Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Title: Sleeping with the Crawfish
Author: D J Donaldson
Review: This was a better thriller then the last one I read - more mystery and thrill for sure. I am not keen on the degrading comments about women- no matter how old the characters are-that was a bit off putting for sure. But the mystery was good and fast paced it kept me sweeping the pages since it was on my Kindle.
I liked the characters and the mystery with the twist at the end. I really did not see that coming until it did and then I was like – How did I miss that? I enjoyed the story and the relationships between the characters. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon. The close calls the characters found themselves in were scary and heart stopping as they worked out ways out of the scrapes and near death experiences- I would be dead if it were me in similar situations-not a fast thinker or coordinated in many ways- thank heaven my life is boring and no one wants to kill me.
This is a series but this is the only one I have read so far and it wasn’t difficult to get caught up knowing what was happening or had happened between the characters in the past books. If you like a good mystery/thriller and I think this is a good one for you to read. So check it out!!!
Published: Astor + Blue Editions (April 2, 2013)
Page Count: 310
Quick Review: 4 1/2 out 5 stars –
Why I Read this Title: Sent for review
Synopsis: When a fresh cadaver is delivered to his lab, forensic pathologist Andy Broussard discovers that the deceased is a convict supposedly serving time in the Louisiana state prison -- and prison officials claim that the man is still in his cell. Broussard enlists the help of his former colleague Kit Franklyn to discover the truth behind the bizarre turn of events. Kit travels up to the prison to photograph and fingerprint the convict. However, upon her arrival the prison officials claim that the convict in question died during the night and was cremated immediately. Meanwhile, Broussard follows another lead and finds himself drawn into a sinister murder plot. Now, in order to survive, Broussard must quickly determine how these events are connected.
Author Information: D.J. Donaldson is a retired professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology. His entire academic career was spent at the University of Tennessee, Health Science Center, where he published dozens of papers on wound-healing and where he taught microscopic anatomy to thousands of medical and dental students.