Chasing the Night

Chasing the Night

[a Novel]

Large Print - 2010
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Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan is drawn into the mystery of a child that had been abducted eight years earlier, and must use her skills with age progression as a way to reunite mother and son. But Eve must face looming demons of her own.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. :, Thorndike Press,, 2010.
Edition: Large print edition.
ISBN: 9781410431523
Branch Call Number: LT FIC JOHA
Characteristics: 527 pages (large print) ; 22 cm.
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Jun 14, 2019

The Eve Duncan series when she was a forensic sculptor and solved mysteries / crimes were great. This new fantasy / supernatural direction is ridiculous and a mess. If I wanted to read science fiction I would do so. Terrible!! Horrible! Never again. Kristi & Abby Tabby

Krajzel Jan 17, 2012

Interesting story, well written. However, it seems that Eve Duncan is not the primary character in this story. Catherine Ling is the main character. Took away from the books we are use to reading about Eve Duncan.

jinx402 Sep 26, 2011

I like the Eve series and yet sometimes it can be so aggravating spending so much time on the same old same old. Yes she is obsessed by her daughter's death, yes Joe wants to protect her, yes she will do whatever she darn well choices. Much time is always spent going over the same thing. Supporting characters tend to always act the same way book after book. Sometimes you can tell a good author by how different each character and each plot are book after book. She isn't a bad author. Just predictable most of the time.

May 15, 2011

Not as intense. Very predicatble as arwdkj said. I actually bored with the first day reading it already. I say 2 stars only. Too regular of a book.

Mar 04, 2011

Preposterous plot and the characters are cardboard.

Dec 19, 2010

Johansen's books are always good and a fast read. However they are predictable. The next one might be the last of this series?

gwsuperfan Dec 05, 2010

Johansen strays farther and farther from the realm of believability with each new Eve Duncan book. It seems that the author wants to take the characters in 17 different directions all at once, and the attempts to make Eve and Joe Quinn the nexus of National Security, Counterterrorism, Forensic Science, Paranormal Connections, and European vigilantes are stretching believability to the breaking point.


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