The Unquiet Mass Market Paperback – Sep 27 2011
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About the Author
J.D. Robb is the pseudonym for a number one New York Times bestselling author of more than 190 novels, including the futuristic suspense In Death series. There are more than 400 million copies of her books in print.
New York Times bestselling author Patricia Gaffney is a six-time Rita nominee for her historical romances, and winner of the Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart award. She worked as a high school English teacher and a court reporter before pursuing a full-time career as a novelist. Ms. Gaffney lives in southern Pennsylvania with her husband.
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First off, as already mentioned, is J D Robb with her story, Chaos In Death. It appears that the book title is derived off her contribution - addictions causing the 'Unquiet'. J D Robb's storyline is, as always, captivating and a true 'Who Dunnit' right to the end, with plenty of suspects to keep the suspense going despite being 'only' a short story. The end of this novella, though, appears a little sudden and short - Dallas does not even break a sweat to get the culprit to own up.
Mary Blayney's 'Her Greatest Treasure' incorporates something of a mystery, but turns out to be more of a romance in the end. Ordinarily, I am not too fond of historical storylines as they inevitably involve a 'damsel in distress who cannot save herself'. This time round, though, I was pleasantly surprised with the heroine turning out to be very independent and neither needy nor demure with a major secret of her own.
From a great treasure, we move on to a psychic and her charges in 'Dear One' by Patricia Gaffney. She is another author I had never come across and her writing, style and ease to read is right up there with the others. And thre is a lovely twist at the end I never saw coming and which I so enjoy and love.
The last two stories are both about ghosts - and yet they are very different.Read more ›
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What can one say about J.D. Robb that isn't praise? She's the best.Published 1 day ago by Joyce McCool