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I agree with some reviews that Lacey's job was only in play for a chapter or two. Jack enters the picture as a owner of a building where Lacey's friend, (who was abducted by a serial killer) skeleton shows up. These two are thrown together. Brody, a brooding good looking ex-boyfriend now friend is thrown in the mix. An ex husband with an axe to grind, a killer that is dead resumes killing people. You have suspence, romance, drama and lots of action. What more do you need in a book. I had a few issues with all the references to real serial killers but still a good read. I felt the end wrapped up rather quickly. It could have used a bit more suspense there. Lacey at times struck me as TSTL. The killer's after her and of course she's not going to go into hiding...go figure. Still a good book.
ok...so far so good. I have a Chihuahua that had a stroke 2 years ago and has a pronounced limp due to paralysis in her front leg and basic right side weakness. Even when using the liquid flea topicals, she would always bite right in front of her tail and I could tell she was miserable. So I thought I'd try this to give her hopefully relief. She has been able to lay still without constantly trying to reach back and chew at her back or try to scratch which was next to impossible due to her partial paralysis.
I bought this book for my 10-year old daughter, but my policy is that I have to vet what they read first, so I read it before giving it to her. I must say that I really enjoyed this story. It's quite in line with my Christian values and what I want my kids to learn. I had such a ball reading it that my daughter kept asking me when she could get her own book! She no doubt wanted it more when she saw how much fun I was having reading it.