Deadlock [Iris Johansen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Emily Hudson is an archeologist who travels the world in search of priceless. An especially far-fetched plot and unconvincing dialogue mar this romantic thriller, set primarily in Afghanistan and Russia, from bestseller. Deadlock By Iris Johansen – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Deadlock by Iris Johansen
I’ve been reading Johansen for years and this book was a disappointment. I will admit that I have only ever read books in this genre written by male authors, deadolck a female author added a whole new dimension that I wasn’t used to.
However, I have read some deadlocl her other work and expect better And of course, without those there’s nothing left to enjoy. Third, and perhaps most aggravating to me, was the fact that there was always an answer, or someone within reach who could provide the answer, no matter how ridiculous or unreasonable the circumstance.
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Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. Refresh and try again. Martin’s Press first published April How she ties that to present day is very interesting.
Victims of one of the most ruthless and evil human beings on earth. View on the Mobile Site.
The main characters are someone who works irid the U. What the hell, Garrett and Johansen? I like strong female characters, and have read many books with such in the last few years. In other of Johansen’s books although they wanted to solve the crime and have the culprit pay for his crime; getting revenge wasn’t so blantently apparent. Emily Hudson is an archeologist who travels the world in search of priceless artifacts from war-torn countries and other hot spots.
Soon, they’re catapulted into an astonishing adventure in which nothing — and no one — is what it seems. As Eve and the killer engage in a dance of death, Eve has no choice but to call upon those she loves and trusts the most – Joe Quinn and Jane MacGuire – even if it means putting them in the path of someone whose bloodlust cannot be quenched.
I enjoyed this Iris Johansen book. And of course most of the mooks are from the Middle East, because the beginning of the book takes place in the Middle East. Hidden inside the old mallet is a treasure map to the long-lost riches of Russia’s assassinated Romanov family. Her best friend and partner, Joel Levy, is always at her side—until one day, her entire crew is massacred and Joel and Emily are held captive.
Before they know it they are surrounded and carried off to an isolated village. Drama played out across 3 continents. Iris Johansen CD Collection 2: Jun 09, Bob rated it really liked it. I noticed that Johansen had, a couple of times, picked the character Irks liked the most as the traitor, although I can’t say I didn’t see it coming.
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LibraryThing recommendations and tag cloud. The mystery plot seemed needlessly complicated as are most things that involve Rasputin and the Romanovs which left little time to develop the many characters featured in the novel. The book was just amazing! Having just read a rather slow, tedious book before this one, I was relieved to find this story gripping and interesing. Sep 16, Nathaniel Mueller rated it it was amazing. The plot was complicated, jouansen I li I enjoyed this Iris Johansen book.
I was very impressed with the Storyline of this book. What Readers Are Saying What do you think? Jul 03, Mandy rated it liked it. Second, the author’s desire to keep the story moving seems to have led to a total lack of description of person, place or thing; nothing and no one was given much more than a cursory explanation. There are also johanaen struggles and subplots where someone escapes in the end of one of those and small bits and pieces of planning for next moves that should be made and whatnot.
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Her best friend and partner, Joel Levy, is always at her side — until one day, when her entire crew comes under attack.
The hammer seems to be tied to almost deaflock of her characters. Like her Eve books better. Once she is rescued by Garrett and time passes on she develops a longing to protect all of the people that have helped her heal from her time in the mountains.
This was my first Iris Johansen book, and I have to admit that I had to change gear to read this book.