Crimson Lake Road (READ)


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  • Crimson Lake Road
  • Victor Methos
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  • 09 August 2020
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Crimson Lake Road summary ç 8 Victor Methos Î 8 read & download read Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Î Victor Methos Serial killer ex husband to gain additional insight into the crimes and the killer’s motivationsBy the time Jessica realizes that pursuing this case is a deadly mistake it’s too late to turn back Can she catch the killer or will she be the final addition to a killer’s masterpiece. Suspenseful Yes at times Unbelievable Yes at times Yardley as a DA is not the brightest in her profession She so uickly befriends a victim of a crime she s investigating Calls her a soul mate Really I ll give this read three stars There s not much else I can say or else I will interject spoilers I m shaking my head Thank you Netgalley and Thomas and Mercer for this ARC in exchange for an honest review L'anthropologie face aux problèmes du monde moderne or will she be the final addition to a killer’s masterpiece. Suspenseful Yes at times Unbelievable Yes at times Yardley as a DA is not the brightest in her profession She so uickly befriends a victim Gory Tales Autobiography of John Gorman of a crime she s investigating Calls her a soul mate Really I ll give this read three stars There s not much else I can say Be A Poet or else I will interject spoilers I m shaking my head Thank you Netgalley and Thomas and Mercer for this ARC in exchange for an honest review

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Crimson Lake Road

Crimson Lake Road summary ç 8 Victor Methos Î 8 read & download read Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Î Victor Methos Bestselling author Victor Methos’s acclaimed series continues as prosecutor Jessica Yardley races to catch an art obsessed serial killer before she becomes his next masterpieceRetiring prosecutor Jessica Yardley can’t turn down one last investigation This time it’s a set of murder. I was drawn to this a genre I don t usually choose because the descriptor intimated the element of art This was a plot point early on but it didn t overcome the book s deficiencies I found it amateurish in approach and gratuitously gory and since I do not read thrillers involving harm against children and was misled re the content gave up

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Crimson Lake Road summary ç 8 Victor Methos Î 8 read & download read Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Î Victor Methos S inspired by a series of grisly paintings called The Night Things She’s the only one who can catch the killer who’s left a trail of bodies in a rural community outside of Las VegasBut the Jessica finds out the less clear her case becomes Out of options she’s forced to consult her. Guys I love a thriller Legal thrillers Yes even love for those This is my first Methos book and when I started it I didn t realize it was number two in a series I wish I d known that before beginning because I enjoy reading a series in order That said it did okay as a standalone although some things make sense now knowing there was a book before this oneJessica Yardley is a federal prosecutor who gets involved in one last case before retiring and moving far far away Her past has earned her the right to choose a much different kind of life and she s ready for it When this last case comes to her attention she wants to help prepare her replacement before boarding her plane to a new life but in doing so gets pulled into a serial murder investigationYardley is smart woman and I like the way she handles herself However and because of her intelligence and integrity I found it difficult to believe she would befriend a victim in the case she s putting together for prosecution This is a major plot point that didn t work for me I just didn t believe it would happen Don t get me wrong I am well aware of professionals that cross lines on a daily basis Unethical practices are overlooked all too often I just didn t want her to be one who would participate She says there are no legal rules against being friends with a victim but I think it s still out of character for her to put herself in that position Yeah she s lonely I get it But she s also getting ready to move and start a new life It doesn t fitTara Yardley s daughter is a bold character Without giving away too much of the plot she s a mix of highly intelligent and immature She s a savant and could in later books be an integral part of an investigative team with her knowledge and skills Right now though she s making some ridiculous choices Not only that but Yardley doesn t step in when she should and that bothered meOverall the story is good I can t help but think that it s a second or third draft that an editor isn t uite done with For example in the first chapter a sheriff and FBI agent are at a crime scene Methos writes That he barely glanced at the body was no surprise Baldwin had long known Garrett a former army drill instructor and now a veteran homicide detective with the Clark County Sheriff s Office to be unresponsive to horrific crime scenes Okay not bad but this is the kind of sentence an editor would break down and make clearer Also these two characters are introduced in the first two paragraphs of the book with their names and titles and it was a bit listy for me it was as if Methos were checking off his list of characters which is an amateur moveThere are other issues such as the line Some kids came in probably no than thirteen Thirteen kids Or kids who are no older than thirteen There were stereotypical lines in dialogue like the line Them models is screwed up something fierce said by a guy who lives in a trailer park Methos also talks about OCD which seemed a bit like a crutchThe person I wanted to follow the most was the defense attorney Dylan Aster As soon as he appeared in the book the momentum changed His style dialogue and storyline are much compelling to me than the other characters In my opinion Methos has much fun writing Aster than Yardley There s an ease in the writing that isn t there when he s writing Yardley In fact the biggest problem I had with the book was the plot line For me Aster s chapters would have been a stronger starting point The way the story reads Aster doesn t come in until halfway through the book and it made it seem like a separate story It was almost as if the first half was a long preface Again this is something an editor should spot and help reworkPerhaps if I d read the first book in the series some of these issues would be resolved I would give this book two stars if it weren t for the second part of the book Aster makes it worth it for me so I ll give it three


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    Crimson Lake Road (READ) Victor Methos Î 8 read & download review Crimson Lake Road I enjoyed this one overall but felt I should have enjoyed it It was nearly a great read but too many oddities in it for me to rate it higher Jessica Yardley is a prosecutor who plans to retire early The cases have taken their toll on her and she wants out She has already arranged to move away from Las Vegas to a small town a couple of hours away where she will set up a small one woman law firm to practice everyday law She gets drawn into on

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    Crimson Lake Road (READ) Book Review Crimson Lake Road Desert Plains #2 by Victor MethosPublished by Thomas Mercer on February 9 202145 Stars After the incarceration of her ex husband convicted serial killer and prodigious artist Edward Cal in Desert Plains Book 1 Jessica Yardley Assistant US Attorney for the District of Nevada fed up and burnt out decides to call it uits and move on out of Sin City to the outskirts as a solo practitioner Her no

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    Crimson Lake Road (READ) Guys I love a thriller Legal thrillers? Yes even love for those This is my first Methos book and when I started it I didn’t realize it was number two in a series I wish I’d known that before beginning because I enjoy reading a series in order That said it did okay as a standalone; although some things make sense now knowing there was a book before this oneJessica Yardley is a federal prosecutor who gets involved in one last

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    Victor Methos Î 8 read & download read Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Î Victor Methos Crimson Lake Road (READ) Suspenseful? Yes at times Unbelievable? Yes at times Yardley as a DA is not the brightest in her profession She so uickly befriends a victim of a crime she’s investigating? Calls her a “soul mate?” Really? I’ll give this read three stars There’s not much else I can say or else I will interject spoilers I’m shaking my head Thank you Netgalley and Thomas and Mercer for this ARC in exchange for an honest review

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