Review: I love this series...waiting for the next book to come out. This latest entry is missing a lot of interaction with regular characters who are only mentioned in this book. Very little steamy sex in this one either. Ooo, I'm embarrased.
The murders are interesting and her usual passion to solve them and close the case is there but I especially love the regular give and take with Feeny, Ian, Sommerset, Mavis, etc. They are briefly mentioned, but left out of the action.
I still reccome... Read more
Review: I've been a fan of these books and this author for years. I don't think I could ever be disappointed by anything she wrote. I love Eve and Roarke as much as I love my dearest friend. I'm happy to go along on their journey... wherever it might take them. Read more
Review: At the core of HUNTER lies the culmination of years of study and investigation of the criminal justice system and the correctional system in the United States.
At its heart lives an entirely different animal. A classic love story infused with joy and sorrow, trust and doubt, but most of all genuine uncontrolled passion.
Robert Bidinotto, a well known and respected voice in the arena of crime and punishment has taken these elements and blended them into a truly stunning first novel... Read more
Review: I've always thought that if you have 5 or more authors writing a book - it will make it fast paced... exciting... gripping ... unpredictable BUT this book -as a lot of the other reviewers say - SLOW and PREDICTABLE.
I've read all of Sandra Brown's work ( adore her ! ) and this one .... let's just say - she should just stick to writing by herself. Read more
Review: Its again the same old story of dons where the successor takes over and reigns. In omerta the successor is the nephew instead of the sons. I think if you are fed up reading the mafia stories then this book is definitely not for you
Don Raymonde Aprile gets murdered and he leaves the biggest junk of his property - The Bank, to the nephew Astorre viola instead of his own children. Astorre now takes the responsibility to find out the killers of his uncle and in the process tumbles over a hug... Read more
Review: I'm one of those people who reads books generally from the same group of authors...Sanford, Patterson, Lisa Gardner, Stuart Woods. They're safe bets for a good read and if your reading time is limited you tend to stick with what you know. Thanks to Pixel Of Ink I've been introduced to some really great new (to me) authors, Lisa Unger being my latest pleasant surprise addition. This is an easy read with such imaginative characters and story lines. If you love a good psychological mystery you're i... Read more
Review: I have read each book. In order. They continue to not disappoint. They are a fast read but one I which I do not skip one word nor one sentence. They are serious and funny when Flavia describes her sister’s or her observations of adults. CS Read more
Review: Catherine Steadman's debut psychological stunner is sure to be one of the most read novels of the Summer of 2018. A couple finds themselves in a deadly predicament off the island of Bora Bora. Erin, a Film Documentarian, and her husband Mark, an investment banker, are enjoying their honeymoon on Bora Bora. During a scuba-diving excursion, they turn up something in the water that could change their lives. When the two decide to keep it a secret rather than turning it over they start a deadly ch... Read more