The Siren

The Siren

eBook - 2010
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When Kimberly Guyver's young son goes missing, DC Gary Goodhew examines her past and that of her friend, Rachel Golinski, and uncovers a pattern of deceit and murder.
Publisher: New York : Soho Constable, 2010
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9781569479070
1569479070
Branch Call Number: PR6102.R83 S57 2010x
Characteristics: 1 downloadable text file

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gloryb
Dec 31, 2016

This author is wordy. However, the reader who stays with the author until past p. 100 will be rewarded with a page turning story. Perhaps the motivations weren't clearfully explained to me at the end, but, no matter, the action and mounting suspense was worth the time reading this second installment of the Goodhew detective series.

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meyoubou
Mar 21, 2013

I thought this was a good solid read. I intend to read all of this author's work. No complaints from me.

JeremiahSutherland Feb 17, 2012

Not as good as Cambridge Blue. The book lacks focus as Bruce tries to give the characters equal time in the spotlight. What actually happens is that no one gets much attention.

Bruce has lots of potential though she lacks the writing chops of more experienced writers.

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pask
Dec 22, 2011

It was ok. I have asked for the first in the series to see if it is any better.

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