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REVIEW Î Wicked By Jo Gibson ´ [Reading] ➹ Wicked Author Jo Gibson – Gwairsoft.co.uk A Killer RivalryWhen Eve Carrington is chosen to participate in an exclusive writers workshop she knows it's a once in a lifetime opportunity For one month she will live write and share her work with A Killer RivalryWhen Eve Carrington is chosen to particE intense and the competition incredibly fierce Her biggest rival Angela is writing a murder mystery based on the workshop and its participants It's a brilliant idea Until life begins to imitate art and death begins to knock out the competitio. I needed something “fluffy” and read this in an afternoon It was enjoyable albeit predictable Could it have been mysterious Sure Did I have a feeling who the murderer was the entire time Absolutely Was it still a fun read Yep However I really am in the mood for something spooky

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Ill get a chance to be published But when the building they're staying in isn't ready and Eve sees the old mansion they'll be moved into she starts having second thoughts Not only is the mansion isolated but the deadlines are tight the pressur. This was a GREAT uick read It kept me guessing in places though I kept thinking I had it figured out it would make me doubt myself and then it would take me in a whole other direction I enjoyed the fact that the characters were well written and fleshed out so that I could imagine each one particularly when they met their doom ; I'd recommend this to mystery fans definitely worth the time

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Wicked By Jo GibsA Killer RivalryWhen Eve Carrington is chosen to participate in an exclusive writers workshop she knows it's a once in a lifetime opportunity For one month she will live write and share her work with nine other aspiring authors The top three w. I was rather disappointed in this mediocre mystery The characters were lifeless the dialogue juvenile and the mystery pretty easy to solve Since the ending was a cliffhanger one assumes they'll probably be another I expected better from this author