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    Bring me flowers

    I have read 2 D.K. Hood novels. She is a great writer and I had troble putting them down. Great story lines.
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    Bring me flowers - D. K. Hood

    Well written and no indication of who is guilty to spoil the story. Good characters and believable scenario. Enjoyed it
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    Loved the twists

    Bring Me Flowers by D.K. Hood is the 2nd in the Kane and Alton Detective Series. First, let me thank NetGalley, the publisher Bookouture, and of course the author, for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. My Synopsis: When the brutalized body of a young girl is found laid out on a rock, just off a forest trail, Sheriff Jenna Alton and her team are horrified. When a second body is found the next day, they decide to keep a lid on it, and the parents are only too happy to comply. After discovering this could be the work of a serial killer, it is felt that keeping the details of the murders quiet may help them put this guy away. Whoever this killer is, he seems to be targeting certain young women in out-of-the-way locations, and leaving no clues behind. His number of kills is escalating, and fast. With the pool of suspects growing, they are going to have to find him fast. Alton and Kane have a new member in their crew, and this one is definitely needed. A forensic scientist who can double as a deputy, and with military training. Shane Wolfe also has extensive computer expertise, and this will become an invaluable asset, as they try to track down this killer. My Views: I absolutely loved the plot, loved the writing, loved the twists, and loved Hood’s portrayal of the teenagers attitudes. I also really enjoyed the way the author explored social media and gamers, and the pitfalls that could befall teenagers if they are not careful. Overall I really enjoyed this book. However, I still have a bit of a problem with the characters. Wolfe’s attitude vacillates between tolerant and arrogant. The author has Kane constantly saying that Alton is a great sheriff, and then Kane makes all the suggestions, and he does most of the work. Alton is supposedly a strong female lead, but she seems really weak. If Hood is trying to show Alton’s softer side, she missed the mark. The character whines and pouts that she should be tough as she sheds tears in front of her deputy, and ends up in bed with him – to cuddle (at least there was no sex). Unless she is in a relationship with her deputy, a strong woman would probably cry and feel sorry for herself in private. Then Hood has Jenna trying to correct her outbursts, but it’s too late. I had hoped the second book would show a stronger Jenna, but she still seems to be just another weak female – which seriously annoys me – and which is why this book has only a 3.5 star rating. On another positive note, although I had guessed the identity of the killer early on, Hood inserted enough twists to keep you motivated to carry on. I guess I’ll stick around for book 3 in hopes that Jenna grows some.
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    Gripping, edge of seat thriller

    As good as the first book. Couldn’t put it down. Alton and Kane work great together...look forward to the next book.
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    Super read. Can't wait for the next one.

    What a page turner !! I couldn't wait to get to the next page. Keeps you guessing right to the end. I'm looking forward to the next book by D.K. Hood. Love the characters and the way they work together. Together they make a great team that keeps you wondering to the end. Great read. loved it.
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