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Chosen to Die (Montana 'To Die' Series #2)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

14 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Great read. Minor upsets.

First of all....I LOVED the book and it will, as have all Lisa Jackson's books, be kept on my book shelf.
I DO have a question, however. In "Left to Die" at the end of the book, Jillian's attacker, who was originally thought to be the Star Crossed killer, was killed in...
First of all....I LOVED the book and it will, as have all Lisa Jackson's books, be kept on my book shelf.
I DO have a question, however. In "Left to Die" at the end of the book, Jillian's attacker, who was originally thought to be the Star Crossed killer, was killed in a fight with Jillian in the hotel room but in the sequel she is mentioned a number of times as "being in custody" or "being questioned". I thought maybe I misread the first book so I went back and read it again and there is no question Falda was dead as on page 492 the author says "From the glassy stare of Falda's eyes, she knew it was over" and on page 494 Falda's husband says "I'm dying. Falda's gone. She won't hurt you ever again".
Am I losing my mind? Did anyone else notice this?
Also, Elyssa's car is found, and the police talk to her parents, but several chapters later the neither of the cars of the two missing women has been found and the police postpone talking to their parents. And again, Regan's kid is on the ridge watching the tow truck pull his mother's car out of the ravine. Several paragraphs later he spots a tow truck.
Minor details, especially considering what a riveting book it was, but things like this bug me. I also felt Padgett's story was left hanging but perhaps she will reappear in a future book.

posted by Darsey_spudnick on August 28, 2009

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

intriging

This the second book in the series. After reading the first book, I found you don't know who the killer is until you read the second book. Her books are a little like John Grishams. Good read.

posted by 9398399 on December 22, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2013

    Inexcusable

    Poirly written and repetitive, this book and its predecessor could easily have been one book without all the filler. A major rip-off.

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