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Covet (Makedde Vanderwall, #3) If you ve read the preceding two books in this series you ll want to read this one to see how it all pans out for our plucky heroine Moss style is less police procedural andconcerned with the central character self confessed psycho magnet Mak Vanderwaal, who is a fairly thinly disguised alter ego of the author herself Mak is an excellent invention however and is imbued with enough detail to help you care about what happens to her The villain s escape and manipulation of the hapless P If you ve read the preceding two books in this series you ll want to read this one to see how it all pans out for our plucky heroine Moss style is less police procedural andconcerned with the central character self confessed psycho magnet Mak Vanderwaal, who is a fairly thinly disguised alter ego of the author herself Mak is an excellent invention however and is imbued with enou Clearly I am obsessed by Mak 2012 was her year on my bookshelf. A follow on to Fetish this Australian thriller is a good read for those who enjoy stalkers and sexy heroines Set in the world of modelling and written by an ex model it reads as well researched.The plot is tight and nasty, the he This was a playaway recording I was testing out for my mother who is going blind The narrator had a terrible sibilant to her voice and although I tried listening to it several times, just couldn t get past it or the fact that the narrator has a fake Good story A great weekend read, compelling and suspenseful to the end. Actual Rating 2.5 starsThis Book 3 is probably the best book in the series so far, but given that I slammed book 1 and 2 that is probably not a good thing I quite like Ms Moss s writing, so I would like to read a series of hers that does not have a pompous, irritating model as the lead character I have heard that she is writing paranormal now and I think that is probably a better move These books have shown that writing about the world that you know is not always the best path Alas, Mo Actual Rating 2.5 starsThis Book 3 is probably the best book in the series so far, but given that I slammed book 1 and 2 that is probably not a good thing I quite like Ms Moss s writing, so I would like to read a series of hers that does not have a pompous, irritating model as the lead character I have heard that she is writing paranormal now and I think that is probably a better move These books have shown that writing about the world that you know is not always the best path Alas, Moss is no Patricia Cornwell so a change of genre is probably a good thing.My issue with these books has always been the characters They are all unlikeable Mak is just a pompous and annoying character The author is either telling you how brilliant she by quoting her superior IQ or by trying to show you that the rest of the worl Covet sees Makadde back in Australia for the trial of the Stiletto Murderer and this book is another page turner Once again, Mak and Andy Flynn continue to have an on again, off again relationship, making me frustrated with Makadde The prison guard, Suzie, had shown such promise as a character, but she fell flat in the end How an escaped serial killer could easily leave the country I couldn t quite fathom I also foun I would have given this book five stars if only the author would do something better with the Mak Andy relationship or lack thereof She really does not write romance well and after three books I am still Two And A Half Years After Her Ordeal At The Hands Of The Stiletto Murderer , Ed Brown, Makedde Vanderwall Must Face Her Demons Once Again As She Flies Into Sydney For Brown S Trial And Faces Her One Time Lover, The Jaded Sydney Detective Andy Flynn But Days Before The Trial Is Set To Commence, The Unthinkable Happens Ed Brown Makes A Daring Escape, Aided And Abetted By One Of His Warders.


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