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With the intent to lend her stories credibility, Peg is a graduate of the Aurora Citizens' Police Academy, attended the Writers' Police Academy, has interviewed crime scene investigators, FBI agents, human trafficking experts, obtained her Concealed Carry Permit, studied diverse topics from arson dogs to Santeria, and hunted down real life locations that show up in her stories.
At this very minute (well, not maybe this very minute) she's busy turning her standalone books into two separate series because that's what her readers want.
Peg's third book, The Sacrifice, was a finalist for two 2014 Colorado literary awards.
You can learn more about Peg at http://www.pegbrantley.com or meet up with her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pegbrantleyauthorpage or follow her blog at http://www.suspensenovleist.blogspot.com
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Top Customer Reviews
Based on what I've seen of this author, I'd encourage her to keep trying and just add some more interactions between those who are supposed to wind up together. We have to believe that it's possible, and in this book I just didn't get there quite.
The other element that bothered me was the lack of relationship development at the end of the story. We don't see the progression from mild attraction to full blown "I'm the one for you," and for me even a couple of paragraphs to show the maturation of feelings would have been welcome.
That said the story telling was excellent and totally pulled me in. As I said, I couldn't put Red Tide down and I'm suffering for lack of sleep at work today. That's one of my highest recommendations! I highly recommend Red Tide and not just because the protagonist has three dogs. (I have three dogs too.)
Jamie's sister and her friends seem to be cardboard cutouts rather than characters in their own right. I found Jax, who is supposed to be an intelligent, highly-trained Medical Examiner, to be completely unbelievable--and, at times, not even very likeable.Read more ›
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