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Abby Cooper?s betting the house on her inner eye...It took a while for Abby Cooper's FBI agent boyfriend, Dutch Rivers, to accept her psychic gifts as the real deal. But these days he knows better than to question Abby's visions. So when his favorite cousin Chase is kidnapped in Vegas, they both catch the next flight to Sin City. Abby's inner eye insists that Chase is stilAbby Cooper?s betting the house on her inner eye...It took a while for Abby Cooper's FBI agent boyfriend, Dutch Rivers, to accept her psychic gifts as the real deal. But these days he knows better than to question Abby's visions. So when his favorite cousin Chase is kidnapped in Vegas, they both catch the next flight to Sin City. Abby's inner eye insists that Chase is still alive, but nothing else about the case adds up- especially Dutch's reluctance to involve his own Bureau. On top of everything, Dutch is battling a mysterious illness, and Abby keeps having disturbing dreams that predict his death. Dutch wants Abby to promise that if the investigation goes south, she'll head home to safety. But when the chips are down, Abby won't fold without a fight......

Title : Death Perception
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ISBN : 9780451224866
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 314 Pages
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Death Perception Reviews

  • Sandra Bašić
    2018-12-29 17:36

    Zanimljiva i napeta. Pročitana po drugi put, jedva sam se malo sjetila kraja :D

  • Gail
    2019-01-08 13:58

    Abby Cooper, psychic eye, is back searching and solving mysteries. This time, she and her FBI boyfriend, Dutch Rivers, go to Las Vegas to rescue his cousin from kidnapping. In the process of investigating, Dutch disappears. A mystery from a previous book returns with a great deal of danger and menace. Abby along with her good friend Candace and her sister roll through Las Vegas, racing against time to find Dutch and unravel a complex mystery. What might have been a cute gimmick has evolved into good solid mysteries where the psychic senses of the heroine are used authentically in this sixth outing of the series. No deus ex machina implausible rescues by psychic revelation here, but some help, some inexplicable untranslatable messages that hinder and help. Abby Cooper is a great detectve and the growing number of people in her life are wonderful, real, and you hope to see her again and again.

  • Linda Smatzny
    2018-12-25 16:01

    This time Dutch's cousin, Chase goes missing so Dutch and Abby go to Las Vegas. Shortly after they arrive Dutch goes missing and Dutch's immediate boss at the FBI shows up and starts investigating Dutch as if he is the bad guy. Abby goes into hiding but has two friends along to help her. The book is a lot darker than others in this series has been. The book was a fast easy read.

  • Karen McCluskey
    2019-01-16 14:42

    The Abby Cooper Psychic Eye Mystery series is a lot of fun. I've been burning through these books at an alarming rate - about one a day - while recovering from a flu. I forget all about the pesky coughing when I'm reading Abby.While I found the mystery in the first book too predictable, they became much more engaging for me after that. This one is my favourite, possibly due to my predisposition to love all things Las Vegas. There are lots of reviews that discuss plot, so instead I'll touch on style, craft and the reading experience. Victoria Laurie has mastered the art of building a mystery. The story is layered with lots of twists, while still being light enough to be brain candy. Abby behaves true to character, ignoring direction, getting in trouble and ultimately saving the day. We get to know her business partner Candace a lot better and see more of her sister Cat. There are times when the three of them are like an expanded version of Thelma and Louise - it really kept the pages turning. The one small thing that occasionally takes me out of the story (in all the books) is Laurie's handling of romantic scenes. She has clearly made a decision not to use profanity or write sex scenes. I can certainly respect that, but several times, I've found the scenes with her boyfriend Dutch cut abruptly short as she employs a bit of a 'fade to black' approach when intimacy comes into the picture. Not that I am looking for great long scenes, but the lack of even more emotional encounters between Abby and Dutch can at times make their relationship seem a bit flat. This might also be why this is (so far) my favourite book in the series, because Dutch is absent for most of it.Niggles aside, I highly recommend the series if you like paranormal mystery with a touch of fun. You'll get it here in spades.

  • Marina
    2018-12-29 13:38

    Easy to read, fast paced, interesting, but also bit light-headed. I read Croatian edition.

