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Thriller

Sacrifice epub ebook

by Clyde Phillips

Sacrifice epub ebook

Author: Clyde Phillips
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow; 1st edition (June 17, 2003)
Pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 0066212375
ISBN13: 978-0066212371
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 690
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Clyde Phillips is a prominent writer for television and film, he created Get Real and Parker Lewis Can't Lose for Fox and Suddenly Susan for NBC.

On a cold, foggy night, two lives are cut short. Clyde Phillips is a prominent writer for television and film, he created Get Real and Parker Lewis Can't Lose for Fox and Suddenly Susan for NBC.

San Francisco homicide detective Jane Candiotti’s life is finally looking up, thanks to a new promotion and a new husband

On a cold, foggy night, two lives are cut short. The first: Philip Iverson, a billionaire philanthropist shot to death in a hotel parking structure. The second: Willie Temple, a homeless man stabbed through the heart on an abandoned San Francisco pier. The murders of such disparate men can t possibly be connected can they?

Clyde B. Phillips is a writer and producer for television and film.

Clyde B. Phillips is a writer and producer for television and film He has worked as a producer on Players, Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story, If Things Were Different, Bud and Lou, and as an executive producer of the shows Dexter, Get Real, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Eddie Dodd, Police Story: Cop Killer, Houston Knights, Northstar, and Midas Valley.

Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on November 17, 2010.

Written by Clyde Phillips, narrated by Angela Dawe. Detective Jane Candiotti, Book 3. By: Clyde Phillips. Narrated by: Angela Dawe. Series: Detective Jane Candiotti, Book 3. Length: 10 hrs and 53 mins. Categories: Crime & Thrillers, Suspense.

Any of us can, for example, officiate at ceremonies, offer sacrifices, or render judgments in legal cases. Just last week I performed a wedding and two funerals and settled a boundary dispute between some local farmers

Any of us can, for example, officiate at ceremonies, offer sacrifices, or render judgments in legal cases. Just last week I performed a wedding and two funerals and settled a boundary dispute between some local farmers. But we each have our special areas of expertise that require years of extra study.

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Taking on a high-profile case involving the murder of San Francisco's most beloved philanthropist, homicide lieutenant Jane Candiotti wonders if the case may be related to one involving a murdered homeless man.
Reviews (7)
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So, here's the deal. I purchased the four in this series because they were of the genre I liked and they were inexpensive. After reading the first two, I thought I should have bought a large sundae at DQ instead. But, I own the other two so I was bent on reading them as well. This is the third in the series and so far, the best. In fact, I found the lead characters to engaging and interesting in this one. The first two were shallow in the character department.

But on to the story. I found it to be interesting and plausible. Jane and Kenny worked all the right angles in a police procedural and came to almost the right conclusion. But if they had, the story would not have lasted so that's just part of the pair's charm. And they picked up on the mistake pretty quickly although most readers will find it first. But if you read mysteries, you should anticipate the unexpected.

This was a good read and now I'm looking forward to the next one. If you read one of the first two and stopped, you might want to give this one a try.

Rollers from Abdun
This is the third in the Detective Jane Candiotti series, and while still a good read, it is not nearly as good as the first in the series, Fall From Grace. I do love the strength of the main female character, but feel that the books are now becoming formulaic. Many decades ago I saw a movie entitled The Perils of Pauline, and with this series we seem to be getting into "the perils of Jane". In each of the three books, Jane Candiotti becomes a target and then has to be rescued. I am hoping that for book four, things get changed up a bit. I will continue with the series, however, because there is enough of interest to keep me coming back. Overall, I like this author.

Trex
I bought this Kindle book, mostly on the basis of the reviews given. It just goes to show that everyone has a different opinion about books, just like music, movies, people, etc. It passed the time, and that's about the best I can say for it. Detective Candiotti is quite possibly the dumbest detective who ever lived, especially for someone who has supposedly come up through the ranks and is now known as an exceptional detective. She just wasn't believable to me. I read 3 of these books back to back, and there are parts that kept my interest. Then comes something glaringly stupid, like the bad guy getting the jump on good ol' Jane not once, but twice, simply by her lousy policing. (Chasing a murder suspect into a blind alley in Chinatown and seeing bare feet sticking out from under a car -- the illustrious detective of course assumes it's a homeless person seeking shade from a San Francisco heat wave and doesn't even check that it's the bad guy, which, of course, it is. Dumb heroes always make a book less believable for me. The author should perhaps switch to writing male heroes, because his female heroes just aren't very good.

Shou
I first read this book so long ago, I didn't remember it. Since I recently read the first two books in the series, I thought I'd re-read it.

I remembered more of the story than I thought. That took away some of the tension in this story, but the tension in areas I didn't remember didn't seem as strong here as it was in the earlier books.

It was, like the earlier books in the series, a good story but nothing fabulous.

I'll probably read the next book in the series if it comes my way

Uafrmaine
What a great group of characters, working together to find the bad guys. The story between the main two characters and the issues that arise when spouses work together are well-told. I really love the wonderful writing. You can't help wondering: what's next? As a woman, I am grateful for a strong female character that is respected by her peers and the men and women who work with her.

Zahisan
In the fourth installment in the Detective Jane Candiotti series, someone murders an influential philanthropist. At almost the same time, a homeless man is murdered. The brass put pressure on Jane to solve the first murder, but they don't seem to care about the second. This seems very unfair to Jane. Then, the two murders are found to be linked, and more murders of homeless men and others follow. Jane uncovers a traitor in her department. Both Jane and her husband, Kenny, almost lose their lives in seperate incidents. Jane loses a good friend; several people are revealed to be not what they seem, and Jane does not accept a promotion to captain.

Daiktilar
Jane and her husband are real as Kenny deal's with being subordinate to his wife while working a high profile case. I loved the twists and turns. You are likely to be surprised more than once. My only problem is the use of the same over worn theme of the brass interfering with her investigation as she barges ahead risking her position, ignoring the threats from higher up. Otherwise, this was a real page turner.

I've read the first three books and enjoyed them all. Very fast paced, and for the most part believable. The true o ace of a murder investigation wouldn't be nearly as interesting. I enjoy the back and forth between Jane and Kenny. Good book.

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