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Dead Speak (Cold Case Psychic Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 263 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 14 in Cold Case Psychic
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- File Size : 911 KB
- Publication Date : January 9, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 263 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- ASIN : B07769VFJR
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #73,586 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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First of all, the dialogue, I don't know any men, gay or straight, who talk to each other the way these main characters do. And after only one kiss, they are now talking all lovey-dovey to each other with pet names. And what is with all the eye-rolling, chuffing, and eyebrow waggling? Again, no men I know go around waggling their eyebrows at each other, regardless of their sexual orientation.
And the plot holes! After the psychic interviews the spirit of the murder victim, who gives them the mysterious one word clue, the policeman goes into a two hour temper tantrum. Um...why? And why does the Boston police department allow married and/or divorced detectives to work in the same office with each other? The two main characters talk about their intimate sex lives in their car, knowing that the conversation is being recorded for their reality show.And of course we know who the murderer is as soon as the psychic meets him, because he gives off such evil vibes, and acts like a total jerk in his workplace, (why does he still have a job?). The main characters are being shadowed by an entire television crew who is filming them for a reality show. Except the entire crew mysteriously disappears just in time for the climactic kidnapping scene (in the middle of a POLICE STATION!) with no explanation. I would have thought that the author of a M/M romance would be sympathetic to the gay community, and yet she perpetuates the stereotype of gay men as pedophiles. I know the author is a woman, but her portrayal of gay men is just not believable to me. Maybe do some homework and spend more time in the gay community? Maybe it was my mistake thinking that as a gay man I was the target demographic for this book. Perhaps it is written solely for straight women.
Overall, great start to a new series ... Book 2, which I've started, refers back to an old 'haunting' of Tynneson's so it should be interesting. Glad the series sticks with the original M/Cs as I'm tired of books that get you involved with good characters and then, move on to others ... I like sticking with those I've become 'fond' of. Keep up the good work, Pandora!
One thing I didn't love was the TV story line. I thought that it really didn't add much to the story, and had more loose ends with it. It felt like it was just an extra plot thrown in with no real meat. I hated Ronan's ex-husband, and couldn't really see what it was that he saw in him. The mystery was a bit complex, but I figured out who did it much earlier than Tennyson and Ronan.
I am glad there are many more books in this series, because I absolutely loved these guys, and I can't wait to read more about them. I listened to this as an audio book, and Michael Pauley was brilliant. He really brought Ronan and Tennyson to life for me.
Narration: I alternated between reading this book and listening to the wonderful Michael Pauley narrate the story. Michael Pauley did a fantastic job narrating, and really brought the characters to life.
Overall Rating: 3.85 Stars. This was close to a 4 Star read for me, but the pacing of the story felt a little off for me. However, I did enjoy the characters and overall had fun reading the book.