The Next Ex

Former stockbroker Madeline Carter reluctantly agrees to teach the indulged, rich wife of an A list film producer how to dabble in the stock market When his ex wives are killed off one by one, Madeline finds herself in the middle of a dangerous scenario Original.
The Next Ex Former stockbroker Madeline Carter reluctantly agrees to teach the indulged rich wife of an A list film producer how to dabble in the stock market When his ex wives are killed off one by one Madelin

  • Title: The Next Ex
  • Author: Linda L. Richards
  • ISBN: 9780778322405
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Next Ex”

    1. Madeline Carter is a former stockbroker who moved to California to start over. She's asked to mentor the wife of a billionaire producer who wants to get into stock trading. The wife is murdered at a party and Madeline can't stop herself from investigating. Like a grown-up Nancy Drew she gets herself into all kinds of scrapes and manages to get out of them. I thought the mystery was pretty simple and the killer very obvious.

    2. Even by Hollywood standards, five is a big number if you're counting ex-wives.Teaching an indulged rich wife to dabble in the stock market is the last thing former stockbroker Madeline Carter wants to do. But she's lived among the Hollywood elite just long enough to recognize the ubiquitous "favor for a favor" when she sees it, so she reluctantly agrees to tutor the current wife of "A" list film producer Maxi Livingston.Up until a couple of days ago the only thing Madeline knew about Maxi was wh [...]

    3. The Next Ex takes place in the world of the movie business. The element that makes this book interesting is the involvement the main character has with the stock market and the mixing of the two ways of life. I enjoyed this book up until the ending.

    4. 2nd in a "series" or at least with the same main character. Really enjoyed the plot and the characters, with light, funny parts and darker, sadder parts too. Still can´t believe the silly woman went into the dark crypt alone though!

    5. I liked this book all the way through but I felt as if the end lacked closure. It also got a bit confusing. I feel like there were some loose ends including the garden/stones and who killed who and when. I wish the end was a little tidier. Otherwise, I really liked it.

    6. Ms Richards has created a relatable character in stock broker turned day trader Madeline Carter. This is the second in the series - and I like it even better than the first

    7. I guess this one gets 3 stars. In some ways it is good, but in others unsatisfying. Why the comments about Maxi nearby after the first murder? The ending feels too open in some ways.

    8. overall good story. some excessive detail about stock market, but added some interesting details. the ending seemed very abrupt and unsatisfactory.

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