Ashes to Ashes

Ashes to AshesDe Pers Heeft Hem De Cremator Gedoopt De Moordenaar Die Rondwaart In Minneapolis En Zijn Slachtoffers Verbrandt Hij Laat Niets Anders Achter Dan As En De Zekerheid Dat Hij Opnieuw Zal Toeslaan Als Het Derde Slachtoffer De Dochter Van Een Vooraanstaande Miljardair Blijkt Te Zijn, Wordt De Jacht Op De Cremator Pas Echt Geopend Bovendien Is Er Deze Keer Een Getuige Een Zestienjarig Meisje John Quinn, Speciaal Agent Van De FBI En Bekend Om Zijn Feilloze Instinct, Wordt Naar Minneapolis Gehaald Om De Zaak Zo Snel Mogelijk Tot Een Goed Einde Te Brengen Daar Krijgt Quinn Te Maken Met Ex FBI Agente Kate Conlan, Die Nu Hulp Verleent Aan Slachtoffers En Getuigen Van Misdrijven Ze Neemt Het Meisje Onder Haar Hoede En Staat Haar Bij Tijdens De Verhoren Maar De Angstige Tiener Zwijgt In Alle Talen Over Wat Er Gebeurd Is Samen Met Quinn, Waarmee Ze Een Pijnlijke Geschiedenis Deelt, Moet Kate De Moordenaar Zien Op Te Sporen Want Zij Is De Enige Vrouw Die De Cremator Kan Stoppen 3.5 wish it could have been better stars.I wish I could have given this book a higher rating I think I have been spoiled by SB and her suspense books This was well written but, to me, it could have been about 30% shorter Way too long, way too many details in the first half of the book Not enough time with Quinn and Kate Some killers are born Some are made I will try from this author Maybe check out a shorter book the next time.The series is called Kovac Liska based on two police Sergeants in the novel I liked both of those characters and would be i
FINALLY Back to reviewing following a long absence due to a difficult pregnancy and a huge bout of newborn induced sleep deprivation I haven t had much of a chance to do anything except rock a screaming baby lately, so its so nice to be able to read a book Or I should say, listen to an audiobook Finding time to sit and read is still a little bit beyond me at the moment But hopefully soon I had listened to another book by Tami Hoag last year, and I always wanted to read another So when I wanted something that would hold my interest in the endless hours of feeding my baby, I immediately thought of her and randomly picked and downloaded Ashes to Ashes.Ashes to Ashes is the story of a serial killer, and the joint effort to find them The Cremator is what the media have dubbed this killer, because of the people that he is setting alight But he gets sloppy, and there is a witness to one of his crimes Kate, the crime victim advocate, attempts to look after the witness, Angie Kate s past comes back to haunt her when an FBI agent Quinn is called in to investigate the case In the meantime, of Kate s clients begin to disappear, she thinks that the killer may have a vendetta against her.This was a great audiobook I really enjoyed the narrator and the exciting story One thing I really enjoy about Hoag s books so far is that she introduces different complex
My co worker and I were always baffled by this book Running a small used bookstore, we never understood why we had seven copies of this title and no other Tami Hoag When an eight one rolled in, I decided I had to know It was either a horrible disappointment or was go good that it had been issued to every mystery fan in the area.I read it It was the latter.A vicious serial killer, wonderfully realized characters, city level po
3.5 stars rounded up.A little long winded in some places where they are reviewing and reviewing their profiles and the witnesses Sometimes it felt as though I had already read the analysis and did do some skimming The plot has a lot of moving parts characters but it was fun trying to second guess who the serial killer was I had identified one twist, but missed another as I really wanted someone else to be guilty I liked Kovac and Liska and how their characters were portrayed I liked Kate and her role as victim advocate, but I didn t like Quinn FBI guy to the rescue Quinn had to grow on me as I think he handled his p
4.5 bumped up Good stuff Believable cast of characters, lots of tension and suspense Nice details Very competently written The only criticism is I thought the killer turned out to be too much of a cliche Also thought the sex scenes were a little over the top You k
So I really liked this book I was captivated and taken on a journey My guesses for who done it were all wrong However, which is part of my 4 star rating is that it was too easy for the author to chose The Who done it I ve seen it be that way so many times, at least one aspect, I didn t think a seasoned writer would go there Anyway, my other problem was with technology and pop culture references which dated the book.Everyone had pagers including Cate who used a pay phone to return a page Not a problem as this is an older book But a few chapters later, Care says she has a cell phone So why did she use a pay phone It seemed like someone went through to try and update the technology in the book and forgot a few places because the rest of the book pagers and pay phones weren t mentioned.Then the pop culture references I caution all my beta authors about this The autho
never underestimate the taste of the American public for pure garbage The writing sucks, the characters suck, but somehow..they keep buying it.This may be one of the most horribly written books I ve had the displeasure to read I really tried to give it a chance since a friend told me how much she enjoyed it..ne
This serial killer thriller is full of tension and I really didn t know who the serial killer was until the author wanted me to know Well written Tami Hoag This is the first book I ve read by this author and I will look forward to the next one Besides the t
Even though this is called the first Kovac and Liska book it s really not The book focuses on Kate Conlan who is a former FBI agent and her former lover Special Agent John Quinn These two do appear in Ashes to Ashes but after that, I can t even remember if we see them again This is a pretty good start to the series that stars Kovac and Liska not everything is going to involve serial killers though, some of it just involves terrible people doing horrible things to someone else I did love the dialogue in this one and the ending was really good So I finally finished Mindhunter the other day and started going back through my Hoag backlist She did a really good job with the mystery thriller aspect of this, while also including profiling in this Kate Conlan is now a crime victim s right advocate Living in Minneapolis now, she hopes to recover from her broken marriage When she is called in to deal with a young woman who may be a potential target of a serial killer due to what she saw The FBI is called in, and there enters John Quinn who is a profiler Due to their past with each other there s some friction Quinn is also dealing with the fact the local police are not exactly welcoming at first Or let s say Kovac is not at first Liska weirdly keeps hitting flirting with him or whatever that was You realize that in
I have been buying Tami Hoag books for awhile and just have never gotten around to reading them So I finally chose a book and got to it Ashes to Ashes is book 1 in the Kovak and Liska series, and I am so glad that I finally decided to pick one up and read Tami Hoag is a brilliant writer.I loved the characters in the book I also loved the premise of the story I also loved the twists in this book The premise of the story, to catch the Cremator A serial killer so twisted he puts the best villains to shame A team of experts getting the run around, false leads, so much mystery in this book I loved it Only one thing that I wished, was that we could have gotten of a story in our villains POV To read his thoughts was so disturbing to me I would like to have known about what made him tick, what made him do what he did.The characters were so very real to me They were so believable My favorites were Kate Conlan, and John Quinn Something kind of odd with this though it that they were like the main characters than the main characters were The main characters of the series are Sam Kovak and Nikki Liska, but they were

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  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • Ashes to Ashes
  • Tami Hoag
  • Dutch
  • 09 November 2018
  • 9789051083217