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ISBN:0743296109
Author: Keith Lee Johnson
ISBN13: 978-0743296106
Title: Sugar & Spice
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Language: English
Category: Mystery
Publisher: Strebor Books Intl (August 30, 2006)
Pages: 340

Sugar & Spice by Keith Lee Johnson



0 5 Author: Keith Lee Johnson. This fast-paced thriller twists and turns its way through the prplexing investigation of several mysterious murders that will have readers on the edge of their seats. When the set of twins are released from prison they have one thing on their minds; to settle the score against the people who put them there in the first place.

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Sugar and Spice is a laudable sophomore effort by Keith Lee Johnson. This intriguing book thrusts the reader into the diabolical minds of heartless, psychotic killers, whose ruthless twists and turns lead FBI Agent Phoenix Perry into a whirlwind investigation. Couple the constant drama with a creative, picturesque descriptive style utilized by Johnson, Sugar and Spice does not disappoint

Keith Lee Johnson is a writing master! (LBS) He weaves an intricate story, exciting characters and a story-line together so thick you can’t imagine putting the book down. I Just finished Sugar & Spice this story had to many twist and turns for me one of the characters turned out being crazy along with the fact that chapters were short which made it a very quick read those were the only reasons, I made it through this book. Feb 09, 2015 Shà rated it it was amazing.

Baffled by the gruesome murders, Detective Phoenix Perry ends her vacation early to conduct an unauthorized investigation and embarks upon a thrilling adventure to unravel the mystery and put end to violence. Sugar & Spice is a gripping race to discover who is behind all of the murder, corruption, and revenge. It is sure to keep readers guessing up to the stunning climax. From a promising new voice in fiction, this novel will keep spines tingling and pages turning.

Sugar & Spice (2006). About book: This fast-paced thriller twists and turns its way through the prplexing investigation of several mysterious murders that will have readers on the edge of their seats. When the set of twins are released from prison they have one thing on their minds; to settle the score against the people who put them there in the first place

Written by Keith Lee Johnson, narrated by Lucinda Gainey. It is sure to keep listeners guessing up to the stunning climax. From a promising new voice in fiction, this novel will keep spines tingling.

Written by Keith Lee Johnson, Audiobook narrated by Lucinda Gainey.

Sugar & Spice is a gripping race to discover who is behind all of the murder, corruption, and revenge. The New York Old-Time Radio Schedule Book - Volume 3, 1946-1954. Keith D. Lee. This is Volume 3 of a 3 Volume set. Rediscover radio a. т 3175.

About Keith Lee Johnson. Keith is the author of four novels: PRETENSES, Sugar & Spice, Little Black Girl Lost, and Fate's Redemption. He attained a top secret security clearance while serving in the United States Air Force. His duty stations included Texas, Mississippi, Nevada, California, Turkey, and various other places in his four years of service. Keith graduated with honors and holds a degree in electronics and general education.

Investigating a series of gruesome murders that reach across the country, Detective Phoenix Perry discovers links to a vengeful set of twins who, after being released from prison, set out to settle the score against the people who caused their incarceration. A first novel. Original.
Reviews: 7
Sha
This book is about twins who spent entirely too much time being abused in prison, finally get out and go on a killing spree to repay those who "done them wrong"....or not.

Special agent Phoenix Perry is on the job once again. She and her sexy partner, Kelly McPherson, think they have solved the gruesome killings only to find other victims with nothing apparently connecting the victims to each other.

Sugar and Spice is a great story, filled with intrigue, twists and turns with every page. I found it impossible to put down. Just like Special Agent Perry, every time I thought I had it all figured out, I discovered I was very wrong. There are new surprises with every page.