  • Traci
    2019-01-02 19:53

    It took a while for Abby's FBI agent boyfriend, Dutch Rivers, to accept her psychic gifts as the real deal. But these days he knows better than to question Abby's visions. So when his cousin Chase is kidnapped after a bloody shoot-out in a Vegas alleyway, he agrees that her clairvoyant skills could be invaluable, and they both catch the next flight to Sin City. Abby's inner eye insists that Chase is still alive, but nothing else about the case adds up - especially Dutch's reluctance to involve the FBI. On top of everything, Dutch is battling a mysterious illness, and Abby keeps having disturbing dreams that predict his death. Dutch wants Abby to promise that if the investigation goes south, she'll head home to safety, but when the chips are down, Abby won't fold without a fight.This is the sixth book in Laurie's "Psychic Eye" series, and the first review I've done of any of the books. Basically, they fall under the "cute/cozy/slightly-paranormal mystery" category. They don't take long to read, and they don't take a lot of brain power, either. Yup, my "popcorn" books that I've referred to in past reviews.This one really isn't any different, except that it is the first one I found myself being somewhat disappointed in, and that seems an odd thing to say, given that my expectations weren't that high in the first place. I've gotten used to Laurie repeating herself when she's giving exposition about how Abby's abilities work, her "crew", what goes through her mind when something is true/false, etc. While it's probably not nearly as noticeable when you have to wait a year between books, it would still be nice if authors could find a way to fill in that backstory in their series' entries without sounding like carbon copies all the time. But I digress.... I know that Abby's visions don't always make sense, and I know that she's not always the sharpest crayon in the box, but hello - the things she "misses" are so obvious, it's not even funny. Take Dutch's "mysterious illness"; I don't hold a medical degree but I knew within the first two scenes what was wrong with the guy! Then there's the issue of her new cellphone; Dutch gave her this gift in the previous book, and while she wasn't thrilled, she was grateful later on because said phone is equipped with a GPS device, meaning it could be used to track someone's location. Got that? Our girl Abby is desperately trying to find Dutch at one point in this book and remembers aha! the cellphone has GPS! But in the very next chapter (after she fails to find said boyfriend), she forgets that the cellphone can be used to track her and gives away her location to the bad FBI guy. Really? Really? I had a hard time buying that myself. Then there's the issue of the casino. Yep, Abby's "crew" helps her win a sweepstakes, including money and two Mini-Coopers, pretty much the same way that they helped her pick lottery numbers for Dutch's ex-police-partner, Milo. Um, I don't know whether I believe in psychic abilities or not, but I sort of feel like if they are real, there would be a lot more lottery winners. Just saying. By the time Abby, her sister Cat, and her PI-office-partner Candice, have won those prizes, the believablity factor has dropped several quotients. Honestly, I felt like I was reading about another hapless heroine, the one from New Jersey that's always blowing up cars. There was just too much "madcap adventure" feel about this book, and definitely not enough "plot". I'm hoping when I pick up the next one it's better, or that's the end of the series for me. Guess time will tell.

  • Patricia
    2019-01-08 11:57

    Abby Cooper has a psychic gift that allows her to know certain things about people including whether they are dead or alive. Dutch Rivers is Abby’s FBI agent boyfriend and has become convinced that Abby’s gift is real and no longer questions her visions.When Dutch learns that his cousin Chase has been kidnapped he immediately leaves for Las Vegas and Abby insists on going along to help. Chase has been working as a bodyguard for Ricardo Delgado and both Delgado and Chase had disappeared. Delgado’s wife is filing for divorce and isn’t very forthcoming with helpful information.Dutch is working with the local police but does not want to call in the FBI. Dutch is working on a private investigation against FBI Agent Robillard and the last thing he wants is Robillard on the scene.Suddenly Dutch does a disappearing act and although he has made Abby promise if anything happens to him that she will return home immediately Abby takes another direction. She calls her friend Candice for help and her sister Cat for money and both show up in Vegas. Abby is being chased by Agent Robillard and his crew but the girls give him a good run for his money. The girls find help in the most unusual places.Abby keeps having visions that Dutch is in deep trouble but the three are determined to find him and before it is too late. An interesting, amusing story with a surprise ending.

  • Amanda
    2018-12-27 16:48

    Much better than the previous two in the series. There's still too much rehashing of plot here though. Why can't authors trust that if a reader is on book six of a series they most likely remember the name of the handy man, her sister, her boyfriend, and what a photograph of a dead person looks like to the psychic. One of the best things about these books is that they are very light, and can be read in a few hours. I woke up way too early this morning but by the time I eventually got up, at 7:30 am, I had started and finished this book.

