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Series: Five Star Expressions. Hardcover: 258 pages. Jacqueline Seewald has written a quick-paced page turner in The Inferno Collection.

Series: Five Star Expressions. Publisher: Five Star (June 20, 2007). The heroine Kim, an amateur sleuth, possesses an psychic awareness that causes her to suspect that her friend's "suicide" is no such thing, and she gets herself into a whole lot of trouble trying to prove it. Accidents that are no such thing begin to happen to Kim, and a psychic police detective tries to save her from herself.

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Jacqueline Seewald continues with all the mystery behind the Inferno Collection of books while holding the whodunit murderer in the shadows, and going on creating an assortment of characters for the reader to follow.

Jacqueline Seewald continues with all the mystery behind the Inferno Collection of books while holding the whodunit murderer in the shadows, and going on creating an assortment of characters for the reader to follow and blame for all the creepiness and cold chills that keeps you readin. ) Juan-banjo May 31, 201. Kim gets involved with murder when her friend, Loretta, is found dead of a drug overdose even though she had been clean for many years. Not believing it is an accident or suicide Kim sets out to find out who killed her Loretta. She also needs to find out what an Inferno Collection has to do with her death.

by Jacqueline Seewald. Published June 20, 2007 by Five Star.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Five Star Expressions - The Eternal Trust Publisher: Five Star Publication Date: 2002 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. 1. the eternal trust. Haynes, Melinda Rucker. Published by Five Star, Waterville, Maine (2002). ISBN 10: 0786242086 ISBN 13: 9780786242085.

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HelloBoB:D
English doctoral student Lorette Campbell asks her friend, former student turned reference librarian Kim Reynolds if she knows anything about the inferno collection. Kim says no although she does not need to depend on her psychic skill her grandma calls the "awareness" to know her friend is upset. However, the nervous Lorette insists it exists and her limited knowledge has placed her in harm's way; she mentions a recent accident that she believes was no accident. Not long after their meeting, Lorette dies with the police claiming it was a suicide.

Kim believes otherwise and begins inquiries starting with seeking out whether the inferno collection exists. Her efforts bring her to the attention of Professor Don Bernard who she was attracted to when she was a student and psychic police detective Mike Gardner who fears the librarian is in over her head and in trouble. As she investigates, attempts on her life made to look like accidents happen.

This paranormal amateur sleuth with some police procedural elements is an enjoyable whodunit starring a likable librarian who goes from no men in her life to two men in her life. Kim is a delightful lead character as she cannot help but investigate the death of her friend starting with her inquiry into whether the INFERNO COLLECTION even exists. Her jaunt into danger with two males trying to keep her safe will entertain readers as her goal is to insure Lorette's restless spirit finds peace.

Harriet Klausner
Talvinl
Early in the novel, I assumed it had to either be set 50 years ago, or written by a very elderly and/or out-of-touch person. The terminology and writing style are dated and the dialogue is weirdly formal and unnatural, and this did not improve much as the book went on. About two-thirds of the way through, there is a random reference to cell phones, which don’t seem to exist otherwise in the story. The characters are always “phoning” each other instead of “calling” - the only person I know in real life who typically uses phoning as a verb is 87 years old. And our main character doesn’t ever know who’s “phoning,” so she must not have caller ID. Didn’t this become standard on all phones about 20 years ago?

Most annoying is the antiquated gender stuff. Police are “policemen” and firefighters are “firemen.” All of the distinguished professors are men, except for one who happens to teach women’s studies! There are references to a pub where a woman wouldn’t go alone… seriously? In this day and age? Plus, the university has a “personnel” department instead of Human Resources, there are “secretaries” instead of admins, and the dated references continue.

I had trouble picturing the lead character at all. She is supposedly young and attractive, but who ever heard of a woman in her 20’s who doesn’t own a pair of “blue jeans”? And runs around in “blouses” and “oxfords”? Simply put, the book was just too dated to make sense and this was a major distraction from the story.
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
Jacqueline Seewald has written a quick-paced page turner in The Inferno Collection.

The heroine Kim, an amateur sleuth, possesses an psychic awareness that causes her to suspect that her friend's "suicide" is no such thing, and she gets herself into a whole lot of trouble trying to prove it. Accidents that are no such thing begin to happen to Kim, and a psychic police detective tries to save her from herself.

I can recommend this book to all who enjoy suspense with a touch of the paranormal. It's easy to read, and the characters are likable. Well done, Ms. Seewald!
Shadowredeemer
You would hardly expect a fast paced thriller to be set in a university library, nor that the protagonist would be an emotiionally repressed librarian. But somehow Jacqueline Seewald, who seems very familiar with this setting and its caste of characters, has managed to write a veritable page turner.
She provides just the right amount of foreshadowing to maintain the reader's interest, while never giving away too much. In classic who-done-it style, Ms. Seewald places almost every character in a suspicious light, until the true villian of the piece is finally revealed. "The Inferno Collection" is a very enjoyable book and I highly recommend it.
DEAD-SHOT
When I worked for the Pasadena Public Library in the 1960s (God, I'm old), believe it or not, we had books in the back room that weren't supposed to be circulated. The books included DRACULA, FRANKENSTEIN, and several others. I had no idea these collections of books had a name. The INFERNO COLLECTION not only opened my eyes, but entertained me a *whole* lot! This the perfect book if you want a chills and creeps along with your mystery. And Halloween is right around the corner, by gum! Read this book. You won't be disappointed.
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THE INFERNO COLLECTION is a traditional whodunit with a likable protagonist, a number of intriguing suspects, and lots of plot twists and turns. I particularly enjoyed the development of protagonist Kim Reynolds' character and the gradual revelations about her troubled past. Mystery readers, thriller readers, and romance readers will all find plenty to enjoy in this novel.
I just loved this book. I think it could easily be turned into a movie. The writer possesses an excellent knowledge of her mother tongue and for someone like me whose first languge isn't English this is a great educational book as well. The reading is easy. You hold your breath till the finish. And boy, what a finish!!!
The Inferno Collection (Five Star Expressions) (Five Star Expressions) download epub
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Author: Jacqueline Seewald
ISBN: 1594145768
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Five Star (June 20, 2007)
Pages: 258 pages