Josephine Myles

"Jo"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 99% (107 of 108)
Location: Somerset, UK

 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 252,509 - Total Helpful Votes: 107 of 108
Duragadget Genuine Leather Case & Cover With Stand&hellip by DURAGADGET
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Great until it broke, 4 May 2012
If you'd asked me about my Kindle case just a couple of weeks ago, I'd have said it was great. Love the way it could double up as a stand and it seemed well made. However, in the past week both the leather hinges have disintegrated. I do use my Kindle daily, but I haven't subjected it to particularly hard wear as it mainly stays in the house. I've been using it for about nine months now, which is good but not really good enough.

I think Duragadget need to look into a stronger material for the hinges - the rest of the case is in perfect condition still.
Body & Soul (PsyCop Book 3) by Jordan Castillo Price
Body & Soul (PsyCop Book 3) by Jordan Castillo Price
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Body and Soul opens with a Thanksgiving dinner with Jacob's family, and despite the comic tone of the scene, Vic's panic attack illustrates just how difficult he finds it to interact like a normal person. Indeed, given what we learn about his upbringing it's amazing he functions as well as he does. There is plenty more of Vic's trademark neuroses as he gets to grips with his new NP partner Zigler. Meanwhile, Vic and Jacob are having problems finding anywhere to live that suits both of them.

As always, Jordan's writing is superb - I was drawn completely into Vic's world and shivered in the Chicago snow as he tracked down ghosts in alleyways. Good thing there was some smoking hot… Read more
Criss Cross (PsyCop Book 2) by Jordan Castillo Price
Criss Cross (PsyCop Book 2) by Jordan Castillo Price
5.0 out of 5 stars Creepy and thrilling, 12 Mar 2011
A very enjoyable second installment in the PsyCops series, set just a few weeks after the first when Vic and Jacob's relationship is still in its early stages.

There were times when Vic's self-pity really started to grate on me, although I could see from the further details given about his past that he has reason for feeling this way. Also, the strange increase in his receptiveness to the dead must be downright freaky, combined with health worries and some rather unsettling behaviour connected with the title (but I won't give you any spoilers).

However, the story really got under my skin, and I can recommend it as a compelling read with some genuinely creepy moments… Read more

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