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Hand of Evil (Ali Reynolds) epub ebook

by Karen Ziemba,J.A. Jance

Hand of Evil (Ali Reynolds) epub ebook

Author: Karen Ziemba,J.A. Jance
Category: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Abridged edition (December 18, 2007)
ISBN: 0743568354
ISBN13: 978-0743568357
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 969
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Hand of Evil (Ali Reynold. has been added to your Cart. I just love J A Jance. this series with Ali Reynolds is really clever, Ali is not a detective, or a criminal just a good person who seems to get caught up in these incredible mysteries

Hand of Evil (Ali Reynold. this series with Ali Reynolds is really clever, Ali is not a detective, or a criminal just a good person who seems to get caught up in these incredible mysteries. I love how this author is able to mix several mysteries in one book, it keeps you on your toes.

Jance - New York Times bestselling author . A hundred miles away, Ali Reynolds is grieving. The news-casting job she once delighted in is gone-and so is the philandering husband she loved and thought she knew

Jance - New York Times bestselling author . The news-casting job she once delighted in is gone-and so is the philandering husband she loved and thought she knew. When a member of the family who gave Ali a generous scholarship decades earlier suddenly asks her for a meeting, Ali wonders what it can mean. Before she can satisfy her curiosity, though, Ali receives another startling call: a friend’s teenage daughter has disappeared.

Слушайте Clawback (автор: J. A. Jance, Karen Ziemba) бесплатно 30 дней в. .Clawback: An Ali Reynolds Novel. In New York Times bestselling author . Jance, Karen Ziemba) бесплатно 30 дней в течении пробного периода. Слушайте аудиокниги без ограничений в веб-браузере или на устройствах iPad, iPhone и Android. Jance's latest thriller, Ali Reynolds faces her most controversial mystery yet, solving the murder of a man whose Ponzi scheme bankrupted hundreds of people, and left them seeking justic. r revenge.

murder in bestseller Jance's uneven fourth Ali Reynolds thriller (after Hand of Evil).

As if remodeling an old mansion near picturesque Sedona, Ariz. isn't stress enough for Ali Reynolds, the plucky former TV newscaster must also deal with cybernetic lonely hearts, frustrated lust and murder in bestseller Jance's uneven fourth Ali Reynolds thriller (after Hand of Evil). The text is well written, engaging, and humorous, and the audio production, too, is of stellar quality, with actress Karen Ziemba giving each character a distinct personality.

Ali Reynolds: Hand of Evil No. 3 by J. Jance (2007, Hardcover). I recommend this and all of . Jance's books to those who love a spicy mystery, and interesting and human characters, her description of the locals and the locales. I am looking forward to many more!!См.

Hand of Evil" is Jance at her best, weaving a masterful story of suspense that travels over generations, revealing two very different women with the same horrifying secret

Hand of Evil" is Jance at her best, weaving a masterful story of suspense that travels over generations, revealing two very different women with the same horrifying secret. Will Ali become a victim herself, or will she escape from a deadly deceit that no amount of security - financial or emotional - can cover up?.

Written by J. Jance, Audiobook narrated by Karen Ziemba. Narrated by: Karen Ziemba. Length: 10 hrs and 24 mins. Ali Reynolds begins the summer thinking her most difficult challenge will be surviving a six-week- long course as the lone 40-something female at the Arizona Police Academy-not to mention taking over the 6:00 AM shift at her family’s restaurant while her parents enjoy a long overdue Caribbean cruise.

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I suppose you can tell I don’t much like talking about this, she said. It’s painful to have to acknowledge that you were unwanted. Not entirely unwanted. Not entirely unwanted e, and I bless her for it, but she was the only one who di.Puzzled, Ali nodded but said nothing. The man you know as my father, Kip Hogan, was a native of Kingman. Both his father’s people and his mother’s, the Brownings, came from there as well. Kip’s father and grandfather both worked for the railroad.

New York Times bestselling author J.A. Jance crafts a thrilling novel of suspense that realizes every parent's worst nightmare.

With his hand trapped in the door of a speeding car, a man struggles to remain upright as he's dragged along a deserted stretch of San Juan Road in Phoenix's South Mountain Preserve. It's the perfect place to drive a man to his grave -- literally. Starting with a crime so gruesome even prowling coyotes keep their distance from the remains, a killer begins crisscrossing the Southwest on a spree of grisly murders.

A hundred miles away, Ali Reynolds is grieving. The newscasting job she once delighted in is gone and so is the philandering husband she loved and thought she knew. When a member of the family who gave Ali a generous scholarship for her education decades earlier suddenly asks her for a meeting, Ali wonders what it can mean. Before she can satisfy her curiosity, though, Ali receives another startling call: a friend's teenage daughter has disappeared. Ali offers to help, but in doing so, she unknowingly begins a quest that will reveal a deadly ring of secrets, at the heart of which lie two undiscriminating killers....

