The 9th Girl

The 9th Girl

A Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska Novel

eBook - 2013
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Number-one "New York Times"-bestselling author Hoag brings back her fan-favorite Minneapolis investigators Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska in a haunting new thriller. Hoag's most recent books have been among the biggest bestsellers of her career
Publisher: 2013
ISBN: 9781101606599
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Alternative Title: Ninth girl

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Feb 02, 2019

sadistic, juvenile.

Jan 13, 2019

One of my favourites by this author. Very suspenseful and action packed

Nov 22, 2016

Just not my kind of read to relax

Jun 01, 2016

One of Hoag's better ones. make sure you read them in order.

lenteach Sep 24, 2014

excellent study of the limitations of homicide detectives. they have inadequate resources and terrible personal lives,which serve to interfere with their job performance.
also a story of current interest- the bullying of someone different by her peers. woven into this is how selfish and abusive modern parents are, how easy it is for a serial killer to operate successfully in a society obsessed with superficial pursuits while really important concerns go begging. how sad it is to be a teen surrounded by all this cruelty,mayhem and madness. no wonder teens end their short lived and unbearable lives. tami hoag is an excellent fiction writer who shows us how complicated everyday life is and how we fail so miserably at it. tami hoag holds up a mirror in front of us all.

Jul 01, 2014

Would recommend this one,
couldn't put it down,very enjoyable

Feb 04, 2014

As an avid reader of Hoag and past writing's, this was a very tough book to read and now comments due to:
although she touches upon current social issues, and concerns teens face such as bullying, gay rights, belonging, social media, pedio- phlia, divorced parents; the storyline teeters on being for teens, and teen interactions with dialogue ala Nancy Drew, while trying to sustain the adult tale of psychotic crimes and killers.

lmbrocato Jan 11, 2014

Great book! Tami explored the personal lives of her characters and we got insight that wasn't previously seen. The story was compelling and the book was hard to put down. I would definitely recommend it!

Sep 19, 2013

I thought the beginning of this book was very repetiitive and slightly boring. The ending however got really good.
Just an OK book in my opinion!!

Aug 24, 2013

So many twists and turns, a very enjoyable crime story!

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