  • Elizabeth
    2018-12-25 19:35

    Abby Cooper feels her life has been most fortunate especially of late. She makes a good living as a psychic who advises clients with what to do about their problems although she censors the darker messages from beyond. She enjoys working with her best friend Candice Fusco on private investigations in which her spirit guides enable her to help her partner. However, it is her love for former FBI Special Agent Dutch Rivers and his belief in her paranormal skills that make her feel euphoric. When Dutch learns his cousin Chase, an employee of Rivers Security, was kidnapped along with the person he was protecting, he rushes to where his cousin was last seen, Las Vegas, accompanied by Abby. However he made her promise to go home if something happens to him. Abby senses her beloved is hurt and soon finds the crime scene where his crashed vehicle with blood and an amnesiac woman inside are. Candice and Abby's sister Cat arrive to help her rescue Dutch before his former boss, whom they knows killed a CIA Agent thirty years ago, and the other FBI agents find him first.

  • Steph
    2018-12-24 13:40

    In Death Perception, Abby and Dutch head to Vegas after learning that his cousin, who is like a brother to him, has been kidnapped. In the process of searching for Chase, Dutch goes missing. Abby's partner, Candice and her sister, Cat join her as she desperately tries to solve these mysteries. Having lived in Vegas, Candice has a contact for everything. With her know how and street smarts and Cat's unlimited funds, these three are unstoppable. It was great seeing more of Candice and Cat's always a hoot. However, Abby continues to frustrate me. One minute she's "reading someone", telling them things about their lives that prove she's a powerful psychic and the next she's questioning her visions. Of course, she only questions them when it comes to Dutch and those closest to her. Maybe it's that closeness that causes her to question everything. It feels very contradictory and out of character when it happens. These books are always a quick read about mysteries I enjoy trying to solve before all is revealed.

  • JG
    2018-12-20 17:50

    YAY! I am so glad to say our Abby is finally learning....I was a little hesitant to read this because from my previous reading; Abby and Dutch's relationship usually make me cringe. I found Abby's character on the girlfriend department a little deplorable but the mystery and the thrill is good.Still their relationship is one hell of a factor in the stories so i want it good.In book 6, the thrill and the mystery is the same... it's been months since i last read the last installment, or it felt like months but it must have only been a month or two and i forgot how good this is.It kept me in the edge of my seat and adrenaline was rushing in my blood while reading this. Victoria is a pretty amazing thrill/suspence/humour writer, and however light and cozy this mystery be as the gender implies, it is still a really good one guaranteed to keep you on your toes....

  • ette
    2019-01-10 16:44

    So far, this is disappointing me.Granted, it's a paranormal mystery, and bubble-gum fiction, but still.The psychic used to have some "rules" around her abilities. Now, it seems when she really needs to know something--to keep someone out of danger or from being killed, her "intuition" is vague and filled with images that are not always clear. However, when she wants to "prove" to someone she's a psychic, it's like she has access to a full vita on the person. Very annoying....There are also parts that read like fan fiction---there really needs to be a better editor, not of spelling and such but of the plot---it's it far too undrealistic (even for a psychic detective of sorts), it should be edited out.Oh well--it's bubble gum....

  • Barbara
    2019-01-19 16:55

    Didn't like this one as much as the previous books. Not sure why. Dutch wasn't in it enough? Not sure that was it, but really can't put my finger on what seemed wrong. On the whole, totally enjoying this series. Can't wait to get the next books to read them. While Dutch and Abby are all too human, and get into communication spats that bug me a bit, I really like these characters and am invested in their relationship. Hope it continues to develop. I think they are meant for each other; even though their emotional baggage may get in the way at times.

  • Sharon
    2019-01-13 15:33

    I found this book in the series frustrating due to Abby's inability to recognize the need to get Dutch to the hospital. Still an entertaining read. I liked the new character Nora that was introduced, and it was interesting to learn more about Connie, her private eye friend. The psychic involvement is still interesting. It's a little hard to take though when she doesn't want to use her ability, or just plain misses what is going on right in front of her.

  • Lynda
    2019-01-05 14:00

    I really like the direction the books are taking.

