Easy Rawlins Mysteries - Random House - Books
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Fri Mar 18 00:00:00 MDT 2011dbelanger Rating:5.0
i absolutely love these books--can't get enough. if you like to have a good laugh and an easy read, then these are for you. Stephanie Plum is a HOOT!!
Mon Aug 01 00:00:00 MDT 2011johndc Rating:5.0
Plenty of heart healthy and delicious recipes! Easy to make, and with the nutritional info right there, it's no mystery about calorie count, saturated fats, etc. Highly recommend!
Mon Aug 23 00:00:00 MDT 2010wisconsinbookreader Rating:4.0
Good easy read, good series. Just be careful when ordering to make sure it is a hard or soft cover. I was ordering in a hurry and didn't see it was a soft cover book. I could have gotten hard cover for the same to lesser price from another website.
Mon Jan 07 00:00:00 MST 2013tagmouse Rating:3.0
Have never been able to find a word I needed in this dictionary. Was not what I was looking for.
Sat Jan 25 00:00:00 MST 2014huskiedad1 Rating:4.0
Maybe not one of her best...but very entertaining. A fun and easy read.
Sun Jun 17 00:00:00 MDT 2007omatty Rating:5.0
Fun book. This one kept me laughing for days. I've loaned out my copy and sent another to Mom.
Sat Nov 19 00:00:00 MST 2011mkwhite27 Rating:5.0
I have already read this book. I am buying this as a gift. I thought it was hilarious joined at the hip with exciting. The characters are very fluid and easy to accept. I will be definitely reading the previous books since I had such a good time with this one. This was not too predictable...at least the chain of events were not. It was more interesting after each page in one way or another. I liked this one a lot.
Fri Jun 03 00:00:00 MDT 2011sanabena Rating:4.0
This book is very entertaining and an easy read. I enjoy mysteries and this one was interesting with lots of dangerous and exciting moments. Mrs. Pollifax is a smart sleuth and not afraid to follow her instincts. She pegs the right people she can trust and has a sixth sense about the evil that surrounds others.
Thu Sep 27 00:00:00 MDT 2007mariast Rating:5.0
Easy to read and entertaining. I recommend this book. A serial killer you can actually like!
Thu Oct 20 00:00:00 MDT 2011maganacker Rating:5.0
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Mon Apr 21 00:00:00 MDT 2008Rating:5.0
I purchased these Audio CD's to help keep my Grandaughter interest in books. She struggles with reading and is behind for her age. She started out with the CD's and followed along with the books that we had purchased seperately. She played them over and over again. She just loves the stories. Before long I heard her reading the book on her own. I thought it was just from memory, but was quickly surprised that she was reading the whole book . These are all great stories read by the Author of the Books and keep kids very engaged! Since receiving these Audio CD's her reading level has jumped to steps or levels in school. I have already purchased 9-16 of the Audio CD's. Anything that helps children to love reading is a great tool. We have listened to them on short trips and the stories are easy to understand and fun to listen to. They also help you feel like you are part of the story and helping out Jack and Annie to solve the Mystery Adventures!
Fri May 21 00:00:00 MDT 2010betty3334 Rating:5.0
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Sat Dec 15 00:00:00 MST 2007clifclif Rating:5.0
THE PRINT IS A PERFECT SIZE, NO LONGER SQUINTING TO READ WHATS ON THE PAGE I WOULD SUGUEST THIS BOOK TO EVERYONE
Fri May 18 00:00:00 MDT 2007evansmom02 Rating:5.0
Wonderful poetry for your child to grow up to and will also peak your childs' interest in something other than TV!!
Wed Sep 06 00:00:00 MDT 2006packerjjsfam Rating:3.0
If you love Monk and don't mind being able to solve the crime before the book is over- this book is great. Like the Firehouse book, it is too easy to see how the crime was committed.
