Publish date: June 19th 2012
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Ellie Hatcher (#4)
Ellie Hatcher and her partner, Rogan are called to a very nice townhouse to start investigating a homicide. At least that's how it was called in. As far as the EMTs, the police officers that were first on the scene, and Ellie's instincts are concerned, it was a suicide. But the distraught mother has...
3.5 star read
In many ways, Alafair Burke’s Never Tell is a lot like the television series Law and Order and its many spin-offs. There is a crime that is duplicitous in its simplicity. The police assign the case to a familiar detective pairing. The detectives are sent down many different avenues in their investig...
Read my full review at: http://bit.ly/Ng0dFHEach Alafair Burke book I read, I like this author a little bit more. Ms. Burke, as usual, has done a wonderful job at keeping readers guessing as to cause of fate for the young woman. Finally, she is wonderful at weaving twists in her books which seems to...
I really need to start checking to see if a book is part of a series before I decide to read them. I started Never Tell before I discovered that it was the fourth book in a series about NYPD detective Ellie Hatcher. While I am usually very anal about reading books in order, I decided to try this o...