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Critical Vulnerability: A Sasha McCandless Companion Novel (Anglais) Broché – 5 avril 2014

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Governments, hospitals, and industry use computerized industrial control systems to remotely monitor and control elevators, electricity, alarms, surveillance systems, and more. It's convenient and efficient. And potentially deadly ... Assistant U.S. Attorney Aroostine Higgins put her personal life on hold to join the Department of Justice's elite Criminal Division. Now she's prosecuting two men accused of attempting to bribe a foreign government official. But everything's going wrong. Her pretrial motion vanishes from the federal court's electronic docketing system. Her apartment catches fire. Routine dental surgery turns into a near-death experience. When Aroostine's past comes crashing into her present, her most critical vulnerability is exploited and she finally admits she isn't simply suffering a string of bad luck. An unseen enemy is determined to destroy her--and the only man she's ever loved--unless she finds him first. Critical Vulnerability is the latest whip-smart legal thriller by USA TODAY Bestselling Author Melissa F. Miller.

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'm Melissa F. Miller, USA TODAY bestselling author of legal thrillers and a practicing attorney. When I'm not in court or on the playground with my three delightful children, I'm hard at work on my next novel. Please visit me at melissafmiller.com and sign up for my e-mail newsletter to find out when new books are published.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 For me, this book is not a "keeper." 1 août 2016
Par readsalot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
If not many readers enjoyed this author, there wouldn't be a series. So give it a try. But for me, the story is too improbable, and the writing and storytelling not artful enough for me to consider reading another from the series. I like a crime novel to be cerebral rather than visceral, but this is neither. The characters aren't gritty enough. It is a good enough story that I finished it, but it wasn't thrilling and the writing was unexceptional. There was a deus ex machina at the end. I would have preferred a less gimicky ending. It is an OK way to kill a couple of hours.
16 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 She's no Sasha, but Aroostine is pretty good too! 1 août 2014
Par John J. Franco - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've enjoyed the Sasha McCandless books that Melissa Miller writes, so I figured I'd check this one out. It's a spin-off that follows a new character (Aroostine Higgins) who was previously introduced in one of the Sasha books (#4, I think).

I do think that Miller does a good job of making this a standalone book. Aroostine lives in DC, not Pittsburgh, and she has her own skills and her own faults. She does share some similarities with Sasha (female lawyer, always getting into weird situations, a little too driven for her own good, a little too independent for her own good) but stands well enough on her own.

This book follows Aroostine as she suffers a series of unfortunate "mishaps" that turn out to be related. She's working on a case against SystemSource (I think that's right(?)) that seems like a slam dunk, but it isn't. It turns out that her actions are being controlled and monitored electronically. Ultimately, she has to find her way out of the sticky situation using her skills as a tracker.

This book was fast paced and kept me interested. Even though the characters and the plot were different, it still had the same goodness that the Sasha books have. It was awfully convenient that the plot required Aroostine to do the one thing she was good at, and I wonder how Melissa Miller could create another Aroostine book if she wanted to, without using a really twisted plot to get her into another situation.

Then again, maybe it's a one-off, or maybe Sasha and Aroostine could team up on a case that needs trackers AND martial artists
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 All around good reading. 1 février 2017
Par suziqn6 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I received a free copy of this book from Ebook Discovery. I voluntarily chose to review. This is my honest review.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, both the story and the writing. I am not going to relate the plot as I hate spoilers.
I will impart this much, but don't expect the plot. The main person is a strong character with a unique history. Another person is weak, terrified, and malleable. There is a hint of romance here and there, as well as hints of violence. All sorts of things happen in furtherance of nefarious reasons. Confused? curious? I was and it led to reading this book. (A good decision on my part).
The writing by Mellissa Miller brought these elements together in a smooth read that delivered a story that was filled with tension, confusion, and offbeat humor, at times. It was easy to become invested in the story because of Millers' skill at describing the people, conveying their personalities, fears, and hopes.
When they thought or talked, it matched the personalities Miller had given them. My reactions to them were, "Oh, dear!" Or "That's sad." Or "That's scary" Or "How are there going to do that?!". I felt relief at close calls. Yes, Miller pulled me in with the masterful writing underlying her story.
This is the first book I have read from this author. I did a bit of research which informed me there are other books by this author with some of the people from this one. I will be reading those in days to come.
I recommend this book fully. I enjoyed it very much!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Nope....not a fan 16 juin 2015
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was looking forward to starting this new series by Melissa, as I am a big fan of the Sasha McCandless series.

But this book was disappointing. First off, I am a reviewer who did not get anything extra to read the book...I bought it awhile back.

Aroostine and Joe behave strangely in this book, and it is hard to grasp that they truly love each other. They have been estranged for four months. She decided to grab a job in a big city to do great things, and Joe is supposedly coming with her..until he doesn't show up. Thus begins an estrangement, and these two are not communicating, and have no idea what the other is thinking. Aroostine does not tell anyone in her new city that she is married, and finally starts crushing on a co-worker. Joe just does his own thing until he decides, "what the heck", and files divorce papers. Then he goes to a bar to distract himself, where he gets himself in trouble and lands within his wife's radar.

As I write this review I am surprised that I even finished the book, and so I will have to take my rating down even farther.

Aroostine is driven by her Native American heritage, and her dreams about a beaver trying to send her messages. That and the other animal messages is just too strange for me.
She loves Joe, and they do work things out, but she comes across as odd and selfish.

Joe is weak, and somewhat of a coward. Only because he gets caught up in the mess around Aroostine's case does he make his way back to her. And then in the hospital, he is put off when he sees another man holding her hand. Really?

Both of the main characters are, to me, unlikable.

The plot itself around the legal case is interesting, but it is not enough to rescue the book.

My favorite character is Mrs. Chang. Now there is a brave, gutsy lady I can admire.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not her best work 31 janvier 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Ms Miller writes with the skill shown in "Sasha" books but, alas, the characters are quite unbelievable. Plot is good, pacing good as always, but Aroo, Joe and the rest remind me of when I was 6 and managed to get my hands on a Batman or Superman comic book. Sigh.
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