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A special bargain-priced box set of the fourth and fifth Jeff Resnick Mysteries by New York Times bestselling author L.L. Bartlett

In this fourth book of the series, Jeff Resnick faces a new dilemma: someone is stalking his sister-in-law, Brenda. There’s violence and vandalism near her workplace, plus she's receiving threatening phone calls and letters. Is her abusive ex-husband responsible? Meanwhile, Jeff grapples with meeting his estranged father and the sister he never knew existed. What does Patty Resnick have to gain with Brenda out of the way?

In exchange for helping her unlock the emotions of a disturbed young woman, psychiatrist Dr. Krista Marsh promises to cure Jeff Resnick's recurring headaches via hypnotism. Things start out rocky and quickly get worse when both the young girl and the Doctor begin to manipulate Jeff. Soon he's experiencing the young woman's emotions and can't tell where hers leave off and his begin, and Krista has other reasons for ingratiating herself into Jeff's life. Meanwhile, Jeff’s brother Richard is vying for a chairman seat on the hospital’s fundraising board. Two seemingly unrelated events that suddenly converge with deadly results.


The immensely popular Booktown Mystery series is what put Lorraine Bartlett’s pen name Lorna Barrett on the New York Times Bestseller list, but it’s her talent -- whether writing as Lorna, or L.L. Bartlett, or Lorraine Bartlett -- that keeps her there. This multi-published, Agatha-nominated author pens the exciting Jeff Resnick Mysteries as well as the acclaimed Victoria Square Mystery series, and now the Tales of Telenia saga, and has many short stories and novellas to her name(s). Check out the links to all her works here:

Praise for The Jeff Resnick Mysteries
“A high-powered drama filled with interesting characters that add dimension to a tightly paced story with a good kick at the end.” -- RT Book Reviews

Bartlett’s hero is complicated and mesmerizing, making for a gripping and energizing mystery. -- Booklist

Bartlett has a deft touch and makes psychic abilities very real. -- Library Journal


The Jeff Resnick Mysteries Volume II
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Jeff Resnick Mysteries Vol 2
November 6th, 2014
Both of the stories are really good page turners, enjoyable and easy to read. The characters really come to life and as the tension builds you really can't wait to find out what happens next. I recommend reading the first book in the series Murder in Mind (it's free!) Then you will be hooked and have to read the rest. Enjoy, but don't have nightmares...he he
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Jeff Resnick mysteries volume 2
September 24th, 2014
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How many people wrote this?
March 9th, 2014
I've read five Jeff Resnick mysteries so far, and they started off good and got better, as the author settled into the characters. Then we hit "Bound by Suggestion", and things go sideways. The story is an emotional morass, and is meant to be. The problem is: so is the writing. Or, possibly it's the editing. It's almost like the point-of-view changes from one setting to the next. It wasn't so much that it was hard to follow, as that it was a little jarring, a tad disruptive, and became a constant annoyance that niggled and made the story less immersive than it ought to have been. It's like one of those class-project stories -- like several people wrote it. Now we'll advance Richard's story from his point of view, then we'll push Jeff's story from the omniscient point of view, then we'll go back to Rich from another point of view, and then we'll.... Well, it got intrusive, and took away from my experience. Perhaps Bartlett, or an assistant editor were under time pressure to convert an earlier short story - written in a different pattern - into a full-blown novel in the Jeff Resnick series. Anyway, I'll take a chance that this one story was an aberration, and read the next one. If it gets back in a proper writing/editing groove, I'll keep following the series. But if it starts looking like the middle and later parts of "Bound by Suggestion", I'll drop it.
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Jeff Rpesnick mystery volume 2
January 21st, 2014
Very well written!! Love this series!! I've really enjoyed the Jeff Resnick mystery series. I can't seem to put it down I feel part of the books as I follow along with the well scripted novels. As I finish each novel i can't wait to read the next book.
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Jeff Resnick mysteries VOL II
January 19th, 2014
Once you've read one, you've read them all pretty much. Every story is quite a repeat of the last,
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December 22nd, 2013
The two books in this bundle were good. Cheated by Death is about Jeff being reunited with a father he thought was dead and the mystery that comes of that. Bound by Suggestion is about Jeff and an unethical physciatrist who uses him to try and get millions from a crippled woman.
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