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Saturday, October 29, 2011 | By: Traci

Review: Diagnosis Death by Richard L. Mabry

Diagnosis Death (Prescription for Trouble, #3)Diagnosis Death by Richard L. Mabry
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

While I enjoyed the story line and the plot, I wasn't completely immersed in this story and that is why I had to give this book a 3 star rating. The story is interesting, but for some odd reason, there are several points within this book where the story seems to drag on a bit before picking back up and getting interesting.

And while Elena is a likable character, she's sort of set up as a one dimensional character. She's a woman that just left a residency job after the death of her husband. That's about it. We see her slowly work through her grief of losing her husband a few months prior but even that plot seems to take a back seat to the story after several chapters.

The mystery portion was a good idea but for some reason, it just didn't play out well. It seems like it was just put out there, it was over with quickly and we don't get a lot of explanation except for a few spoken words at the end while everyone is at a public restaurant.

Also, there is one small plot portion where we don't hear a lot more about it. This character was turned into the cops, we find out it wasn't their first time and that's about it.

The book is a fast read however. It's not filled with too many boring details or situations that have no relevance to the plot. It's just the story and nothing else. Not a bad read but not exceptional either.

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