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Log on To Murder

by Rose Carter

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This is the second book in a three-part series. The President is coming to town, and Secret Agent Julia Bukowski is concerned about any potential dangers in the town that can impact this visit. When a local woman, Nancy, is found dead of an apparent suicide (or possible murder?), Detective Ryan Cook investigates the event to determine what really happened. This is the second book in the trilogy, and, by far, the longest of the three, and the worst. I found it interesting that, though Special Agent Bukowski is routinely present in the other books, she is absent for long periods in this one (she keeps contacting Detective Ryan to see how things are going with the investigation in the other books). As in the third book, The Missile, these is a definite element of sex in this book. However, the whole sex angle of this book made little sense and just did not seem to fit, as did the terrorist angle—probably because, while I found the other books well done, this one not nearly as well done. I had difficulty getting through it once I began. I found that the story did not flow very well and did not seem very realistic or even probable. There are a lot of characters popping in and out, and I got a bit confused as to who exactly they were, their roles in the book and what their ideas/parts were in the overall story. I kept expecting the special agent to be in contact with the detective, though as I said, she was absent for long periods. In fact, I almost forgot the whole idea of the President visiting the area, since it was not mentioned very often. A lot of this may be due to the fact that this is a longer book, though this should not have made any difference. I think a good editor might help them get the story out far more smoothly and could help keep the storyline intact. In conclusion, I could not figure out how or why this book was so much poorer that the other two, and I found that having a book such as this in the middle of the other two just did not make sense. I received this from the authors to read and review. ( )
  KMT01 | Jun 12, 2016 |
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