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by Eliza Foss,Alafair Burke

  • ISBN: 1436151015
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Eliza Foss,Alafair Burke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Recorded Books (April 2009)
  • ePub book: 1905 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1797 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 263

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I am going to say the same thing about every Alafair Burke book that I have read in the last six weeks.

I am going to say the same thing about every Alafair Burke book that I have read in the last six weeks. She is a wonderful writer who keeps the reader glued to each story in a vain attempt to guess what twists and turns await him/her at the end of the novel.

Angel's Tip. Alafair Burke (Author), Eliza Foss (Narrator), Recorded Books (Publisher). I first heard of Alafair when I read a book she co-authored with Mary Higgins Clark. That one was riveting with no "F" word type cussing or significant sexual content. It takes a truly gifted author to pull that off. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. Written by Alafair Burke. Narrated by Eliza Foss. Alafair Burke writes thrillers that keep readers on the edge of their seats, and as Entertainment Weekly says, she knows when to drop clues to keep readers at her mercy. In Angel’s Tip, Detective Ellie Hatcher enters the high-priced world of New York City nightlife when a pretty clubgoer is found brutally murdered. Be prepared for a knuckle-biting journey that’ll keep you turning pages until the very end. -Faye Kellerman. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read.

Eliza Foss' narration was excellent.

ANGEL’S TIP (Pol Proc-Ellie Hatcher-NYC-Cont) – Ok Burke, Alafair – 2nd in series Harper, 2009, US Paperback – ISBN: 9780061561245. Eliza Foss' narration was excellent.

She is the New York Times bestselling author of eighteen crime novels, including The Ex, The Wife, and The Better Sister, and two series-one.

She is the New York Times bestselling author of eighteen crime novels, including The Ex, The Wife, and The Better Sister, and two series-one featuring NYPD Detective Ellie Hatcher; the other, Portland, Oregon, prosecutor Samantha Kincaid.

Аудиокнига "Angel's Tip", Alafair Burke. Alafair Burke writes thrillers that keep readers on the edge of their seats, and as Entertainment Weekly says, she "knows when to drop clues to keep readers at her mercy

Аудиокнига "Angel's Tip", Alafair Burke. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме на устройствах Android, iOS, Chromecast, а также с помощью Google Ассистента. Alafair Burke writes thrillers that keep readers on the edge of their seats, and as Entertainment Weekly says, she "knows when to drop clues to keep readers at her mercy. In Angel's Tip, Detective Ellie Hatcher enters the high-priced world of New York City nightlife when a pretty clubgoer is found brutally murdered.

О книге "Angel's Tip". In a city full of victim. t's hard to choose just on. resh-faced Indiana college student Chelsea Hart is so excited to spend the final hours of her spring break in the VIP room of an elite. resh-faced Indiana college student Chelsea Hart is so excited to spend the final hours of her spring break in the VIP room of an elite New York City club that she remains behind when her girlfriends call it a night. The next morning, as her concerned friends anxiously pace their hotel lobby, joggers find Chelsea's body in East River Park, her wavy blond hair brutally hacked of. YPD Detective Ellie Hatcher catches the case and homes in on the group of privileged men who were.

Angel’s Tip is a riveting read that snaps with the beat of New York.

Angel’s Tip is a riveting read that snaps with the beat of New Yor. .A knuckle-biting journey that’ll keep you turning pages until the very end. -Faye Kellerman, bestselling author of the Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus novels Alafair Burke has created a winning heroine in Ellie Hatcher, someone to root for. -Tami Hoag, bestselling author of Down the Darkest. Road Complex plotting, multi-layered characters, a creepy serial killer-in Angel’s Tip, Burke has once again proven herself a terrific storyteller. Earphones Award Winner. Library Ed., Recorded Books, 2008. by Alafair Burke Read by Eliza Foss. Eliza Foss's voice is lovely and supple, and she works each sentence with a marvelous intelligence, catching the humor in the wording of a phrase, conveying the exact mood of a speaker with the slightest shift of timbre. She makes the cat-and-mouse denouement a high-tension delight.

Читать онлайн Angel's Tip. Burke Alafair. Angel's Tip. The second book in the Ellie Hatcher series, 2008. Since the day Stefanie had been introduced to her second-grade class at Fort Wayne Elementary as the new girl from Miami, the two had been inseparable. By the end of Stefanie’s third week, she had earned her first-ever detention after the girls were caught reading Judy Blume’s Wifey on the playground. As planned, the girls insisted they’d mistaken the book for the sequel to Blubber, but Chelsea had already earned her reputation with the teacher.

