Posts Tagged ‘ St. Martin’s Press ’

Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

June 27, 2011
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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

First there was Cain and Abel. In this novel we have Bennie Rosato and her twin sister, Alice Connelly (they were separated at birth and raised by different mothers). Bennie grows up to be a highly successful Philadelphia lawyer, heading her own firm, while Alice turns out evil. Alice has drugged Bennie, burying her...

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Still Missing by Chevy Stevens – review

November 9, 2010
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Still Missing by Chevy Stevens – review

This is an interesting novel, despite its shortcomings: Basically the writing is uneven, and in many ways pretentious. A young woman, Annie Sullivan, a realtor on Vancouver Island, Canada, is abducted by a psycho and kept captive for a year, subjected to daily rapes and severe regimentation, severe enough to drive anyone practically insane....

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Vanished by Joseph Finder – review

May 23, 2010
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Vanished by Joseph Finder – review

Joseph Finder has written several thrillers revolving around the business and corporate world. Each was a standalone. Now, he turns his attention to creating the beginning of a series. The protagonist is Nick Heller, a tough, principled investigator with a high-powered private intelligence firm. Nick’s father is serving a 30-year sentence in Federal prison...

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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

May 22, 2010
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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

First there was Cain and Abel. In this novel we have Bennie Rosato and her twin sister, Alice Connelly (they were separated at birth and raised by different mothers). Bennie grows up to be a highly successful Philadelphia lawyer, heading her own firm, while Alice turns out evil. Alice has drugged Bennie, burying her...

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Trust No One by Gregg Hurwitz – review

March 1, 2010
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Trust No One by Gregg Hurwitz – review

Nick Horrigan was frightened away from his LA home when he was 17 years old, under threat of being arrested for murder, to Alaska, and now in his thirties, he’s back and leading a relatively quiet life in Los Angeles. But, as the old saying goes, you can’t escape the past. And now he...

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