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  1. says:

    35 Stars taken for a wild ride along Route 66 Find Me is O'Connell's 9th installment in her Kathleen Mallory po

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    i think i'm being generous i think this book could easily get two stars and it would be okay yet i loved it for long stretches and got turned off only towards the end still endings count in the mystery genre a book that weaves a very complex web but lets you down at the end is a seriously flawed bookthis started losing me when the intricacies of the plot became so intricate that i started losing the ability to

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    A most excellent 5 star read

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    Although the ninth book in the series it is the first one for me For most of this book I was torn between 4 and 5 stars It has a complex plot well developed characters and a great sense of place Everything that you are looking for in a great mystery So what went wrong? A disappointing anti climatic ending and in a myste

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    O’ Connell has set herself apart as one of the finest psychological crime writers ever‘Love is the death of me’Detective Riker reads the suicide note found next to Savannah’s corpse The gunshot victim is lying in his partner Detective Kathy Mallory’s apartmentIs it a suicide or a homicide? Mallory has disappeare

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    As posted in I got this book as a gift since it is known among my friends that I love Grafton's Kinsey Millhone and Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta So I thought I'd love Kathy Mallory Not I am aware that there is a series of Mallory's adventures I am aware that one needs to read a couple of other books of the series before rendering a verdict However this book alone was enough for me to decide that I won't be reading another book by Car

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    For those of you who have read the previous 8 Mallory novels you will love this one in particular for the new insi

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    Read this through one night and remembered a long time ago my Dad said you can get by with hardly any sleep as long as what kept you awake was a good time I only regretted the lack of sleep a little Mallory elevates her whac

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    Ninth in a series with Kathy Mallory NY detective former homeless waif I prefer to start at the beginning and I heard this wasn't one of the best I will try again Listened to it and found it fairly hard to follow jumped around alot and had a lot of characters may have been easier to follow in written formCaravan of cars with parent

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    FIND ME Suspense US Cont – ExO’Connell Carol – 10th bookPutnam 2006 US Hardcover – ISBN 0399153950 There is a dead woman in her apartment and NY detective Kathy Mallory has taken off in a VW Beetle with a Porche 911 engine to travel old Route 66 At the beginning of the highway the intersection of Adams and Marshall in Chicago lies a body with it’s hand pointing down the road As Mallory is in search of her past her friends Riker

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Leen Mallory who seeks a killer like none she has ever known and a child unlike the others hersel. Ninth in a series with Kathy Mallory NY detective former homeless waif I prefer to start at the beginning and I heard this wasn t one of the best I will try again Listened to it and found it fairly hard to follow jumped around alot and had a lot of characters may have been easier to follow in written formCaravan of cars with parents of missing children drives along Route 66 where dead children are being dug up Killer is part of caravan psychiatric priest knows who he is but wont tell due to confessional Load of crap people keep getting killed it s ridiculous

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On Route 66 as word travels that children's grave sites are being discovered along the road the p. A most excellent 5 star read

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Arents of missing children form a silent caravan They are being shepherded by NYPD Detective Kath. O Connell has set herself apart as one of the finest psychological crime writers ever Love is the death of me Detective Riker reads the suicide note found next to Savannah s corpse The gunshot victim is lying in his partner Detective Kathy Mallory s apartmentIs it a suicide or a homicide Mallory has disappearedIf you aren t acuainted with Kathy Mallory do yourself a favour and change that There has never been a character like her in crime fictionMallory is the most beautiful most heartless most terrifying heroine you ll ever meetUntil the final page of Mallory s last outing Winter House and now in Shark Music O Connell used the enigmatic third person viewpoint She turned us into intruders who watched Mallory Mesmerised voyeurs we never knew what she thought or what she feltDid Mallory in fact feelIn Shark Music we enter her mind and the torment and tension of being there is almost unbearableFar away from New York the corpse of a man lies on Route 66 This road has become a burial ground for a number of bodies all of little girls aged between five and sevenMallory s mother died when she was six She never knew her father She became a street child marked by cold truths and ruinous logic Her chilling manipulation of technology boggles the brain She is literally the ghost in the machineWhy then has she left a paper trail for Riker to followHe knows that she filled her car with fuel in Pennsylvania and Ohio She follows the eerie caravan of parents searching for lost children led by the enigmatic Dr Magritte She finds items belongings to her lost father She looks at photographs of him and sees the electric green eyes that belong to herThis complex novel rips apart the hopes and despairs of lost parents and lost children It enters the place that no human being wants to go EverAnd you know as you read that it can only end in tears And still you readFrom the mystery and malice of Mallory s Oracle to the brain numbing fear in Flight of the Stone Angel O Connell has set herself apart as the finest psychological crime writer everShark Music surpasses all that has gone before It is a masterpieceAmanda PattersonRating 55