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Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 1 year ago
What if Smith and Hickock weren't acting alone that night? What if they left the third man out of their confessions because of some sick allegiance and Capote never uncovered it? (If you haven't read In Cold Blood this is where I tell you to do so immediately.) We Were Killers Once by Becky Masterm...
Momma Says to Read
Momma Says to Read rated it 2 years ago
We Were Killers Once drew me in with the In Cold Blood angle, but it didn't quite live up to my expectations. The slow beginning made it hard to get into, so much so that I set it aside several times for something that would hold my interest. To be fair, I haven't read the earlier books in the serie...
Celticlady's Reading Room
Celticlady's Reading Room rated it 6 years ago
I love a good thriller and Fear the Darkness is one of the better ones I have read in awhile. Brigid Quinn is retired FBI and now she teaches self defense at a woman's shelter. Married to an ex-priest they have a happy life in Tucson Arizona. Brigid's sister in law dies from a long illness, requesti...
debbiekrenzer rated it 6 years ago
A VERY good debut novel. I especially liked that the main kickass character was an older woman. Some parts were a little slow but for the most part a wild ride with a serial killer anxious to find stand ins to take his fall. Immediately engaging, this book really surpassed my expectations. Masterman...
debbiekrenzer rated it 7 years ago
While I didn't think this book was as good as the author's debut as it was a little slow to begin with, I did end up really liking it. While the poisoning of the do bothered me, it lived, I realized later that poisoning was the main theme of the book. I still live the fact that this series is an old...
Reflections rated it 7 years ago
Even though tough as nails Brigid Quinn is retirement age now and starting to have a few health issues, she still remembers enough of her FBI martial arts training to take down a much bigger, younger, stronger man in a hand to hand scuffle so this is no cozy mystery. Brigid did a lot of undercover w...
lacerta rated it 7 years ago
Genialna. Tak mogę określić powieść jednym słowem. Genialna główna bohaterka - babka z pazurem. Brigid Quinn poznajemy w dość zaskakujących okolicznościach. Autorka ładnie przedstawia wszystkie myśli bohaterki i po prostu nie da się jej nie lubić. Z zapartym tchem śledziłam jej poczynania i podziwia...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 8 years ago
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A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 8 years ago
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/ZfjpZGMy rating: 3.5 Stars (bumped up to 4 stars for Goodreads and Amazon) My opinion: Gotta say when I first started to read this, I was HOOKED and it was a 5 star read EASILY. It reminded me of one of my favorite shows, THE FOLLOWING, with its twisted storyline a...
Reflections rated it 8 years ago
How deeply satisfying to read a mystery thriller with a women in my age demographic as the main character. Gray haired, fifty-nine year old Brigid Quinn is a retired FBI agent, living near Tucson with her new husband Carlo, a widower who was a priest before he married the first time. She’s settled n...
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