Book Reviews of No Safe Place

No Safe Place
No Safe Place
Author: JoAnn Ross
PBS Market Price: $7.89 or $3.99+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9781416501664
ISBN-10: 1416501665
Publication Date: 2/2007
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 132 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 7
This is the second book I've read by JoAnn Ross and I was as blown away by this one as the first I read. This book really grabs ahold of your attention and keeps the mystery going until the very end. Great book!
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Helpful Score: 6
Quick, fast-paced read. Leaned more on the romance than the suspense and took a couple fun turns along the way. JoAnn Ross has become one of my favorite authors over the past year. Nick and Kate are perfect for each other.
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Helpful Score: 3
A page-turner! Engaging characters and story -- I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Helpful Score: 3
Very good book had me going the whole time.
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Helpful Score: 2
Good romance with lots of action set in New Orleans after Katrina.
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Helpful Score: 1
A decent thriller and love story about a female Chicago homicide cop who goes to New Orleans to find her sister's killer. A hunky private P.I., recently thrown off the New Orleans police force, helps her.
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Helpful Score: 1
good book about a chicago cop going to New Ork=leans to look for her sisters killer
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Helpful Score: 1
I felt really sorry for Kate in this book. It seems doing the right thing doesn't pay in her situation. Great book. Keeps you on your toes and I love the twist at the end!
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Kate Delaney is a Chicago homicide dect. Who has testified about police corruption. Her twin is a hooker in New Orleans. When Kate is called and told her sister commited sucide she heads to New Orlenes to find the truth. There she is faced with police corruption all over again. She teams up with an ex Navy SEALS who justs happens to have been kicked off the police force for coruption. Can they both survive to learn the truth both seek?
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The was a great book. Grabs from the very beginning and keeps going.
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Great romantic suspense from JoAnn Ross! Chicago homicide detective Kate Delaney travels to New Orleans after learning her twin sister has committed suicide. Not believing her sister would take her own life, Kate is determined to find out the truth. She finds help in the form of ex Navy SEAL/ex NOPD officer Nick Broussard, now a New Orleans private detective, who's also working to find out who killed his father. Great, fast paced storyline with a good HEA.
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Set in post Katrina New Orleans, it's a murder mystery/romance novel.
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An excellant read for anyone who likes suspense and drama. Highly recommend.
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Chicago homicide detective Kate Delaney fiercely defends victims. Which is why-despite death threats-she's testifying to a federal grand jury about local police corruption. Its also why she's infuriated by the New Orleans police department's blase attitude towards her estranged sister's death. But pursing an investigation in a strange city means allying with someone who knows the territory. And the players. Someone with a total disregard for the rules. As an ex-cop from a police family, New Orleans PI Nick Broussard knows that cops live by their own code. You don't rat out a fellow officer. The last thing he needs is some smart-mouthed, by the book outsider unknowingly injecting herself into his undercover search for the truth. Even worse is the way she conjures up visions of tangled sheets......Nick and Kate's chase pits them against the criminal underworld of the sultry southern city. And as they peel away layers of deadly deception, they discover a dark secret too many are willing to kill to keep.....
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Chicago homicide detective Kate Delaney fiercely defends victims. Which is why--despite death threats--she's testifying to a federal grand jury about local police corruption. It's also why she's infuriated by the New Orleans police department's blase attitude toward her estranged sister's death. But pursuing an investigation in a strange city means allying with someone who knows the territory. And the players. Someone with a total disregard for the rules.
As an ex-cop from a police family, New Orleans PI Nick Broussard knows that cops live by their own code. You don't rat out a fellow officer. The last thing he needs is some smart-mouthed, by-the-book outsider unknowingly injecting herself into his undercover search for the truth. Even worse is the way she conjures up visions of tangled sheets...
Nick and Kate's chase pits them against the criminal underworld of the sultry southern city. And as they peel away layers of deadly deception, they discover a dark secret too many are willing to kill to keep.