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Deadly Aim (Anglais) Broché – février 2004

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Book by Rushford Patricia H

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Par Ansofi le 22 février 2014
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Angel Delaney is a police woman, she has returned to her native Oregon and found her place in the local brigade. Her parents and siblings are loving, everything seems well when her world shatters. She is caught in a shooting, a boy is killed.Her career is on the line... the only one who seems to help and believe her is a handsome detective.
Beyond the instant attraction between those two, there is a real police story with meanies, dead people, and the story unfolds well. This was an enjoyable entertaining read I recommend.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Entertaining, but predictable. 13 novembre 2012
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You should know that this is two different stories.
First, it's a police story, and a good one too.
Then it's a love story, a chick story, and for me, eh.
But, I stuck with it, well written, all the usual suspects, and she finds love in the end, or does she?
The price was right. I need more action, less "Our eyes met, I had to look away for fear I'd throw myself into his powerful arms........."

You choose.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Promising But Ultimately Disappointing. 20 août 2012
Par DeeDee Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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***WARNING - POSSIBLE SPOILERS***

I was excited when I started to read Deadly Aim. I was anxious to learn who was framing Angel Delaney and what lay at the root of her personal demons.

Sadly, this book went off track fairly quickly. I feel that had the author stuck with the mystery aspect and the familial issues, this work would have been much more cohesive.
As it was though, repeated and unnecessary references to cooking, extolling the virtues of health food, interior decorating, exactly what the characters were wearing, immature romantic musings, and religious ponderings drug down the core of the book, which in itself was really quite good.

In trying to include all of these things, vital points in the timeline of events got jumbled. I had to go reread a section where the author alluded to an event that had happened at least two days prior as having just happened the night before. I was sure I had lost the plot, but no, the event was incorrectly referenced. There were also other instances where things that the characters said or did were changed without explanation.

I also found the accounts of the forensic and ballistics measures taken by the authorities to be poorly portrayed. The autopsy results on two of the murders came back very quickly, but the results on the murder that affected Angel the most took much longer. When crucial evidence comes up missing, it is not made clear if that evidence included bullets that had been retrieved from the crime scene or if perhaps they were still present inside of the victim. Making this clear earlier on in the story would have gone a long way towards making the story more concise.

I do appreciate that the romance aspect did not become smarmy. I am not a huge fan of the romance genre and sexually explicit dialogue does not interest me in the least. I feel though that there was too much 'I like him/her, but I shouldn't' and 'I wonder what it would feel like to be in his arms' type of inner dialogue. Nothing kills my interest in a mystery/thriller quite as quickly as when romance is forced into a story.

I wish this book had been edited by a skilled editor. I feel that had the extraneous bits been weeded out and the story tightened up, it could have been a really good read. As it is though, I am not a fan nor will I be likely to seek out other works by this author.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good, solid police mystery story 17 juin 2017
Par Ron Mac (NW Steam Gazette) - Publié sur Amazon.com
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~With almost 2000 reviews, I don’t have too much to add…just wanted to give it my 5-stars.
~It is a fictional story, not a True Crime story…however; it is a good, well written police story. And the entire focus is not solely on the crime solving…there was character development. We got to know Angel Delaney a bit…her habits, outside the job interests, what motivates her. It all added to the overall story.
~I rate this book very high and recommend it to most anyone looking for an interesting murder mystery.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A convoluted who done it 31 juillet 2016
Par Geraldine Krook - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love a good mystery, and this certainly fits the bill. You get to follow the clues along with the characters, solving the crime with them. And more than this, a secondary plot touches on what we are experiencing now with police and in this case perceived racial discrimination. This book would be a perfect gift to give someone who has a limited understanding of a Christian walk. As this is a subtle theme woven into the storyline, that draws the reader to understand that God is in control. Even when bad things happen to good people. The author explains why this happens, giving the reader hope, and a desire to experience God's love personally.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Needs a Better Understanding of Critical Incident Counseling 30 août 2015
Par Norman L. Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is the second time I have attempted to read this book. Looking through my book titles an Kindle, I decided to see if I remembered reading some of the books I had read a few years ago.
I didn't remember this one but it was on my list of having purchased it. For some reason I have deleted it from my device. After reading for a while I realized why. The way the officer shooting was handled was way of base from any critical incident should have been treated. The meeting of Angel and her counselor, who had a prior relationship with her seemed a little questionable, but that was not the main issue. As a Clinical Chaplain and License Professional Counselor, I am well aware and have practiced critical incident debriefing. This is what any officer involved shooting would need to have. The first training I attended was while serving as a chaplain in a state prison. This was back in the eighties. It is difficult to believe that a writer such as Patricia. Rushford would not know about this method, since she has a degree in counseling.

While I like books that have a Christian bases, I like books that are well written. All of Ms. Rushford books and acclaim would seem to indicate she is a good writer or at least meeting a need, but this one doesn't do for me.
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