Angel's Tip

Angel's Tip

A Novel

eBook - 2008
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Fresh-faced Indiana college student Chelsea Hart is so excited to spend the final hours of her spring break in the VIP room of an elite New York City club that she remains behind when her girlfriends call it a night. The next morning, as her concerned friends anxiously pace their hotel lobby, joggers find Chelsea's body in East River Park, her wavy blond hair brutally hacked off.
Publisher: New York : Harper, c2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061851841
9780061699207
9780061699184
0061851841
0061699209
0061699187
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Shelley51
May 14, 2016

I enjoyed the story but felt like there were too many theories! Since it was one of her early books I think she didn't know how to end the story. The killer wasn't very well developed.

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pugfan
Apr 30, 2014

Although this was not her best it does have some much needed answers to her previous books in the series. The cold case part wasn't wound as tightly as it should have been nor was the killer and his motives.

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reader10000
Jul 15, 2013

Too much was dependent on a previous book - which I have not read. In the end, you didn't really care about the killer's motives because they were so poorly developed.

The partner (JJ) was a far more interesting character than Ellie

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KathiT
Jul 23, 2012

Alafair Burke is an amazing new writer with taut suspense and interesting characters. Can't wait for more of her books!

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loudem
Jul 15, 2010

All those dead ends and you know that she's just leading us astray. First half of the book is only powder in your face, kind of filler and getting nowhere. They wake up in the second half. But just because they have to get somewhere. This is all zig-zag action, not very well constructed, and leaving the reader with a sour taste of wasted time.

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