Hush [Anne Frasier] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. What’s your greatest fear? * It’s criminal profiler Ivy Dunlap’s job to unravel the. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Few serial killers penned by suspense writers today are as warped or as fully realized as the Madonna Murderer. Hush by Anne Frasier () [Anne Frasier] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Although the front cover features a rather generic, blurry sketch of a graveyard, the back cover reads like a who’s-who of romantic suspense authors.
There has been a murder and they suspect that it is the Madonna serial killer again. The story progressed at a good pace.
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As soon as the sample had finished I downloaded the full book and just kept reading! The main characters are well developed and this applies to the minor characters too, you find husj caring and rooting for them, I particularly liked Regina and wished she could have been explored more.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Chief Homicide Detective Max Irving is less than thrilled when Ivy comes to town to aid in the investigation. The flow is good from the start to the end and there are no unanswered questions. It’s that depth of characterization that really sets this book apart from other thrillers that follow a similar formula. Open Preview See a Problem? I was a few chapters into the book when I realized my error but I kept reading anyway.
Almost sounds cliched but his back story is as interesting as Ivy’s when considering his adopted son, Ethan, was born by a woman Max only knew for several weeks. ALthough this is is probably considered a thriller, I found Hugh more creepy than thrilling. This story revolves around a serial killer stalking Chicago, IL. Jan 31, Becky rated it liked it. This book had a very interesting plot line, and very enjoyabl Hush begins when Ivy is called to be a profiler on a case crasier knows very well.
Sep 12, Erin rated it liked it Shelves: Ivy Dunlap is a criminal profiler. If that is what you are looking for in a book about serial killers then this book might not be for you. So lock your doors and get ready for a book to keep you turning those pages!
Sep 18, Andrea Corley rated it really liked it Shelves: Hush was written 10 years ago, and it’s interesting to sese how much technology oahs changed fraseir that shorst period of time. I also found the relationship between Max and his son Ethan, fascinating abne since I won’t spoil the story you’ll have to read it to see how it all ties in to the plot: Email required Address never made public.
Enjoyable diversion for an evening. I love reading about them. But I am glad I stuck with it.
He expected too much from life. Ivy Dunlap is a character I loved from the husb go! The novel finally sold and went on to win the Romantic Times Best Romantic Adventure Writer Award, but Frasier continued to encounter editors who disliked her characters. In Frasier’s words, her characters are “imperfect people who had problems, who didn’t always make the right choices, but in the end triumphed. Aug 09, Bekki rated it really liked it Shelves: Second book I read by this author.
Ivy decides that she must go and put a stop to this killer. To ask other readers questions about Hushplease sign up. Interesting developments occurring all the time. I liked the almost covert way Ivy was instilled into the investigation while keeping her true identity secret – you could see how this affected her with much of her action being driven by the constant pressure to maintain this false identity.
I figured “What the heck I could not give it a 5 star rating because I could not relate to some of the choices Anne Frasier made.
It wasn’t a “romantic suspense” but I loved Ivys friendship with Max, and to a lesser extent Abraham, who came across just right-a hard working man trying to balance being father to a teenager and all the drama that comes with that! I devoured this book! Character-wise, I really enjoyed the initial dynamics between Max and Ivy and the nature of their changing relationship as the plot progressed, slowly moving from irritation to grudging respect to something that eventually bordered on friendship.
The only downside for me was the multiple POV’s – I am never completely happy with books told from numerous POV’s as it is hard to keep the tension up. I can’t believe I held on. I don’t want to give too much away so I will keep my review short and to the point. It grabbed my attention from the first sentence and the pace just kept getting faster and faster and faster, all the way until the very last word!
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This is a great suspense book that is scary in parts. To view it, click here. In doing so, she is partnered with Max Irving, who really doesn’t feel like she needs to be there.
I especially enjoyed the double adoption subplot.