Book Review-Not-Really-Dead

Not Really Dead


Leslie Wolfe

(Tess Winnett  #5)

Not Really Dead (Tess Winnnett, #5) is a novella and the most recent of Leslie Wolfe’s books.

Tess has just wrapped a case and, much to her disgust, is handed an insurance fraud case.  In usual Tess fashion she only gives this case a cursory glance before being drawn into an off-the-records sexual assault case.  Like a moths to a flame Tess draws her colleagues into her world to track down this murdering rapist.

Tess even uses herself as bait.  This is where Leslie Wolfe’s writing style comes to the forefront as the end is abrupt; however, the ending leaves us with many, many questions and wanting more of Tess Winnett.

I am usually not a fan of novellas and short stories however, Not Really Dead is better than many and it is Special Agent Tess Winnett again.

I have rated Not Really Dead as a four 4 star, which is one star more than my usual rating for short stories and novellas.

If you are a Tess Winnett/Leslie Wolfe fan you will love Not Really Dead

At the time of writing my review other

Goodreads readers have rated

Not Really Dead

an average of 

4.30 stars

from 92 ratings and 24 reviews 

 I have rated 

Not Really Dead


Not Really Dead (Tess Winnett Book 5)

Not Really Dead

online at 


I purchased my edition from Amazon. 

It appears Not Really Dead is not available

at Booktopia, and Fishpond 

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