Synopsis: When Abby is sent to Los Angeles to help train FBI officers to use their intuition, she encounters a case that only she can solve: a series of bank robberies in which the thieves made off with loads of cash but left no clues. Abby’s sixth sense leads her team to a tract of land recently cleared for development, where she gets a vision of four buried bodies. However, a site search turns up only ancient bones and pottery from an American Indian tribe, which is enough to delay construction for years.With a furious developer and dubious FBI agents on her back, Abby is losing credibility fast. But Abby’s talent rarely leads her astray, and if the bodies aren’t there yet, that means four deaths can still be stopped. She’ll just have to dig a little deeper....
Review: Victoria did it again. I am never surprised how she writes but I love how it flows... sometimes the cat is out of the bag in the beginning of the book how she writes but they have to follow the clues and win it for the team. This one is not the case... this book kept me guessing each and every turn. I really didn't know what to do, where to "look" or who did it until the end. While I haven't finished her other series yet because lets face it I don't like things ending. I think this story line is great and I am excited for each and every book that is released. Just remember this book has a kicker, it's not who you think!
Title: Out of the ShadowsWritten By: Michelle ArnoldPages in book: ( Amazon doesn't list)Book purchased or given: GivenForm: E-BookReview: * * * * Find Book hereBook Description: A woman who has been missing for three months is found dead with over 200 tally marks carved into her skin. For Detective Amy Sadler, who is still recovering mentally from a past undercover operation gone wrong, the case is as unsettling as it is frustrating. As more bodies appear with the same tally marks, Amy's only solace from the seemingly unsolvable case is the romance blooming between herself and forensic pathologist Dr. Lira Ward, a beautiful soul with a past even she doesn't understand. But that solace is shattered when the case collides with their personal lives in a way no one sees coming, and Amy is left wondering if she can salvage what they once had. Review:
This book is a good mystery book, getting to the bottom of a mystery while being invested in their lives is a tough thing to d…
Sometimes we just need a quick recipe to get to the pot luck or group event. So I have one quick and easy recipe to share.
Italian Pasta Salad
One box / bag of tri-colored Rotini noodles
One bottle of wishbone Italian Dressing
One package of pepperoni
One package of string cheese
Cook noodles according to directions on package.
Cool noodles, add wishbone dressing. Let sit while cutting pepperoni and string cheese. Add the amount where it doesn't look to over whelmed by the cheese and pepperoni but still could have enough per bite.
Refrigerate and you are good to go in little to no time.
To jazz it up you can add other things like broccoli, cauliflower, olives, and carrots to add a little more crunch to the salad.