Book Reviews of Dead Shot

Dead Shot
Dead Shot
Author: Annie Solomon
ISBN-13: 9780446616324
ISBN-10: 044661632X
Publication Date: 3/1/2007
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Non stop thrills and action!
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I love Solomon's books!
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Dead bodies begin showing up in Nashville, posed to mimic Gillian's photos. Will the protection of an ex-cop bodyguard be enough to save Gillian?
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I really wanted to like this book, but I was disappointed. It had a great unique story line, but it was riddled with flaws. I can't go into details without giving away spoilers.
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A great read, fantasitc detail and depth.
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story about a photographer who wants revenge for her mothers death. i thought it was very good.
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The story line was really unique; the nature of the main character's "art" will surely surprise you. I am originally from Tennessee, so I enjoyed the Nashville setting; however, it's urban Nashville, no CMT, etc. The story's climax was truly frightening!
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In a word: gripping. This one had me from page one all the way to the end. Read it in almost one sitting. Only took a break long enough to sleep for a few hours!

Like my first Solomon book, there's a cop in this one. Though I don't think Ray is quite the hunk that One Deadly Sin used to keep us turning the pages, Gillian was a gal to watch. She was strong, yet vulnerable-- stubborn, yet yielding when necessary. She had a past that she thumbed her nose at rather than hiding from, and in an interesting way: photography.

I loved the plot. It's got enough differences in it that it didn't seem ordinary. I actually expected more from the Ray/Gillian relationship to happen during the story, but this really focused on finding Gillian's boogeyman. She was definitely the prime character in this one and I though very well developed. That is on of Solomon's strong capabilities. She does a fantastic job making them real.

Overall, another good one! Headed to PBS to find another Solomon book. Can't wait to read them all!
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a good,fast suspenseful read