Publish date: January 17th 2005
Publisher: Bantem Press
Pages no: 419
Edition language: English
Series: Rizzoli & Isles (#3)
Although the culprit was obvious early on, I really enjoyed this one. I loved getting to know more about Rizzoli, Isles, and Gabriel Dean. I'll cotinue with the series!
Seria książek o detektyw Jane Rizzoli i doktor Maurze Isles wciągnęła mnie do tego stopnia, że przeczytałam już trzy części i wciąż nie mam dość. Każda kolejna stawia przed bohaterkami coraz trudniejsze zadania, podsycając ciekawość, co będzie dalej, jakie nowe wyzwania je czekają. Akcja "Grzeszni...
I definitely liked this book better than my first foray into the series. The book starts off with a horrifying killing at a cloistered order of nuns. While gruesome, the author leaves just enough clues out there to make me want to follow the trail of the mystery. I also like how Gerritsen weaves see...
Gerritsen writes a fairly good murder/mystery until she introduces romance into it. The book then drags about the character's feelings for each other and makes me want to put the book away unfinished. I did finish it to see who the killer was but as in previous books, the ending is wrapped up quickl...
This is the third story in the Isles/Rizoli series and while interesting, it seems to have lost a certain something for me. The characters seem to have lost themselves into angst and forgotten some of the core character points. It's unusual in a series for characters to move to being more cardboar...