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Capture: A Crime Thriller (CJ Sheridan Thrillers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I'm not complaining but if the cards are going to be stacked so heavily against CJ and Mark too, then shouldn't they have been given some sort of physical power to go along with the psychic abilities? A degree of invulnerability only seems fair considering the harm they both come to in these books.
I really really really hope there will be additional books coming in CJ Sheridan and Mark Taylor series!!! Please!!
CJ has already prevented some pretty big tragedies and in Capture he is continuing to use the camera. His actions catch the attention of a bad cop who will do anything to ensure his criminal activities are not revealed.
The pacing is a big part of the success of this story - it builds to a first climax about half way through, the reader takes a little breath and all of the sudden, we are racing toward a conclusion that seems like it can't possibly go right. The fun part about the camera for the reader is that we see the outcome and can't figure out how CJ can possible change it. The pieces the camera provides to CJ (and to the reader) are incomplete and tantalizing. And the ending in definitely not what I expected, though it seemed to be just right for the story McDonald is telling.
The other aspect I love with this series are the characters. CJ is both likable and flawed. He is less introspective than Mark was in dealing with the camera and plunges in more recklessly, even though his motives are always to save people. In many ways he is better prepared than Mark - he's a scrappy fighter and he doesn't have to use trial and error to figure out how the camera works like Mark did, so he is more successful in escaping some of the danger he faces. He has a sweet nature too and it's easy to see why he appeals to his girlfriend Blanche and why he can easily make friends. I think in Capture, CJ grows up and matures a lot by the end. He's facing some serious stuff through out and it's starting to leave a mark on his character (in a positive way) The minor characters, Mark, Jim, Blanche, Jessie and Wayan are well developed and distinct. Jim in particular continues to show the conflict of being a good father and a good FBI SAC.
I probably need to mention there are a few typos, but they are not egregious and did not take me out of the story at all - it's really the only flaw I could see.
For me the hallmark of a great book is not just that I can't put it down, but that I want to read it again and again. Capture is one of those books; its likable characters, twists and turns, and action provide a wonderful emotional roller coaster for the reader.