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by Rochelle Krich,Deanna Hurst
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  • Author:
    Rochelle Krich,Deanna Hurst
  • ISBN:
    1593554729
  • ISBN13:
    978-1593554729
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    Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (September 28, 2004)
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    Mystery
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But closure is elusive, and seeking it can exact a stiff price–sometimes even a life. Rochelle Krich’s third Molly Blume mystery is irresistible: an inexorably compelling chiller.

Tuesday, February 17. 11:40 . Corner of Vermont Avenue and Sunset. But closure is elusive, and seeking it can exact a stiff price–sometimes even a life.

Rochelle Krich’s third Molly Blume mystery is irresistible: an inexorably compelling chiller . The popular Molly Blume series returns with a whodunit that, however well written, somehow falls flat. As mentioned in Blues in the Night and Dream House, Molly's best friend, Aggie Lasher, had been. Rochelle Krich is the author of many acclaimed novels of suspense, including Blues in the Night (which introduced Molly Blume), Dream House, Shadows of Sin, Dead Air, Blood Money, and Fertile Ground. An Anthony Award winner for her debut novel, Where’s Mommy Now? (which was adapted as the TV movie Perfect Alibi), Krich lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their children.

Praise for Grave Endings. Blues in the Night is the debut of a delightful and engaging series from Rochelle Krich. Molly Blume is a feisty, zesty, and charming new heroine. I don’t think I can state it any more succinctly: Don’t miss Rochelle Krich, particularly her Molly Blume series. You cannot walk away from Grave Endings without learning something new. -AOL Book Report. Molly and her family come alive on these pages and the insights into her Jewish heritage and values are fascinating. It’s nice to learn something while being entertained with great writing. I look forward to her next adventure.

Rochelle Krich is the author of many acclaimed novels of suspense, including Blues in the Night (which introduced Molly Blume) .

Rochelle Krich is the author of many acclaimed novels of suspense, including Blues in the Night (which introduced Molly Blume), Dream House, Shadows of Sin, Dead Air, Blood Money, and Fertile Ground. Though not quite at the caliber of a typical Blume tale (see GRAVE ENDINGS), fans of the series will enjoy the happily married Molly's fourth sleuthing adventure played out against a backdrop of Orthodox Judaism.

When Molly's LAPD pal Detective Andy Connors shows her a locket found on the body of a dead man, suddenly the case seems solved. Corner of Vermont Avenue and Sunset Boulevard. When Molly's LAPD pal Detective Andy Connors shows her a locket found on the body of a dead man, suddenly the case seems solved. Molly had given that locket to Aggie. Still coiled inside it is the red-thread good-luck charm that Molly had brought back years ago fromRachel's Tomb in Bethlehem, a thread with the reputed mystical power to protect its wearer.

Written by Rochelle Krich, narrated by Deanna Hurst. Narrated by: Deanna Hurst. Series: Molly Blume, Book 3. Length: 10 hrs and 51 mins. Categories: Crime & Thrillers, Suspense. 9/month after 30 days.

Krich once again expertly mixes Orthodox Jewish faith with crisp whodunit plotting. Grave Endings should ultimately find an audience beyond the boundaries of those who troll the mysteryaisles.

6100 block of Sepulveda Boulevard. A woman took a cab to UCLA. The cabbie pressed her to pay him. I’ll pay when we get there, she said. You are so beautiful, the cabbie replied. READ BOOK: Grave Endings by Rochelle Krich online free. You can read book Grave Endings by Rochelle Krich in our library for absolutely free.

Stabbings, even fatal ones, are not uncommon in Los Angeles. But the stabbing death of Aggie Lasher - a vibrant young woman dedicated to helping others and, it seemed, deeply loved by everyone who knew her - was especially tragic. For almost six years crime writer Molly Blume has been obsessed by the mystery of her best friend’s murder: If she had been with Aggie, would the killer have chosen another victim? Will the killer ever be caught? When Molly’s LAPD pal Detective Andy Connors shows her a locket found on the body of a dead man, suddenly the case seems solved. Molly had given that locket to Aggie. Still coiled inside it is the red-thread good-luck charm that Molly had brought back years ago from Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem, a thread with the reputed mystical power to protect its wearer. The presumed murderer - a good-looking aspiring actor named Randy Creeley - was found dead of an overdose in his shabby Hollywood apartment. But Molly is plagued by unanswered questions. And though she should be focused on her wedding, only weeks away, she is driven to find out more - about Creeley; about his nervous sister, Trina; about his missing girlfriend, Doreen. About Aggie, who, it turns out, didn’t tell her best friend everything. The more Molly discovers, the more she wonders: Was Aggie’s life snuffed out so an addict could shoot up? Or has Creeley been framed? What if Aggie was deliberately murdered by someone else, someone who is ready to kill again to ensure that his motives stay buried with Aggie and Randy Creeley? Molly’s search for the truth sends her scurrying for answers in an L.A. tourists seldom see. But closure is elusive, and seeking it can exact a stiff price - sometimes even a life. Rochelle Krich’s third Molly Blume mystery is irresistible: an inexorably compelling chiller.

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Molly is getting married to her wonderful fiance, an Orthodox rabbi. While planning her wedding she's also trying to find out who killed her best friend over 6 years ago. Many people are in her life assisting her in both endeavors . all the secondary characters are fully fleshed out and one can see why she responds to each as she does. It is. as important to her to solve the murder and find out the reason for it , as it is to go through all the rituals connected to her religious ceremony. With tenacity and love she does both well.
Akir
A detective story wrapped around a jewish wedding. Quite creative and very well written. I look forward to other books by Krich.
Welen
Very interesting insight into the life of orthodox Jews. Good murder mystery and fascinating side story of Jewish marriage preparations.
Wnex
I love all her books. Not only well written, characters well drawn , keeps you guessing, but you learn a lot
About a way of life that may be very different from yours. As good as faye kellermans rina and decker series.
Samut
an okay mystery
Hra
I agree with all the glowing things the other reviewers have written about Grave Endings. Krich hooked me in the first chapter and had me staying up way past my bedtime to finish this book. Her details about Los Angeles and Orthodox Jewish tradition are fascinating to read. This is a very well written, moving book. I loved it! Highly recommend.
Kalrajas
very nice
This is Krich's third thriller starring L.A. true-crime writer Molly Blume. With the help of LAPD Detective Andy Connors, Molly gets a chance to find the killer of her best friend Aggie that happened six years earlier. Molly digs into the past of an actor who apparently died of an overdose and is found with a locket that belonged to Aggie. The more she digs the more she doubts the actor addict killed Aggie. Once again Molly puts herself in danger to the regret of Connors who is always protective of her and to her Orthodox Jewish family. Plus, Molly (who left Orthodox Judaism years earlier) is planning her wedding to the hip Rabbi Zack who is strictly Orthodox. Although he does give her a few allowances.

Grave Secrets is an edge or your seat fantastic murder mystery without explicit sex or violence. Molly is a strong determined woman who is on a clear path to solve the murder of her best friend and to return to her Orthodox roots. I never had a clue about Orthodox Judaism before this series and I have found it absolutely fascinating. I learn something new with each novel.

I highly recommend reading all four books in the series!