Tuesday, August 23, 2011
What I Read #60
Bloody Mary by J A Konrath: Jacqueline Daniels, officer with the CPD, is again faced with finding a psychotic murderer who is wreaking havoc on the city of Chicago. Enlisting the help of her partner, Herb Benedict, Jack begins the manhunt. When tragedy strikes very close to home, Jack is bound and determined to find the killer. While trying to do her job, she is also trying to get her love life in order, and deal with her mom, a former cop herself.
Told in a manner that will bring smiles to your face, even a laugh now and then, this story is still a spellbinder, and some passages are not for the faint-of-heart.