This book was a disappointment, there was no plot, no story, mostly sadism and control, the narrartor was bland not good voice to listen to for long time. How this book got on best seller list is a complete mystery to me. It had no ending which was very bad.
thrilling, suspenseful, exciting
intricate makeup of the villians
When they found the two dogs and gave them sandwich and water
Super story with compelling insight into solving the killing of varied victims. Gets your attention and keeps it without ever getting stifling or bogged down in boring unrelated details. Very good writing.
The second book in the the 50 Shades triology only got better in the final paragragh of the book. Until then there has been no plot, no real story and the performance of the narrator is no better than the first book. How many ways can you use the f word. Still hope the 3rd book has some story. How can one have 3 books and so far the first 2 could be done in 5 or 6 chapters.
This book is timely and eye opening about polygamy sects. As usual the sisterhood gets the bad guys, but this time storyline is disjointed and somewhat bumpy. This book did give a new and better light behind the polygamy practices and was enlightening to hidden agendas in these sects. The ending was not an ending and the story seemed to just stop mid-story. Not one of the better sisterhood adventures, but still entertaining.
What a writer, with mystery, food, romance all rolled into one book, I read and I get hungry.
Dixie Cash is wonderful, delightful. The two ladies of Salt Lick, Texas are up to their beautiful heads of hair in New York and the Texas girls deliver humor, intrigue, mystery, excitement.
All the what ifs are answered with exciting twists and turns, very thought provoking and entertaining.
Not as good as the first of the alphabet mysteries but still good. This one was too close for comfort and a little dated. Does Kinsey never get out of the 80's??
This Stephanie Plum adventure is lively, exciting, and amusing.
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