Thin Air Jessica Shaw #1 ☆ ONLINE AUTHOR Lisa Gray – stoptheworldcup.co.uk

Thin Air Jessica Shaw #1Hich is a common feature of first time authors but it wasn t excessive Jessica is a talented and driven detective who drinks too much which is a bit of a clich but as her story is revealed my interest and sympathy both grew I liked Jason and hope that he will return in my interest and sympathy both grew I liked Jason and hope that he will return in books Violence mostly occurs off camera there is some swearing and a scene in a strip club but no sexMy thanks to NetGalley for the arc which allowed me to give an honest reviewThin Air arc which allowed me to give an honest reviewThin Air available now and is still on NetGalley at the arc which allowed me to give an honest reviewThin Air is available now and is still on NetGalley at time of writing I really enjoyed this easy read about a private investigator who very early in the story maybe even in the summary realizes she is a ey player in her current investigation Lots of characters and interesting backstories somewhat predictable but still a nice distraction The Second Son (Jack Reacher, kind of book when you don t want to think hard just be entertained I would definitely read in this series She investigates missing persons now she is oneI really enjoyed this fast paced un putdownable mysterythriller with an enticing premise that delivered on the nose and then someThe main character Jessica Shaw is fun and feisty theind of girl you want to have on your side and definitely go for a drink with I can t wait for the next in the series Private investigator Jessica Shaw lives out of her pickup truck Wanders around and picks up work where she can Mostly she tries to solve missing persons cases people who vanished into Thin Air get it Then she gets an anonymous email about a missing person a 3 year old child that looks exactly like her from an old photo because it is her That starts her search to find out who she is who her parents were all tied together with a murder the night her father disappeared with her It was an okay story pretty implausible but I can suspend belief for a while But the writing was not awesome From one section of just a few pages there were these gems her legs tangled in bedsheets as thin as cigarette papers The heat outside was as heavy as a wool coat a woman whose short life seemed to have had missing pieces than a yard sale jigsaw puzzle gates flanked on either side by hedges as neat as a Brazilian wax By about the third one I was laughing It wasn t all that bad but it could have used a good editor maybe 2 12 stars on a generous day This is apparently the start of a series that I won t be finishing Thin Air is an excellent thriller It ept me guessing all throug. Jessica soon realizes that Pryce is hiding something about her father's checkered history and her mother's deathTo solve her mother's murder and her own disappearance Jessica must dig into the past and find the secrets buried there But the air gets thinner as she crawls closer to the truth and it's getting harder and harder to breathe.

Lisa Gray ☆ 8 summary

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In character was very unlikeable and uninteresting And done some really stupid thingsSuch as drinking a uart of scotch in a short time topped it off with a glass of wine laced with sleeping pills Pretty much through the whole book All she did was drink and smoke All of the Characters Were Underdeveloped And Not Believable underdeveloped and not believable was very clear the author did little if any research on law enforcement language #procedures etc Another thing that bugged me was the author seems #etc Another thing that bugged me was the author seems enjoy describing many minor character in a harsh negative way Examples bartender with acne scarred face and limp hair waitress old her red hair is from a bottle her breasts aren t natural her fingernails fake her tight fitting uniform reminds me of a porn star oh and her name tag is crooked It s not just the people she describes this way She also describes places and objects like this Another example was the bar stool with a rip in it from which the foam rubber cushion erupts like a popped pimple Ewww gross and unnecessary At times i wondered if an immature 5 th grader was writing Save yourself time and money and pass on this one This was an accomplished debut thriller set in California from an author who surprisingly turned out to be Scottish It seems to be the start about a series about Private Investigator Jessica Shaw and while I didn t particularly like her as a character I reminded myself that I have often taken a while to warm up to some of my now favourite heroines and that prickliness can be far interesting than niceness I will definitely be een to follow her future adventuresJessica Shaw is a loner can be far interesting than niceness I will definitely be The Thermals of August keen to follow her future adventuresJessica Shaw is a loner the country following the sudden death of her beloved father going where the work takes her but when she is sent an anonymous email about a child who disappeared 25 years earlier she is shocked to recognise herself When she arrives at the scene she discovers that her mother a beautiful bar girl with a difficult past was brutally murdered the same night she was taken and no one was ever arrested for the crimeMeanwhile LAPD detective Jason Pryce is investigating the murder of a college student in a seedy motel but discovers that she too had secretsThis was well written with just enough descriptions to set a scene without being distracting a wide range of potential suspects and an intriguing mystery with the reveal of the perpetrator coming as a complete surprise to me Yes there is a reliance on coincidence Earns that her biological mother wasilled the night she was abducted Jessica's determined to solve a case the police have forgotten Meanwhile veteran LAPD detective Jason Pryce is in the midst of a gruesome investigation into a murdered college student moonlighting as a prostitute A chance encounter leads to them crossing paths but. Really happy to have chosen this as May s First #ReadA novel twist on the private investigator formula What happens when a troubled and drifting PI who specialises mainly in #novel twist on the private investigator formula What happens when a troubled and drifting PI who specialises mainly in missing people gets an anonymous message suggesting she looks into a disappearance from 25 years ago only to realise the little girl who disappeared was her How does she handle the fact that her whole life may have been a lie a sham the people Missing person PI Jessica Shaw is looking for her next gig when she realizes that she is her own client Alicia Lavelle abducted at age three the night her mother was murdered is Jessica s real identity The picture OF THE MISSING GIRL HOLDING THE BARBIE HER BARBIE the missing girl holding the Barbie her Barbie actually Jessica which means her father lied all these years A college student Amy Ong is missing and found I m mixed about this book For the most part it was OK sometimes interesting but I did find it easy to put down I figured out the Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire - The Sunday Times Bestseller killer the moment the character was introduced so it was important how the investigation went that made the story work For overall an excellent read initially the multiple plots are confusing as they are intended to be but Gray has a firm grasp and the pieces fall into place one criticism the characters involved in the ending could have been developed earlier in the story instead they come as a surprise which is good but also as who are they which is bad This was Gray s first novel I am inclined to read the next in this series Thin Air Jessica Shaw By Lisa Gray 1 If I could give it 0 stars I would I try my best not to write many bad reviews However if I am going to write a review it is going to be honest This is my first read by this author and may just be the lastThis is the first book in a new Jessica Shaw series by Lisa Gray I figured out theiller early on and there was just too much unnecessary description At times she would write 2 pages describing a room This was done over and over Thin Air is told from several points of view and alternating timelines And was very confusing The past the 90s when Jessica was first abducted and in the present as Jessica
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to solve mystery of her past all while Detective Pryce works a mystery in the present Thin Air is Advertised as a thrillerhowever there is nothing thrilling about it In fact It s a very very boreing read It didn t The Perfect Child keep me hooked at all Ielpt putting the book down not really wanting to pick it back up The ma. She investigates missing persons now she is onePrivate investigator Jessica Shaw is used to getting anonymous tips But after receiving a photo of a three year old Lost Horizon kidnapped from Los Angeles twenty five years ago Jessica is stunned to recognize the little girl as herselfEager for answers Jessica heads to LA's dark underbelly When she

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