OK this is a great book if you can sit and not stop reading. Reacher is one of my favorite real men and he proves it here. Talk about keep you on the edge of your seat. The discriptions of the cold west actually made me feel cold sitting in my warm and cozy chair. It will be a great read. Suspense abounds.
Just too much side story about every item. It really broke up the flow of the story and made it hard to stay focused. I liked the basic story early CSI ideas and a woman policeman but too much decoration.
I really enjoyed this book. I guess if you would like to feel from the poor south this would be a good read. It is also encouragging that it's important to fight for and stick too something you really want. Sometimes our heart leads our heads and families do have a way of holding on to us. You will feel good when you finish the story.
I enjoyed this book but I kept wondering how some people manage to get all the bad luck and still keep going. Makes me rethink how easy my life really is now. Takes place in the 1920's and as an imigrant life was not easy anyway.
I started this book and thought oh hum another just OK story but as I read it kept getting funnier and the characters more interesting and I started to really like the story. The lead character gets into those same kind of goofy places we all find ourselves once in a while when we try to hard to interfere in other peoples lives. Good story just have patience.
I really like V.I. she always seems to be able to get herself into and out of trouble. I can see how this book would be a good start for other women slueths and women writers as well. It must be the gut feelings they always seem to have.
History is always amazing and this book just adds another view to how it might of happened. We often take the weather for granted but a rained out picnic is nothing to compare to some of the stories included here.
Imagine Wall street in the 1800's with all the deal making that goes with it. Now add the plight of being Jewish with all the restrictions and problems of the times. Ever wonder how coffee in the morning got started, this gives a good idea along with a good story of what family life was at the same time.
Ms Cornwell seems to have had an idea for a story but it just never becomes cohesive. The characters seem to be disjointed and adding lots of space doesn't make a thicker book better. Very disappointing.
This was a enjoyable read very much like a Cuban Stephanie Plum. It also gives a feeling of what it means to be Cuban in America without too much political content. It would be a nice read between books that take a lot of concentration. I also wanted to have cuban food after some of the meals discribed. Maybe I will tonight. Enjoy.
I really like this author. Her characters are real people and not the average characters. Where else have you run into a priest that is female and wants to get into the real action of the small town. Russ the police chief is perfect as her partner and the attraction between them is fun to feel.
I really like John Sandford but this one really kept me on edge and excited. Davenport is really a person you would love to have on your case. Humor is alwaays present but so are the crimes and it keeps you guessing. Lots of good characters.
What a great surprise once I started reading, I really wasn't prepared to find myself caught up in this seek and find tale. I couldn't stop once I got started it was a great read and very enjoyable characters.
I really like Russ and Clare two of the most unlikely pair of sluths and romance matches. Never know what secrets small towns can tell. This is the 3rd in a series and I'm now going to read the others really caught my attention.