© J. A. Jance; (P)2006 Books in Motion
This was an ok book--good for light reading between more serious suspense/mysteries. It is worth the credit but certainly not the best around. I have read quite a few of her books in another series which I think I like better but this one wasn't bad. It took me awhile to get used to the narrator ( I thought she was going to ruin it for me) but once I did , she was ok.
ELLE aka PlantCrone of the Great Pacific Northwest. I enjoy almost every genre-S/F, Action, Biographies and Histories & Romance
I've read all the Beaumont and Johanna Brady books over the years-especially liked Beaumont's tough gritty cop and if you haven't read these now somewhat dated stories, they are still worth perusing.
I was interested in this new series and thought I'd try the first..and found it very enjoyable, written with Jance's usual tight plot intrigues and containing sufficient side story arcs to keep my interest as I recover from surgery..audio books are the best things for recovering in a nursing home where you share a room-can't sleep? Can't keep the light on all night? Get out the iPad and headphones and listen until you do fall asleep.
I've already purchased books 2 & 3 in the series, even though there are negative reviews, I want to make my own mind up about it.
Reviews to come.
Elle in Oregon
This is a very enjoyable story with well developed characters and plot. Jance does a good job of creating realistic characters in realistic situations. I look forward to reading the next book.
J A Jance has done it again! I became so involved with the story and characters that I finished too fast. I guess I'll read book 2 of the series. I just love the strong characters in Jance's writing! Great work and keep going!
You are kept in the dark as to the killer up until the last 30 minutes! Good listening book.
When Ali was attacked in her aunt's house
No, have not. Good narrator
When Ali talked about her friend at her funeral
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