Author: J.A. Jance

A Last Goodbye by J.A. Jance

A Last Goodbye by J.A. Jance

December 9, 2016 Whitney Review 0 Comments

The Last Goodbye by J.A. Jance was a small accompaniment to the Ali Reynolds series. While advertised as such, I don’t think I would categorize The Last Goodbye as a mystery. It was more of a feel good Christmas wedding story with the mystery being an after thought. The lost and found dog, the center […]

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Clawback by J.A. Jance

Clawback by J.A. Jance

September 27, 2016 Whitney Review 0 Comments

First Impressions Clawback by J.A. Jance felt like it had been ripped from a 48 hours episode. With a financial scandal that ends in murder the reader can only expect twists and turns. Impressions While Reading Like in 48 Hours, the viewer always has an inkling of the outcome as the suspect is only interviewed […]

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Change in Opinion & Clawback

Change in Opinion & Clawback

September 8, 2016 Whitney Friday Memes 17 Comments

Hosted by Alison Can Read & Parajunkie   Weekly Prompt: Have you ever disliked or felt “meh” about a book only to later change your mind and love it? Answer: This happened very recently with The Secret Language of Stones by M.J. Rose. At first I was a little perturbed with the supernatural relationship that […]

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Cold Betrayal by J.A. Jance

Cold Betrayal by J.A. Jance

February 2, 2016 Whitney Review 0 Comments

First Impressions Cold Betrayal by J.A. Jance is the second Ali Reynolds novel I have read and like a good wine the series gets better with age. Impressions While Reading I thought the subject matter of polygamy, while maybe not original, was well established with an intricate web of action. Certain aspects were a little […]

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Review: Moving Target

Review: Moving Target

February 23, 2014 Whitney Review 0 Comments

I could easily slip into both Ali’s realm and it’s cast of characters smoothly and without confusion. In other words, I was able to catch up to speed without too much reiteration. ¬†Getting to know Ali’s wing persons was also a snap, B. Simpson, Sister Anselm, as well as Lance’s family were well-developed as was […]

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