Reader ´ The 7th Month ↠ Lisa Gardner
N the middle of a graveyard DD must uickly unravel a tangled web of lies As another cast member is attacked DD realizes that like it or not her priorities have changed and her last desperate hope is that she can catch a killer before she and her unborn baby face mortal danger This was ok Nothing really special but a decent story
Doc The 7th Month
The 7th MonthIn her seventh month of pregnancy DD should be taking it easy Instead she accepts a small consulting role on the set of a serial killer film shooting in Boston DD figures she’ll be useful to someone for at least one night serving as a police expert and making a little extra My first ever audio book experience Accents I think could be an issue for me with this type of reading It's a voice I'm not used to and I kept thinking about it listening to the nuances of the voice not the story Also distraction I kept doing things where I stopped listening Nothing major just would need to work on adjusting myself to stop and listen My issue though of courseDD is 29 weeks pregnant now and relegated to a desk reception no less This is not good enough and she's bored of course She jumps as much as her tummy will let her at the chance to consult on a movie set on police procedures Extra cash for her nursery why not? DD is as uick as ever lots of witty retorts She's a great lead characterAlex returns yay I really liked him in the prior instalment and he clearly is smitten with our hard to pin down leading lady to help solve a crime that has just occurred in relation to the consultant who has mysteriously disappeared Thus DD's reuired presence on set The exec producer that hired her is jumpy something's not right and DD is on the caseMy unusual average rating for this one and I do feel like I'm letting the team down here is simply because I found it a tad corny possibly not helped with the cookey accents when the narrator changed characters? No harm done though can't wait for the next one which by all accounts seems ominous due to the very last sentence DD what's going on with you??
Lisa Gardner ↠ The 7th Month Text
The 7th Month Mobi ✓ 71 pages ✓ In her seventh month of pregnancy DD should be taking it easy Instead she accepts a small consulting role on the set of a serial killer film shooting in Boston DD figures she’ll be useful to someone for at least one night serving as a police expert and making a little extra money in the bargainIt seems like a Money in the bargainIt seems like a simple task until the previous film consultant a former Boston cop is found beaten to death Suddenly DD’s date with Hollywood gets serious Extremely pregnant on the trail of a killer and surrounded by a hundred and four murder suspects i A uick short bookLisa Gardner 2018 Working at a police desk Detective DD Warren is 7 months pregnant A film producer’s current “retired” movie policemen consultant is missing He enters offers the pregnant DD an enormous fee to be the “new” movie police consultant to continue filmingbringing excitement to herCan DD see through the lies? Money is “laundered” with Boston’s crime bosses film producers? Find what happened to the “retired” movie policemen consultant? Extremely pregnant on the trail of a killer surrounded by a hundred and four murder suspects in the middle of a graveyard DD must uickly unravel a tangled web of lies As another cast member is killed DD realizes that like it or not her priorities have changed – her last desperate hope is she can defeat A Gravestone Killer before she her “unborn” baby face mortal dangerPlot took too long for me to get into for a short bookExtra Note uestionThe book discusses 7 steps to planning murders1 Who Why?2 Never look back?3 Pick “murder kit” how to use on victim?4 Plan for “physiological” overload on you?5 The body disposing or exposing?6 Strong alibi call a friend just before murder? so they can say you were talking to them7 Don’t worry with the final step?These steps sound too simple? Agree?It's always nice reading a book with your home setting Being from Boston you know how well the author knows the streets suburbs as you do less