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Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (13 of 16)
Location: Modbury, Devon United Kingdom
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,243,738 - Total Helpful Votes: 13 of 16
White Mountain by Sharon Sala
White Mountain by Sharon Sala
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good easy read, 23 July 2003
This is my first book I have read by Sharon Sala and I look forward to reading more. The story is a about what would seem to be nice elderly doctors helping couples realise their dream of parenthood. However the way they go about it is a little creepy. Elvis' appearance towards the end however did raise a smile.
Sharon Sala has a very easy to read style, certainly a good novel to take on holiday.
Bare Bones by Kathy Reichs
Bare Bones by Kathy Reichs
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Bare Bones is another brilliant insight into the world of forensic science. Kathy Reichs once again uses her knowledge to create an intriguing mystery involving the deaths of a newborn baby, smugglers and even wild animals. What the reader learns from these stories would normally only be learnt in a college lecture room, yet she writes in a way that is easy to read and understand. The interesting facts elevate the books to a much higher plane than ordinary crime novels. This story also involves the developing romance between Tempe Brennan and Andrew Ryan. I cannot wait to read the next book to see what happens next.
The Lake House by James Patterson
The Lake House by James Patterson
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Lake House, sequel to When the Wind Blows is another brilliant and imaginative story from James Patterson. How does he do it? He manages to write stories of such diversity, from the detective novels such as the Alex Cross investigations, to the heart rending love story - Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas and even the mediaeval mystery of The Jester.
The Lake House tells of what could possibly happen when genetic engineering goes beyond the norm. We have the very likeable heroine Frannie O’Neill and the intriguing children, and the romance begun in When the Wind Blows progressing between Frannie and Kit Brennan. James Patterson’s style of writing flows superbly, it… Read more