  • Stephanie
    2019-01-08 15:02

    I'M ADDICTED

  • Crystal Anderson
    2018-12-29 19:53

    3.5! This series is back to being good again. I wasn't annoyed with Abby at all this time and it had some very funny parts in it. I enjoyed the fast pace and excitement. The only thing that bothered me is the blatant heavy handed foreshadowing that the author seems to enjoy: "And it was that small decision ----(omitted for spoilers) that ultimately was our entire undoing" or "Looking back, I wish I could take every single part of that retort back, --- I had no idea how right I actually was." Every time I read a sentence like that "Dun dun DUN" played in my head like a bad detective movie. Aside from those moments it was a fun, entertaining read.

  • Whitney (Shooting Stars Reviews)
    2018-12-20 17:48

    Reviewed by [email protected] Stars ReviewsIn this book, Abby and Dutch go to Vegas on a case. However, Abby is learning some things about Dutch that he never told her before, and she's not sure how she feels about that. Not only that, but it seems like the FBI is out to get Dutch and Abby now. So, Abby and her friends will do everything they can to save Dutch and figure it out before it is too late. This book was another good one to the series. I really liked how Abby and Dutch were working together. But I didn't like they he kept her in the dark so much, that annoyed me a lot. Other than that, I thought this one was great, and I can't wait to read more.

  • Sandra DS
    2019-01-01 19:56

    This type of story just makes me wish I was a medium too.I thought this book was awesome, the intrigue kept my interest until the last page. I loved all the characters, including the villains. I find that the characters were dimensional, not just one type of person... Also, the wrap up of the story at the end was pretty cool, no loose ends which I like. I walked away knowing everything that went down and why it happened.Overall, a quick and fun read, lots happening and loved Abby's gift and what it brought to the story.

  • Sherrie
    2018-12-25 12:33

    I have read the series and so far Victoria has done a very good job with working with Abby and her side kick Candice along with her boyfriend, Dutch, who does believe in what she does. She always seems to have to prove herself to certain authorities but yes fun to read and hard to put down.

  • Donna Tarver
    2019-01-17 15:41

    Pretty good book . Some good character development. It felt like the mystery was second place behind being in Vegas. Pretty solid book in the series.

  • Debra McEathron
    2019-01-11 15:37

    This was a great story, I can't wait to read the others in this series. The characters were well developed with plenty of surprises with their abilities. and the solving of the crime was a fun read.

  • Teri
    2019-01-01 19:34

    So goodTwists and turns I did not see coming. Another great book in this series. On to book 7, I can't wait.

  • Kelly Mannion
    2018-12-20 14:01

    What I enjoy about this series is that it is a great, mindless read. Some of he situations Abby gets herself into are just so absurd you have to stop and laugh.

  • Leah
    2018-12-28 15:54

    http://sosaysthewhale.wordpress.com/2...Abby Cooper’s betting the house on her inner eye...It took a while for Abby Cooper’s FBI agent boyfriend, Dutch Rivers, to accept her psychic gifts as the real deal. But these days he knows better than to question Abby’s visions. So when his favorite cousin Chase is kidnapped in Vegas, they both catch the next flight to Sin City. Abby’s inner eye insists that Chase is still alive, but nothing else about the case adds up—especially Dutch’s reluctance to involve his own Bureau.On top of everything, Dutch is battling a mysterious illness, and Abby keeps having disturbing dreams that predict his death. Dutch wants Abby to promise that if the investigation goes south, she’ll head home to safety. But when the chips are down, Abby won’t fold without a fight...I adore this series. At the beginning of the year, I made it a goal of mine to step out of my comfort zone and read some authors/genres I hadn't before. Through some book-hopping at goodreads, I discovered a whole new world in cozy mysteries. They are so ridiculous and fun and completely unlike anything I had ever read! While there were some brain fluff books I enjoyed, I would only read ~true literature~ and unfortunately missed out on so, so much. :) I'm so glad I decided to broaden my reading this year.This series follows Abby Cooper, a professional psychic. The first four books worked as stand-alone novels; you could have started with book 3 and not be lost. Anything important is explained repeatedly (sometimes this becomes a little grating, particularly when you're halfway through the series and the author still insists on reminding you of Abby's dog's name/why he was named that). The fifth book, Crime Seen & this book however, are connected. Parts one and two if you will.In Crime Seen Dutch begins to investigate a cold case involving a superior. Death Perception gets to the heart of the action and Abby finds herself in Las Vegas.Although it was nice to have some sense of continuity, I miss the silly antics of the earlier books - the mafia dons, the haunted houses, it was all light and fun.I'm far less judgmental when it comes to cozy mysteries than I am regarding other genres. These books aren't aiming to be anything other than fluff. That said, few things put me off more than a long-winded spiel from the villain detailing every last part of the plan. I. Hate. That. During the big reveal, the Bad Guy goes on for a few pages explaining absolutely everything!Also, it just now dawned on me that the covers for this series are totally wrong. Multiple times it's been mentioned that Abby has waist-length hair..Despite a few minor issues, I still enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the next!

