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Grand Central Publishing. Retrieved 24 May Feb 28, Diane Heath rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery. Sep 20, Kathryne rated it really liked it. Joe Burgess is good company. May 01, Kathleen Hagen added it Shelves: audio-books , mysteries. Narrated by Terry Rose, produced by Books in Motion, downloaded from audible. This series takes place in Portland Maine, and they are police procedurals. We have the traditional outspoken driven cop, Burgess, and his team, and the Deputy of the Department who hates him and is always trying to get him fired.
He has been brutally murdered. As he investigates, he finds that Timmy was a member of a family with seemingly no redeeming characteristics. The family is into all kinds of crime, including one brother into pedaphilia. As Burgess and his team investigate, things become quite complicated with more children put in danger, and the Deputy of the department is trying to find ways to get Burgess discredited so he can fire him. This is an action-packed book.
In both of these books by Kate Flora, this narrator seems to have a limited range of different voices to use, so he uses voices which sound quite silly, almost cartoonish, to increase the variety of voices. However, the book itself is so good that I finished it despite my irritation. Jan 26, Barbara rated it really liked it Recommends it for: those who enjoy a good suspenseful police procedural mystery.
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Shelves: mystery. Detective Joe Burgess is a crusty and tough, yet caring,often kind member of the homicide team in Portland,Maine. They are confronted with the senseless murder of a beautiful eight year old boy. His family members include thieves, drug addicts and dealers, prostitution and many other senseless heinous crimes. They live in indescribable squalor. The child has lived with extreme neglect, but had somehow managed to be an appealing boy. In addition, he usually had to seek out kind neighbors for food. This case is filled with frustrations and brutality for the team.
The family and most of the neighbors deny having seen anything or knowing anything to assist with this frustrating case. Flora has written this story vividly, with a careful eye for details. She has imparted the sense of determination of these policemen to solve this horrifying crime. Jul 19, Jann rated it liked it. It is hard to say I liked a book when the subject is so dark. An eight year old boy is brutally murdered and the entire book is a police drama detailing their efforts to solve the murder.
The book is well written and you get a sense of the teamwork and sometimes luck it takes to solve such a crime. Joe Burgess detective and main character is a hard working and likeable guy. I will read another of the Joe Burgess novels just to keep up with him.
Mar 26, Sara rated it really liked it. I like this one even better than Playing God.
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Joe Burgess is really growing on me as a character. Police procedure is very realist. No - "Look! All in a day's work Apr 10, Terry rated it it was amazing. This one captured me from the get-go. Compulsive reading, but dark. Normally I don't go for stories involving crimes against children, but this one worked. Set in Portland, Maine, Flora's protagonist, Detective Burgess, is utterly sympathetic and he exudes dogged determination.
Clearly, police procedurals are my go-to reads right now. Jan 28, Frances I. Angel of knowlton park I have already bought book three in the Joe Burgess series. You really feel for these detectives as they work their way through cases. GP and their own boss in their faces all the way. May 14, Judy rated it liked it. I have just finished 3 books in this series. The mystery cases are very good but it is overkill no pun intended with the information about being a policeman. I would recommend beginning with the first one but read some other books before you read the second, etc.
Okay, but loaded with formulaic tropes and soap-box posturing. This crime fiction author is awesome. The police procedurals are set in Portland, Maine and are very engrossing. Feb 25, Amy J rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery. I really liked the characters in this book. This was a good mystery, kept you guessing and thinking it through. Mar 20, Kitty rated it really liked it. Great character development and characters you'd want to meet.
You can't help but pull for the good guys in their quest to find the doer. May 09, Elaine rated it it was amazing. This is a thoughtful book about a childs murder and how it affects the people who have to find the killer. Ellen rated it it was ok Mar 15, Eliece rated it really liked it Jan 06, Harvey rated it liked it Dec 29, Patricia A.
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Kate Flora grew up on a chicken farm in Maine where the Friday afternoon trip to the library was the high point of her week. Those years taught her all a crime writer needs to know about the human propensity to commit horrible acts. After some years in private practice, she decided to give writing a serious try when she quit the law to stay at home for a few years with her young sons.
Finding Amy was a Edgar nominee as well as a Maine Literary Award finalist, and has been optioned for a movie. Flora's fiction, nonfiction, and short fiction have been finalists for the Edgar, Agatha, Anthony, and Derringer Awards.
With two other crime writers, she started founded Level Best Books, where she worked as an editor and publisher for seven years. Currently, she teaches writing and does manuscript critiques for Grub Street in Boston. She has two sons one into film and the other into photovoltaics two lovely daughters-in-law, an adorable eight-year-old grandson and five granddogs, Frances, Otis, Harvey, Oscar, and Daisy. Other books in the series.