Quinn (Eve Duncan Series #13)

Quinn (Eve Duncan Series #13)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have followed her books for years and loved them. That is why I was so disappointed that she left her readers hanging so suddenly.. She should know by now that a "cheap" trick like this to sell another book is beneath her.. I will read Bonnie just to see how she ends all this (if she really does end it there). But I will be much more cautious in buying any further books...
theReader278 More than 1 year ago
I loved reading this wonderful book! This is my second favourite one written by Iris Johansen. It has a story that keeps you entertained for hours.
Cyndi Divine More than 1 year ago
I am not a huge fan of super natural and was glad this book did not have much in it. However, the ending of this book was terrible. It was like she got tired of writing and stopped. It reminds me of a two part movie. I would have bought Bonnie no matter what, but now I will question waiting on future books. I suggest waiting until Bonnie comes out to read this book. Otherwise you will be disappointed and left hanging.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan stays with her lover FBI Agent Joe Quinn as he struggles to survive stab wounds in the intensive care unit of the hospital following a confrontation with killer Paul Black who remains on the loose (see Eve). While Eve holds Joe's hands, she reflects back to when they first met years ago on a child killer case in which her seven years old daughter Bonnie was abducted and assumed dead by all except her. Obsessed over bringing Bonnie home dead or alive, she risked her life then and has many times since. Eve's adoptive now adult child Jane flies in from London; Catherine Ling meets her at the Milwaukee Airport where she explains how her search for her son began the events that have Joe in ICU. Black insisted that Bonnie's biological dad John Gallo killed his offspring; which Gallo never denied as he is unsure though he wants to believe he would not harm his child. Gallo remains free seeking proof in the Bayou that he did not murder Bonnie while Catherine Ling pursues him. The second exciting Duncan personal suspense thriller rotates the related but not quite linked exhilarating subplots as if the well written book contained novellas since much remains nebulous with the audience anticipating the upcoming Bonnie tale to tie the saga together. Fast-paced even when sitting in a hospital room, fans will relish the middle novel as the key players converge in what so far is a great saga. Harriet Klausner
Nutty4Nook More than 1 year ago
Iris - you are better than this. Great book but a the biggest plot is to put more money in your account. For the cost you could have combined all three books to get to what will hopefully be the ending of the search for Bonnie.
Reader4Lyf More than 1 year ago
At first I thought my nook lost the ending of the book and then realized, "Yes, this is where it ends". How disappointing. Why not just put the last two books together and be done with it? I feel like this is just a money grab by the publisher and author.
Pam Ausmus More than 1 year ago
Disjointed, confusing, boring, totally unbelievable. If this is an example of future books, I will no longer purchase this writer and I use that term loosely. This was no more than an excuse to pad bank accounts. Shame on you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read a dozen Iris Johansen books,and love each and everyone of them. The Eve Duncan Series are by far the best though. Anyone who is a fan will completely agree. I can not wait for July and October for Quinn and Bonnie to come out, they are going to be amazing!!!!!!!
londieFL More than 1 year ago
First of all for those of you who stated that they loved these books; you are insane. This Author is totally off her rockers. The story line is so unbelievable. I have read all of the Eve Duncan's and thought that some of the old ones were better written. I'm so sick of Eve, I've never felt this way about any character. Who the hell is this person that everyone has to protect her. I mean you would think she's the second coming. Iris is so repetitious. She definitly loves the command word NOW! and really do people drink this much coffee. Coffee was referenced 23 times in this book. Ugh!!!! Again we have the weak Navy seal. Lady please make up you mind: is Eve strong or weak. I'm so glad I'm at the end of this series, and hand to the sky if she writes anymore about Eve, I will leave the book on the shelf. This series has gone on way too long. To upbeat this a little. I love John Gallo's character. OMG!!! I better not say that too loud or she'll get stuck in a rut and write 14 books about him. I mean you're not James Patterson. I recommend that if you haven't started this series don't. I have Bonnie to go and I'm dreading it, but atleast I can say that I'm finally done with Eve!!!! Oh wait I'm going to read other authors before I start on Bonnie, as I'm so aggitated when I'm done with these books. I'm an avid reader and love to be part of the Characters, but you cannot with these books, because Eve consumes the universe. Good luck to you poor suckers! Wait I fell for it also. Iris really could have made this one book, GREED!!!!!! NUT CASE!!!!!!
Anna Dockery More than 1 year ago
Will not download. Hope it will load by tomorrow or I want my money back!!
Melvin Harris More than 1 year ago
Crazy price for a Nook book! Hopefully this is a misprint! Keep trying B&N.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been reading the Eve Duncan series for awhile and this book wasn't the best out of the series. I am so sick of everyone trying to protect Eve as if she was this fragile person who shouldn't or couldn't make up her own mind and decisions! I understand Joe Quinn better but he is way too possesive and arrogant for my taste. This story flipped back and forth too much from past to present and the ending was very abrupt. I'm glad I bought the triology (Eve, Quinn, Bonnie) together or I would've been mad at the ending and very impatiently waiting for Bonnie. I honestly like Catherine and John Gallo way more than Eve and Quinn. I believe the author needs to make up her mind if Eve should be meek and needy versus song and independent.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was longwinded. It became a chore to read but the ending picked up the pace very nicely. This long and drawn out trilogy could have easily been contained within one book so I suspect a shameless money-grab by author and publisher resulting in a three-book borefest. Stephanie Clanahan
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This is an excellent read! It kept me turning those pages and left me on the edge of my seat wanting more! Lived this series!
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Phxdame More than 1 year ago
if you aren't famiiar with this series, I don't think this book would make sense and I wish it was a bit longer but otherwise another great book from one of my favorite authors!
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