  • Laura
    2018-12-24 15:49

    What Is It About:I'm going to assume that there's no point in me introducing Abby considering that this is the sixth book in the series so I'll skip the character introductions and get straight down plot.Dutch had hired his cousin to be a bodyguard for a very rich man. His client and his cousin Chase are kidnapped. Dutch and Abby fly to Vegas to investigate but Dutch refuses to work with the FBI. Abby can see that Chase is still alive but certain aspects of the investigation make things more complicated as Dutch battles an illness but also investigates on his own, which puts him in danger.What I Liked and Didn't:I think that my biggest issue is that Abby comes across as incredibly stupid. She just outright states that she knows someone is a murderer, she's the kind of amateur sleuth that would probably get killed for her own stupidity in real life. But she has a way of just falling into what happens, like she'll investigate but it doesn't help much and she just falls into a solution. Dutch wasn't that big a part of the book as his "illness" didn't allow him to be. I really liked a lot of the secondary characters, the Vegas police officer seemed like a sweetheart with his wife. There are moments when I love both Candace and Cat and moments when they annoy me, this book was a big love Cat.Plot-wise, it was a pretty decent plot. There were many aspects of mystery, some easier to guess than others but overall it was an amusing plot. I must admit that the whole "illness" aspect wasn't as important as the blurb makes out. Sure, it was kind of life threatening but it's a very small part of the larger plot so that was a bit over-dramatic. Anyone who reads the last book would understand why Dutch is a bit reluctant to call in the FBI because of the Cynthia murder in the previous book. This adds to the drama of the book as they must investigate while avoiding the police. This is important as Candace and Abby's sister show up to help her investigate. The mystery surrounding the identity of a woman was a pretty big twist but the psychologist in my always gets a bit annoyed at amnesia plot lines.Final Thoughts:It certainly wasn't a hardship to read and I enjoyed the plot. Abby is decent and I do like her as a main character, she just comes across a dopey, like in horror films where characters make decisions that no smart and real person would make.Would I recommend it? I do enjoy the entire series so sure, I'd recommend it.Will I be carrying on the series? Definitely, a new one has just come out.

  • Kim Bishop
    2019-01-08 11:33

    Audiobook review**Dutch and Abby are faring well with their new living arrangements, Candace is working out very well as Abby's business partner. Life couldn't get any better for Abby. And then...Dutch receives a call that his cousin Chase has been kidnapped! Dutch grew up with Chase, they're like brothers, and he goes into high alert after hearing the news. He and Abby hop on a plane to Vegas, where Chase lives, to figure out what happened and find Chase.With potential danger being linked to Chase's kidnapping, and Dutch's "secret" investigation, the two lay low with the police on Dutch's true identity, hoping that will get them more information. I had no idea from this point on in the book that the investigation was going to get so out of hand with the craziness, it was amazingly awesome!While they are trying to find out what happened to Chase and his boss Delgado, Dutch goes missing! The FBI are after Abby, and there is a blonde woman found in Dutch's crashed car on the highway, that has amnesia! What is a psychic in Vegas with no friends to do? Call her crazy sister Cat, and friend/partner Candace of course! Once these two ladies show up, all bets are off! With Abby out of sorts and scared about Dutch's welfare, and the FBI hunting her down for evil, bad reasons, Candace and Cat put their best feet forward helping to find Dutch.This book has to be up there with the best in the series so far! The antics the three ladies get into are so funny, scary, and genius! You also find out more about Candace, because apparently she is from Vegas and runs into her past that she has to explain, hehe...Abby, Candace, and Cat make new friends as well that will be a perfect addition to their lifestyles.You know you're hooked when you're on the verge of committing "Hari Kari" if ANYONE interrupts you ONE MORE TIME while listening to the book! I am never disappointed when Abby is on the case!Narrator review:Elizabeth Michaels does a wonderful job of narrating Abby's story. Elizabeth does not "act" out the book, she narrates it, and a great job she does! So if your looking for someone that does voices for each character, just forget about it! However, if you are looking for just a wonderful nice voice to tell you a story as herself, Elizabeth fits the bill. Elizabeth's voice does seem to fit Abby's personality very well and she is able to carry herself consistently throughout the story. I give Elizabeth Michaels 4 Stars for her work as Abby Cooper, Psychic Eye!

