Moving Target

Moving Target by J. A. Jance is yet another great read in the Ali Reynolds’ series.  Ali has her hands full helping her majordomo, Leland, make peace with his past in England; helping B. solve an ‘accident’ to a young boy that may not be such an accident AND getting ready for her wedding to B.  Murder, arson, car crashes, kidnapping and nefarious computer hacking are all in this fast-paced story.

Her characters are complicated and attempt to do the right thing, although it doesn’t always work out at first.  Jance does such a great job of showing you new views of  technology including the Dark Net, things that I would never think about without her books.  If you haven’t read Jance yet, pick one up today.   Her stories are always compelling and pull you right in to the thick of the the action.

New Releases

Here are a few new releases for the week:

Moving Target by JA Jance (the latest novel in the Ali Reynolds series) (Tucson Festival of Books 2014 author)

My Name is Resolute by Nancy Turner (Tucson Festival of Books 2014 author)

The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman (Tucson Festival of Books 2014 author)

The Innocent Sleep by Karen Perry

Perfect Lies by Kiersten White (the sequel to Mind Games)

 

Ms. Jance will be signing here on Wednesday February 19th at 12 PM.  Everyone is welcome to meet the bestselling author and hear her talk  about her books.

New Releases

Here are a few new releases for the week:

Deadly Stakes by JA Jance (this is the latest installment in the Ali Reynolds series)  Don’t forget, Jance will be signing with us February 9th at 5 Pm.

Hysteria by Megan Miranda

Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi

Cross My Heart, Hope To Die by Sara Shepard (Lying Game #5)

The Promise of Stardust by Priscille Sibley

The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva (out in paperback)

Deadly Stakes

Deadly Stakes by JA Jance is the eighth installment in the Ali Reynolds series and it is an engrossing mystery.  Ali has been asked to help unofficially investigate a ghastly murder and help clear the name of an innocent woman.  While working on this case, Ali finds herself intrigued by another case.  A  teen boy has discovered a dying woman in the desert while he is retrieving a hidden box buried by his absent father.  Her gut is telling her that the two cases are connected somehow, she just has to keep digging and find the murderer before he strikes again.

Jance did such an amazing job of juxtaposing multiple points of views in her mystery    You are really able to relate to all of the characters, not just Ali, and you get a sense of their outlook on the murders.  This added depth to side characters who might not be given as much attention by another author and created a more compelling read.   Jance always does a great job of continuing the growth of Ali.  You really feel like Ali is a flesh and blood person who has had to battle personal relationships, job changes, and is learning where she fits in.  I also love that she keeps bring back characters from past books and creating a whole community of people that I want to read about.  Needless to say, this is another great read by Jance.

JA Jance will be signing with Mostly Books on Saturday, February 9th at 5 PM, be sure to pre-order your copy now!  (Deadly Stakes will be out on February 5th)