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  • Paperback
  • 406
  • Devil's Claw
  • J.A. Jance
  • English
  • 14 March 2020
  • 9780380792498

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review Devil's Claw Devil's Claw Summary º 6 Joanna Brady is focusing on the last minute details of her upcoming wedding In this latest outing in Judith Jance's Brady series the connection. I love Joanna Brady It is like visiting old friends The characters are so realistic The overbearing mother pushy reporter and adorable daughter If you want a mystery with hardly any bad language and not too graphic this is a great series

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Devil's Claw

review Devil's Claw Devil's Claw Summary º 6 A missing teenager and an octogenarian found dead of apparently natural causes are pretty run of the mill cases in Bisbee Arizona where Sheriff. First book I read by this author but I wouldn t recommend it The action at the beginning was promising but the middle was boring Side story lines were uninteresting and really added no value to the book Finally a little action at the end but the capture of the killer is barely mentioned Don t bother with this book

J.A. Jance ´ 6 Read & Download

review Devil's Claw Devil's Claw Summary º 6 Between the two events is a thin one In the author's capable hands however it's enough to drive this well plotted mystery to a credible conclusi. Part of the sheriff Joanna Brady series I really enjoyed the interaction between Joanna her future husband and her daughter from her first husband who was killed in the line of duty Also the dynamics between her mother ex mother in law and future mother in law And a disagreeable suspect who was upset because her father did not leave her his estate when he died Some of those distracted from the main mystery which was an ex con being released from prison ending up murdered The drama among the families were just as interesting as the main story maybe so That is not usually the case in one of these books but sometimes the story line is not as strong as the JP Beaumont series I keep reading though because I like the setting and the small town aspect of these stories