Doane desperately needs Eve’s skill to reconstruct the skull of his son - a sick and twisted killer who still holds Doane in thrall from beyond the grave - and like a man possessed, he refuses to let anything stand in his way. The CIA has its own reasons for tracking Eve’s nemesis. And those closest to Eve - Joe Quinn and Jane MacGuire - are doing everything in their power to rescue her, while a hired gun named Lee Zander is on a personal mission to eliminate Doane.
But does that mean he can be trusted to save Eve? Zander’s checkered history may be tied to Eve’s own past in a shocking way - or he may be nothing more than another assassin with a long-standing grudge and an overactive trigger finger. Using everything from cutting-edge technology to animal whisperers, the hunt for Eve is on. And the hourglass is almost empty.
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By Amanda Brand on 27-04-2014
Would you consider the audio edition of Hunting Eve to be better than the print version?
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. I have listened to all the previous Eve Duncan books and this was right up there. I do agree with the comments about the narrator. I love her voice, but it would have been a much better idea to have a male voice for the male characters.
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By Howdy Hoe on 22-02-2014
Very disappointing trilogy
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
Perhaps if you have never read any of the Eve Duncan series, it may be enjoyable. But just as the Scarpetta series from Cornwall took a wrong turn, these books have as well in my opinion.
Way too much psychoanalytical mumbo jumbo - got really tired of the characters psychoanalyzing each other! A waste of money too if you have read the other books because the story line spends an inordinate amount of time explaining the previous story lines and characters. I liked the forensic science and true detective work in the previous books. This trilogy is nothing more than a reunion and very little new.
Did Elisabeth Rodgers do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
not really, but there really were TOO many in one book, so perhaps that isn't her fault.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
I previously have really enjoyed the Eve Duncan series. I hope future books get back to forensic science and mystery.
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