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Mission Canyon


Evan Delaney, novelist and legal go-fer, is dressed as Diana Ross in order to crash a fancy-dress party and serve a summons, when she hears that ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000

Strong female lead/Terrific writing

by a4naught on Nov 20, 2007

This is the second book featuring Evan Delaney, the J.D. writer turned freelance investigator...sorta. This tough, smart, funny, stubborn female investigator discovers that the man who put ran her love down and put him in a wheelchair, is back in town from being on-the-run, and she is not going to let him disappear again before trying to drag him to justice finally. Nothing is that easy--or straight forward--though, as it turns out. Intelligent, fast-paced, funny and unpredictable twists make this series a really fun and worthwhile read. Stephen King's rec in EW a while back was right on the money, as each book in this author's series is a taut and thrilling ride with cast of characters that is as varied as life, and then some. This is not just another throw-away pot boiler. The plot seems to mutate even as you think that you understand what or who is responsible for the wreck that changed a man's life forever. A real page-turner that runs the gamut of emotion from raw and deep through crazed and maniacal, without missing the humor or bizarre throughout. Highly recommended for those who love a good thriller/mystery, with plot twists and intrigue to suit the most jaded reader. A real treat.

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