Death by Proposal (Book #7 in the Caribbean Murder series)

· Caribbean Murder Book 7 · Independent Books
3.7
145 reviews
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DEATH BY PROPOSAL is Book #7 in the #1 Bestselling Caribbean Murder series, which begins with DEATH BY HONEYMOON (Book #1)--a FREE download on Play!

Cindy and Mattheus, finally away together for a much
needed vacation on the beautiful island of Aruba, are awakened by horrible
shouts of despair. A guest at the hotel has just discovered his new fiancée
dead under their window, sprawled out on the courtyard below, soon after he had
proposed. The two recently met online, had a long-distance internet
relationship, and had met in person only a few times. The entire hotel is
terrified and mobilized. Was it suicide or was it murder?



Despite pressure from Mattheus for Cindy to focus on their relationship and not
become involved, she has to fulfill the promise she made to herself to help victims
of crime. Cindy can’t stop herself from jumping in and helping.



Cindy and Mattheus’s relationship is put under strain as the tension heats up
as they explore the strange web of relationships between the family of the young
woman and her new fiancée. They meet the lackadaisical police on the Island, the
victim’s strange father who always expected her to die, and the dead woman’s
hot-headed boyfriend who recently turned up at the hotel with his new
girlfriend. They are propelled deep into the worlds of counterfeit love,
fantasy relationships, and the horror of not knowing the truth about the person
you are with.

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EATH BY PROPOSAL is both a
stand-alone novel, and is also Book #7 in the Caribbean Murder series,
following DEATH BY HONEYMOON (Book #1), DEATH BY DIVORCE (Book #2) and DEATH BY
MARRIAGE (Book #3), DEATH BY DESIRE (Book #4), DEATH BY DECEIT (Book #5) and
DEATH BY JEALOUSY (Book #6).
     

3.7
145 reviews
Allen Weedman
February 9, 2015
Poor grammer, character names wrong at times. This was a book which appeared to have a spell check but little more it terms of proofing. Made it a bit confusing to read. Thought characters and story line were poorly developed. This is the quality I would expect from a freshman amateur just getting started. Won't bother reading the rest of the series. Probably will avoid author.
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Lynn Homer
June 11, 2016
Whilst the plot is quite good. The grammer, typo's and general wording of the book was disgraceful even though it was free. There is no excuse for leaving out words that make up a sentence. Some of the descriptions where minimal and seemed to repeat themselves, describing what was said again but differently, as though the writer thinks the reader is a bit thick. The only reason I read to the end was to see who did the murder, but whilst reading it, I got more and more frustrated with various mistakes, which tended to put me off of what I was reading.
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Linda Graham
February 27, 2015
Unfortunately, this book is in desperate need of proofreading. The errors are so glaring as to almost render the story unreadable and very early on there is absolutely no mystery as to the identity of the murderer.
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