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by Marilyn Campbell

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Marilyn Campbell
Random House Value Publishing (August 8, 1995)
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Pretty Maids in a Row Hardcover – March 8, 1994.

Pretty Maids in a Row Hardcover – March 8, 1994. by. Marilyn Campbell (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Campbell, the author of Pyramid of Dreams and other paperback novels, tries to inject excitement with a sizzling romance between sex-shy Holly and a womanizing, arrogant reporter trailing the group, but she can't get beyond the formulaic ize school of attraction. The final scene, in which the killer is unmasked, is ludicrously flat.

Pretty Maids in a Row Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 1995.

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As Ellery Winters watches her mother’s casket being lowered into the ground, a stranger tells her murder may have been the true cause of death and that the vice presidential hopeful, Abraham Lincoln Jones, could have been involved. Two decades ago, Luke Madigan witnessed a whore gruesomely mutilating her client and has had nightmares of the event ever since

Pretty Maids All in a Row is a 1971 American mystery film that is part dark comedy, part murder mystery. Starring Rock Hudson alongside Angie Dickinson, it was released on April 28, 1971.

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By (author) Marilyn Campbell, By (author) M Campbell. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. A Romantic Suspense Novel of Revenge. Marilyn Campbell. USA Today Bestselling Author. Cover and eBook design by eBook Prep ww. bookprep.

Fourteen years ago, five women college students were seduced and cruelly humiliated by a group of fraternity brothers. Now someone is taking revenge by brutally murdering the men, one by one. When one of the women becomes the prime suspect, she teams up with a reporter to find the real killer before someone else dies.

  • This one is probably really a 4.5 star review. I took off a bit because I didn't care for the ending.

    This is probably one of the best murder suspense offerings I have read in a good while. It has a plot that is not only believable, it is something that could have easily happened during the time frame that is outlined in the book. College fraternities and co-eds all over the world could probably relate to the events that led to the chain of of events that insued.

    It kept you guessing as to who the actual murderer is. I thought it was the one they finally tell you but even until the end I just couldn't be sure.

    The one problem I did have with the story was there were so many characters and personalities it was hard to keep them all straight at times. But in no way detracted from the story as a whole.

    My advise is to buy this and read it if you can find it. I had a hard time finding it listed on Amazon to reveiw.

  • I purchased this book shortly after it was released to paperback years ago. I have read it many times since then.

    It is a well-crafter novel and a fascinating tale of pain and revenge. The "pretty maids" are a series of unfortunate women who are raped by fraternity brothers -- to see which brother can get the highest number. Regrettably, the college has a "boys will be boys" view of the frat brothers -- many of whom play football -- and let it go. Over and over.

    There are chapters that deal with the women discussing what happened to them and this book may not be appropriate for women (and men) who have suffered rape in real life.

    Alternatively, it also empowering to see the main character, Holly Kaufman, come into her own and find her confidence. As someone who has suffered a partial attack, I found the book, overall, to be a sincerely good story and one that I would recommend to those who can handle the themes.

    If the themes are not off putting and you simply like a good mystery, this will fit the bill. It is one of the few mysteries I've been able to re-read and be uncertain on "who dunnit" on the next go round!

    Book is highly believable, well done, and not to be missed.