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Snow Blind (PI Julie Collins series #4) Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 2008
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SNOW BLIND is a page turning and somewhat eye opening tale of mystery, deceit and is proof that even the most clever and cunning of PI's can be lead astray by a pretty face.
A fitting end to an exceptional series. Bravo Ms. Armstrong, Julie Collins and SNOW BLIND are a perect 10!
The third book I started at a bad time. It was close to 1 AM on a work night and I couldn't get to sleep. I was just going to read for a few pages until I got sleepy. I was still reading at 7 AM. I won't tell you what I did at work that morning since it could be incriminating, but I finished the book at lunchtime. I was like a meth-head. Nothing was going to keep me from sucking down that next sentence.
This fourth book seems to have made the series come to an end, and I hate that. I will miss crazy Julie and getting to know her more.
Julie Collins is not always a likable character. In fact, all of the central characters in the Armstrong series are flawed, some very much so. Julie is no exception, smoking and drinking, outwardly defiant to cover the wounds of abuse and rape in her past. Her relationship with Tony Martinez is still on shaky ground, her partner is acting completely unlike himself, and Julie must come to grips for once and for all with her father, stepmother, and step sister as she struggles to find the internal strength to match her external toughness.
The weather is the unifying factor in Snow Blind, the bitter cold of a South Dakota winter overshadowing all and moving the pieces around the game. Armstrong's evocative writing made me feel the crunch and creak of snow underfoot on a deeply cold night.
I won't give away any of the plot but I highly recommend Snow Blind and the rest of this series. Buy them. All of them. They will be on your keeper shelf.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very entertaining plot line like the first three bbooks in the series.Published 12 months ago by Suzy Q
I love all of Lori G. Armstrongs books. I love her strong female characters. Easy read but not mindless.... Write more Julie Collins please!Published 20 months ago by Steffi
I love her books. I am from SD so know of some of the places she is talking about. I like her spitfire attitude.Published on June 19, 2013 by Debra Duby