It's a super convoluted plot that leaves a lot of questions unanswered as well as unexplored. This series follows police detectives Laura Baxter and Jack Holt. Most would jump at the possibility to go running. I picked it up because of the hype kudos to Cline's publishing team and the first few pages were really impressive. What promises to be a quick and easy investigation soon becomes a nightmare. Even if you wish to listen to the other amazing reviews about this book, I would definitely suggest getting it from the library or borrowing it from a mate so you don't have to fork over actual cash for this thing.
I'd think I had the ending figured out, but nope. It messed with my mind! And who knows how a lot of books will be in the series? I liked it in some ways and not in others. I felt their struggles were real. If you realize this and wish to buy the second book, too, consider the book a fun, interesting, 5 stars. The storyline begins, as they always do, with a murder stage and hero development.
Will definitely read more by this author. When she found out that her lover was kidnapped, in one stage she ran into a church and said no, no, no, at least ten times or more don't allow it be him. And our character does have a bonus for it. I loved how what seemed like a serial assassin running amuck amongst young teenage girls turned out to be much richer and more complex. I like mystery, suspense, thrillers, and psychological thrillers in general. The difference is I hated all the Gone Girl characters.
I feel like I know Denton. She creates unforgettable, brilliant, strong women heroes who deliver fast-paced, satisfying suspense, backed up by extensive background research in technology and psychology. This book definitely fits into those though the writing style is Christopher Greyson it is a departure from the Jack Stratton Series. Thank goodness for Holt and Baxter, and all the real crime fighters, who daily risk their lives trying to stop these perpetrators and corrupt syndicates. The very first pages had me hooked and seriously creeped out. I was as determined as a fruit fly escaping from a cider trap to finish the book.
Will this murder be solved? This one was just a small too dark and massive for me. In the novel, Holt's life is torn apart and he ignores the consequences as he rushes at his own peril to save his family. I have fun the book very much and would recommend this to anyone who is all in for a amazing page turner. Her breath shattered as raw memories swirled in her head, repeating over and over like a broken record. Their relationship really bumps this story into overdrive for me. It looks like a relatively simple investigation for Detectives Laura Baxter and Jack Holt, but it soon proves to be anything of the sort, as the one vital piece of the jigsaw is missing; the killer.
Would recommend this book and just about any other book by Tag Kubica! Fans of James Patterson, David Baldacci, Karin Slaughter, and Robert Dugoni will be engrossed in this un-pause-able police procedural that will keep you listening until the break of dawn. And with a previous review I noted the poor decision making of one of the detectives; in actuality, they both have poor decision making skills. Definitely one you could add to your audio collection to listen to again and again. The most recorded crime in Vegas is missing one key protagonist, the killer. A testimony from beyond the grave turns into a death warrant for the two unrelenting detectives. For the girl, Meredith, age fifteen, was only seconds and realized she had been kidnapped. He acts like a various person altogether, and we are only led to believe that he's been through a traumatic event, so perhaps this is why he goes versus his training as an officer and as a human being.
The choice: impossible Detective Holt is faced with an inconceivable decision: sacrifice everything he holds sacred or jeopardize the life of an innocent girl. Las Vegas Girl is the newest crime novel by author Leslie Wolfe. At the heart of a glamorous Las Vegas hotel, in front of hundreds of witnesses and under the lenses of countless video surveillance cameras, a young girl is brutally murdered. Sure, she was fortunate to not have been a participant in the murders, but was that just fortune and luck or would she have followed the rest of them in their violence if she hadn't been allow out of the vehicle on the side of the road. An ending I did not see coming! Sure, people are off sometimes, but there are a lot of people running around in a very little town, doing a lot of strange things, for even stranger reasons. I felt like I was losing my mind, trying to figure out what was going to happen next or who the poor guy was. She tips at trying to support a young girl in the present-day, someone who reminds her of herself, but again, it never develops into is is a story that gets lost in its own words.
The Jack novels have more light-hearted moments and are more of a fun read. People interact with one another, talk to one another, and have feelings for one another and for everything we do. So far, this series has been very well received by the readers, and my fans have been adamant: they want more. I do appreciate that Greyson writes clean books--no graphic sex or poor language. What did I take away from this novel? With a lewd, sickening smile, he took his time unscrewing the cap and carefully extracted two drops of the clear liquid. A second more intimate encounter takes Evie from the comfortable yet fraying safety of her suburban life to the the threadbare outpost led by the cult leader ars later, as Evie unwinds at a mates cottage, she comes into contact with his late teenage son and his mid-teens girlfriend.