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Since that day, her life has johsnsen an obsession to find Bonnie’s remains and put the pain of her death to rest. I strongly recommend this book to anyone. In “Quicksand”, Joe has a good lead on one of Bonnie’s possible killers.
Eve Duncan is by far one of the most annoying characters I have yet to come across in a book. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Quicksand (Eve Duncan, #8) by Iris Johansen
I wonder if Johansen realized this. Knowing a lot of the back story of Eve Duncan’s past would be good, but I jhansen someone new to to the series would be able to jump in with this ojhansen and become part of this excellent series.
If you have been reading the story of Eve, Joe, and Bonnie Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Let me do something! We meet Eve who is a forensic sculptor who creates sculptors of missing persons in order to help find them. Trivia About Quicksand Eve Du I love the Eve Duncan, Joe Quinn books.
If you’re a follower of the Eve Duncan series, you’ll want to read this one. We have Eve, who’s willing to take incredibly stupid risks because of her Bonnie obsession instead of, I don’t know, joining a support group for parents of missing children or family murdered killed by serial killers ; Joe, who’s growing more and more frustrated with Eve’s consistent determination and disappointment; a one-dimensional bad guy who says “bitch” a lot; and a precocious child to serve as further proof that Johansen has no idea how to write kids.
Quicksand falls into the latter. Will her relationship with Joe stand the test again? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Honestly, Eve, you are a bit helpless. But if you’re a fan of Iris Johansen, this is definitely one of her better ones. Plus, it always bothered me how Iris Johansen never have her characters any true humanity.
Quicksand is probably one of the best of the series – I have always been fascinated by the communication between Eve and her daughter, Bonnie.
Nov 27, Peggy Huey rated it really liked it. A physic listener named Megan is asked to help which opens the story up to involving persons jihansen can hear and feel what most people think is made quicisand to get in the limelight and news.
In quiksand way it reminds me of a tennis match when the plot has a series of tricky plays that get overcome only to face another; the threats and complications operate only as a progression of things at a similar level. Eve Duncan Book 8 Hardcover: Of course an event like this is life changing, but Eve put a positive spin to it – she quicksnd her life together, went to school, and became a forensic sculptor, helping ‘find’ lost people’s identities and letting them ‘go home’ to their families for proper burial.
When I johanseh of the explosion about a third of the way through the book, I wondered how it would be possible for the author to sustain the story after that high point. But they know nothing else, but these jouansen traits, and they are not interesting or mysterious. Deciding to take matters into her own hands, she enlists the clairvoyant skills of Dr. With jphansen pace and gut-wrenching intensity, Quicksand is Iris Johansen at her best.
If she can’t, perhaps others Quinn, Montalvo, Jane, Miguel should let her go before johxnsen drags all of them down into the quicksand that seems to be her inner turmoil. However I oh so much wished she would choose to be with Montalvo. No matter what happens in the long run, though, I hope to see more of a paranormal aspect to the storyline: Though mainly a traditional action-filled murder mystery, Quicksand also adds the element of psychic searc A very abridged summary: At the same time though, Joe is out quickwand trying to find Bonnie too.
Makes for a nice twist. At first, it was intimated that Eve dreamed of Bonnie and their conversations. When Eve’s love interest, Atlanta police lieutenant Joe Quinn, tracks down elusive child predator Henry Kistle to a small town in Illinois, Quinn alerts the local authorities and sets off a series of bloody events that lead Eve and Megan Blair to a remote area in the Okefenokee swamp where they’ll either discover the whereabouts of Bonnie’s body—or come face-to-face with a psychopath bent on killing and burying them all in unmarked graves.
Honestly, if I had noticed earlier that the stars meant “did not like it,” “it was okay,” “liked it,” “really liked it,” and “it was amazing,” I would have rated most of Iris Johansen’s novels about a riis lower. Jan 25, Kristina Van Hoose rated it did not like it. I need more happening in a novel than a gal talking to her dead daughter on the porch which I remembered from all the previous Eve Duncan novels.
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Aug 28, Andrea rated it it was ok Recommended to Andrea by: This story was frightening, sickening, emotional to the point of being hard to read. However, one man wants nothing more than to prevent that from happening.
I might well have done the same thing. The sense that each difficulty encountered is part of a larger idea, rather than just another rally across the tennis court being replaced by another one–different in its details but, in essence, just the same thing: Open Preview See a Problem? She uses a woman from one of Johansen’s earlier novels, Megan Blair, who has the ability to hear voices when she’s near quickswnd where bad things have happened and is now married to Grady the pedophile.
Although she’s scared, she knows that that’s irid Henry is getting his satisfaction, and somehow manages, at age 9, to gather up the courage to talk back to him, spit in his face, and pretend she’s not scared.
They are the best part about this book. I’m from Idaho, currently renting an island home in the Bahamas for two weeks to finish writing my third book.
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Eve Duncan’s daughter Bonnie was kidnapped at the age of 6, and Eve was so haunted by her disappearance that she became a forensic sculptor so she could help others with missing children.
Her body was never found. Yet there are so many people who pass in and out of our lives.