Hand of Evil is Jance at her best; weaving a masterful story of suspense that travels over generations, revealing two very different women with the same horrifying secret. Will Ali become a victim herself, or will she escape from a deadly deceit that no amount of security -- financial or emotional -- can cover up?

Reviews (7)
TheMoonix
J.A Jance has become one of my favorite, preferred authors. The Ali Reynolds series is quickly becoming my favorite series of the four she has written: J.P. Beaumont (Seattle, WA Policeman Detective) was her first series, Joanne Brady (Cochise Country, AZ Sheriff; my favorite and my introduction to the southwest when I moved to Cochise County, AZ 3 years ago), and the Walker Family (Pima County (Tucson), AZ Sheriff) is her fourth series are all excellent. Having said that, it would be very difficult for me to decide which of the four series is my favorite. I supposed the favorite would have to be whichever series Jances' latest book is from. Can't wait to read more!

My only other favorite, preferred authors is Kathy Reichs, author of the "Temperance Brennan" or "Bones" series, which I would assume most TV watchers and medical/forensic mystery readers know of. She writes several series as well: Virals (teenage mysteries)' Exposure, Code and Seizure.

As both a retired U.S. Army NCO and forensic psychologist, I find these series extremely engrossing and highly enjoyable. I would recommend them to anyone who has an interest in mystery stories. The Reich series for medical/forensic/police mysteries and J.A. Jance for non-standard Sheriff/police mysteries. They are truly worth your time and energy. And, on Kindle especially, the price is inconsequential.

Zeleence
Warning: incest and other sexual abuses along with brutal murders. This story is depressing. Sexual abuses of children and brutal murders of people who were in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Thoughts to take away from this story:
“But if you live in a family of monsters like that,” Arabella continued without acknowledging the comment, “you know things. You know them in your soul. If you don’t figure them out on your own, you don’t survive.”

“Nobody ever accomplished anything worthwhile by staying out of trouble. You need to decide what it is you want to do and then set about doing it.”

I may re-read this story. I look forward to other works by this author.

Captain America
Was a little impressed with this first time author for me. The story was a fast past read basically involving incest and murder and some stupid detectives who probably could’nt find a hole in a box. Since I jumped right into this third part of the series it will take me to read another book in this series to embrace the main character Ali Reynolds and the authors writing style.

Fararala
The new character took me by surprise. The TV news woman was let go because she was not still 18, she goes back home to Mom & Dad and takes up blogging. YIKES OMG, how useless. I always threw the first book away. But I tend to hang in there because the fact J.A. Jance was wasting her time with this character. Now I'm into book 3 and can't put them down. Blogging is a sickness in my mind and the headstrong older woman who still acts like a teenager when making decisions ... tell her not to do something and she rebels... knows better but is so willfull she runs not walks into what she even know is what she should do. By book 3 I still want to kick her butt for making women look badly but at the same time, I can't put down the book. If I take up blogging, somebody shoot me! But read this series

Nicanagy
Love books in a series. Probably due to watching serial movies on Saturdays and reading The Hardy Boy series. I am reading this series in order - which is the best way to attack a continuing story. Each book in the series is complete, but many of the characters stay. One great positive is that even the most minor characters have backstories or histories. This book has many twists and surprises -- I really like that in a book.

WOGY
I just love J A Jance. this series with Ali Reynolds is really clever, Ali is not a detective, or a criminal just a good person who seems to get caught up in these incredible mysteries. I love how this author is able to mix several mysteries in one book, it keeps you on your toes.
Being that I'm such a fan I'd probably never rate anything of hers under a 5, I think you should give one of her books a try.
The Ali Reynolds are kind of a series probably best read in order, or should I say, more fun read in order but they are stand alone books too.
you'll be glad you made the purchase!

MarF
I can't say I didn't like this book but I didn't love it. It was a little too slow for me. I prefer a good edge of the seat kind of mystery/thriller one that you can't stand to put down and keeps you reading way into the night. It was a mystery but way too slow and with too much filler. I've never tried this author and not sure if I'll try her again. I hate to try an author only once because every once in a while even my most loved authors can produce a dud.I won't pay full price to try J.A. Jance again. I'll wait to find a free book by her.

I love Jance's work. I am not that thrilled with the Reynolds series. For a seemingly intelligent person Ali has trouble listening to the advice of others and this gets her into needless trouble. Tis is different for Jance.

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