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Me, Myself and Why? (Cadence Jones) Hardcover – September 28, 2010
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Davidson's odd chick lit thriller cozy, the first in a trilogy introducing Cadence Jones, a federal agent afflicted with MPD (multiple personality disorder), will either delight or horrify. To begin, one must buy into the concept that the FBI would have a covert branch in Minneapolis, the Bureau of False Flags Ops (BOFFO), staffed with operatives like Jones; her sociopathic partner, George Pinkham; and assorted pyromaniacs, kleptomaniacs, and paranoid psychotics. Jones's joking about the various mental challenges of her crew may strike some as creepy in the context of their hunt for the "ThreeFer" serial killer. Meanwhile, Jones's alternating identities hop in and out during the disjointed investigation, creating romantic problems. Davidson (Undead and Unfinished) deserves credit for attempting black comedy, but her paranormal romance fans may be left scratching their heads. 100,000 first printing; author tour.
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Cadence Jones is a member of BOFFO, a division of the FBI that employs the unique talents of psychopaths, multiple personalities, agoraphobes, and other seriously disturbed individuals in fighting crime. Cadence is one of three sisters who share the same body. A virgin, she never swears and is a little on the syrupy-sweet side, but BOFFO does get three agents for the price of one because her sister Shiro, a martial-arts expert, and her sister Adrienne, a total wild woman, live within her and come out when needed. While working on the “Threefer” case in which a serial killer artfully stages trios of victims in obvious locations, Cadence comes to believe the murders are a message to her, even as she thinks she may have found romance with her BFF’s baker brother. Davidson is in fine form with the over-the-top humor and outrageous situations that have made her a best-seller. Best of all, this is a fresh new story with nary a vampire or werewolf. --Diana Tixier Herald
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But this one was so dissapointing and dull I had to look at the first page and make sure that I didn't order by accident someone's else work... Nope, that's her, Ms Davidson.
I didn't have any difficulty keeping track on which one of the sisters was present at the moment, but the story itself, so-called boyfriend (another piece of work), often foolish and timid leading sister Cadence - even Adrienne with her songs was better for me - and plus little to no plot forced me to leave the book unfinished.
The BOFFO IS an interesting idea, with better execution it could become something great! I wish an author good luck with that but I won't be reading next one in the series.
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This book was a DNF for me. I got about halfway through (100 page rule), and then gave up.Read more