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About me

I'm a real laid-back person who loves hanging out at my house away from the stupid, crazy, maddening rat race.

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About my collections

I would ten times rather watch a movie than watch a tv show episode - few exceptions would include Top Chef or Deadliest Catch. I usually get hooked on a tv show because I've watched a marathon. I also like watching forensic or true crime shows like City Confidential, American Justice, etc. I do watch a lot of movies, even if I've seen them before. My favorites are horror or good twist endings.
I've been a constant reader since forever. I love to read. Of course, my favorite author is Steve King. He truly is King in my opinion and heart. Other favorite reads are true crime, serial killer--hey someone has to get killed! and I love those page-turners with a twist ending. I like Jonathan Kellerman, Dean Koontz, James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell, Greg Iles, John Grisham, John Irving....so many more....and I love discovering a new-to-me author. Especially if they have already written a ton of books I can go back and read.


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Too Many Back Stories

Posted : 8 years, 6 months ago on 14 November 2009 05:09 (A review of The 7th Victim (Karen Vail Series))

It seemed like it took forever to get through this book!
The main story is about the "Dead Eyes" killer, a serial killer who mutilates his/her victims and paints on the wall in their blood. The hero/main character is Karen Vail, a FBI profiler.
Karen is in a custody battle with her ex-husband - this creates situations that don't seem believable. The physical fights between Karen and Deacon, her ex are tiresome. When her son is injured, it's unrealistic how she fits hospital visits into her schedule. Also she is falling in love with a fellow officer, finding out about her past, putting her mother in a nursing home and seeing a lawyer regarding the custody of her son - all this during the investigation of the serial killer. Too much blah, blah when there should be lots of action. When I finally got to the action part, it just didn't draw me in or make me turn the pages.
I won't be reading The 7th Victim again.

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