Iris Johansen Message Board
Roydrowsy posts on 8/9/2005 5:14:15 PM
So a few years back, on a whim I picked up THE KILLING GAME, read it and loved it. I think I read THE SEARCH....
little did i know that these books are sort of... a part of a series.. I picked up BLIND ALLEY today, and so I guess my question is.. before I start reading BLINE ALLEY, should I stop and make an effort to read everything in between.. or is it not a big deal?
knowing what i know now.. my next few stops at the library will probably be for these other books... but i was junt wondering if i should dig right in..or hold off for a lil bit.
deveouz posts on 7/11/2005 12:05:09 PM
the book was good and all i really was hoping for more action when bently blew up the boat but hey...overall great book
shawn posts on 6/13/2005 8:51:29 PM
i thought that this was one of the best books that i have ever read the characters were awesome. i think that there should be more books with Galen as the manin character and quinn and duncan. hope to read more and them to get better and better
Liliana posts on 6/10/2005 11:28:17 AM
Under John Logan's "Character" It say's that he Doesn't have Family. But if I am not mistaken in your book, "The Search" He falls In Love with Sarah. & they become a couple. If that is the case, then Yes, he does have Family. Please correct me if I am wrong. I love all your books, with Eve, Jane, Sarah Hope there is more to come!
Hope posts on 6/9/2005 5:07:19 PM
i love all your books with Jane, Eve, Joe Quinn and logan. you should write more with them in it
thanks for the interesting books you've wrote Iris.
Henry Graham posts on 6/9/2005 4:11:13 PM
Yes, there is a book that contains the answer to your question re the Luis Delgado-Marisa union, how it began. It is REAP THE WIND, circa 1991.
This book was in my posession for a long time before I read it. I had shunned it because I thought that it was a "romance" novel.
It is not a romance novel. It is a stunningly great story, with some elements of a romance novel, totally atypical, though. I am now an Iris Fan, and will get and read lots more of her books.
I am proud that she lives in Georgia, as I do.
April posts on 5/26/2005 2:29:40 PM
Loved most of the book, and am glad to get to Jane and Trevor again.
Missed strong reactions from Jane over certain character deaths- she used to react much stronger. Loved her sass and strength. Trevor doesn't seem so dangerous this time around. Maybe the next book???
CHRISTY posts on 5/22/2005 12:36:33 AM
THE BOOK WAS GOOD OVERALL BUT THE ENDING WAS A LITTLE OF A LET DOWN
Johni posts on 5/20/2005 10:57:33 PM
Blind Alley now and I'm loving every bit of it, I tell all my friends to read this book now we're having a contest to see who finishes it first, I hope there will be another to this specific series, I'm going to college now for forensics, This is an awesome series.
Andi posts on 5/20/2005 4:29:52 PM
Is the reference sport of a thousand delights used in this book refering to Shahrazade in the Arabian thousand and one nights? If so when was the tale of the Arabian nights first published? I have read most of your books and scour used book stores for any of your first written books. I just came across the Delaney's series and although I don't have them all yet I live in excitement of the hunt.
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