  • ♥Jamie
    2019-01-08 16:52

    Abby is back at it again in book six of the Psychic Eye series, Death Perception. This time the professional psychic takes her intuition to Vegas.Summary:If you asked Dutch Rivers a little over a year ago, he'd swear that psychics were a hoax, and not to be trusted. But, since he's started dating one, Dutch has changed his tune, or at least he doesn't question Abby's talent. That's why, when an urgent call alerts the FBI agent that his favorite cousin has gone missing, Dutch doesn't hesitate to grab his girl and head to Vegas in order to investigate. Luckily, the local PD is more than welcome to open up the information channels, and kept them in the loop. As Abby focuses on the abduction of Chase and the man he was supposed to be protecting, her crew gives her increasingly mysterious and confusing clues. Nothing is adding up, and more and more questions pop up than answers. Abby is further stumped when Dutch is hesitant to involve his own agency. It would make sense to involve the agency most likely to get answers, right? If the increasingly confusing kidnapping case weren't enough, Dutch seems to be battling an unknown illness, while Abby's dreams of his future are far from reassuring. It's at that point the entire operation goes downhill fast, and Abby is forced to break a promise to Dutch. Hackers, sleazy motels, car chases, and felonies abound, and with the help of a skilled PI friend and her crazy sister, Abby will risk everything to solve the disappearance of Chase and its connection to a long-ago murder.This is probably one of my favorites of the series, so far. My heart was trying to pound out of my chest while reading as I followed Abby on her dangerous path. Abby has always been a great heroine for me. I like her spunk, her determination, and watching her get out of the situations she puts herself in. Lol. Sometimes, I do get aggravated, though, when she's whining a bit more, but for the most part, I enjoy reading her. Dutch was a big part of this story, which I liked, but he wasn't seen in a lot of the scenes. I about wanted to strangle him once towards the end, but he's Dutch, I'm totally in love. I loved the story line. It really kept me guessing and the suspense was about to kill me! I'm glad we got some answers to a few of the questions left unanswered in book 5. I cannot wait to read on to book 7, and see where Abby's exciting profession leads her next. <3

  • D.C. Menard
    2018-12-21 12:02

    This time Abby finds herself on the opposite side of the law, thanks in large part to Dutch's boss. The one who was revealed to have killed a CIA coworker 30 years before. With Dutch investigating him for the murder, he's doing everything in his power to tie up all the lose ends. Including Abby, the only one to know anything about the murder.As any of you who have read my previous reviews of Laurie's books most likely know, I am not a huge fan of Dutch. He's far too overbearing and overprotective for my taste, and if I were Abby I'd most likely be running in the opposite direction. So I believe that it is a true testament to Laurie's skills as a writer that I spent a large part of this book nearly crying at the thought that Dutch might be dead.It doesn't matter who the character is, or your feelings for them, Laurie makes you care. You care about everything that Abby cares for. This could be because of her use of first person, or simply because you can feel the emotion in every word. Either way, it's absolutely fantastic.It was nice to see more of Candice and to see some of Dutch's family. I suppose I have to admit that this book made me like Dutch a bit more. Now don't get excited. I'll probably never be his biggest fan, but now I at least don't sigh or roll my eyes every time he's in a scene or talking to her...I do have to say, though, that I hate how much Abby has to lie to him because he'll freak out if she tells him the truth. (It doesn't happen that much in this book, but in previous books, it happened often, and it always pissed me off that he seemed to think that he could tell Abby what she could and couldn't do. Don't get me wrong, I completely understand worrying about your loved ones, but Dutch always seems to take it one step too far.) Anyway, I do like him better now. It will be interesting to see how I feel about him in future books.I'm glad that Laurie isn't starting to get repetitive despite the fact that this is the sixth book in the series and that gives me hope for the remaining books in the series.If you've started the series, don't give up! In my opinion it just gets better with every book.

  • Pianogirl1126
    2019-01-15 17:48

    loved this one too. I am really liking this series. start it if you are curious!!!