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I am growing bored.

I don’t scare easy, but this is one heckofa nail-biting, page-turning, edge-of-the-seat ride! The plot plodded along, without really much imagination, and I kept wondering what inspired any of the characters to do what they doing.

Iria exhilarating read with the previous volumes characters, as well as a new one Return to Book Page. And this killer wants nothing more than to lure Eve further and further into his swamp of madness The story itself hinges on the fact Eve needs to find her Bonnie for closure, and how her obsession ruins lives around her, while also making her prey for the sickos out there who enjoy hurting others and using them for their own obsessions.

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It’s good overall, and you can always hope that Montalvo comes to his senses and qiucksand for a new woman to obsess over soon. No trivia or quizzes yet. Joe Quinn is an Atlanta detective who will do anything to find Eve’s daughter. In Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great success.


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Eve Duncan 1 – 10 of 25 books.

In a way it reminds me of a tennis match when the plot has a series of tricky plays that get overcome only to face another; the threats and complications operate only as a progression of things at a similar level. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This one doesn’t disappoint. Nov johasnen, Gloria rated it it was amazing Shelves: It keeps you on edge the whole way through, in a good way. Eve, the heroine, reconstructs skulls of unidentified remains, to help identify, and hopefully resolve a jojansen, or missing person.

Joe and Montalvo have no flaws that I could really find other than Joe’s anger, I suppose, at Eve’s obsession over Bonnie.

Goodreads helps you keep quocksand of books you want to read. I won’t tell, but if you are a fan of these two characters, it is a must read.

Quicksand (Eve Duncan, #8) by Iris Johansen

United States of America. Overall, a good fit in the Eve Duncan series, and fans will want to read this! He doesn’t just want to lure Eve in his trap–he wants to kill Joe and Luis first, to hurt her further. Even after everything that happened in Columbia. Again, this novel was blah on the Eve side, but the return of Montalvo whose wife’s skull Eve recons This was one of the better stories in the Eve Duncan series, even though Eve was her usual incompetent self, only coming into her glory when doing facial reconstruction.


She began this career sometime after losing her own child Bonnie. If you enjoy suspense novels this series is for you. Body of Lies Eve Duncan. In “Quicksand”, Joe has a good lead on one of Bonnie’s possible killers. Nov 23, Melody rated it it was ok. Feb 03, Judith Wrinkle rated it it was amazing. Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor whose daughter Bonnie was apparently the victim of a child killer.

Eve’s work reconstructing skulls is a minor, minor plot that is forgotten and one that remains without a conclusion upon the end of iis book. May 07, Jennifer Wardrip rated it really liked it Shelves: However, Johansen did manage to surprise me in one way.

When Eve finds out what Joe has done, she follows him, intent on being there when Kistle is captured.

Knowing a lot of the back story of Eve Duncan’s past would be good, but I think someone new to to the series would be able to jump in with this book and become part of this excellent series.