Mercy Street (Mercy Street #1)
Publish date: July 1st 2008
Publisher: Center Point
Pages no: 374
Edition language: English
Series: Mercy Street (#1)
I have to say, I really enjoyed Mercy Street. It's a good solid mystery with great characters. I listened to the audio book and I found myself not wanting to turn it off. Mallory Russo is a great character. She was a good solid cop, who tried to do the right thing and got side-lined in the proces...
I find it incredibly likely that what happened to Mallory happens in the real world police force (rumor mongering, sexist comments and harassment). Not because I have a low opinion of the police, but because some people never grow out of the high school mentality and a lot of them are drawn to posit...
This isn't a mover/shaker book where you walk away from this with a different world view. What it is, is a very interesting, well thought out, well put together mystery-romance that is easy to read and keeps you wanting more.Mallory Russo is a very intriguing character and through the book, you don'...
Every day people go missing - sometimes voluntarily, sometimes not. If you’re lucky, they’re found and you don’t have to spend the rest of your life wondering if they’re still out there somewhere, if they need your help and what you can do to get them back.Robert Magellan wasn’t lucky. 15 months ago...
First of the trilogy. Quite good. 3.75
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