Last Lullaby PDF/EPUB µ Mass Market Paperback

Last Lullaby[BOOKS] ✯ Last Lullaby By Denise Hamilton – Varanus.us Shadowing a customs official for a story, Eve is a witness when gunfire erupts at LAX A beautiful Asian woman is killed, and her little girl is swept away by the INS Eve suspects the toddler is being Shadowing a customs official for a story, Eve is a witness when gunfire erupts at LAX A beautiful Asian woman is killed, and her little girl is swept away by the INS Eve suspects the toddler is being used by smugglers who trade in human lives With the return of her ex lover, Eve has everything to lose as she races to protect the child from ruthless armed men and may find herself caught in their sights.

Last Lullaby PDF/EPUB µ Mass Market Paperback
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Last Lullaby
  • Denise Hamilton
  • English
  • 04 November 2018
  • 0743482220

    10 thoughts on “Last Lullaby PDF/EPUB µ Mass Market Paperback


  1. says:

    I walked away from this series and this book may be the reason I like the profile of the main character female Asian American who is a reporter for the LA times where it still thrived before the internet exploded and sadly sexism still ran rampart The plot was a good idea, using toddlers to smuggle drugs into the country Sadly it fell into the hole where the female lead goes off on a tangent playing detective to solve a case or in this episode the story.


  2. says:

    Denise Hamilton s Eve Diamond character is a reporter for the LA Times who always manages to get in the middle of dangerous situations In this novel, she is observing a US Customs official when gunfire breaks out and a woman escorting a young child is shot Tasked with continuing to follow the story of the young child, she searches for the child and becomes the target of a criminal conspiracy.The story is told in the first person and characters are appealing and realistic Hamilton writes skill Denise Hamilton s Eve Diamond character is a reporter for the LA Times who always manages to get in the middle of dangerous situations In this novel, she is observing a US Customs official when gunfire breaks out and a woman escorting a young child is shot Tasked with continuing to follow the story of the young child, she searches for the child and becomes the target of a criminal conspiracy.The story is told in the first person and characters are appealing and realistic Hamilton writes skillfully about the multicultural world of Los Angeles When the book turns to romance, it readslike a bodice ripper than a thriller, but thankfully this is a small part of the plot There is plenty of tension in the action sections and a few surprises as the plot unfolds A good thriller, especially if you enjoy novels with a female protagonist


  3. says:

    I look foreward to reading Denise Hamilton because of the social issues she addresses She brings up details that most of us might not think of when we blandly describe ourselves as social liberals.However, I dislike that her character, Eve Diamond, is supposedly a hardened investigative journalist yet goes into shock so easily when facing the facts she is investigating Of course I, the reader, am supposed to be shocked at these discoveries, but a journalist As a writer she aims at about the si I look foreward to reading Denise Hamilton because of the social issues she addresses She brings up details that most of us might not think of when we blandly describe ourselves as social liberals.However, I dislike that her character, Eve Diamond, is supposedly a hardened investigative journalist yet goes into shock so easily when facing the facts she is investigating Of course I, the reader, am supposed to be shocked at these discoveries, but a journalist As a writer she aims at about the sixth grade reading level and repeats so often that I feel like yelling, OK, I got it


  4. says:

    This is my third Eve Diamond mystery set in LA with a LA Times heroine,I d give the series a B and hier first THE JASMINE TRADE a B I read bunches of detective fiction usually police procedurals.


  5. says:

    I like these books although they are kind of corny, and I skimmed a lot of it toward the end But still..

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