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Don't Look Back: A Novel
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on October 17, 2010
Don't Look Back

By Lynette Eason

This book is definitely a true mystery thriller!! It kept me engaged from beginning to end, trying to figure out the clues being given to solve a mystery of the most serious kind.

The main character, Jamie Cash, a forensic anthropologist, survived a kidnapping, meant to end in murder, twelve years ago. She survives , after much therapy, making a life for herself, although it is a haunting one, always looking over her shoulder in fear. Jamie continues to be a success in her job, however, after all this time, signs start appearing that her attacker is back and ready to finish the job he started many years ago- this all takes place, just as Jamie is feeling that she is finally confident enough to have a close relationship with a man.

How will she escape a second time? The facts leading up to her discovery that he is still around are puzzling and intriguing. Definitely not for someone who does not like visual attack scenes. At times, your heart almost stops with the suspense that is filled with gritty realism. This book is one that can NOT be put down until the crimes are solved and I could NOT figure out the answers until they struck me in the last page of the book.

"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.. Available now at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing House."
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on October 12, 2010
Lynette Eason introduced us to Jamie Cash in Too Close to Home, the first book of the Women of Justice series. I've been waiting to find out how this story was going to turn out since reading Too Close to Home.This story is full of twists and turns. I was surprised several times, and every time in a good way. Lynette's writing is fun to read, and draws you in. The plot keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat, trying to solve the mystery before it's too late. This book is not for the faint of heart. Lynette isn't afraid to put her characters in very difficult and even deadly situations.

I recommend this book to those who enjoy edgy crime fiction with a hint of romance. I would suggest that you also read Too Close to Home, the first book in this series.

Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
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on May 28, 2013
DO NOT PUBLISH THIS WAS AN ERROR - THE COMMENTS BELOW REFER TO"TOO CLOSE TO HOME" I can't get out of this site. SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION

While I enjoyed reading this book, I found it a little confusing when reading about a certain situation with specific characters then suddenly find the next line takes you to another place and situation. You did'nt know who was speaking or what was going on until you read further. There needed to be better division between paragraphs/chapters.
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on August 6, 2014
Good Book! I had to get the next book in the series!
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on December 14, 2014
Cover looks cheesy, but this is a good book .
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