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Death Echo Mass Market Paperback – 4 May 2011
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New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Lowell cuts a new edge in suspense with a thrilling tale of passion and international intrigue.
Emma Cross abandoned the blood, guilt, and tribal wars of CIA life for the elite security consulting firm St. Kilda's. Now she's tracking the yacht Blackbird, believed to be carrying a lethal cargo that will destroy a major American city . . . in just seven days.
Emma's partner, MacKenzie Durand--a former special ops killer well-honed in the world's nastiest regions--is more dangerous and unpredictable than the worst enemy she's ever faced. And other eyes are watching Blackbird as well--cold and calculating, looking to alter the geopolitical balance through violence and terror.
In a deadly game where the rules change without warning, Emma and Mac must find answers or watch the innocent die in unthinkable numbers. The race is on--and there's no telling who will cross the finish line alive . . .
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The characters are flat. The romance is not romantic. The book goes on (and on and on) and yet never really draws you in.
Sometimes it seems that Elizabeth Lowell is aspiring to be Nora Roberts. She just doesn't write a Nora Roberts book as well as NR does. She should go back to writing Elizabeth Lowell styled books.
This is the last time I buy an Elizabeth Lowell book simply by observing a new title is available.
Bottom line..this book is a big disappointment. Save your money.
Characters are poorly developed and they don't pull you into the story. The cardboard romance feels as if it was thrown in so it could be categorized romantic suspense, which leads me to say there really is no suspense. Supposedly the world is about to have some horrible disaster visit it if they don't get this yacht somewhere but everything is so vague and implausible, nothing makes sense. I wasn't able to suspend my disbelief on this one. The political background is typical EL Pacific Rim/Russian bad guys and it is getting old.
I am only halfway through it on my Kindle and can barely wait to just be done with it. I am skimming at this point. Don't waste your money on this one. Hopefully Elizabeth Lowell will write an interesting story with developed characters instead of a textbook next time.