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Dark Chemistry (A Cooper & Quinn Mystery Book 4) by [Lee, Catherine]
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Everyone is entitled to a voice, but has a protest group turned to murder to make themselves heard?

A fatal stabbing in a local park appears to be a mugging gone wrong – but Detective Charlie Cooper suspects there’s more to this murder than meets the eye. The victim worked at a local pharmaceutical plant, where protesters against the company’s manufacture of vaccines are becoming increasingly vocal. The victim was the CEO’s nephew, and soon a clear message is sent – stop making vaccines, or more blood will be shed.

Lab Technician Leo McCarthy loves his job at Lighthouse Pharmaceuticals. Processes and procedures, scientific testing, black and white – all things Leo’s difficult mind can understand. But when his friend is murdered, Leo’s world is thrown into a type of chaos he thought was long behind him.

A police procedural tale that tackles one of society’s most dividing issues, Dark Chemistry is the fourth in Catherine Lee’s page-turning Dark Series. Cooper and Quinn are back in another rollercoaster mystery, and this time murder isn’t the only thing rocking Cooper’s world.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1158 KB
  • Print Length: 310 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1545516146
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07113QHJD
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,931 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Well Catherine Lee has done it again another great book in the series of Cooper and Quinn with a little bit more input from Quinn
It is a murder mystery but also a thought provoking issue about vaccines and also the problems police in there private lives face
everyday with families and what a special character Leo is well done look forward to the next book
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Once again Catherine Lee has come up with a beauty. A thriller that sucks you in like a pool of quicksand, once you’re in you have to get to the bottom of it, there is no holding back.

This, the fourth novel in the series, is where Cooper and Quinn are sort of no longer characters in a fiction novel, but have become real life people. The evocative writing style gives you the impression as if you’re sitting with them in the car or next to them at the table. It also gives you a firm idea of the sacrifices real life policemen and women (and maybe even more so their families) have to make to bring justice to victims and their families.

As usual Catherine brings some food for thought into her narrative. This time about vaccinations, and the fervent opponents of the practice. At the same time giving you an insight into autism and the various forms it can take like Asperger's syndrome.

Apart from this being an excellent crime novel you also get to learn something.

Finally a special mention to Leo, one of the most outstanding characters I’ve ever come across in a novel, reading about him alone is more than worth buying this book.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars 5 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Apart from being an excellent crime novel you also get to learn something. 4 May 2017
By luc - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Once again Catherine Lee has come up with a beauty. A thriller that sucks you in like a pool of quicksand, once you’re in you have to get to the bottom of it, there is no holding back.

This, the fourth novel in the series, is where Cooper and Quinn are sort of no longer characters in a fiction novel, but have become real life people. The evocative writing style gives you the impression as if you’re sitting with them in the car or next to them at the table. It also gives you a firm idea of the sacrifices real life policemen and women (and maybe even more so their families) have to make to bring justice to victims and their families.

As usual Catherine brings some food for thought into her narrative. This time about vaccinations, and the fervent opponents of the practice. At the same time giving you an insight into autism and the various forms it can take like Asperger's syndrome.

Apart from this being an excellent crime novel you also get to learn something.

Finally a special mention to Leo, one of the most outstanding characters I’ve ever come across in a novel, reading about him alone is more than worth buying this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the 4th in the Cooper & Quinn FBI ... 30 April 2017
By Joy Rockey - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the 4th in the Cooper & Quinn FBI series. Cooper & Quinn are asked to investigate the death of the nephew of the CEO oi a pharmaceutical company. Is this just a simple mugging gone wrong or something more? Copper’s gut says it’s more. Are the leaders of the group of protesters responsible & why are they there? They don’t have any children that may be affected by vaccinations.
What is Ellie hiding in her developments of a weight loss pill? Charlie Cooper feels there is more than what she is telling. Also can Leo, her assistant, tell them more. Leo loves his job & working with Ellie who understands him & adheres to the system they have in place that if Leo has red label he doesn’t want to talk. Quinn soon develops a rapport with Leo & when Ellie tells Leo that if something happens to her he must go to Quinn, this is what he does, but can Quinn find out what is troubling Leo?
Once again Catherine brings something controversial into her novels. This time it’s is about the rights of parents to decide to vaccinate their children or not.
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy supplied at no charge by the author
4.0 out of 5 stars good characterizations 1 May 2017
By Barbara Tsipouras - Published on Amazon.com
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Does vaccination cause autism? Catherine Lee does not try to give a final answer.
Cooper and Quinn need to find out if one of the protesters against vaccination is capable of murder.
The most interesting character in this novel is Leo. I don't personally know anybody with Asperger's, but I guess that he's described really well.
There are some lengths in the middle, but the end is really suspenseful.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Chemistry 17 May 2017
By DustyNomp - Published on Amazon.com
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Dark Chemistry (A Cooper & Quinn Mystery Book 4)
Once again, on top of being an excellent police investigation, we are confronted with a medical dilemma - whether or not to vaccinate our children. Not only that, we come face-to-face with Asperger's syndrome. Cooper & Quinn doggedly stick to their task, and Catherine makes us keep turning the pages!
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent police drama mystery 25 April 2017
By Avid reader. - Published on Amazon.com
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Congratulations, Ms. Lee. You created another police drama that is a real page turner. The plot is well crafted and has a lot of twists and turns with a surprise ending, so it was a real pleasure to read!

I highly recommend this book.