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About the Author
- ASIN : B07L2VDWXK
- Publisher : Grand Central Publishing (August 6, 2019)
- Publication date : August 6, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1831 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 449 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #21,308 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Pallet instead of palate, champing, stamping, wild hares....!!!! And those are only the ones coming to mind right now!!! Editors on drugs??
I read a LOT and I have read several of Sandra Brown's other books and found them mildly entertaining. However, this may be one of the worst books I have ever read in my entire life. Shallow characters, shallow plot ... virtually nothing in this book is remotely believable. It is more like an R-rated fairly tale. Man in search of serial killer, moves in next door to his suspect, meets suspect's wife and they both IMMEDIATELY begin fantasizing about sex with each other ... not so bad, except they fantasize about sex with each other even when in peril (which is often - both the fantasizing and the peril) ... and the peril is shallow as well. The two main characters are being watched over by a Fairy Godmother and when anything goes bad, poof, she fixes it immediately. I found nothing about this book that I liked: The serial killer and plot were totally unbelievable, the (???) FBI agent trying to find him was a sex crazed, on the edge character with few if any redeeming qualities, the wife of the serial killer was a sex crazed as the (???) FBI agent and she knew absolutely NOTHING about her husband's life, but (drum roll) in the end, the serial killer meets his maker, the (???) FBI agent and the killer's wife hook up everywhere, both are independently wealthy and, oh, despite her problems conceiving, he gets her pregnant and they live happily ever after. What a waste of my time and money. Probably won't be reading anymore Sandra Brown books if this is the best she can do.
were unlikeable and the female lead was so weak! There is a cool plot twist at the end....
With a very complex storyline, great dialogue, and a ton of surprises, you cannot go wrong with a Sandra Brown novel. Every time you think they will get a clue or some evidence, it falls through. The killer is chillingly demented. When asked by Drex how his 1st wife died, he carefully said, “in pain”. I really had a hard time putting this book down before the end. Very entertaining and suspenseful!
The object of this pursuit is your typical afternoon, soap heart throb. He’s married to a beautiful business woman, a potential side piece; you get the picture. the perfect set up for his serial killing hobby. Jasper, (the pursued), and his wife become friends with Drex, (part of the plan by Drex to flush him out) and off we go!
Brown does a good job of loading the book with twists and turns. Many are expected and convenient, especially the big ones, but in all honesty, there were some little zingers that totally took me by surprise - right up thru the Epilogue! Great characters, good plotting and quick pacing and expert editing are all factors in why you cannot “Outfox” Sandra Brown from the bestseller list📚