Carol O'Connell Message Board
Craig L. Dall posts on 10/16/2012 2:54:51 PM
I'm reading Dead famous. Riker appears to have been shot by a psychotic teen, I did not see any books in between crime school and dead famous. Am I missing something. Thank you.
Nancy posts on 7/5/2009 2:57:44 PM
I have just read "Bone on Bone"--it
is outstanding. I have read all the
Mallory books and loved them all.
What a talent Carol O'Connell has!!
I look forward to more--more--more.
John posts on 1/31/2007 1:20:46 PM
I do think Mallory and Charles should get together. He is the only man who interest her, (note the crystal ball she gives him as a present) and he is head-over-heels in love with her. Although in different ways, both are highly intellegent. Once they dance, once they kiss, and I truly think once they should have a permenant relationship (possibly marriage). As hard as she is, she does care for him a great deal, just as she cares for Riker, but that relationship could not go beyond what it is, Kathy and Charles' could indeed go further if kthey let it.
posts on 8/14/2006 12:25:23 AM
I'd like to know a little bit about who fiction writer Carol O'Connell is, the author of the " Kathy Mallory" crime novels. I'm not looking for any "personal" information, just the kind of information that is generally available about popular authors (background, education, interests, etc.) Her novels are quite extraordinary.
Cathy posts on 11/19/2005 8:56:32 AM
I just finished this book & am still asking myself this question. Was it James Winter? Any help would be appreciated.
deb posts on 3/16/2005 11:49:30 PM
What ever she pleases! After the fine books she has written over the years, I don't think anyone who truely appreciates this writer's work would feel like they had the right to dictate what route she takes next. I love every one of the Mallory books and admire The Judas Child very much as a stand-alone novel. Either would satisfy my desire just to get another one of her books under my belt. I just hope we are lucky enough to have her continue to entertain for many years to come.
Nancy McCullough posts on 2/10/2005 10:36:03 AM
Our book club read this book last month. We all had different theories on why it was called Crime School.
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.