Tue Nov 18 00:00:00 MST 2008mlashelle Rating:5.0
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Mon Apr 18 00:00:00 MDT 2011snuelken Rating:5.0
You should have seen the look on my son's face when I gave this to his daughter, it was a book we took great joy in when I read to them as children...The best children's book ever!
Sun Jun 21 00:00:00 MDT 2009happyjeep Rating:4.0
If you are a mystery reader and not always into deep, dark stories, this book is very good. Easy to read in a short period of time. The main character is very likable, although quite nosy. I look forward to more books in the same genre.
Tue Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2007Rating:5.0
A Great, Easy, Entertaining read. Worth every penny!
Sun Jun 13 00:00:00 MDT 2010spencerc Rating:5.0
crossword books were received in good time and having to return anything was hassle free.
Fri Aug 02 00:00:00 MDT 2013annecolbert Rating:5.0
Riveting Romantic Suspense is synonymous with Debra Webb's Faces of Evil series. Revenge is no exception. The series succeeds, and only gets better, because Ms. Webb deftly integrates action-packed plots with character-driven plots. Equally important, Ms. Webb's recurring characters are well-developed, likeable, and genuine, compelling the reader to care about them. The main characters are Dan Burnett, Chief of the Birmingham Police Department, and Jess Harris, the Department's Deputy Chief of the Special Problems Unit. Dan and Jess were lovers twenty years ago. Jess, a former FBI profiler, returned home to Birmingham following a botched case involving serial killer, Eric Spears, who still is obsessed with her. Dan now is her boss and her lover. Jess is an acutely intelligent, independent, and driven heroine whose continual determination to do things her own way, even if they are outside of police protocol, drives Dan crazy. Dan always has her back which is not always easy since he is her boss. Dan also is very protective of Jess much to her annoyance. Since her return to Birmingham about one month ago, Jess has dealt with murderers, a serial killer, drug lords, and threats to her life. Nothing, however, prepares Jess for the revelation by Frances Wallace, her favorite high school teacher, now 75, that she may be charged with the murder of Scott Baker. While Ms. Frances and the other widows at Vestavia Village may have had motive since Mr. Baker planned to build a complex that would block the views from their condos, Mr. Baker's past leads Jess's team's investigation in a different direction. Twelve years ago, Scott Baker was one of the Five, offspring of Birmingham's wealthiest and most influential families. The Five ruled high school through cruelty and bullying. Matters became totally out of control when one of the school geeks, Lenny Porter, committed suicide at a pre-graduation party. The Five agreed to keep secret the occurrences of that night. The remaining members of the Five are convinced that an old classmate, Todd Penney, is seeking revenge for the death of his friend Lenny. Jess is not convinced that the killer is Penney. But, as members of the Five are murdered one by one, Jess and her team are intent on solving the case before the next murder. Amidst the frantic investigation, Jess also must cope with the taunting texts and gifts from Spears. Known as The Player to the FBI, Spears makes it clear that he is ready to play the game with Jess. There is sufficient deceit, betrayal, unknown killers, and twists to keep the reader captivated. Ms. Webb effortlessly interweaves the personal and professional lives of the characters. As in each prior book, the characters continue to cope with their flaws, personal growth issues, and intimate relationships at the same time that they are dealing with murder and mayhem. In Revenge, Jess's character evolves more than in any other book. She finally begins to face the demons that have haunted her since childhood. She recognizes that she fears letting people get close to her because there is a risk that she may lose them. Jess questions her personal decisions, embraces the idea of having friends and, most importantly, admits her feelings for Dan. Jess and Dan continue to progress cautiously in their relationship. Revenge is the fifth book in this series. While it is a stand-alone read, the reader may prefer reading the predecessors, Obsession, Impulse, Power, and Rage. I guarantee that if you read Revenge first, you will go back and read the earlier books. There is a reason Revenge received 4 ½ stars from RT Magazine. It is that good. I highly recommend Revenge, and the other books in the Faces of Evil series, to any reader who genuinely enjoys Romantic Suspense, that is, a balance between the two genres.
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