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Bonnie (Eve Duncan) Hardcover – Deluxe Edition, October 18, 2011

Book 20 of 21 in the Eve Duncan and Friends Series

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Praise for Eve

The suspense and action will entertain all, even those new to the series. (Library Journal (starred review))

Johansen launches a trilogy that takes the reader on an action-packed journey filled with killers and heroes, leaving readers on tenterhooks. (Booklist)

Read Eve and be hooked. (RT Book Reviews)

Gripping…Johansen deftly baits the hook for the next volume. (Publishers Weekly)

"Johansen's stories keep getting better with each installment. You will find yourself drawn to Eve and caring about what happens to her." (Night Owl Reviews (A Top Pick))

A superb kick off excellent presentation to this fantastic series that is a one sitting read. (Reader to Reader Reviews)

Praise for the novels of Iris Johansen

Action-packed! (Publishers Weekly on Eight Days to Live)

With an imaginative plot and gut-wrenching action…this novel packs a wallop and is impossible to put down. (Tucson Citizen on Eight Days to Live)

You'll want to keep the lights on while reading! (Romantic Times BOOKreviews on Blood Game)

"Johansen is becoming a master of the macabre and paranormal thriller, and her latest riveting Eve Duncan tale has it all, from ghosts and secret cults to supernatural avengers." (Booklist on Blood Game)

Readers won't soon forget either the enigmatic hero or the monstrous villain. This one's chilling to the bone! (Romantic Times BOOKreviews on Deadlock)

Johansen's knack for delivering robust action and commanding characters kicks into high gear. (Booklist on Dark Summer)

Action-packed, adrenaline-fueled…will keep [you] eagerly turning the pages. (Publishers Weekly on Quicksand)

Keeping the tension high and the pace relentless, prolific and compelling Johansen adds depth to her popular characters as she continues this suspenseful series. (Booklist on Quicksand)

Bestselling author Johansen captivates readers with her latest suspense thriller…the suspense escalates toward an explosive conclusion. (Library Journal on Pandora's Daughter)

An exhilarating thriller…suspense that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. (Booklist on Pandora's Daughter)

A fast-paced, non-stop, clever plot in which Johansen mixes political intrigue, murder, and suspense. (USA Today on The Face of Deception;)

[A] thrill ride…Action, romance, castles, bomb plots and booby-trapped hideaway in snowbound Idaho--what more could Johansen fans want? (Publishers Weekly on Countdown)

Intriguing suspense…her new tale will please both fans and new converts. (Booklist on Blind Alley)

Thoroughly gripping and with a number of shocking plot twists…packed all the right elements into this latest work: intriguing characters; creepy, crazy villain; a variety of exotic locations. (New York Post on The Search) --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

From the Back Cover

The truth has eluded her for years…Now, is she ready to face it?

When Eve Duncan gave birth to her daughter, she experienced a love she never knew existed. Nothing would stand in the way of giving Bonnie a wonderful life--until the unthinkable happened and the seven-year-old vanished into thin air. Eve found herself in the throes of a nightmare from which there was no escape. But a new Eve emerged: a woman who would use her remarkable talent as a forensic sculptor to help others find closure in the face of tragedy. Now, with the help of her beloved Joe Quinn and CIA Agent Catherine Ling, Eve has come closer than ever to the truth. But the deeper she digs, the more she realizes that Bonnie's father is a key player in solving this monstrous puzzle. And that Bonnie's disappearance was not as random as everyone had always believed…

"Johansen's trilogy takes the reader on an action-packed journey."--Booklist

"Read it and be hooked."--RT Book Reviews on EVE

"Suspenseful and entertaining."--Library Journal on QUINN

Don't miss the other novels in THIS SERIES



--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Product Details

  • Series: Eve Duncan (Book 14)
  • Hardcover: 384 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; First Edition edition (October 18, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312651228
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312651220
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.5 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (463 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #653,008 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Iris Johansen is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Pandora's Daughter, Stalemate, Killer Dreams, On the Run, and many more. She lives near Atlanta, Georgia.

Customer Reviews

Three books was just dragging it out a bit too much.
The books keep me reading into the night because they are very hard to put down.
Madelyn Tucker
I rated the book 5 stars, I would have rated it 10 stars if possible.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Books and Chocolate TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 18, 2011
Format: Hardcover
I'm a fan of Iris Johansen's novels, and the Eve Duncan series in particular. The unsolved disappearance of Eve's daughter Bonnie years ago has literally haunted her and has always been the unresolved issue in her life. In a special trilogy about Eve, Quinn, and Bonnie, readers learn about the backgrounds of the characters and the events that led up to Bonnie's disappearance.

