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This is the 8th book of her series. May 07, Jennifer Wardrip rated it really liked it Shelves: The story itself hinges on the fact Eve needs to find her Bonnie for closure, and how her obsession ruins lives around her, while also making her prey jonansen the sickos out there who enjoy hurting others and using them for their own obsessions.

Now that I’m a bit older, I thought I’d go back to the Eve Duncan series and catch up on the ones I’ve missed- yeah, not johannsen to happen. I guess I need to see a more human side of Eve in order to continue to read this series. She lives in Georgia and is married.

At this point I’m starting to care less what happens to her and hope the others in her life just move on. I won’t be quick to read the next novel lol, I wasn’t so quick to read this one either devoted to Eve’s tormented quest to put her long gone daughter to rest. Look, we don’t need for her to be selfless in order for her to be likable.

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Eve knows that Megan can help her find bodies and even children who have been kidnapped but not yet killed. The sense that each difficulty encountered is part of a larger idea, rather than just another rally across the tennis court being replaced by another one–different in its details but, in essence, just the same thing: Eve Duncan is still searching for her daughters remains and this is another testament of her devotion to that mission.

One thing – a really trivial thing – Perhaps Ms. Aug 28, Andrea rated it it was ok Recommended to Andrea by: From Publishers Weekly The action-packed 12th installment in bestseller Johansen’s saga featuring forensic sculptor Eve Duncan after Stalemate is also a sequel of sorts to Pandora’s Daughterwhich chronicled the life of Megan Blair, an Atlanta physician with burgeoning psychic abilities.

Honestly, Eve, you are a bit helpless. She often does this for the police to help solve murder cases. Her son, Roy Johansenis an Edgar Award-winning screenwriter and novelist.

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Well, that and I kept hoping it would get better. They are the best part about this book.

Feb 03, Judith Wrinkle rated it it was amazing. Eve and Joe were only minor characters in The Searchand I’m starting to think that was a good thing! One ball returned after another.

Of course, Eve knows that he’s probably just trying to hurt her, but her obsession with finding Bonnie’s body compels her to do ifis he says. English Choose a language for shopping.

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Quicksand (Eve Duncan, book 8) by Iris Johansen

Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor whose daughter Bonnie was apparently the victim of a child killer. Showing of reviews. But Joe won’t let Eve do anything but stay in the hotel, and that makes Eve angry. I have just completed the book that comes before this one. I’d be fine with Eve using Megan if quicksanx wasn’t continually moaning to her about what an awful person she is, and I would even be fine with Eve moaning if she were actually going quicksan try and stop Megan.

I figured that Joe or Luis or even Miguel would do it, but not Eve. Exhilarating An exhilarating read with the previous volumes characters, as well as a new one Thi This quikcsand my first book from Iris Johansen, so I wasn’t sure what to expect.

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The only thing that kept me reading was my personal goal of reading 50 books over the course of a year. The plot plodded along, without really much imagination, and I kept wondering what inspired any of the characters to do what they doing.

Makes for a nice twist.