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Hide and Seek Paperback – June 2, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
Hide and Seeks' plot is complex, but never confusing. As the story unfolds, little clues are left like breadcrumbs leading us down a path. The characters are well-developed and feel like real people. I was immediately sucked into their world and enjoyed every second of the journey.
I'll read more.
Jenny Hilborne is an amazing author! She is one of my favourite authors.I enjoy reading mystery suspense thrillers.I have read all of her books, such as Murder & Madness, The Alibi, False Pretense and now Hide & Seek.I couldn't put this book down.I was glued from page one.
Homicide Inspector, Mac Jackson and partner,Red Dennis had been called to Hallam House to investigate the missing person report due to a large amount of blood found on the grounds.A missing shoe belonging to Abby indicated foul play...a pond...but no body. Her purse containing her car keys and phone was found by Ellis on the couch.
The story takes place on Halloween. A group of 31 friends gather at a mansion and decide to play a game. Two days later, the body is discovered. As Jackson questions the guests, he uncovers old hostilities, threat notes,secret pasts, and the victim's ties to another unusual death. At the center of it all is the lingerie bar, where the victim once worked. Are the girls in some sort of danger? Who is the thug with the scar? Jackson must work fast, before it's too late.
This is a real "whodunit" stand alone novel. Jackson must determine who had "motive and opportunity".The reader follows each step of the investigation, trying to also solve the mystery...but so many people had motive.Threat letters signed "H" found in Abby's apartment with the pool table and chess set,her job at the lingerie club, casual relationships and affairs.Abby played hard to get. She liked to play games, and so did her killer.
If you enjoy reading mystery suspense thrillers, don't miss out on this one! You won't be disappointed.This is an amazing novel by an amazing author.Thank you so much Jenny, and keep on writing.
We learn in the opening that a murder is committed by more than one person and at least one of them is female. The challenge is that all of the suspects are scared, and not interacting with one another. We also learn that more than one crime was committed, and their interrelationship makes life very difficult for San Francisco Police Inspector Mac Jackson.
Hilborne does a masterful job of getting her readers connected with the emotions of her main characters, which adds a nice counterbalance to the cognitive aspects of puzzle solving. The action is suspenseful, and the backstory of key players is parsed in need-to-know doses that continually propel the plot forward.
The puzzle solver in me is very glad there is a Mac Jackson series. It won't be long before I return for another challenge.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book will bring you close and suck you in. It's a bunch of confusion mixed with crazy emotion, but nevertheless excellentPublished 14 days ago by Rebecca H.
I really did not enjoy this book . I am going to read book three in the Jackson mystery series . I hope it is better than this one. Would not recommend it.Published 1 month ago by Diamond
I really like Jackson. Once again this author flips around but I was able to keep the story straight by reading straight through.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Read first book which was kind of slow...this book was slower but still enough to keep me reading it. Hoping the third book will be better.Published 6 months ago by BBrown
Second book in this series will not disappoint. Good writing, suspense and charter building. Hard to put down, once you start it which tells you it's going to be a good one.Published 6 months ago by Jean M.
I liked the book but still don't understand why Cashmore was beaten and why Adam was murdered. I never found out what they saw that got them hurt and killed. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kindle Customer