In a city full of victims . . . it's hard to choose just one. Fresh-faced Indiana college student Chelsea Hart is so excited to spend the final hours of her spring break in the VIP room of an elite New York City club that she remains behind when her girlfriends call it a night. The next morning, as her concerned friends anxiously pace their hotel lobby, joggers find Chelsea's body in East River Park, her wavy blond hair brutally hacked off. NYPD Detective Ellie Hatcher catches the case and homes in on the group of privileged men who were last seen plying Chelsea with free-flowing alcohol. But before she can even gather the preliminary evidence, the gruesome murder is grabbing headlines and drawing unwanted media attention to the department. So when Ellie builds a tight case against Jake Myers, a young hedge fund manager, the department brass and the district attorney's office are elated: the case will soon be cleared, the media will tout the department's quick wor

Comments

Sagda Sagda
This is the first Ellie Hatcher book I've read -- did not read the first in the series -- and I found it quite entertaining; really more like a 3.5 rating. Ellie is a fairly believable character, quite beautiful (of course), and with few flaws (again, of course). There are some references to incidents that I assume were covered in the first book, but this doesn't detract from this book. The plot is quite good, and the ending twist was somewhat of a surprise -- and plausible. Didn't keep me up at night, but it was nevertheless well written and suspenseful enough to be a good read. I cannot give it a full 4 stars because Ellie is just too perfect, too brave, too smart, beautiful, fit.....blah, blah, blah. Will I read others in the series? Maybe, but it wasn't captivating enough for me to get another in the series the next day. For me, it didn't come up to Linda Castillo's Kate Burkholder series.
Cerar Cerar
Just beginning her career as a homicide detective, Ellie Hatcher and her brother Jess are among joggers who discover the mutilated body of a young college student.

Hatcher and her partner J. J. Rogan are assigned the case. They discover the girl had been on spring break with two friends from the Midwest and separated from them at a trendy club. It isn’t long before the last man the victim was with becomes the prime suspect.

Despite compelling evidence and the certainty of her colleagues and the prosecutor’s office, Ellie begins to have doubts when a call from the father of another murder victim gets her looking into some cold cases with striking similarities to this one.

Her newness on the job, sex and lack of sympathy from the lieutenant and other members of the squad make it difficult to convince anyone other than Rogan, who has her back because that’s what he believes partners should do. It takes more murders and the unraveling of a complex web of clues to break through the wall of doubt.

This is the second of the Ellie Hatcher a series but it’s not necessary to have read the previous book to enjoy this one. Burke’s sure characterization, smart dialogue and gripping plot will inspire you to seek out others in the series. As I’ve said before, Ellie Hatcher is a smart, sassy and competent protagonist and one you’re sure to want to spend time with again.
shustrik shustrik
Newly minted NYPD homicide detective Ellie Hatcher leads the effort to find the killer of party girl Chelsea Hart murdered in the early morning hours after being seen staggering out of a hot night spot. Unfortunately, the book is rather unconvincing. Only on the job a month, it is Hatcher who drives the investigation, speculates, and makes decisions – some wrong, some right. Following a strange tip from a dreaming man, she connects Hart’s murder to several occurring some six years ago.

The effort to create a strong female character overwhelms the story and really does not work. Hatcher is surrounded by ineptitude, notwithstanding her own impulsive thinking. Her love life is falling apart. Her boyfriend is a crime beat reporter and seems to be more of a problem than a friend. The suspects in the case are not credible, while the identity and motivations of the real murderer receive last-minute, minimal attention.

Both characterization and plotting are deficient in this mildly interesting murder mystery that, positively speaking, shows the vulnerability of single, young women who venture into the NYC club scene.
Blacknight Blacknight
YET ANOTHER GREAT READ BY Alafair Burke. Ellie and Rogan are perfect partners. Murders present and past are coming together for them to find this killer. The way the story unfolds is what keeps you turning the pages. This is a fast moving story, detailed, with several suspects, missteps and several twists and turns. There's even a little romance. I've never read a book of hers that I didn't thoroughly enjoy!.
Fenritaur Fenritaur
I am addicted to mysteries and suspense genre. I'm working my way through all of Burke's books. Her background as a prosecutor certainly adds to the detail and depth of her stories. Lots of layers...
Simple Simple
I first heard of Alafair when I read a book she co-authored with Mary Higgins Clark. That one was riveting with no "F" word type cussing or significant sexual content. It takes a truly gifted author to pull that off. Clark can do it, Alafair either can't solo, or won't. So while she's not in Clark's league, she pens a decent story.
Arryar Arryar
Just couldn't get into this book. I generally enjoy her books very much so must have been the wrong time to read it. I'll pick it up some day and zip right through it.....just not now.
I am going to say the same thing about every Alafair Burke book that I have read in the last six weeks. She is a wonderful writer who keeps the reader glued to each story in a vain attempt to guess what twists and turns await him/her at the end of the novel. Burke is my favorite new mystery/detective/legal thriller writer. Buy it! Enough said.