Glad Sean finally has a girl friend. He's reason I keep reading the books although he's not as prominent as he used to be. It was nice to see how Roper was injured.
This was such a great book, I didn't want to get out of my car when I got to my destination. I also found myself going places I didn't have to go, just so I could listen to the book.
The good guys won.
Excellent voice that made you want to like the characters.
Excellent legal thriller, with twists, problems, unexpected events----but the good guy wins in the end. My kind of book.
Pretty good book. Enjoy hearing about Alaska. Ready for another Jesse Arnold story.
Sean Dillon books are all becoming too much alike. The stories aren't going anywhere. This book started out with a bang and went out with barely a whimper.
This sequel was not as good as Butcher's Boy. Too unbelievable.
Abridged version jumped around too much. Was very difficult to follow in places. Enjoyed hearing Sarah read her book. Just wish it had been unabridged version.
Action packed drama from the beginning. Enjoy all Thomas Perry books because he has my attention from the first sentence and is able to maintain action throughout the book.
These books have left storylines developing the main characters and turned into "get a story out quick and try to be as shocking as possible." We love these characters and now the stories are just unnecessarily sexually graphic. Get back to telling us about the main characters and maybe I'll come back to the Alex Cross series.
When Kinsey is discovering information about her family, this book is very good. Unfortunately, the parallel storyline isn't that good & overall the book is a bit disappointing.
Captivating from the beginning. Really enjoyed this book although some parts were a little dark. Very good book.
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