Black Friday (Maggie O'Dell Novels)
Publish date: 2009-10-01
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
This is very fast read, because the author doesn't use any filler which is probably why certain things occur as if by magic since the reader is not privy to events happening in the background (like a good portion of the investigation). Hence 3 stars not 4. I had an issue with Maggie's personal life...
It was okay. I like that Kava takes real life events and works them into stories but somehow I don't find the stories themselves all that compelling. They aren't bad, they're just okay.There continues to be a will they or won't they thing with Nick and maybe it's that I haven't read more than one ot...
I have been reading Alex Kava novels since 2003, and never before have I been disappointed. This book at just under 300 pages feels like almost 500. It is slow moving, and relies on conspiracy theories (and the fact that the reader knows these theories) to move the plot along. In this book, Special ...
I love all Kava books. This was not her greatest novel but it was still a great read.I wish it would have been longer and gone deeper into character development.