- File Size: 669 KB
- Print Length: 199 pages
- Publisher: C.J. Graves; 3 edition (April 10, 2012)
- Publication Date: April 10, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007TBWW68
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #928,812 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Crossed: A Jayden Morrow Mystery (Jayden Morrow Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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As for the reviewer who didn't like how the megachurch was portrayed, I think it's an intregal part of the novel. Without that, there is no novel. To think that this couldn't happen in the real world is very foolish. Scandals have happened in megachurches and will continue to happen because the leaders are human beings and they all have failings. Some are just worse than others. Power, avarice, adultery, and drink are the most usual culprits. I would imagine that in this day and age, it will be drugs, too. These failings have nothing to do with the message. The message is true and the flawed one sending the message doesn't make it less true.
I enjoyed this mystery just as much as any mystery by my favorite authors such as Agatha Christie, Amy Corwin, JR Rain, Martha Grimes, Mary Roberts Rhinehart, Jennifer Ashley and on and on. This author is excellent and can tell a very good story. One thing I really did like was her ability to stay in the correct tense. She has a very good grasp of grammer and the proper way to construct sentences. This ability makes for a very pleasant reading experiance. I highly recommend this author and hope to see more Jayden Morrow mysteries in the future. I will certainly get them as they become available and will regard them as a real treat.
The author's writing style works very well for this book. Amusing and down-to-earth, really giving you a feel for the main character. I wish we could have learned more about her background, just because it would flesh her out more as a character. Lots of action. Very nice use of secondary characters.
My only major issue with the book is that the ending seemed rushed. Not the final scene with the killer, but the follow-up where everything was explained. I feel more could have been done to wrap up the story.
I look forward to more books in this series.
You don't want to mess with Jayden. I love strong characters, people who have a solid grasp on life and firm principles. I am a man who loves women who can take on any man physically and win.
The story is intriguing and will keep you guessing. It is one of the few recent books I have read that I purposely stretched out like a special treat.
Get to meet Jayden; you don't want to miss her.
I really like these people, especially the soldier; she is now a private eye, and is asked by her sister to find the murderer of their son's pregnant fiance; he's being blamed for it by the police. Her sister doesn't approve of her independent lifestyle, or that she was active in combat; but she goes to her for help in this situation, and is grateful for it.
None of the editing errors bothered me. I've learned they are a part of the eBook world even though they usually jolt me out of the story.