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The 9th Girl (2013)

by Tami Hoag(Favorite Author)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 2
0525952977 (ISBN13: 9780525952978)
Dutton Adult
Kovac and Liska
review 1: Suspense is the name of the game in this novel. What issues interest you? Bullying in schools? Second marriages? Divorce? Serial killers? Other kinds of murder? Abductions and torture? Homosexuality? Lying? Family relationships? Poetry? Zombies? Yes, and these things and more await you in the pages of this book. And somehow the author ties them together and brings the reader to a satisfying conclusion. Graphic in places (I could have done with less description from the autopsy), and tragically sad in others, it is nevertheless fascinating, seeing how the police reconstruct crime scenes to understand the mind of the killer. Or killers. This book will keep you turning pages. And looking over your shoulder at the shadows.
review 2: This book was a d
... moreiscount read on audible.com. I selected it without knowing that it was 4th in a series, but it didn't really matter. The story was one that kept me listening and eager for the next chapter. I appreciate the way that Hoag was able to write about teenage angst and make it incredibly real. She also wrote the adult characters equally well. I think I will investigate the first three books, too. One item that resonated the most was that the victim in the story had a tattoo that read acceptance and made the story very poignant. less
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I have not read one of her books in a long time. This was good! Hard to put down.
I read it in one go, but frankly, I'm not all that impressed by my having done so.
Fun. Scary. Interesting. The usual quality Hoag. Love her!
Typical detective novel. No real twists and turns.
Good, solid Tami Hoag
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