Publish date: 2005
Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur
Pages no: 743
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
, Psychological Thriller
Series: Jonathan Stride (#1)
Not terrible, just boring. After an hour and a half of listening, I couldn't bring myself to care about any of the characters or even wonder about the disappearance/death of the two girls. I found myself wondering what was on TV. So I DNF'd at 11%.
Well, I didn't see that coming! This mystery had me completely fooled. I was way off in who I thought was guilty. Can't wait to read more in the Jonathan Stride series. And I loved the Duluth setting!
if i cant figure out the mystery its an automatic five stars lol. plus it was very well written :-)
One thing I always look forward to in a book, is not being able to anticipate the ending. Because of that, I have become a real fan of the thriller genre with it fast pace and high amount of plot twists. In fact, I was beginning to think that no amount twists could be to many, but I have to say, i...
Two teenage girls have disappeared without a trace in the space of a little over a year in Duluth, MN, and the media is stoking fears of a serial killer. Lt. Jonathan Stride, still dealing with the death of his beloved wife from cancer, must seek out the tangled connections that bind the two girls, ...
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