While Galileo Preys #2020

While Galileo Preys Joshua Corin While Galileo Preys If there were a God he would have stopped me That s the message discovered atop an elementary school in downtown Atlanta Across the street are the bodies of fourteen innocent men and women each quic

  • Title: While Galileo Preys
  • Author: Joshua Corin
  • ISBN: 9780778328117
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • While Galileo Preys Joshua Corin If there were a God, he would have stopped me.That s the message discovered atop an elementary school in downtown Atlanta Across the street are the bodies of fourteen innocent men and women, each quickly and cleanly murdered The sniper Galileo is on the loose He can end a human life from hundreds of yards away And he is just getting started Where others see puzzles, EIf there were a God, he would have stopped me.That s the message discovered atop an elementary school in downtown Atlanta Across the street are the bodies of fourteen innocent men and women, each quickly and cleanly murdered The sniper Galileo is on the loose He can end a human life from hundreds of yards away And he is just getting started Where others see puzzles, Esme Stuart sees patterns, and these outside the box inductive skills made her one of the FBI s top field operatives But she turned her back on all that eight years ago to start a family and live a normal life She now has a husband and a daughter and a Long Island home to call her own, far removed from the bloody streets of Atlanta But Galileo s murders escalate and her beleaguered old boss needs the help of his former prot g e But how can she turn her back on her well earned quiet life How would she ever be able to justify such a choice to her husband To her daughter And what will happen when Galileo turns his scope on them
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    1. Joshua Corin, While Galileo Preys Mira, 2010 Okay, so Published by Mira and with a grammatically awkward pun in the title What on Earth was I thinking picking this book up I could almost hear it begging me not to push the ship me this title button I must have been feeling like a masochist that day, though, because press the button I did, and a week odd later, While Galileo Preys was sitting in my mailbox, giving me that accusing stare that you get from the person you re trying to pick up in the [...]

    2. If there were a God, He would have stopped me That s the message discovered atop an elementary school in downtown Atlanta Across the street are fourteen innocent men and women, each quickly and cleanly murdered Murdered not by just a random serial killer but by a snipermeone with field experience but who is it and why is he doing it As usual, I picked up a book that is somewhere in a series lol There was enough back and forth that I know there were at least a couple of books before this one howe [...]

    3. Das Buch hat mir richtig gut gefallen Es ist toll geschrieben und die Handlung geht stets im gleichen Tempo voran Der Schluss wird auch nicht herausgez gert, was mir bei einigen anderen B chern von anderen Autoren aufgefallen ist.Werde auf jeden Fall die kommenden B cher von ihm lesen Deutscher Titel Herr, erbarme dich

    4. das buch hat mir richtig gut gefallen es ist toll geschrieben und die handlung geht stets im gleichen tempo voran der schluss wird auch nicht herausgez gert, was mir bei einigen b chern von anderen autoren aufgefallen ist.werde auf jeden fall die kommenden b cher von ihm lesen.

    5. Great read Very unique serial killer, self named Galileo I love the heroine Esme Looking forward to her future adventures.

    6. I give this a 2 1 2 stars The overall storytelling and plot was fine but the characters were problematic Esme, for the main character, has a lot of promise but it s not entirely fulfilled The idea of a suburban mom with her family background is really interesting, but the husband was so contemptible and I just have trouble liking the whole family I was unclear why she made that choices that she did when she did.

    7. library ebook After the fifth incident of an innocent shot in the head, several from sniper distance, I said enough Central character, Esme, seemed to be simpering too much about her role in life and marriage.Won t be tempted to download another free book by this author.

    8. Don t want to rate this one Esme is an extremely likable character For mysterious reasons she ditched a productive and successful career in the FBI, where she alone could see patterns in serial crime that would nab the bad guy, for a stultifying stint in bland, deadly boring suburbia Ok, not so mysterious, her husband insists that this subsumed version of Esme is his wife We don t like him, don t understand Esme liking someone who would insist on this We also don t like his self centered, self s [...]

    9. While Galileo Preys opens with a bang and the suspense and unraveling to the who and why are gripping For me, this was a read that I couldn t put down Someone is sniper killing innocent people An ex FBI agent is brought in, Esme Stuart,now a retired homemaker Esme has a unique way of solving cases and her expertise is called upon to help with the murderous Galileo My jaw hit the floor on than one occasion, all before page 90 I think the writing here is unique in that the writer pushes the envel [...]

    10. This was a surprise for a mass market paperback that I grabbed off our library s book sale table.It s actually a pretty good thriller Esme is attempting to leave the FBI to be a wife and mother, but a recent shooting may draw her back in, causing family problems and danger to herself.I m of a traditional mystery lover I prefer knowing all of the characters and figuring out who did it, rather than just chasing down a stranger but this was really good It kept me wanting to turn the pages.The vill [...]

    11. As I first started to read this book I was completely thrown off at least three times I m glad that the book did not continue in the style that it started because I was beginning to think that there would never be a main plot Thankfully, the book went in another direction and I became enthralled At the end of the book I couldn t put it down My brain was telling me that it was too late and time to call it a night but my eyes weren t listening I just HAD to know how it all ended d you know what I [...]

    12. Our heroine has left the FBI in favor of home family that would be fine, except that it apparently wasn t her choice it was her husband s demand But seven years later, she is THE ONLY PERSON IN THE ENTIRE WORLD who can solve a mystery that has the FBI stymied Uh, okay Not buying it Her dilemma between her family and her career would have made sense if the book were set in, say, the 1950s Too bad the suspense wasn t suspenseful, or I d have gotten over the annoying premise.Note the unexplained [...]

    13. Interesting descriptive dialogue and believably a story that intrigues mystery readers A thrilling suspense needs well planted character and details to hold readers esteem when getting to the roots of what the book is about Esme being a mother of a daughter who drew her in her dress before Esme goes out is a quality many writer may left out because it suggests too many details about what living is all about and its pressures But this story is catching and that when Esme was one step ahead of a c [...]

    14. Adding to the intrigue and interest of this story of a gunman bent on mass murder was the author s skill in introducing a character and encapsulating his her ambitions desires disappointments in life within a single paragraph to the point where I often felt a sense of disappointment when the character was suddenly dispatched by the end of that very same paragraph I enjoyed the read, but the revelation of the gunman s motivation for all the carnage seemed far fetched I ll give this author another [...]

    15. It was ok The main character Esme was likable enough but I must say when I found out the big secret, the reason for all these murders I was disappointed Galileo was a mystery, there was a small look into him I would have liked there to have been something to him in the reading I was intrigued enough by the mail character though that I would read the next book.

    16. A serial killer is on the loose Retired FBI agent is called back into service Lots of dead bodies in the course of the story Nothing really deep or new here, but I excerpted one quote as a Facebook status The characters were interesting enough, and there were enough plot twists to keep the pages turning Overall, I probably enjoyed it than it deserved.

    17. It kind of felt like starting in the middle of the series because why Esme leaves the FBI isn t really explained I did like the two sides of Rafe prig or bait and switched husband because Esme obviously chose to marry and have a child with him.

    18. Esme Stuart is a kick FBI agent Loved this book Never wanted it to end A serial Killer going by the name of Galileo made the perfect psychopath Read this book in one day loved it loved it loved

    19. Picked this up on a whim Always looking for new authors since I read so quickly Very good read, draws you in, and while predictable, at times, it shocks and surprises in other times Give it a read It s worth the time

    20. A fast paced thriller with a smart protagonist who keeps you cheering for her until the terrifying end.

    21. Awesome book I couldn t put it down I don t understand how anyone could give it less than 5 I m going to the library to get the next book in the series.

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