Roadside Crosses: A Kathryn Dance Novel (Kathryn Dance Novels)
Publish date: 2009-06-09
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
When a teenage girl gets kidnapped but survives, Kathryn Dance and Michael O'Neil know who the culprit is very quickly. He's a tricky devil though and he leads them on a merry chase through an online game - a violent RPG. The geekspeak (the instant message language teens use which uses numbers in...
I really expected to like Jeffrey Deaver books more than I liked this one. I really found this book over-rated and along the lines of a James Patterson book(I am not a fan of JP), so def. disappointed. I will give this author another try and hope it was just this book.
I had a lot of problems with this book.It's been a while since I had a problem with excessive use of the word "like" but I still remember how it was used, and it was definitely not the way Deaver used it. He often has teens using it as the first word in a sentence and that's just not correct.His use...
home g driveIt is a worrying trend where many gaming youngsters today cannot draw a line between the real and a synthetic world. Folk of *cough* my generation and older have no problems of keeping the two seperate and the nearest we get to that anomaly is where we are drawn harshly out of the pages ...
Deaver has created a fascinating protagonist in Kathryn Dance, an officer in the California Bureau of Investigation. In this book, Dance is torn between dealing with a serial killer case and her mother's arrest on charges of murder.The serial killer case focuses on commenters in a fictional blog, "...