I would recommend it cautiously, as compared to other books from this author.
This book didn't have me in that "can't wait to see what happens next" mode until the last third of the book. If I wasn't an avid Henderson fan, I probably would have left it and gone to another book. That being said, it didn't lessen my appreciation for this author.
I am a fan of Dee Henderson, so I was a bit disappointed with this one.
It didn't keep my attention to the end like her other books.
I was very pleased at the beginning of the book when I found that the O'Malleys are in the book, but then it just fizzled from there.
It doesn't grab you to the end.
Not a bad story, but not a great one.
I was unaware that this was a Christian book. Even so, are people of faith really that vanilla and boring? You really want me to believe that a Chicago homicide cop doesn't swear and is so wholesome that he could give Ward Cleaver a run for his money? Not to mention that the heroine, who is apparently a master at a million activities that are in no way related is a 40 year old virgin ?!? I know this is fiction, but the reason I like fiction is it is more exciting than real life. In this book, there is no chemistry, little action, and creepy "dates" where they watch each other do nothing via webcam. Also, the narrator has no ability to do a female voice.
Yes, Because lots of times you miss some things the first time.
The lady private investigator because she was pretty ambitious.
I enjoy all of Dee Henderson's books.
The voice reminded me of Casey Kasem doing the top 40 countdown and I just could not get into it. For the first time, I deleted the book after two chapters. The story seemed like it could have been interesting but I will not know.
it's not preaching but going on about how important is thinking about God... etc.. Religious beliefs are in my point of view really private and not to be bragged about. Real religious love is leaving anyone the space to believe --- or not. In this case "Lovely" does not add anything to the story. Also the apalling diet they have during the whole story. No fruit, no vegetable nor salad is ever mentioned but countless fries, hamburgers, icecreams, popcorns etc... I think she should look for info at a nutritionist's. And sorry about speaking my mind but two people fall in love and get together in this story and there is never ever a mention about sex nor desire. Is this real??? Is Dee Henderson a nun ?
I would check carefully
Absolutely, he did a great job with the book
None but cut out the religious insights and get into the nutrition problem in a world where too many are obese as it is (in Europe too..)
Nice intrigue but writing heavy at times
The fact that the writer could touch on faith issues without it being intrusive.
He really made me see the various role players
You must have faith to be a good investigator
Part of the fun for me is trying to figure out what comes next. Therefore, cannot read again, however, the storyline here is so clean and well written that I might reference certain sections.
I always admire Dee Henderson's writing such suspenseful stories with clean langauge and care when developing her characters. The best part of this particular story is that there are many surprise twists. You may figure things out but then there is always something that adds to the suspense.
Would like to see Henderson books as a TV series.
Ann was my favorite character because i felt so akin to her. She is introverted and you love her for it...I have never read a character I understood more. I know she won't be for everyone, but I adored and understood her.
I think just one of the video link scenes...they were so ordinary, yet special.
Two woman. One a killer and the other with powerful friends. Both in touch with one man.
Being a fan of Dee Henderson and the O'Malley series as well as the other books, it was fun to touch on each one. The only problem was the reader paid no attention to a few of the voices. All of a sudden Dave was a brash American, rather than a suave Brit...very annoying but the story made up for the grudge.
If an individual had never read or listened to a Dee Henderson book before, Full Disclosure may have caught his or her fancy. Having characters from the author's other books show up in this story was interesting. However, having the main character of Full Disclosure be the author of Dee's other stories felt...wrong. I would still buy this book because of the writing style. It amuses me that every character speaks with such 'matter-of-factness'.