Hotwired - Alex Kava Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Alex Kava / ISBN: 1847443427 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Sphere
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by - written on 23/11/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Lately I've been having some fun with my reading and indulging in some very readable thrillers. It's a genre I like, though I often need a break between books and authors or I'd get stale and my reviews would suffer. So when I saw Hotwire in my library and was the first person to get hold of it I was determined to read and enjoy it. Now I didn't know anything about the author, only that she is American and writes thrillers with a lead female role, something that is becoming almost a must-have for thrillers. This could easily have put me off, I'm so used to the characters by such writers as Kathy Reichs, Tess Gerritsen, Patricia Cornwall and Karin Slaughter that it's a ... Read the complete review
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