- File Size: 1068 KB
- Print Length: 202 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 27, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008R2O1FI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,257 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Casanova Killer, An SSCD Crime Thriller Kindle Edition
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Becoming an author was not a conscious decision; I've always been a writer. Channeling a passion for story-telling into my livelihood required a giant leap of faith, one that I'll never regret as I truly love what I do.
When I'm not writing, I enjoy antiquing, bead-weaving and sharing time with my incredible daughter and our two spoiled-rotten cats.
Top Customer Reviews
You can tell that this one of Tallulah Grace's because it is very well written, it includes a trace of the paranormal, there is love at first sight, the men can cook, the bad guy has lots of money, and everyone is very good looking. I have read all of the Grace's books and enjoy the suspense books the most. However, I think she goes a little overboard on the love at first sight thing, it seems inappropriate for two professionals in the middle of a serial killer investigation to act like teenagers. In addition, I don't understand the need to include the paranormal in each of her books; it plays a very small role in the suspense novels and doesn't seem of effect the outcome in any way.
That being said, I highly recommend the any of the suspense novels T. Grace has written. Her writing style reminds me of Tess Gerritsen (Surgeon and the Apprentice).
I don't know if it's because I bought the book for my Kindle, but I find a number of typos in the book that is a distraction to me, as well as some really bad grammar. My suggestion is to find a better editor.
Overall, the story of the Casanova Killer is interesting and believeable, if predictable. I think this writer has a lot of potential for deeper development of her writing skills and will prove to be really good as she matures in the genre and her skill set.
I would not reccommend this book as graphic books on serial killers are not for my taste.
The characters didn't seem plausible at all. As usual, the two main characters are beautiful beyond belief. The woman, Jerry, says that her good looks has made her life hell, but still insists on making herself as beautiful as she can by her clothes and make-up.
Speaking of make-up; it seems nobody in the book can understand that it is possible to be sexy and beautiful without it. That speaks volumes about what I very much dislike about our community.
There were quite a few spelling mistakes, and at times, it seemed like Grace used big words that she doesn't quite understand, or know how and when to use. It is always irritating to me when I notice them, as English is not my primary language. It makes me question the writer's intelligence, and takes me away from the story.
The book was a disappointment. I had thought it would be a crime-mystery, but turned out to be pure chick-lit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this book, and look forward to reading the sequels. If I had realized it was continued in a series, I may not have started it as I don't know if I will find the sequels... Read morePublished 5 days ago by pz1
Was caught up right from the beginning. Lots of thrills and suspense in the last few chapters. Since I am not a fan of romance stories I was bored by the romantic parts of this... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Marci
A police romance sandwiched in between a mild sociopathic killer/thriller.
Two protagonists who are more perfect than plausible. Read more
Plot was much like a TV show. Think CSI or something like that. Most annoying thing was that the Kindle version I read was not structured right. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mcuz
This book keeps you thinking. wonderful book can't wait to read next one. Packed with anticipation. It's a must read if you haven't yet.Published 7 months ago by Eal
This is an enjoyable crime story with a little romance added. I anticipated a number of twists in the story, but none of them materialized. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carroll Thronesbery
The jury is still out. I can say that the book kept me interested enough to read it in three days whereas very good books I will often read in one day or two (unless it's a long... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Poppy Queen