this is a thriller sequil to the blue hour.it keep you guessing who is good and who is the bad guys. ven tho you can figure out the ending was good and kept me reading.
This was a great read. They gave you glues that the detective missed, you keep wondering when they will figure it out. Then there are others that they know but you don't so its impossible to get the whole thing solved before the last page.
VERY GOOD !!!!
This is the 2nd in the "Merci Rayborn" series. ( Blue Hour is the 1st.) This Author is very good, and these books are really good mystries.
A really excellent story, presents a side of police work not thought about often enough, police who can and do what's wrong. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone loving books that make you think.
Sequel to the blue hour so read that one first.
tricky plots and runaway action. Good read.
The continuing saga of Merci Rayborn. If you haven't read the Blue Hour, you MUST read that one first.
Great book, great author, This book was a Edger Award nominee for best novel.
There's something about the name Parker, whether its Robert B. or T. Jefferson. They both can write compelling books. T. Jefferson does what Robert does best, great characterization and stunning dialogue, and takes it to a slightly deeper level.
Merci Rayborn is back. It's two years after the death of Tim Hess, her partner and the father of her child, and Merci is working hard to holdit all together. She and her son are living with her father. She's also dating Mike McNally, a respected fellow officer. But everything explodes when a young prostitute is found brutally murdered and Mike emerges as the primary suspect.
This started out good and interesting then---it just got tedious and boring and very very slooooooow, you can read 4-6 pages and think 'what? what did I read it was so tedious and boring', when you have to insert the description of a potted plant then isn't that just boring? I gave up after halfway and didn't feel like the story was getting anywhere fast and I don't need a book to be 500+ pages to get the whole story in it.