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This is my first Susan Isaacs book and clearly not the one to start with.
The book had an suspenseful teasing start, a slow middle and I never found out what kind of ending it had because I finally just gave up.
This story is so boring, and the characters are so boring, I just can't believe this is Susan Isaacs.
The main character is a woman fired from FBI years ago. She never knew why, she never accepted it. So many years later, she might know the reason why. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ElenaDelfina
Susan Isaacs is an intelligent writer who can create suspense and retain a sense of the ridiculous. She resonates with my childhood fantasies.Published 11 months ago by Diane K. Taylor
I've been a big fan of Susan Isaacs for years, but this novel simply doesn't measure up to her earlier work. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Beth Quinn Barnard
An exciting idea overloaded with numerous characters makes it a plot lost and turns it into a very ordinary tale...Published 16 months ago by sreelata menon
A book I had long wanted to read. Susan Isaacs is a fine writer who entertains and infrequently disappoints. The book has interesting points to make about relationships.Published 21 months ago by Gail L. Gans
Excellent as are all of Isaac's books!! Her stories are amusing and entertaining. The family dynamics never fail to make you laugh.Published on September 22, 2012 by Betsy
CD/abridged/Mystery?: Big disappointment. I got this for two bucks at the library sale because I had listened to another Issac's book. Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Brave Warrior
I'm so glad I read other Susan Isaacs books before this one. She is a wonderful author so I'm not sure what happened here. Read morePublished on April 29, 2012 by Stephanie Johnson
Susan Isaacs could make the phone book into a snappy read. I'd read anything with her name on it. I overlook her tendency to have characters that whine, but she kept me hooked in... Read morePublished on September 30, 2011 by Dixie Swanson