Quicksand The number one blockbuster bestselling author returns with a thriller that pits Eve Duncan against the one man who can put her darkest horror to rest or make her relive it over and over again Do you s

  • Title: Quicksand
  • Author: Iris Johansen
  • ISBN: 9780312368067
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The number one blockbuster bestselling author returns with a thriller that pits Eve Duncan against the one man who can put her darkest horror to rest or make her relive it over and over again Do you still miss your little Bonnie This one sentence, spoken by a madman in an anonymous phone call, is all it takes to drag Eve Duncan right back to that horrifying day yearThe number one blockbuster bestselling author returns with a thriller that pits Eve Duncan against the one man who can put her darkest horror to rest or make her relive it over and over again Do you still miss your little Bonnie This one sentence, spoken by a madman in an anonymous phone call, is all it takes to drag Eve Duncan right back to that horrifying day years ago when her only daughter vanished without a trace Since that day, her life has become an obsession to find Bonnie s remains and put the pain of her death to rest However, one man wants nothing than to prevent that from happening He is every woman s waking nightmare a brilliant, ruthless killer whose hunting ground stretches from coast to coast But taunting Eve Duncan might be his first and last mistake.For Eve is armed with than just her talent as a forensic sculptor and her fierce protective nature She brings with her former Navy SEAL Joe Quinn, an Atlanta detective who will do whatever it takes to bring Eve some kind of peace, even if he has to lie to do it.Eve s only salvation may be through the mysterious skills of another woman whose chilling talent leaves her as tormented as Eve and as driven to bring this monster to justice But when lives are in danger, every step could be a trap, and every inch of solid ground seems to be shifting under their feet And this killer wants nothing than to lure Eve further and further into his swamp of madness.With relentless pace and gut wrenching intensity, Quicksand is Iris Johansen at her best.

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    1. This was another really good read in the Eve Duncan series, although I still find myself getting tired of Eve on occasion. I was happy to see a reappearance of Montalvo, was a little perked up by the fact that Joe Quinn grew a new backbone in this story, and was really excited by the part that Megan Blair played in the story (see PANDORA'S DAUGHTER).I know that Eve needs to find the body of her daughter, Bonnie, for closure. I know that she's obsessed with this task. But, sometimes, you just wan [...]

    2. I picked up this book after enjoying The Search by the same author, but reading the two stories, one would never guess they were written by the same author. Quicksand follows Eve Duncan, a forensic specialist who spends her time reconstructing bodies with wax faces in order to help identify them. She began this career sometime after losing her own child Bonnie. She's married to Joe Quinn, a detective, and has an adopted daughter named Jane. There's also Montalvo, a man who loves Eve, and let's f [...]

    3. If you have been reading the story of Eve, Joe, and Bonnieen you MUST go NOW and get this book!! If you like romantic suspense (more suspense than romance), then you should really check out this series.Backstory: Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor whose daughter Bonnie was apparently the victim of a child killer. Neither Bonnie's killer nor Bonnie have ever been located and Eve just can't stop searching. She needs to bring Bonnie homebut since she can't, she specializes in child skull reconstruct [...]

    4. I love the Eve Duncan, Joe Quinn books. This one doesn't disappoint. have Eve and Joe finally discovered who killed Bonnie, even though the lead came from Montalvo, who wants to steal Eve away from Joe? I won't tell, but if you are a fan of these two characters, it is a must read. If you aren't, you will be after this book.

    5. A very abridged summary: Years before the opening moments of Quicksand, Eve Duncan's daughter, Bonnie, was abducted and murdered. Since that time, Eve's primary interest has been trying to find her remains. So when she gets a phone call from a serial killer claiming to know where Bonnie is buried, Eve joins the search for the caller's latest captive in hopes of finding her daughter as well. Though mainly a traditional action-filled murder mystery, Quicksand also adds the element of psychic searc [...]

    6. I really like the characters in this series. I got Quicksand after reading Stalemate, because I was left with unanswered questions. UGH! This book still didn't give me the answers, but I did enjoy having Miguel and Montalvo back in this story line. There were new characters introduced that were equally as interesting, Megan, who has psychic abilities, and Laura Ann, a spunky little girl, who is abducted by Kistle, who was named in Stalemate as the suspect who abducted Eve's daughter, Bonnie, yea [...]

    7. This is one of the few books in the series I missed and finally I know where Megan Blair entered the series. I enjoyed the take down of Henry Kistle as he was seriously creeping me out. (view spoiler)[ And I loved the fact that it was Eve who took him out and not Joe. I think Eve really needed to be the one to remove this particular sicko. (hide spoiler)]I look forward to returning to the series in my proper spot with Hide Away, book 20 not book 8.

    8. Eve Duncan is still searching for her daughters remains and this is another testament of her devotion to that mission. Will her relationship with Joe stand the test again? What will become of Eve's attraction to Montalvo who shows up to test her heart? I like Eve's character, but how many more novels will be dedicated to Bonnie? Ms. Johansen is bringing in new characters, but.I won't be quick to read the next novel (lol, I wasn't so quick to read this one either) devoted to Eve's tormented quest [...]

    9. This series is hard to put down. If you haven’t read the Eve Duncan, forensic sculptor series, start with them in order, as her relationships grow and change.

