Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Dangerous Passage By Lisa Harris Giveaway!

When two Jane Does are killed on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia, detective and behavioral specialist Avery North discovers they share something in common--a tattoo of a magnolia on their shoulders. Suspecting a serial killer, Avery joins forces with medical examiner Jackson Bryant to solve the crimes and prevent another murder. But it doesn't take long for them to realize that there is much more to the case than meets the eye. As they venture deep into a sinister world of human trafficking, Avery and Jackson are taken to the very edge of their abilities--and their hearts.

Dangerous Passage exposes a fully-realized and frightening world where every layer peeled back reveals more challenges ahead. Romantic suspense fans will be hooked from the start by Lisa Harris's first installment of the new Southern Crimes series.
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LISA HARRIS is a Christy Award finalist and the winner of the Best Inspirational Suspense Novel for 2011 from Romantic Times. She has over twenty novels and novella collections in print. She and her family have spent over eight years living as missionaries in Africa where she homeschools, leads a women's group, and runs a non-profit organization that works alongside their church-planting ministry. The ECHO Project works in southern Africa promoting Education, Compassion, Health, and Opportunity and is a way for her to "speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves...the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice." (Proverbs 31:8)

I really struggled with this book, I for some reason just could not get into it. I had to make myself sit and read it after fighting it for two weeks.
Something about the characters just did not come across for me. It was like the story was pieced together at some points. I am just not really sure what was going on at times.
I did think that the author was pretty clear on the research that she did for the book that was a plus. But she left me hanging in the end which I did not really care for.
I am sorry to say this is just a three star book.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.


  1. Well you can count me out, I don't want to read this book. But thank you Mary for pushing though it to letting us know it is not worth us spending our money on.

  2. Thanks for your honest review Mary. You can count me out on this book too! I have too many good ones waiting for me to read!

    Judy B

    1. Judy, you are the WINNER! I will get your book right out to you.

  3. One thing for sure Mary you are honest .Blessings ,Dana "Girl"

  4. Mary, I am so sorry did not like the book. I am so happy you told us the truth so we don't waste our money. Thank you.

  5. Mary, Thank you always for your honest opinion.

  6. Thanks for your honest review. I value your reviews highly and I do not think that I would want to read this.

  7. Honesty is always the best policy, Mary. I've seen other reviews of this book that are rave reviews, but I trust your word. You haven't let me down yet!

  8. Based on your review, Mary - not sure if I would like this book, but would like to give it a shot, as it sounds exciting, & addresses a subject that isn't well known.

    Thanks for your review, Mary, & for the giveaway opportunity!

    Bonnie Roof

  9. Thank you for sharing this very honest review, Mary! Your thoughts are always appreciated.

  10. Hmmm. Well, I guess not every book can be a winner. Thanks for letting us know!