Friday, October 17, 2014

My Sister's Grave

My Sister's GraveMy Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

For 20 years Tracy Crosswhite dug into finding the facts about her sister's disappearance. She didnt believe that Edmund House who was convicted of her sister's disappearance and confessed, was the killer. She became a detective in Seattle and spent her life tracking down killers.

Her sister's remains were finally found and Tracy begins the job of tracking the real killer but in doing so, secrets about what happened that night come out - and Tracy finally finds out the truth.

Fast pace and has you turning the pages to find out the cant let it go....

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Parting Shot

Parting Shot: A ThrillerParting Shot: A Thriller by Jonathan Stone

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Ray...Joe....Sam....Tommy........Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer. Way too much time in the mind of one, trying to be one....but is Ray one? And Sam...great way to get rid of a wife. And whats with Tommy, his son, who does not say a word...whats in his mind? And all being tracked by Sheriff Wyatt..who has alot on his mind. A bit draw out for me and not the ending I was expecting. More explaining needed and less getting into everyone's mind....

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Friday, September 12, 2014

I Can See in the Dark

I Can See in the DarkI Can See in the Dark by Karin Fossum

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Riktor, Riktor, the narrator of this book. His life is depressing. He is ordinary, works in a nursing home where the patients have nothing to look forward to other than death. He is compassionate to a point....but still does not like his job. Depressing.....until he is accused of killing one of the patients. Then Riktor continues to tell his story from jail, ...where his story is Depressing.

When I completed this book I just wanted to shake Riktor....and tell him life is full of choices, stop complaining ... you are depressing me.

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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Memory Scents

Memory ScentsMemory Scents by Gayle Eileen Curtis

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

From cover to cover this book kept me turning the pages. We never realize how what we do and say affects the people we deal with. Tim grew up in a house not wanted by his mother and therefore made the choice in his life to become a serial killer. One girl escaped only to later on be confronted by her tormentor. Lives intertwined and secrets came out. You will not want to put this thriller down.

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

I thought I saw....

a piece of nana in my children.  How many times have been looked at our children and/or grandchildren and see something they do or say that reminds you of an earlier generation?  Is it coincidence ? a sign? or something "higher" that is telling us we continue to live in each other.

When my children were first walking (many years ago) it surprised me that sometimes they actually stood up with their hands behind their back.....

A trait my grandmother always had.....and this freaked me out - seeing it in my children.....I still feel it was  a little bit of her handed down into their generation......and thus we continue the chain.  We continue down the line with grandchildren - who love to watch wrestling..because that is what their great grandfather used to do.

There is a little piece of all of us that gets handed down through the generations.
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