This is the last book of the trilogy and thankfully, it does give closure as readers - and Eve - finally learn what happened to Bonnie and why. I won't spoil the ending by revealing what that is but I will say it comes from a surprising source that I didn't expect. I also like that this book is not the end of Eve and Quinn. Their story and what they do in solving crime will continue with or without the appearance of Bonnie. I'm looking forward to the next thriller from Johansen.

I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher but the opinion of it is my own and was not solicited, nor was a positive review required.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Witt on October 22, 2011
Format: MP3 CD
I have been reading Iris Johansen all my life. She is one of my favorite writers so naturally, I've followed the story of Eve and her missing daughter, Bonnie, since the very first mention of her so long ago, emphasis on long ago. I read her trilogy: EVE, QUINN, and finally BONNIE, eager to solve the mystery. All are written with Johansen's easy to read style. I love all the characters, especially the latest additions of Catherine Ling and Joe Gallo, Bonnie's father. But I'm sorry to say that the final reveal just underwhelmed me. When the killer is finally revealed all I could think was that a whole lot of intelligent people missed a pretty obvious suspect. But I really think Johansen just dragged Bonnie's story on way too long. Maybe that is why the story didn't really move me as it should, because her long held grief over bringing Bonnie home went on for too many books. This is a story she should have resolved many years ago.

I can certainly understand a mother's grief over losing a child. I don't expect a mother to ever get over that kind of tragic loss. But you do have to let go and finally make the most of the present, something Eve refused to do. Many cultures believe it is wrong to grieve too much over a loss, that it holds back both the soul that has passed on and the person who does the excessive grieving. Bonnie's story certainly illustrates the reasoning behind that belief. Eve was never able to focus on anything else but lost children. Here she had a man who loved her beyond reason and she never made a family with him, never had more chidren that could have eased both of them and brought new joy into their lives. She did adopt Jane but Jane too was dragged down by Eve's continally being haunted by Bonnie. Their lives have been all about Eve's grief.
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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Possibility on December 17, 2011
Format: Hardcover
I came across Iris Johansen's new trilogy in audiobook format at my local library and decided on a whim to borrow all 3 books: finally, the solution to a mystery that has kept legions of fans (myself not included) pondering for years. The experience has been akin to being arrested for a minor infraction, but instead of being sentenced to do community service, the judge required that I read the "Eve/Quinn/Bonnie" trilogy.
Where to start? Two discs into the first book "Eve", I was already quite disappointed. Out of curiosity, I logged on at Amazon and started to read reviews. To be sure, I wasn't the only one who felt let down by an author that I have personally largely ignored in my literary career. I have read a couple of her books in the distant past and don't remember being particularly impressed.

First, the narrative style. It is simplistic and lacks both depth and perception; it is hindered by a redundant vocabulary and a lack of imagination in the author's descriptive powers. Her characters stiffen, draw their breath in sharply and pause (when talking - I assume, so they have time to reflect on what they'll say next). That is the extent of their expressions. They inhale sharply. They pause. And they stiffen. So much so that the trilogy should really have been called "The Stiffening".

Second, the dialogs. It would appear that Iris Johansen narrates for the benefit of her readers through her dialogs. It makes for very strange dialogs. Characters who have known each other for a long time, sometimes years, talk to each other as if the other person doesn't know what he/she is talking about. Or sometimes, a character will comment about the other person's feelings as if that person was unaware of their own feelings. As I said, it makes for very strange dialogs.
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39 of 46 people found the following review helpful By boswell on October 25, 2011
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I have always been conflicted about this author. I love her plots and characters, particularly in the Eve Duncan books, but I hate her dialogue and far fetched situations. All of that was present here. Long time readers got their wrap-up of the Bonnie story, and that was very nice. But after all the build-up the explanation seemed pretty lame to me, and most of the dialogue, particularly the alleged "tension" between all the male characters, was fairly laughable. I did really like the closing dialogue between Eve and Bonnie, and I like the strong friendship that continues to grow between Eve and Catherine. Also, I hope we haven't seen the end of Bonnie's ghost. Finally, I'd like to start seeing in future books some of the prior minor characters from this series, like Logan and Sarah, Galen and Elena etc...
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