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Wanted: A Bird Blacker Bounty-Hunter Mystery By T. I. Alvarado,

  • Title: Wanted: A Bird Blacker Bounty-Hunter Mystery
  • Author: T. I. Alvarado
  • ISBN: 9781555839451
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bounty hunter Ladybird Bird Blacker has enough to deal with, what with a partner who is a pacifist and a business rival who is six feet, seven inches tall and wears a scowl you couldn t scrape off with a chisel Then her kid sister, Ruby, shows up eager to get in on the fugitive recovery business.
    Wanted A Bird Blacker Bounty Hunter Mystery Bounty hunter Ladybird Bird Blacker has enough to deal with what with a partner who is a pacifist and a business rival who is six feet seven inches tall and wears a scowl you couldn t scrape off wit

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    1. Bird Blacker who has one of the oddest names in lesbian mystery fiction is an ex police officer now working as a bounty hunter probably the first bounty hunter in the genre Comparisons beg to be made between Bird and Janet Evanovich s Stephanie Plum, and there are a few Both women are tenacious and funny, both have male partners, and both have family that are active in the plot But Bird is a closeted lesbian and lives on the other side of the country from Stephanie The better comparison might be [...]

    2. Ladybird Bird Blacker is an anal retentive ex cop, lesbian bounty hunter who is unlucky in love, and often on the job, working with a partner who practices yoga, doesn t want to carry a gun, and leaves the bullets out of it when he does Bird s twenty year old sister Ruby shows up out of the blue and moves into her tiny apartment with her Ruby is a slob, she s dropped out of college, which Bird has been paying for, and she s all excited about helping Bird with her job, having a TV concept about w [...]

    3. Generally disappointing While I really wanted to get behind the fun, pulpy premise lesbian bounty hunter , I just couldn t handle the poor writing quality The adjectives were jarring, like the author had just busted out the thesaurus and picked at random The narration lacked consistency switched from present and past tense , as did the plot sloppy character details and a grim ending that seem hastily tacked on And to think I bothered to get this book through interlibrary loan

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