Twister

Twister Full of hairpin turns and gritty non stop action Twister marks the second appearance of Robin Light an amateur sleuth with a soft spot for animals and a knack for finding herself at the scene of a

  • Title: Twister
  • Author: Barbara Block
  • ISBN: 9780821749890
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Full of hairpin turns and gritty, non stop action, Twister marks the second appearance of Robin Light, an amateur sleuth with a soft spot for animals and a knack for finding herself at the scene of a crime This time, Robin s on the case when her old friend confesses to a murder Robin is certain she didn t commit As the crime trail twists and turns, Robin finds herself caFull of hairpin turns and gritty, non stop action, Twister marks the second appearance of Robin Light, an amateur sleuth with a soft spot for animals and a knack for finding herself at the scene of a crime This time, Robin s on the case when her old friend confesses to a murder Robin is certain she didn t commit As the crime trail twists and turns, Robin finds herself caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse that she is determined to win.

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    1. TWISTER - OkayBlock, Barbara - 2nd in Robin Light seriesRobin's on the case when her friend confesses to a murder Robin is certain she didn't commit--a crime that soon implicates Robin also. The trail twists and turns until it reveals ties to an eight-year-old unsolved murder. And from the seediest outskirts of Syracuse to a state prison to the affluent suburbs, Robin finds herself caught in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse.It was okay, but only okay. I don't know that I'll read others by her.

    2. This is the second book in the series, but the first I've read. Coming a little late to the party, however, did not hinder my enjoyment of the book. Though there are some references to earlier events, they are self-explained. The book has a female first-person narrator, something I usually shy away from, but the series character, Robin Light, is observant enough to carry a mystery and interesting enough as a person to advance the plot without the usual petty ideologies and mawkish distractions. [...]

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