Run For Your Life
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
The first 100 pages or show I wasn't sure if I was thrilled with it. I wasn't hooked with it the way I was with the first book. I am glad that I didn't set it aside though. Quickly it sped up and the last 100 pages were intense and gripping. A very good read.
bookshelves: published-2009, autumn-2010, north-americas, mystery-thriller, serial-killer, testost-tosh, recreational-homicide, revenge, psychology Read from November 29 to 30, 2010 workaday mp3
Not bad, although it went a little overboard at the end.A series of random shootings, that happen in a very short timeframe. Using different guns, by men dressed differently. Could it be the same man?Michael Bennett heads up the investigation, while contending with a flu outbreak at home which man...
The first thing that hit me about this book is the cover. One look at it and ‘Bruce Willis’ is all I could think of. Needless to say, after that I kept getting mental images of Bruce Willis as Michael Bennett throughout the book which only made it more fun to read.In this instalment, we realise that...
Am loving Detective Mike Bennett so far. This second book delves further into his personal life as we see him struggling to cope with his job and caring for his ten children -he certainly has his hands full!
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