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  • 07 March 2020
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Review ↠ Deeper than the Dead ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Van een cursus bij de FBI krijgt de opdracht de moord te onderzoeken Hij gebruikt een nieuwe techniek het maken van profielschetsen om een theorie over de zaak te ontwikkelen Een strategie waarbij hij zich grondig in de levens van de kinderen moet verdiepen Zo komt hij. Audiobook narrated by Kirsten Potter 35Set in a California town a few hours from Los Angeles in 1985 Hoag s thriller begins when four children stumble upon the partially buried body of a woman while playing in the woods Her eyes and mouth have been glued shut and it s clear she s been tortured As the children s teacher Anne Navarre tries to get them the help they need to process this horror the local police turn to an FBI investigator Vince Leone to help develop a profile of the killerHoag writes a tight suspenseful tale The action is fast paced and I was completely captivated from beginning to end I liked the characters especially Anne and Vince This is the first book by Hoag that I ve read it won t be the last Kirsten Potter does a fine job performing the audio book She has good pacing and enough skill as a voice artist to give each character a uniue voice I particularly liked the way she voiced Anne and Vince

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Review ↠ Deeper than the Dead ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ook steeds dichter bij de jonge lerares die net zo geïnteresseerd is in de recente gebeurtenissen als hij Wanneer er nieuwe slachtoffers worden gevonden beseffen Mendez en Navarre nog niet dat er in hun naaste omgeving een meedogenloze berekenende psychopaat rondwaart. If I had read this book first in the series I would have never read books 2 and 3 Everyone except for three out of the four kids was terrible Every adult was the worst ever I felt like there were just too many characters for you to really focus on I think if Hoag had either stuck with the lead detective to tell her story or switched between him and the FBI profiler it would have worked better Instead we had at least 10 or POVs I think And we had the serial killer plot line the sociopath kid plot line the teacher and FBI agent falling in love the detective trying to run his case the one kid dealing with his terrible mother and absent father another kid dealing with her parents etc Nothing hung together very well IMHOI can t tell you much about the characters besides what I said above I liked the characters of Wendy and Tommy the best Everyone else was awfulThe writing was not typical Hoag either I feel like she was mimicking 1980s thrillerbooks back in the day which is the only way I can try to grasp why there was a lot of misogyny in this book I just felt turned off by the two male leads such as they were for this bookThe flow was pretty bad though I think the main reason was that we had so many POVs and you found yourself or excuse me I found myself getting impatient to get to who the serial killer was and the rest of the book felt like background noise I get why Haog did it though she follows up on two plot lines from this book Wendy and her parents along with the pre teen boy who is a bully and abusive in book 2 I will say that though the setting is the 1980s and Hoag makes a big deal about not relying on DNA evidence this book was pretty weak We don t get to see how not having DNA hampers the case at all The town brings in the FBI to profile the serial killer He is able to put together a pretty good profile of the killer I really did want to see issues like the Kinsey Milhone series does with her having to go and read microfiche she had to go and interview a ton of suspects her having to do a lot of nitty gritty work This whole book was the cops going around and acting like jackasses for the most part to suspects suspects wives and to kids at some points in the bookThe ending was a miss for me I don t know what big takeway I was supposed to get but unless Hoag has another book in the series I don t see what the payoff would be

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Review ↠ Deeper than the Dead ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Chicago 1984 Vier kinderen struikelen in het bos over het lijk van een gedeeltelijk begraven vrouw van wie de ogen en mond zijn dichtgeplakt Vlak achter de kinderen loopt hun lerares Anne Navarre die geschokt reageert op deze ontdekking Rechercheur Tony Mendez net terug. The book took off from the very beginning Every chapter was filled with suspense and drama and honestly I couldn t put the book down I especially loved how Tami Hoag described the characters and their surroundings with such detail I actually felt like I was living in Oak Knoll The book had me guessing who the serial killer was the whole time and just when I thought it was this person new things happen and made me change my mind completely She really did a phenomenal job review link Kasambet in het bos over het lijk van een gedeeltelijk begraven vrouw van wie de ogen en mond zijn dichtgeplakt Vlak achter de kinderen loopt hun lerares Anne Navarre die geschokt reageert op deze ontdekking Rechercheur Tony Mendez net terug. The book took off from the very beginning Every chapter was filled with suspense and drama and honestly I couldn t put the book down I especially loved how Tami Hoag described the characters and their surroundings with such detail I actually felt like I was living Smarter Than Us in Oak Knoll The book had me guessing who the serial killer was the whole time and just when I thought Kadunud saar it was this person new things happen and made me change my mind completely She really did a phenomenal job review link