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the story in The Bullet Caroline is 37 ears old and during an MRI scan it is discovered story in The Bullet Caroline is 37 John, Paul Me-Before the Beatles years old and during an MRI scan it is discovered she has a bullet lodged against her spine The only problem is she has never been shot A whole can of worms is opened up by this discovery when her parents admit that she was adopted when she was threeears old her birth parents having been shot dead and Caroline herself being t THE BULLET by talented Mary Louise Kelly an outstanding psychological suspense crime thriller dark scandalous family secrets and juicy revenge Love loved itglued to my iPod all day and evening daring anyone to interrupt me Top 50 Books of 2015 Best Audiobook tie Best Action Thriller Female Protagonist Caroline Cashion age "thirty seven beautiful and single a professor of French Literature at "seven beautiful and single a professor of French Literature at University This nifty sure footed crime fiction is easily one of the best books I ve read this ear It uses a sympathetic female protagonist and a cleverly executed plot which I won t go into I don t want to play the spoiler The brisk pace and smooth prose help to build the suspense I was left guessing about how it would end and I read a lot of these types of books too The violence and sex are kept to a minimum PG13 I d say Recommended for crime fiction fans When I reached the end of this novel I honestly wasn t sure what to make of it Most definitely the premise of The Bullet is an intriguing one You go to the doctor because our hand has been in so much pain for days One appointment leads to another and then another which reveals Ion Adventure in the Heartland, Volume 1 you ve got a bullet lodged in the back ofour neck If that wasn t bad enough not to mention a mystery Psychotherapy of Personality Disorders you find outou were adopted that Hedge Fund - tome 4 - L'hritire aux vingt milliards your birth parents were murdered and thatou were also shot at the age of three hence the bullet Most intriguing Unfortunately the execution of this novel left little to be desired I didn t mind how it was told It s just that even with the mystery nothing about it felt suspenseful Yes I read the whole book as I wanted to know who and why but any excitement or chills I was hoping to feel I felt none As for the protagonist Caroline I didn t find her to be interesting at all I actually didn t feel anything for her I didn t hate her but I didn t like her eitherFor someone supposedly so bright and educated never impulsive I found her to be ridiculous at times even stupid She s running around trying to figure out who killed her birth parents asking uestions even being interviewed by a reporter Seriously how stupid are Here Comes The Sissy Bride (My Sissy Husband Confesses, you Asou re poking and prodding digging for information trying to find the killer since heshe was never "caught ou d think she d take some precautions She doesn t even think or "you d think she d take some precautions She doesn t even think or into consideration how her actions could affect her family a family she is very close to and loves with all her heart By the time I got to the end when all was exposed it wasn t much of a surprise I have to say that I couldn t understand the direction the author took with Caroline towards the end It didn t make any sense It s as though the author was trying to create some suspenseful drama about how Caroline s life was about to change all of which came across as forced and honestly a waste of time especially when ou consider how it ended Yawn A terrific concept that unfortunately wasn t interesting or intriguing. Her hometown to learn whatever she can about who her parents were and why they died Along the way she meets a cop who worked the case who reveals that even after all these ears the police do not have enough evidence to nail their suspect The killer is still at large Caroline is in danger the bullet in her neck could identify the murderer and he'll do anything to keep it out of the police hands Now Caroline will have to decide run for her life or stay and fight.