This is a great read. I predict Mr Johnson will soon become one of the top mystery writers.
Fearlessdweller
ALL Keith's reads are absolutely AWESOME. He is the first author that has written his books backwards that I've read and it doesn't really matter which way you read them. I love his writing and have been reading his books since they've hit the market. Please read ALL of them including the Little Black Girl Lost series and don't forget "The Honeymoon Is Over"

Sugar and Spice is so thrilling you will be out of breath with the characters of the book. Pretenses is right there behind it with so much action I thought I was a martial artist myself.

Keep up the GREAT writing Keith. I love your gift and am your #1 FAN!!!!!!
Djang
Let me preface this by saying I am no snob. I like Robert B Parker. I like Dan Brown and Robert Jordan. I like Janet Evanovich. I am generally never one to critique a book simply on bad writing. In this book, however, the writing was so poor it jumped right off the page and made it impossible to continue reading. It was writing of such an astonishingly poor quality as I would never expect to find in a published novel.

As an example, this author seems entirely unfamiliar with the concept of pronouns. Again and again and again his female character refers to "my husband", even after he has been named.

"What do you think," I asked my husband. "I turned to my husband and said..." I prodded my swarthy husband." "My husband came into the room." "What do you want to do, asked my husband."

This is hard to describe without sounding nitpicky, but weirdly distracting and something I've never seen before. I mean, all of that within a very, very few pages. Does the author have a problem with words like "He"? Is there something wrong with using the character's name? He does the same with the character's child who is referred to as "my daughter". I would also like to add that writing first person female characters is sometimes difficult for male authors, and this male author does a very poor job of it.

The dialogue between characters is sometimes shockingly silly, and the descriptions of characters and scenes horribly inept - or entirely absent. Eight characters are introduced in the first twenty pages with no descriptions of any of them to speak of, not even ages, hair or skin colours. And I was shaking my head at how laughably bad the first murder scenes were described. A junior high creative writing story would have done it better. As for the sex scenes - it makes those in romance novels seem erotic. The author actually uses terms like "my love canal" and "his throbbing loins". Yeesh.

BTW, this author subscribes to the Robert B Parker school of wasting paper, only moreso - which caused me to stop buying Robert B Parker books in hardcover. The average chapter length is about 2 pages, which means you're buying a lot of white space and chapter headings. It is listed at 256 pages (including exterp from next book), but I'd suggest a third of that is wasted space.

Now lest you think, in the face of all these 5 star reviews, that I just had a weird reaction, I asked two other people, seperately, to look at this book. They not only disliked the book, they were both as astonished as I am that it ever got published. One mentioned that her boyfriend grew irritated at her for being unable to stop talking about how horribly bad the book was. In the face of this, I am going to suggest that people whose interest lies more with the author and publisher than you as a reader, have been responsible for most of these reviews. You can read my reviews, and you'll see that I have never really commented on the author's quality of writing before. But this book was just - amazingly bad. I am indignant that it was ever published, let alone that I wasted my money buying it.
Gaua
Sugar and Spice was a suspenseful mystery that had you wondering what twists would come next. I knew going into the book that it was a mystery/suspense novel, so I figured I could determine the who, what, when, where, and why. Boy, was I surprised to see that Mr. Johnson spinned us into a tight web, only to unweave a remarkable ending.

I enjoyed the suspense and I gave it 4 stars. I was slightly confused at times trying to keep up with the characters. However, I can say Mr. Johnson is a new author to remember and I await his next novel.
xander
Enjoyed the characters. However the bad guys or should I say gals were a little too bad!
Look forward to reading others by this author.
Fenrinos
This book was really good and it had a lot of twists to it. Just when I thought who the killers were I was absoultely wrong. But I enjoyed this book. The author really out did himself with this book, This book is defintely worth more than 5 stars. I am awaiting his next novel out in June 2004.
Monam
Interesting but a few too many characters to keep track of. No real reason for the killing... done really for no reason. .. maybe I missed something. But definitely a page turner.
He's a great author all his books show diversity in the characters and hold my attention I never want to put his books down. I've pretty much read all his work and have yet to be disappointed