The Hell You Say: The Adrien English Mysteries (Volume 3)
Demons, death threats... and Christmas shopping. It's gonna be one Hell of a Holiday. In the third in the popular Adrien English series, the "ill-starred and bookish" mystery writer has to contend with a Satanic cult, a handsome university professor and his on-again/off-again relationship with... show more
Demons, death threats... and Christmas shopping. It's gonna be one Hell of a Holiday. In the third in the popular Adrien English series, the "ill-starred and bookish" mystery writer has to contend with a Satanic cult, a handsome university professor and his on-again/off-again relationship with the eternally conflicted LAPD Detective Jake Riordan. And, oh, yes, murder...
Publish date: September 20th 2012
Pages no: 346
Edition language: English
Series: Adrien English (#3)
4.5 starsIgnoring the frequent lack of space between neighboring words, which is presumably not the authors fault, It was well written and an easy, exciting and fun read. I found it more interesting than the previous books in this series.
Damn you, Jake Riordan! *shakes fist*This book hurts so bad. It's the one where that Thing happens, where Jake's a giant poophead (more so than usual) and frelling Guy Snowden, spawn of Satan himself - and I mean that mostly literally - makes his first appearance. UGH! I just can't with Guy. And I c...
4.5 starsI can't slow down with this series. It's addictive! I love the mystery and suspense. The relationship drama Jake causes gets me fired up also. And I love Adrien's brand of humor. I'm jumping right into the next one.
This is the third book in the Adrien English series and I enjoyed it as much as the first two. The mystery was sufficiently mysterious and puzzling, the characters were very good - and bad, and the sexytimes were interesting, integral to the over arcing story of Adrien's life. I really enjoy Adr...
As expected this installment did hurt. I know a lot of readers abhor Jake and his actions and I was none too thrilled with his violence. Though I don't condone cheating and it's depressing that he feels he can't live honestly, I still can empathize with his fears and desires. And of course, I mostl...