Death of a Jaded Samurai

Death of a Jaded Samurai Gilda Wright thinks she s landed a dream job managing a karate school Sure her boss Sensei Mick Williams is almost as demanding as he is sexy but Gilda is inspired by the strength of people around

  • Title: Death of a Jaded Samurai
  • Author: Diane Bator
  • ISBN: 9781940371474
  • Page: 131
  • Format: ebook
  • Gilda Wright thinks she s landed a dream job managing a karate school Sure, her boss, Sensei Mick Williams, is almost as demanding as he is sexy, but Gilda is inspired by the strength of people around her and hopes to absorb some of that into her own life But when Gilda finds the body of one of the instructors, laying in the dojo with a sword through his chest, suddenlyGilda Wright thinks she s landed a dream job managing a karate school Sure, her boss, Sensei Mick Williams, is almost as demanding as he is sexy, but Gilda is inspired by the strength of people around her and hopes to absorb some of that into her own life But when Gilda finds the body of one of the instructors, laying in the dojo with a sword through his chest, suddenly Gilda must find her own inner strength and fast The police see everyone as a suspect, including her boss, and it s up to Gilda to find out what really happened She follows the clues of the missing scroll of the Four Possessions of the Samurai down a deadly path, filled with lies, deceit, and poisoned ninja stars If she doesn t watch her step, she just may become the killer s next sparring partner.

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    1. I borrowed this out from my library's Overdrive catalogue, and I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. Gilda is a feisty character. She's headstrong, independent and knows what she wants - and who she doesn't want - the persistent Det. Thayer (a huge cheating horses patootie), who can't seem to help himself when it comes to trying to win back his ex.Sensei Mick on the other hand is hot, employed and in trouble. He can't seem to stop himself from taking advantage of Gilda's loyalty and (m [...]

    2. this is the first book i have read by this author and it will not be the last-- this mystery is a little different because it takes place in a martial arts academy - our heroine is gilda, the school administrator with a green belt in karate. - Arriving to work late, she finds the body of walter a black belt karate instructor with a katana sword through his chest- next thing you know every friday a belt belt winds up dead and the police seem stymied- wanting to keep the dojo opened so she can pay [...]

    3. Gilda Wright is working at a martial arts school. She hopes some of the strength and determination will rub off on her. Her boss Mick is really demanding, but she finds herself strangely attracted to him. When the instructors start dropping like flies she must investigate and carefully before she winds up being next. The book was a little slow at first. I think it was just the introduction. It quickly picked up and I was hooked and couldn't put it down. I stayed up too late reading it.I liked Gi [...]

    4. I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.This was my first book by Diane Bator, and I definitely see many more in the future from her. I have always been somewhat fascinated by Karate, but since I am a remarkable klutz, I'll just have to get my fix by reading about other people performing the art. This was a quick, funny, and somewhat silly story with hints of romance that pulled me in instantly and I couldn’t stop reading until I was completely finished. All of th [...]

    5. An awesome book! Even better than I expected. Gilda is of course the most clearly defined character and she is so relatable. The book is very much written in the cozy mystery style but it goes beyond the typical. The characters are not all good or all bad, well except for the murderer of course. Gilda sees the weaknesses in her friends but she can still love and respect them. While I was able to guess the murderer, I wasn't sure until near the end and could only partly guess the motivations. Tha [...]

    6. For the most part, had fun reading this. I liked Gilda, her shameless bestie Marion, the protective bookie, the father-like doc and many others. Also, I would say it's safe to assume Gilda has a type. Which is, I don't think, something I have seen in other mystery series. And I have to say Diane Bator did great job differentiating those characters. I was definitely frustrated during the book because, what I believed to be an oversight. That being said, it was a great read.

    7. Really interesting and quick ready. Definitely a great start to a new series. I loved the setting of a Karate School; I found that totally different. I am looking forward to future books in this series.

    8. bounces around a lot. hard to keep track of whose who and follow the storyline. got a lot better towards the end

    9. This was a refreshing book to read. while it had all the murder and mystery you expect from a murder mystery the location and characters were unique.

    10. Fun read! Keeps you guessing until the very end; this fun book has so many characters and up until the very end, you will. It be able to guess "whodunit". Fun book!

    11. Lots of action and twists. Good story of a mix martial arts school and the people who run it. Lots of mysteries to solve. Fun read.

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