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Left for Dead (Ali Reynolds Series #7)

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Shoot to Kill

The Ali Reynolds series usually has the protagonist solving some kind of mystery, but in addition to the whodunit, this novel begins with two attempted murders. First is Jose Reyes, a classmate of Ali’s when she attended the Arizona Police Academy, who was shot in the ...
The Ali Reynolds series usually has the protagonist solving some kind of mystery, but in addition to the whodunit, this novel begins with two attempted murders. First is Jose Reyes, a classmate of Ali’s when she attended the Arizona Police Academy, who was shot in the stomach while on a routine traffic stop. The second is a young girl who ran away from home years earlier, left to die after being tortured and raped in a part of the Arizona desert where illegal immigrants cross over from Mexico.

Both victims end up being medivac-ed to the same hospital in Tucson, and Ali and another classmate go to the hospital to help Jose’s pregnant wife and look after their two daughters. Meanwhile the redoubtable Sister Anselm acts as patient advocate for the other victim. And there the plot is joined and the action moves forward.

The novel is a mixture of sleuthing and human emotion, and in the author’s capable hands neither becomes maudlin or overbearing. The story moves forward at a fast pace and is brought to a conclusion with a completely unpredictable twist.

Recommended.

posted by tedfeit0 on June 22, 2012

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  • Posted March 17, 2012

    With quite a few story lines going on at the same time, from the

    With quite a few story lines going on at the same time, from the beginning the reader is swept into a world in Arizona where a small town is hit with murders and mayhem. The true adventure is trying to find out where all the stories will connect and who is at the center of it all.

    At the center of it all is Ali Reynolds who is trying to get to the heart of this town's problems and find out why people end up dead, shot or badly beaten. A cop, a missing girl and the local postman are all involved with the drama the town is having to get to the bottom of. I have said this many times, but I can not reveal the whos and the whats because this is so worth the read!

    This review is short and to the point - I loved it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2014

    Must Read!!!

    This book was fantastic as are all of JA Jance books!!! If you are a fan of series, lovable characters, great flow and story you must try #1 in this series (Ali Reynolds) and then try
    The Seattle based homicide detective JP Beaumont and the Arizona sheriff JoAnna Brady's story...any and all are fantastic and once you start the. You can't stop!!!

    I would recommend JA Jance books to any and all!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2013

    To "Bad".

    How do i break this to you as kindly as posable... YOU SUCK!!!

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  • Posted January 15, 2013

    In Jance¿s mystery novel, Ali Reynolds is contacted by a former

    In Jance’s mystery novel, Ali Reynolds is contacted by a former Arizona Police Academy classmate regarding an incident involving another former classmate who has just been gun downed and left for dead. Initially, circumstances point to an association with one of the drug cartels. But as the scene of the crime is processed, it becomes clear there is much more to the story. With a need to pay it forward, Ali finds herself at her fallen friend’s bedside where she encounters an unidentified young woman, who had been raped and beaten. Determined to ensure that justice is served, Ali sets out on a mission to zero in on the truth regardless of the consequences.

    Never a disappointment, the book starts fast and keeps going to the climax. An exceptional addition to the Ali Reynolds series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2012

    Echo

    Transforms slaming her fist into the tree beside her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2012

    Wonderful

    All of ja jance's books are fabulous buying it from barns.and noble would be dumb get it from the library yet i highly recomend them especially the ali renolds series they are the best

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2012

    Top flight

    I raarely give a novel a 5 star but this earned it. The sheer balancing act of stories and characters wrapped into one tale is imptessive.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2012

    BEST EVER

    I HAVE READ ALL OF JANCE BOOKS AND THIS ONE WAS SPECIAL TO ME. IT HELD MY INTEREST FROM START TO FINISH. THE CHARACHTERS WERE INTRODUCE AND WERE EASY TO KEEP UP WITH. THE PLOT WAS WELL THOUGHT OUT. THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST NOVEL JANCE HAS WRITTEN. PLEASE LET'S HAVE MORE LIKE IT. LOVED IT....

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