Trailer Ô Gun Games PDF by à Faye Kellerman

Trailer Ô Gun Games PDF by à Faye Kellerman When I pick up a Decker Lazarus book, I expect to find them to be the subject of it They were barely in this one First of all, Pete and Rina really took a back seat in this one and the story suffered for it Second of all, I have about zero interest in reading about a 14 year old girl and a 15 year old boy s love affair Frankly, some of the scenes were soft core porn and I was very uncomfortable There is nothing appealing about a boy having sex with a girl that he s unsure of whether she s been through puberty or not Yuck Get me get to a shower In fact, I found the entire book uncomfortable It is a strain for me to read text language I do not understand why it s easier to type w8t than wait of 4 instead of for I shudder to thin I was frankly disapinted in this novel and decided I had to write about the Lazarus This may the worst of her latest novels yet If I want to read teenage angst and prblems and I really do not tp be honest When I was younger andthat age, sure However, this narrative does NOTHING for people who have followed the Lazarus Decker family and now its additional teens What I DO want to knowis how Hannah is and where she is Yes, I KNOW she is at university and seems to be the goody two shoes she always is but no one is that well behaved and why are there never any major issueswith her I do not suggest she cannot possibly be a truly wonderful kid but we, the readers, have little notiomn of who she has become as she grows up Does she debate with her dad aboutguys he may not like He have Cindy a tough time but Hannah Rosie, as is fairly usual actual I have no interest in teen age romance If I wanted teen romance I would read Twilight I sure as hell have no interest in a 15 year old s boners nor do I have interest in a 14 year old girl who is so insecure she will put out for no reason even though she is obviously not enjoying it The poor girl seems to have no sense of self Can I jerk you off What about asking him to reciprocate They do tell girls about orgasms in sex ed I expected from a woman who created Rina Lazarus and Cindy Decker The character of Yasmine as well as the mom made me wonder if Ms Kellerman doesn t like Persians None of the other teen characters the 2 boys or Hannah s private lives were never featured in this way One of the boys had problems he did drugs, admitted to having sex and got bad grades but her was never a caricature like poor Yasmine I am also sick to of the Donattis They are not interesting We have a

The major plot lines were definitely standard Faye Kellerman they could have merited four stars had her writing on this one not been so lackluster I felt like a quarter of the book was text conversations, and a third was teenage sex I ll be honest none of the Donetti centered books are my favorites in the series But this time, Rina s gentle wit was almost absent, Decker seemed to have lost his spark, and the squadroom wit and fun was noticeably absent There was hardly even much food talk It felt so phoned in, it made me wonder if Ms Kellerman shouldn t move on from this series, much as I love it and profitable as I m sure it is, and do something that interests her I would honestly have considered three stars, though, were it not for the abysmal editing proofreading errors I know copy editing is becoming a lost art, but seriously Errors like This is one of my favorite detective series, and Faye Kellerman did not disappoint with this book In the last book she brought in the new character Gabe, and she did a great job developing him in this installment It is a fast paced, but also personal story I am anticipating the next book to see what she has in store for her newest characters, and the old ones too I liked this enough to finish it, and the basic concept was fine, and held my attention I have two main issues with the book okay, three The first is that two plot lines, a police inquiry and a personal one, combine into one Not sure how probable that is, and it was a little too tidy for me Secondly, I never really got how one of the main characters, a fifteen year old, came to be in the home of a police officer in an unofficial fostering capacity, when his father is a bad guy Maybe this was covered, but I missed it, or was covered in a previous book But the third issue is the main reason I would not recommend this book to anyone else This book is quite graphic when it comes to sex, which is not necessarily a deal breaker for me per se, however, all of the sex in question or sexual acts involved teena I started reading Faye Kellerman s Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus series way back in 1986 when it first started I haven t kept up with the last three or four books, so I thought I would pick up Gun Games, the 20th entry in this long running series.
Lieutenant Decker is petitioned by a distraught mother to investigate her son s death It has been ruled a suicide, but she can t accept it Decker agrees and finds that her mother s instincts may be right When another student at the same school also kills themself, a full scale investigation is launched Rina and Peter have taken in 15 yr old Gabe as a foster child He comes from a troubled background, but is having success as a talented pianist He runs into a group of teens who are looking for trouble, but escapes unscathed this time Gabe al Peter Decker And Rina Lazarus Are Back In This Gripping Mystery Involving A Secret Cabal Of Some Of Los Angeles Most Wealthy And Vicious TeensLAPD Lieutenant Detective Decker And His Wife, Rina, Have Willingly Welcomed Fifteen Year Old Gabriel Whitman, The Son Of A Troubled Former Friend, Into Their Home While The Enigmatic Teen Seems To Be Adapting Easily, Decker Knows Only Too Well The Secrets Adolescents Keep Witnessed By The Tragic Suicide Of Another Teen, Gregory Hesse, A Student At Bell And Wakefield, One Of The City S Most Exclusive Prep SchoolsGregory S Mother, Wendy, Refuses To Believe Her Son Shot Himself And Convinces Decker To Look Deeper What He Finds Disturbs Him The Gun Used In The Tragedy Was Stolen Evidence That Propels Him To Launch A Full Investigation With His Trusted Team, Sergeant Marge Dunn And Detective Scott Oliver But The Case Becomes Darkly Complicated By The Suicide Of Another Bell And Wakefield Student A Death That Leads Them To Uncover An Especially Nasty Group Of Rich And Privileged Students With A Predilection For Guns And Violence Decker Thought He Understood Kids, Yet The Closer He And His Team Get To The Truth, The Clearer It Becomes That He Knows Very Little About Them, Including His Own Charge, Gabe The Son Of A Gangster And An Absent Parent, The Boy Has Had A Life Filled With Too Much Free Time, Too Many Unexplained Absences, And Too Little Adult SupervisionBefore It S Over, The Case And All Its Terrifying Ramifications Will Take Decker And His Detectives Down A Dark Alley Of Twisted Allegiances And Unholy Alliances, Culminating At A Heart Stopping Point Of No Return I like Fay Kellerman s writing and her creation of Rina and Peter Decker In this next installment of the series, the Decker s have invited Gabe, a 15 year old piano prodigy, to live with them because his father is a sociopath and his mother has disappeared see Hangman for that story When a teenager in the community commits suicide, Lieutenant Decker is guilt tripped into checking into it by the mother who can t believe her son would do that And so we are introduced into the world of high school cliques and teenage boys horny and crude, experimenting with drugs, pornography, guns, and violence, and playing games of one up manship Gabe is worldly wise than that but he is lonely and when he meets Yasmine, a 14 year old Jewish Persian girl, he falls in love and our story becomes a romance in tandem with a murder investigation when another Huge disappointment This book focuses on Gabe Whitman, the teenager who isliving with the Deckers Gabe s father is Chris Donatti, a mafia guy, and a recurring character in this series Much of the book is about the love story between Gabe and Yasmine, a young Persian Jewish girl They are brought together by their love of music The mystery resolves around two teen suicides at a prestigious private high school Besides having to suffer through pages of text billet doux between Gabe and Yasmine, the story just doesn t hold up Since I didn t read the Twilight books, I have no idea whether this was Kellerman s, or her publishers attempt to attract that very lucrative audience.
For someone who has been reading these books for a long time, this feels like it was written by someone who doesn t know, or care, about her characters Save yourself a f

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