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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2009

    Disappointed!

    I have read all of Michele Martinez's books. All are page turners with excellent stories. I hate to put the book down. This was another good book with the exception of the story between the main character, Melanie and her boyfriend, Dan. They worked together. If she writes anymore with this character I hope that she will bring them back togather. The way she went with their storyline in this book was very disappointing. I can't wait to read her next book. But I hope she brings those 2 back together.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2008

    JDO RN book lover

    I have read all of Ms Martinez's books & I feel they keep getting better. If you are looking for a new author to enjoy try her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2008

    Fast paced

    I have been following the series with Melanie Vargas as the heroine. Honestly, I have been enthralled with her chaotic and combustive lifestyle, including her relationship with her boyfriend Dan. Unfortunately this relationship is on hiatus for this book which makes me feel I have somehow missed an entire installation of her life as I was a bit confused by the apparent rift in their lovelife... but it is another gripping story with a great supporting cast- minus the irritating new lawyer Jennifer. She is quite unlikable and although there may be legitmate reasons to feel sorry for her, I didn't. She got off easy- more than we can say for the DEA agent Papo. I hope the series contines and Dan and Melanie pick up their private and working relationship.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    exhilarating tale

    Attorney Lester Poe meets with federal prosecutor Melanie Vargas at the Manhattan federal courthouse where he offers her a deal. His client legendary rapper Atari Briggs is on trial for a murder rap, but offers a DVD of big wig terrorist Gamal Abdullah using Atari¿s yacht to arrange a hundred million dollars a week Afghan heroin shipment to the CEOs of the major American illegal drug empires their payments would go to support the Taliban.. Moments after their meeting and arranging a post trial date, a car bomb explodes killing Lester in front of Melanie¿s horrified eyes. --- Single mom, Melanie knows the explosive image is imprinted on her brain forever especially the man with the ¿prop¿ dog who used a cell phone to ignite the bomb. However, by stepping up Melanie exposes herself as a witness that the assassin must take out. Sleazy Evan Diamond takes over the defense insisting he knows nothing about a deal to hand over Abdullah. Melanie knows that Diamond is pulling stunts, but is more worried that the killer will come for her daughter, her witnesses against Briggs, and ultimately her. --- This exhilarating tale starts off with an explosive opening scene and never slows down whether the plot is in the courtroom (legal thriller) or involving the terrorists (investigative thriller). Melanie is terrific as is the support cast especially a female judge and Susan another prosecutor. Although the storyline is thin, fans will enjoy Melanie¿s efforts to keep her and others alive and should bring in new fans for Michele Martinez. --- Harriet Klausner

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