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Under Suspicion (Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles) Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 2012
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Along with her guardian Will, Sophie sets out to figure out who or what is attacking everyone around her and why vampires seem to be the only ones unaffected.
Sophie Lawson is back in this third installment of the Underworld Detection Agency series and she's got a new job as the head of the fallen angels division. As being the only person at the UDA who has dealt with not one but two fallen angels, the head of the UDA, Dixon has rethought his decision to fire her and has instead given her a promotion of sorts. Except right from the beginning Sophie can tell something is up. The vampires are taking over the UDA slowly but noticeably. Including Vlad who has now become Sophie's boss. Her favorite love-to-hate client Mrs Henderson had disappeared leaving her house in disarray and dragon blood all over the walls. A drowned Centaur is also found at the bottom of one of the piers. Dixon doesn't seem too enthused to go looking for the killer and refuses to connect the two together.
When a banshee client comes in claiming to have been attacked Sophie knows she can sit idly by no longer. She's on her own this time because Alex has left town and won't answer her calls. She becomes dependent upon her guardian, Will to be by her side. Poor Will, I feel kinda bad for him. Sophie is still hung up on Alex and Will is hung up on her. He is dependable though and takes his role of guardian seriously and tries his best to keep her safe.Read more ›
No one at UDA seems interested in the Henderson case or the fact that more demons have disappeared as Sophie fears paranormal ethnic cleaning. However, when someone tries to kill Sophie, her stiff necked guardian Will, peers and management finally take notice.
Jayne's third adventure as the only human at UDA (see Under Attack and Under Wraps) is a fun tale though the non-reaction by the heroine's peers seem unlikely and over the top of the Twin Peaks. The heroine is her usual mix of angst and West Coast shtick as she investigates what is going on amongst the supernatural beings. Fans will enjoy her escapades as she becomes the target of sinister adversaries.
A love triangle forms in Under Suspicion, and I'm not really happy about it. It isn't that I have a problem with love triangles, in fact ones where either choice is equally appealing can make for a great read. However, in this case, the two of the men cannot be described as anything near equal in terms of deserving Sophie. Granted I did get my wish that some sparks would start between Will and Sophie, but I had intended for Alex to be then completely pushed out of the picture. Unfortunately, that just didn't happen and it really frustrated me. I just don't understand what Sophie sees in Alex. All he does is string her along, and it just isn't right. On the other hand, Will has been nothing but supportive of her and while he does chuckle at her antics, he never once patronized her unlike Alex does.Read more ›
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I like the characters. I think there's gold in them, but the plots are so thin you can see right through. But that's still ok for this genre. Read morePublished 18 months ago by ShootNShopGirl
Three books in and Sophie is still running in circles. The first twenty chapters are humdrum. The majority of the book is spent repeating details learned in first two books. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Klynn
Sophie Lawson is settling nicely into her job as the UDA's new head of the Fallen Angel Division. Her newly identified role as Vessel of Souls... Read morePublished on August 15, 2014 by meigan
Definitely better than book 2. The mystery in this book was pretty good, and it definitely kept me guessing. Read morePublished on June 21, 2014 by Laura
Have read them all. The series is entertaining and keeps a good progression in themes building across books, so far.Published on April 20, 2014 by JGoodDay
I enjoy Hannah's light side of action adventure. I do find the accent on female fashion a little obscure, I have to ask my wife about the style. Read morePublished on March 22, 2014 by H Eckles
Oh Sophie....you silly, silly breather, you!
The Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles is a series and as such, I would highly suggest you start by reading Book 1 and... Read more
I am having so much fun with these books...Sophie finally takes a chance with Will and Nina continues her pursuit of ever afterlife love...amusing reading... Read morePublished on February 1, 2014 by Kindle Customer