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Valerie Wilson Wesley's Easier to Kill, the fifth novel in her increasingly popular Tamara Hayle series, continues to provide new twists to the classic gumshoe.
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Wesley's "Tamara Hayle" series has gained her a popular following among adult mystery fans. Tamara Hayle is a street-smart private detective living in Newark, New Jersey, who solves crimes in the seedier sections of that city and some of its neighboring towns. Throughout the series, Wesley places Hayle in life-threatening situations from which she must save herself by using her wits, strength, and courage.

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In When Death Comes Stealing Hayle investigates the murders of several sons of her ex-husband, fearing that her own son is next. A Publishers Weekly critic noted that book's main strength is "its portrayal of black family life in dangerous times," while a Kirkus Reviews critic commented that Hayle's "colorful personality and cultural insight spice up a serviceable plot. Devil's Gonna Get Him finds Hayle hired to follow the boyfriend of the daughter of wealthy and powerful Newark resident Lincoln Storey. Hayle is reluctant to trail the boyfriend, who is also her former lover, and forgo good reason: through a number of events and twists she unearths Storey's dirty past and becomes a target of danger herself.

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Stuart Miller, in a review for Booklist , cited Wesley's "intriguing plot," while a Publishers Weekly contributor praised the "down-to earth observations of single-mother Tamara. Where Evil Sleeps features Hayle solving mysteries and putting herself in dangerous situations in Jamaica. While on vacation in Kingston, Hayle is persuaded to accompany a friend and her husband to a seedy bar for drinks. While there, a power outage allows someone to steal Hayle's purse, then murder her friend's husband and another man. Though an old friend surfaces to remove Hayle from the events surrounding the crime, she eventually finds herself again embroiled in sleuthing.

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In No Hiding Place murder, suicide, old flames, and troubled teenagers figure in a story set against the rise of Newark's growing black, suburban, middle class and that group's relationship to the city's poorer inner city. Easier to Kill features successful radio broadcaster Mandy Magic. Victimized by tire slashings, graffiti, and anonymous notes, Mandy hires Hayle to track down her mysterious harasser. As Hayle investigates the string of seemingly small crimes, she realizes that Mandy's past holds damaging secrets, including time she spent working as a prostitute.

The Devil Riding also explores the dangers of prostitution as Hayle searches for a runaway teen in Atlantic City. Valerie Wilson Wesley's Easier to Kill , the fifth novel in her increasingly popular Tamara Hayle series, continues to provide new twists to the classic gumshoe first-person narrative. In this outing, Hayle is summoned by Mandy Magic to take a case that could lead to a substantial contribution to Jamal's college fund.

Magic formerly Starmanda Jackson has the most popular radio talk show in Essex County and a lifestyle that a struggling PI could only envy. But as Hayle probes the fears of her new client, she begins to see that this talk show host's world is hardly wine and roses. Magic's second "cousin" and stylist, Tyrone Mason, has just been murdered, and now Magic is particularly unnerved by a mysterious note reading simply "Movin' On Up. Unfortunately, Magic and her adopted daughter, Taniqua, are unwilling to cooperate in their own PI's investigation.

What drives the mystery for Hayle and the reader , then, is a profound curiosity about Mandy Magic's apparently sordid past. What is she hiding, and why would she hire a private detective if she didn't want her secrets revealed? Wesley, a contributing editor to Essence magazine, has filled a major niche in the world of mystery fiction with her Hayle novels. Rendered with a down-to-earth realism and gritty charm reminiscent of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum novels, Easier to Kill is a funky slice of life twisted around a mystery with a shockingly disturbing denouement.

A contributing editor at Essence magazine, her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Ms. She lives in New Jersey. Convert currency. Add to Basket.

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