|Print List Price:||$14.99|
Save $14.00 (93%)
The Eyes Die Last Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
Ms. Riggs also got many little things wrong. Like calling the top of a car a hood. It’s a roof (or top when the car is a convertible). Or calling a car seat a chair. Yes, these are petty things but when I spot things I know the author got wrong (like things relating to cars), I wonder how many things I know nothing about did the author get wrong, too? It’s especially galling to see errors like this when a few seconds research could have prevented them.
Ms. Riggs handled the mystery plotline well, playing fair with the reader regarding revealing clues to the killer. She didn’t do as good a job with the romance plotline. It lurches forward step by limping step instead of flowing smoothly like the murder story.
This e-book had a host of production errors, too – mostly in layout. Come on, Amazon. Things like this shouldn’t be happening after all this time.
I’ll read more in this series, but only if I run across them. I won’t actively seek them.
romance. The plot has as many twists and turns as it does viable
suspects. This is keeping veteran Detective Wilder “ Wild Thing”
James and his partner Detective Kennedy O’Brien very busy
following all the subtle clues. These two work well together and
you will enjoy their back and forth their bantering. The suspense
keeps you page turning so you will want to make time to be able
read in one sitting.
The two detectives would make a great series plus some of the
secondary characters Teri Riggs has in this book. Great read!!!
As the crimes accelerate with no real leads, Kennedy and her partner, Detective Wilder James, get mixed up with some of the more interesting of Vegas’s street people and assorted characters. And then there’s Nick Campenelli, the gorgeous guy running for mayor of Las Vegas who’d like to be running for king of Kennedy’s heart. Kennedy's not interested in a relationship. Her job is all she needs. So why does her pulse start racing every time she’s near Nick? This is a complication Kennedy doesn't need, especially in the middle of a murder investigation.
The Eyes Die Last is a great cop story. It has lively characters, a good solid murder mystery and a new, believable heroine in Detective Kennedy O’Brien. If you’re a fan of police stories and/or murder mysteries, this story will leave you wanting more.
The author takes the time to build up each of the major characters so you can get to know them and empathize with them. Strong characters that have human flaws that makes it easier to identify with them. Bring on more of these books.