truly happened to herThis novel was an engaging easy read I know DC well and it was fun to readhappened to herThis novel was an engaging easy read I know DC well and it was fun to read places I have spent time myself in this book Beyond that the story is clever and the premise unusual My only gripe is that I didn t really connect with Caroline and I felt towards the last uarter of the book that it lost me a bit the main character acting frankly out of character and resorting to formulaic thriller type actionsHowever I would definitely recommend this to fans of intelligent thrillersFind reviews and bookish fun at The Bullet is about just that a surprise find A 37 ear old woman has a diagnostic MRI due to arm pain and discovers she has a bullet lodged at the base of her skull And she has no knowledge of how it got there From there this organized French professor s assumptions about her entire life begin to implode And the story is actually engaging Caroline s story while somewhat far fetched is also interesting to readBut and there is a but there are problems here There are inconsistencies of character and of plot Would the presence of the bullet in the body and learning of earlier life events change character traits developed over the past 34 Winning Sports Betting Strategies with Betaminic Big Data Tools for Football Betting Systems: A step-by-step guide to using the Betamin Builder Data Analysis ... soccer betting systems (English Edition) years There are a lot of inconsistencies of character that are difficult to accept and a plot that becomes simply over the top at the end Does a life changing event justify what seems almost an apparent change of personality over the course of the novelWhile I did read the entire book my interest really flagged by the final third where I found the problems overwhelmed the storytelling Of course the mysterythriller genre has certain tropes that are present to greater and lesser degrees in all participants This book needed to be tighter and consistent for meI ve had difficulty with rating this book and am going to go with 2 to 25 because of my disappointment with the final third of the bookA copy of this book was provided by the publisher through NetGalley in retu. Ment Then over the course of one awful evening she learns the truth she was adopted when she was threeears old after her real parents were murdered in cold blood Caroline had been there the night of the attack and she was hit by a single gunshot to the neck Buried too deep among vital nerves and blood vessels the surgeons had left it and stitched up the traumatized little girl with the bullet still inside That was thirty four ears agoNow Caroline returns to. ,
I liked this story it was well written interesting digging into a past "Life That She Did "that she did even know she had but for me this had pacing problems Uneven is the word I d use Sometimes much talking and than a
flying leap into action Adopted Not knowing sure But then rush around trying to find out everythingleap into action Adopted Not knowing sure But then rush around trying to find out everything so gullible ou are not aware of the possible danger threats to a killer who might not want to be exposed after getting away with the original crime all those Software (The Body Electric Book 4) years Thirty sevenears old and can t put this together So I m a skeptic but while this was interesting love adventures in overturning revelations toppling secrecy Exposing what happens and who did it and why But some of the na ve comments were grating Well let s just say it had good moments and problem moments but this is a promising author she can definitely write and I will keep a watch on her on her future offeringsARC from NetGalley NetGalley book reviewI listen to NPR all the time for Internet Marketing Essentials years I mean my mother had it on in the car while we went on drives so I m pretty sure I heard Kelly s reporting before With that said I was very interested in reading her newest book This starts right off with a BANG A shocking discovery of a bullet lodged at the back of her neck without knowing how it even got there Family secrets come out drama andou have a very good thriller on our hands Excellent "book for a crummy rainy night Caroline Cashion is as she herself admits in this novel an unlikely heroine Aged thirty "for a crummy rainy night Caroline Cashion is as she herself admits in this novel an unlikely heroine Aged thirty an academic with a speciality in nineteenth century France her days are pleasantly spent marking papers or curled up reading Although unmarried she is close to her parents and her two married brothers and has a happy and fulfilled life However when her wrist begins to hurt she has a scan to rule out arthritis and this chance medical test changes her life forever when the technician casually asks how she got a bullet in her neck a bullet that Caroline had no idea was thereWithin a short time Caroline discovers that she was adopted at the age of three when her birth parents were murdered and she was left for dead Looking for answers she visits her childhood home and her enuiries bring about a renewed interest in a case which has never been solved What is the pain in her wrist may be linked to the bullet and this may need to be removed Could the bullet be traced to the murderer after so long Caroline meets up with journalist Leland Brett Beamer Beasley who initially investigated the crime plus friends and neighbours of her birth parents Meanwhile her doctor Will Zartman shows a personal interest in her well being even while her uestions are leading her into danger This is an exciting and tense thriller with an interesting main character and a good cast of suspects I really enjoyed this novel especially the beginning and middle of the book where Caroline discovers her secret past and begins to investigate and try to come to terms with what had happened to her as a oung child There are several plot twists and I am not entirely sure that the ending of the book worked as well for me as the beginning However I was certainly intrigued enough and enjoying the story enough to want to read on to the end Lastly I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley for review OMG I had to stop read. From former NPR correspondent Mary Louise Kelly comes a heart pounding story about fear family secrets and one woman's hunt for answers about the murder of her parents Caroline Cashion a professor of French literature at Georgetown University is stunned when an MRI reveals that she has a bullet lodged near the base of her skull It makes no sense she has never been shot She has no entry wound No scar When she confronts her parents they initially profess bewilder.