J. Lesley

"(Judy)"
(REAL NAME)
 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,104
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (774 of 888)
Location: United States
In My Own Words:
I enjoy being an amateur reviewer here on Amazon and appreciate having the opportunity to be a part of the Amazon Vine program because it gives me a chance to try different genres and find new authors. Thanks Amazon!

Interests
My sweet darlin' and I have been married for 49 years and fully intend to make it permanent! We have traveled extensively and now just revel in staying home with our two German Shepherd dogs.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,104 - Total Helpful Votes: 774 of 888
Tom Clancy: Support and Defend (Campus Novel) by Mark Greaney
It was nice to have this novel step away from Jack Ryan - Junior and Senior - and concentrate on one of the other main characters from the series, this time Dominic Caruso. Even though Dom is officially supposed to be recovering from injuries he received during an assassination raid, what he is really doing is preparing to find the killers responsible and get revenge for the deaths they caused. Once Dominic learns how the former Israeli Defense Forces member was located he won't stop until the traitor who leaked the information is either brought to justice or is dead. From his position as an off-the-books operator Dom is willing to do whatever it takes to avenge the deaths of those… Read more
Close to the Bone: a Theresa Maclean Forensic Myst&hellip by Lisa Black
This was a marvelous story for me. I am always looking for the mystery novel that is written in such a way as to have the characters use a logical progression to find the solution and this book absolutely did that. I become irritated with a novel which presents the problem as Point A and then blithely skips to Point D without bothering to explain to me what method of intuition or rolling of the fuzzy dice allowed the super intelligent protagonist to arrive at their conclusion. This novel shows all the steps toward solving the mystery without becoming mired in tediousness.

Theresa MacLean is the acting supervisor for the Trace Evidence Department of the Cleveland, Ohio, Medical… Read more
White Rabbit by K A Laity
White Rabbit by K A Laity
This book is a mix-up of so many genres it's best to not try to pin it down to just one. If you like humor or mystery or paranormal or crime noir then you will find all of those categories here. Draygo doesn't set out to be funny, it's just that he is often so sparkling with the administration of fairy dust coursing through his veins that anything he says seems like a joke. Of course, at the crux of the matter is his inability to forgive himself for what he did that caused him to resign from the police. No matter how much he plays the fool he can't undo that experience. So, naturally a guys gotta live so he runs a fly-by-night psychic organization inherited from his late Auntie Vera that… Read more