    10. Joe Quinn is chasing down a lead on the man who might have killed Eve Duncan's daughter Bonnie that leads him to the midwest and Henry Kistle. When Eve finds out what Joe has done, she follows him, intent on being there when Kistle is captured. However, Kistle eludes capture and leads them back to Georgia with promises of revealing the site where he buried Bonnie. Instead he leads them to an island in the middle of a swamp where he has buried several children, but not Bonnie, before Eve kills hi [...]

    11. Quicksand (Eve Duncan #8) by Iris Johansen. After surviving the jungles of Columbia, Eve has the names of several child molesting killers she can investigate. But Joe decides that he is going to go out on his own to hunt down and find out about a suspected killer without telling Eve. When the killer calls and taunts Eve about the remains of Bonnie, she follows Quinn along with Montalvo to solve the mystery of this suspected killer. A physic listener named Megan is asked to help which opens the s [...]

    12. Iris Johansen is one of my favorite authors. "Quicksand" had me at the edge of my seat, wondering if they were going to make it out of that swamp alive. I also have embraced the main characters, Eve Duncan, Joe Quinn and Jane McGuire. Every book by this author is always a good read!!

    13. Wonderful book. I could not lay it down. I am really becoming close to Eve Duncan and her clan. I had not read mysteries for several years, and my Jody turned me on to Johansen.what a wonderful writer and really keeps your attention.

    14. I am so addicted to this series!!!I cannot even begin to explain how much I love this series. It keeps you on edge the whole way through, in a good way. I can't wait to read the next book in the series!

    15. Another great book. Love the characters and story. This is a readers dream Iris Johansen has a way to draw the reader into her books and makes them hard to put down.

    16. The author kept me on the edge of my seat, as usual. Eve Duncan, a forensic sculptor, is a powerful main character, as are the people around her.

    17. I've read a few of this authors previous books & really like the Eve Duncan series, for the most part. I like the facial reconstruction aspect being used to catch criminals (which unfortunately this book didn't really highlight,) but this book almost lost me when it took a hard left turn into the paranormal. Some of that was just a little far out there to be believable. I hope the author isn't going to start heading that direction with her upcoming books. I also am getting really sick of the [...]

    18. The author Iris Johansen writes stories that fit into the fictional suspense and crime genres. One of these books is “Quicksand”, her eighth Eve Duncan book. I was unaware that other books preceded this one when I decided to read it, but that didn’t seem to make a huge difference since it was fairly easy to catch on to what was happening in the story. It’s also the first crime book I’ve ever read, and I found it to be quite interesting. The plot of this book is simple. There is a woma [...]

    19. I love the Eve Duncan series. I was so happy to read that Montalvo and Miguel were in this story also (This story takes place about 4 months from the last one that introduced Montalvo and Miguel).Joe was tracking a lead on Bonnie's possible killer, Kistle, who the name was given to from Montalvo. Kistle is a child killer. Eve finds out that Joe left for Bloomburg to get him. Kistle manages to kill the local sheriff and go on the run before he gets there. Eve like usual is mad that Joe kept this [...]

    20. (re-reading 10/09 pre-Blood Game - liked it better this time around. i had more sympathy for joe, i love jane and manuel, and the story had a little bit more heart. still love megan and montalvo, still bored with eve. and little laura ann still kicked ass. but not a favorite.)is it weird that i found montalvo and megan blair the most sympathetic characters in this installment? i didn't even really love megan in Pandora's Daughter but for some reason she really touched me here. also, to be honest [...]

    21. As I was reading this book, I fell in love with it. This is a series of books by the author and it is the 8th book of the Eve Duncan series. This book was a suspense and romantic thriller. I absolutely was so into this book, I could not stop reading it day and night. This book was meant for entertainment purposes but also I feel that it was a warning to anyone. The story has a main child predator and this relates to real life because there are sick people like Kistle who want to hurt little chil [...]

    22. My love affair with Iris Johansen’s Eve Duncan series continues, although I will admit that I am becoming a bit jaded by the elaborate nests of her plots, and I suspect I should go read some other types of books for a while before continuing the series. I am fascinated by the way she keeps bringing in new characters, always with unique talents are abilities. In this one, for example, we meet Dr. Megan Blair, who is a Listener, who hears the echoes of abused and tortured children from the past, [...]

    23. I am a huge fan of Iris Johansen and have read all of her books but this one was a little bit of a disappointment. Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn have been the main characters in at least a half-dozen of her books and their storyline never progresses but frustratingly stays in one place. Eve Duncan is constantly (and obsessively) searching for her missing daughter who supposedly died many years ago but her body was never recovered. Eve has an overwhelming desire to bring her daughters body home even w [...]

    24. Ok, WOW! This one made up for the last one fer sure :-)An evil named Kistle taunts Eve by saying he knows where Bonnie is because he killed her.Montalvo and Miguel are back they are growing on me, maybe they are not that bad after all - especially after reading about the evil named Kistle. Joe goes without telling Eve (his turn I guess) to check out if one of the names on the list Montalvo gave them could be Bonnie's killer. Then the nail-biting chase begins. Montalvo uses his political influenc [...]

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