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The characters all through the book were wooden and the plot was a little fantastic.
While working the same bank robbery dubbed "Mission Impossible", FBI special agent Ana Gray and Santa Monica Detective Andrew Berringer fell in love.
It was the first time I have read a book by April Smith, but I surely will be willing to read another.
The first 80 percent of this book just made me restless. It seemed like something should happen but it was long in coming. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pamela S. Jones
Is suspense supposed to be freaky and weird and keep you on the edge of your seat? This book is the first 2 and fails miserably in the last catagory. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Broaddus
Enjoyed even more than the first. I was totally shocked at the ending. It really kept me guessing right up to the end.Published 16 months ago by Karolyn K Cielo
After reading North of Montana I had to have more! Good Morning was the second in the series and it was just as great as the first. Will be reading the third on soon.Published 18 months ago by bcr
Good Morning, Killer is much better than the TV movie of the same title. The book runs hot and cold, and is sometimes downright boring, but it comes back in the last chapters. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by high plains teacher
This was an excellent read. It was the first time I have read a book by April Smith, but I surely will be willing to read another. Read morePublished on June 20, 2010 by J. Robert Ewbank
I was as riveted to this, April Smith's second police/FBI suspense thriller, as I was to NORTH OF MONTANA. Read morePublished on September 18, 2008 by neverwithoutespresso
I ordered a book on CD that was supposed to be unabridged. I recieved the abridged version.Published on July 15, 2008 by Burdette E. Anderson
This is one of those books which, if you pick it up expecting a certain plot line, you'll either be bored because you already know what's going to happen, or you'll be disappointed... Read morePublished on July 4, 2005 by David W. Nicholas