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- Print Length: 364 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 7, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005C50KA8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #321,409 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Erin, one of the main characters of the book, although put in many, many difficult situations, kept her cool and used whatever was at her access to try to escape from the maniac who had kidnapped her. The authors words made you feel as though you were going through what she was. Her twin sister desparately tried to find her and was turned away by the police for not having any cause for a search. They just felt that she was paranoid about her sister leaving without a proper goodbye. Filled with immense perserverance, she continued to try to locate her sister without the benefit of anyone else to assist her. Stumbling on obscure clues, she kept her head and thought everything through as thoroughly as her sister who she had always held up as her hero and protector. Now it was her turn to help her sister and nothing would stop her!
This book is filled with excitement, twists and turns and some really major surprises as the story unwinds. I ordered all the rest of his books after finishing this one and can only hope that the rest are at least half as good as this one. If you like a fast paced book, this is definitely one you don't want to miss out on.
Erin Reilly disappears overnight and this is very atypical of her behavior. She is a therapist and is extremely organized and never goes away without letting her workplace know, and above all, her sister, Annie. She and Annie are twins and Annie feels that something just isn't right, but the police won't listen to her. One officer at the police department takes an interest in Annie's concerns, but he feels that Erin has escaped for some time away or for a vacation. Little does he know.
I really liked this novel, and it is a full-length novel. I like the characters of Annie and Erin and Michael, the one policeman who eventually comes around to take things seriously. There is so much excitement in the book that it's very hard to put down. I have another of Mr. Prescott's novels on my Kindle and I'm looking forward to reading that one and others soon. Blind Pursuit gets 5 stars.
Mr. Prescott gives us Erin & Annie, a pair of twins, as the protagonists who face-off against Harold, the antagonist, serial killer. Erin is a psychologist; Annie owns a floral shop.
The book is nowhere near a classic. Actually much of the dialogue is very simple and can be skimmed through. It actually started to become wearisome. Around 2/3 the way through, the author begins putting some nice little surprises and twists into the story. A dry novel re-invents itself and becomes entertaining.
The ending seems it will be predictable. Somewhat true, but there are a few surprises there as well. One part a bit hard to swallow has to do with familiarity. Not wanting to spoil anything I'll not go further on that. You'll know when you get there. It's not Mr. Prescott's best work. But, it's a fast read which is saved by the author's imagination.
This is a fast paced, exciting read. Although it is somewhat dated, it is a taut thriller. The killer is a bit more complex than the usual lunkish brute. He is torn between a desire for redemption and his urge to torture and kill. The law enforcement characters have very little to do and the author wisely avoided letting the Annie/Detective Walker attraction devolve into a tawdry romance. While there are some inconsistencies and technological anachronisms, this novel requires less suspension of belief than the average tv show and is far more engrossing. Good fun for under a dollar.
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Blind Pursuit is filled with relentless tension. I enjoyed the book immensely.Read more