Perfect Crime by Jack Erickson

Perfect Crime

By Jack Erickson

  • Release Date: 2009-12-26
  • Genre: Short Stories
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 375 Ratings
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Description

A San Francisco wife plots to murder her philandering husband by being in two places at one time.
She commits the Perfect Crime -- and starts an exciting life with a sexy new boyfriend, living off her dead husband's generous life insurance policy.
Until her doorbell rings one night . . . .

Reviews

  • Pointless

    1
    By lovetoreadbooks27
    Don’t even waste your time, didn’t flow well so short and shocker she got caught...
  • A quick read

    3
    By Nandinoodles
    A nice quick read
  • Great book

    4
    By Mickymdm
    Easy read loved it
  • perfect crime

    5
    By Walker47
    enjoyed on a night i could not sleep just long enough to relax me.
  • A perfect crime

    5
    By Ben Gleave
    It was a very good and detailed book and a decent length if you want a short book with a lot of detail.
  • Great

    4
    By Harminder Singh
    Great book really enjoyed it easily read with in two days and great plot and intense moments. Improvement- make it more longer great story however.
  • Not a masterpiece!

    3
    By Word for word
    Fairly short which can be over-descriptive and emotionless, the plot felt predictable with no real middle in the story, it felt very skimmed. Pace however picks up. It's not good however it's not bad at all, with a little adjustment this could become a top read.
  • Not bad.

    1
    By Indjxnxisbska
    Not bad.
  • A good draft

    2
    By JanetReedLewis
    This had the feel of a good draft in need of a good editor. The core story was engaging. I felt, as a reader, that I had to work hard to make this story work.
  • Perfect crime

    5
    By Babs 1950
    I could,nt put it down and now I want the other,s. But I don,t own a computer so I will have to find another way of getting them.

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