Ashes To Ashes

by Tami Hoag | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 0553579606 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wyntergirl of Calgary, Alberta Canada on 2/23/2003
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by wyntergirl from Calgary, Alberta Canada on Sunday, February 23, 2003
a great novel, the main character a female detective. Suspenseful, exciting, an excellent read with a great follow up with Dust to Dust.

Journal Entry 2 by wyntergirl at Bad Ass Coffee Co (17th Ave & 9th St) in Calgary, Alberta Canada on Monday, February 24, 2003
Released on Monday, February 24, 2003 at Bad Ass Coffee Co (17th Ave & 9th St) in Calgary, Alberta Canada.

meeting with ifyouknew and others for the first time for a bookcrossing meeting and plan to release several books. :-)

Journal Entry 3 by Branna from Calgary, Alberta Canada on Monday, February 24, 2003
Grabbed this one at the unofficial BookCrossing meet-up at the Bad Ass Cafe on 17th - will read and release when I'm done with it!

Journal Entry 4 by Branna from Calgary, Alberta Canada on Tuesday, March 04, 2003
Let me start off by saying that I'm not one to read a lot of fiction, especially "best-selling" thriller/mysteries. That said, this book was good. The first third of the book went rather slow - a number of characters were introduced and developed to some extent, and I found it took me a long time to really feel any sort of sympathy towards the people around which the tale revolves. I was indifferent to the story until about half way through - while it was interesting, it wasn't particularly suspenseful until I really got quite far into the book. However, as soon as the book did grab my attention, I found it very difficult to put down. Tami Hoag has an excellent (if maybe a little long-winded) writing style that really has the potential to keep a reader glued to her novels. Of course, no suspense novel would be complete without the obligatory romantic side-plot reminiscent of Harlequin novels, though without the giggle-inducing metaphors for body parts and sexual acts. Overall, it was a good book, perhaps good enough for me to seek out other Tami Hoag novels at a used bookstore or other BookCrossing gatherings.

Journal Entry 5 by Branna at Bad Ass Coffee Co (17th Ave & 9th St) in Calgary, Alberta Canada on Thursday, March 06, 2003
Released on Thursday, March 06, 2003 at Bad Ass Coffee Co (17th Ave & 9th St) in Calgary, Alberta Canada.

Gonna drop this off at the book exchange shelf.

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