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Quicksand (Eve Duncan Series #8)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2012

    Pebblepool

    A shecat walked in and gave sand a cold glare and then sat a little way off, waiting. - pebblepool

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2008

    Disappointing at best.

    I have enjoyed Johansen's other Eve Duncan novels, but was really disappointed in this book. The dialogue between Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn was childish and they just went round and round for the entire book. They didn't move anywhere. The plot was an old one. It's time for Johansen to finish Eve Duncan's obsession with finding her daughter's body. It's an old story and once again ended with nothing really happening or being resolved. I don't think I'll read another one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2008

    No talent

    There are few words to describe the lack of writing talent this woman exhibits in this book. I've not read any of her others but if this is an example. I'll pass them all up. I just can't finish it, try as I might. The grammer is poor, Police don't make chalk lines anymore, particularly in dirt and dead men don't bleed. Techinically inaccurate, cheesy, and with poorly written with gratuitious sex that doesn't do a thing for the story. dialogue would be laughable if not so painfully stillted and juvenile.

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