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Dear God: Please let this man write another book soon and please let me be here to listen to it. I can't say something like 'even his worst book is good' because I can't think of anything he's done that is worse than anything else.
Before I post this list I have to say that Sandford, Parker and MacDonald are EXTRA special.
Robert B. Parker lived in this space for me as did John D. MacDonald, Michael Connelly, Robert Crais, John Hart, Craig Johnson, John Lescroart, William Kent Krueger, Ridley Pearson ,and Jonathan Kellerman. Some others are really good but these guys have something special. If you are into mystery-thrillers I just gave you a back catalog I wish I could have...but I HAVE had it and it is an incredible treasure. I stopped going to libraries and swap places just so I can encourage these guys by sending them money. Please enjoy.
I have never been a big fan of John Hart, but after reading the reviews of this book I decided to try it. Mistake!!
The first half was so slow that I almost gave up on it. The second half had so many tangled, improbable relationships that I had to force myself to persevere to the end. None of the characters had the substance to provoke any reaction from the reader.......neither love nor hate. This will definitely be my last Hart book.
I love a good murder mystery or any novel where good overcomes evil. Two of my favorite authors are Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker.
I was somewhat disappointed in this novel. I thought the plot could have a bit faster.
Hmmm well...In retrospect I don't think this was as good as I expected or as it had been touted....lots of cliche's.....the storyline a bit obvious.....I had looked up several reviews that said it was grrrreat..but not for me.