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First Impressions
     

First Impressions

3.4 19
by David DeLee
 

A Thrilling Introduction to the Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter Series

When you're a bounty hunter, making snap judgments about people will often save your life. But what if those first impressions are wrong?

When Grace deHaviland chases a bail jumper to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, a long way from her home turf of Columbus, Ohio, she may

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A Thrilling Introduction to the Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter Series

When you're a bounty hunter, making snap judgments about people will often save your life. But what if those first impressions are wrong?

When Grace deHaviland chases a bail jumper to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, a long way from her home turf of Columbus, Ohio, she may discover the answer -- with deadly consequences.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011442537
Publisher:
Dark Road Publishing
Publication date:
11/16/2010
Series:
Grace deHaviland Short Stories , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
539,185
File size:
496 KB

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Meet the Author

David DeLee is the award winning author of the Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter series, including the novels Fatal Destiny, Pin Money, With Intent to Deceive, and Takedown. David's also written many short stories featuring Grace, most notably Bling, Bling, which appeared in the anthology The Rich and the Dead edited by Nelson DeMille, and Fatal Tryst, an audio version of which is available for free from Crime City Central http://crimecitycentral.com/crime-city-central-no-49-david-delee/ David's other work includes the novel Crystal White which SUSPENSE MAGAZINE called "...a dark portrayal of the evil that men--and women--can do.", the second Nick Lafferty thriller Out of the Game and a collection of short stories called Murder, Mayhem & Mystery: An Omnibus of Crime Fiction. David is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. He holds a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice and is a former licensed private investigator. A native New Yorker, David currently resides in New Hampshire. For more information be sure to check out his publisher's website - www.darkroadpub.com and his website - www.daviddelee-author.com.

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First Impressions 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked the story but it was really short. I read the entire story in 20 minutes! I would read another book from this author. Would love if the bounty hunter got a real book or maybe even a series. I recommend this short story. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A well written full short story. I would have given it 5 stars but it felt lacking somehow. Can't figure out why except maybe felt a little like an advertisement for the book. Thats not bad because at least its a complete story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For me, one trouble with short stories is they're either too long or too short. If they're not very good stories, they're too long, but if they are good, they're too short. I want a novel, at least. Maybe a trilogy, or a never-ending series. After reading Mr. DeLee's "Kickin' It South of the Border," I decided it was one of the too short variety. I simply hadn't had enough of bounty hunter, Grace deHaviland, so I bought "First Impressions." My only problem with that decision was that the two stories together are too short. I want more of Grace. So get busy, Mr. DeLee. Let's make a collection of Grace Notes-even a novel probably wouldn't satisfy me. In the meantime, you readers can at least have two fine reads, then maybe we'll both pester DeLee for a third. A fourth. A ...
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enjoyable story and character - will read more by this author
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I liked this story. I usually read romance but this caught my eye. I am so glad it did. Very good book. Thanks. J..... :-@
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is hard to rate short stories, when the system seems geared to full length novels. One chapter compared to many, causes the shorts to come up well, short. This 70 page story took less then ten minutes to read. It was interesting and well edited, but by the time I got setttled into it, it was over. I will try a full length bookby this author from the library. If it is as good as I think it will be, then I will purchase the rest on my nook. AD
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John Stacey More than 1 year ago
Well written!
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