother. Jason has no memory of the events that occurred the night of his motherís murder. Jasonís father has gone to great lengths to protect Jason and now Jason is declaring his independence. He is determined to return to Minneapolis and face his past.

Jennifer Cahill is a therapist in Minneapolis and a friend has referred Jason to her. Jennifer works with Jason to dig into his motherís past and help him recreate the night that the tragedy occurred. Dan Arnold assists by going over everything involved in the case.

The author bills the book as a psychological thriller and it is very much a thriller.

REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID

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