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By Linda L. Barton | Comments: ( 976 ) | Date: ( Sep 16, 2019 )

Homicide Detective John Cooper has always believed in following the evidence to solve any case, that is until he starts to receive phone calls claiming to challenge that very evidence.


  • Title: Next Move, You're Dead
  • Author: Linda L. Barton
  • ISBN: 2940011234675
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Nook

About Author:

Linda L. Barton

Hello, my name is Linda L Barton and I m a Bestselling Multi Genre Author, Founder of Deadly Reads, and Host of Deadly Reads Radio, Journey into the Night on Blog Talk Radio.My first book, Next Move, You re Dead was published in March of 2011, and then went on to become a trilogy I m proud to say the Next Move, You re Dead Trilogy Bundle was chosen to be 1 of 100 Pre loaded Kindle Fire ebooks given away in the VIP Swags Bags at the 2013 Emmy Awards show.I live in a quiet little community in southeast Texas with my husband, Bob, our three spoiled rotten dogs, and two silly goldfish Over the years, I have learned that life is an adventure you should always appreciate with all the blessings it brings.



Comments Next Move, You're Dead

  • Vivian

    Next Move You're Dead is a mystery novel centering around Detective John Cooper as he investigates several seemingly unrelated crimes. He is working on the murder of numerous prostitutes around town. But a routine traffic stop results in the arrest of a prominent city councilman for these crimes. Why? His car has the body of the latest victim in the trunk. Later a well-known lawyer comes home to find his wife dead, apparently by suicide. Why? She has presumably found evidence that her husband is [...]


  • Linda B

    Homicide Detective John Cooper finds himself in what seems to be a cat and mouse game with a serial killer and his life is spiraling out of control. The author, Linda L. Barton does a very good job of bringing to the page the creepiness and violence of the murders without being too graphic. There are quite a few characters involved in the story and she introduced each thoroughly, explaining how each arrived into the story. My main problem with the book is that I didn’t find the main characters [...]


  • Tracy Dalton

    I really enjoyed this book alot! It kept me on the edge of my seat, wanting more. I was totally surprised about how it ended. I won't say anymore so I don't spoil it for anyone. Let's just say, I didn't see it coming, lol!!! Looking forward the the Book Worms discussions for the Book Club. Keep writing Linda, looking forward to the next installment!


  • Laura Sullivan

    This was a great read, complex characters and interesting turns. I was pleasantly surprised I am glad that she is making this a trilogy.


  • Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews)

    Very good for a debut novel. Plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing & an ending that socks you in the chops. Cant wait for more!


  • Jamie Hutchison

    Unfortunately It did not do a lot for me, found it hard to get in to and did not finish.


  • Kathryn Svendsen

    This was an intense, gripping novel from the get-go. It’ll have you up all night because you won’t want to put it down. You can purchase each of the three books separately, but I would recommend getting all three together as they are not stand-alone novels, and you’ll want to read one after the other.Book 1 (Next Move, You’re Dead) takes place in Philadelphia with John Cooper as the investigator of a set of murders. He has been chosen by Erebus, a very sick and twisted villain to be the [...]


  • Shirley Ford

    This is the author’s debut novel, part one of a trilogy. I was looking forward to reading this book, but I was so disappointed. The story is about John Cooper, a troubled Detective, happily married to his devoted wife Kathy, who has helped him through a period of alcoholism after losing his friend and partner in an arrest that went wrong. He is proud of his achievements in always solving crimes. One night, out for a meal with Kathy, he receives a strange call from someone saying he has been ch [...]


  • Janine

    There has been a spate of murdered prostitutes and the top brass of the police are getting heat from further up as no progress is been made to find the killer.John Cooper the detective is drawn into a cat and mouse game with the killer taunting him as more murders are committed but set up to frame a specific person. The reason for this is that the killer heard John say that you follow the evidence and it takes you to the truth, but the killer is clever as setting others up and then they are char [...]


  • Jan

    a psychological thriller with John a policeman trying to find what seems to be a serial killer but nothing connects between the killings. The ending is quite a twist that lets you realize John has changed. Someone keeps calling him and taunting him over each killing that may or may not have been a set up. His guilt over his partner getting killed years ago doesn't help matters and seems to be a driving force in the way this story ends.


  • Ted Tayler

    "Average thriller"This book was nothing like the game of chess that its cover suggested. I expected a logical plot, whereas it was anything but logical. In fact, the whole story was very disjointed and presented with quite a juvenile turn of phrase. This might be an easy read, but there are a lot better books out there in this genre.


  • Wanda Hartzenberg

    Yes, a really great read until you reach the end bor atleast until I reached the end. The paranoid built up was really well done. The characters really well and solidly placed but the main characters-our hero and his spouse simply failed to get me engrossed in their plight. I hoped the ending would change this but . It did not. Still for the genre a good read. WaAr


  • Yeji Kim

    It was a really fast read and overall pretty good. Towards the end, the story gets a bit odd and seems like it's wrapped up a bit too fast. Probably need to read the others in the trilogy to get some kind of closure to an overarching story arc (or so I'm hoping).


  • Carl Dixon

    Don't waste your timeNot a great book. I'd got the plot ending worked out very early. Nothing about this book would make me want to read any more of them. Thankfully it's only a trilogy


  • Tracy Dalton

    I really liked this book. Definitely a page turner, keeps you guessing!!! I would have never guessed at the ending. Looking forward to the next installment of this series. Keep them coming Linda!!!!!


  • Glenda Ricord

    I gave up on this book at 52% done. The editing for Kindle was horrible. Misspelled words, improperly punctuation, words left out of sentences and words used improperly. Aside from that, a really flimsey plot. I generally love a good mystery. This wasn't it. Sorry.


  • Irene

    A fast paced thriller that will give you chills!


  • Stephanie Stagner

    I couldn't get very far into this booke genre is just not my thing


  • Kay

    Detective becomes personally involved in psychological thriller.


  • Shanna

    I loved this book! It held my attention effortlessly and was so different than your average novel. I can't simply can't wait until the next one!!!


  • Terri

    A definite page-turner! The kind of novel where you can't wait to get to the end to see how the loose ends are tied up.


  • Kathy (ebookkat)

    This book is a great mystery/psychological thriller that has lots of twists and turns. It was a page-turner that I did not want to put down. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.


  • Kristi, A Book Fanatic

    Enjoyed this book. Can't wait for the next installment!!


  • J.

    Not so much a mystery but a thriller. Well written, but hated the ending.


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