1. The Rook, Bowers Files Series #2
    The Rook, Bowers Files Series #2
    Steven James
    Signet / 2009 / Mass Paperback
    $5.99 Retail: $7.99 Save 25% ($2.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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  1. Riverton Wy
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    An excellent suspense novel.
    December 21, 2011
    Evelyn Olson
    Riverton Wy
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Besides Ted Dekker novels Steven James writes novels

    that hold my interest until the very end. The Rook keeps

    you guessing who is guilty and what is next to occur.

    The whole book is clean reading with no cuss words or

    offensive language. When I start reading, I find it very

    hard to put it down because I am always questioning

    what will happen and where it will happen. Besides the

    mystery part it also contains family oriented sections

    involving the main character Patrick and his stepdaughter

    Tessa. This is an excellent book for anyone who likes

    mystery and suspense stories.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 12, 2009
    Debbie @ Genre Reviews
    I received this book as a review copy from the publisher. "The Rook" was a well-written, fast-paced forensic/detective thriller. This is the second Patrick Bowers novel, but you don't need to read the first book, "The Pawn," to understand what's going on in this one.The first novel had a very well-written "who-done-it" element (which I loved), but this book was more a thriller with a good dose of romance. While still a bit dark, "The Rook" wasn't as gruesome as "The Pawn." The crimes and crime scenes were chilling, though not particularly graphic (i.e. he gives you just enough to let your imagination fill in the details).The details about the city, people, and investigation made the novel come alive in my imagination. The characters were complex, interesting, and had realistic emotional struggles. I especially liked the emotional struggles Bower's stepdaughter, Tessa, went through as fallout from what happened in the first novel. I also liked how the author portrayed the main women as smart, competent, respected, and not trying to be men.The main detective characters struggle with the evil they see every day in the criminals they're out to stop and in their own dark desire to hurt the bad guys--blow for blow--for the harm they've done to other people.There was no sex. There was a minimal amount of swearing and the cussing was in the "he cursed" style. Overall, I'd highly recommend this thoughtful, well-written thriller.
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