Twenty Seven Bones (E.L. Pender #3)
The brilliant author of Fear Itself pulls readers into an intricate web of ritual killings orchestrated by an evil pair of murderers who always manage to be one step ahead of the law.
Former FBI Special Agent E.L. Pender may be retired, but he jumps at the chance to help solve a particularly gruesome series of crimes in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
This is no ordinary case,...more
Although I found the action and thinking scenes well done, I sort of felt ... well, detached (for lack of a better word), as I read it. Okay, the plot I think, isn't terribly original, but the way it came about was.
But none, and I mean none, of the characters jumped out at me or stayed with me once I finished the book, and that includes the main character, Edgar Lee Pender. I didn't feel any of them are worth reme ...more
The novel is situated on the island of Saint Luke, which is a fictional composite of three U.S. Virgin Islands; St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John. From the very beginning of the novel, the reader is informed who the killers are and their particular motivation for their dreadful atrocities. Draw ...more
This book has a mile of characters that only digs about an inch deep. Having a wide variety of characters isn't inherently a bad thing, but I felt like I did not get to know any of them, nor did their personalities seem to hold any interesting benefit to the plot (there's a little boy who was born with no arms, and it had nothing to do with any ...more
I'm gonna have to find some more books from this author.
I have a hunch, .... so did quasimoto get lost paraphrased of course
this was just stupidly whacked the characheter were old and very very stereotypically crack pots. the ending surprisingly wasn't all that bad. still sucked
oh and memo to myself very very weird smut stuff not interesting at all.