Wednesday, February 2, 2011

(15)Fatal Error by J A Jance

There are some series that are written in a way that you can pick up any book of the series and not be lost. Apparently the Ali Reynolds series is not one of them.

What I gather from reading Fatal Error is that Ali Reynolds is incredibly wealthy. Has been married twice before, one of those spouses died a day before their divorce was to be completed. Used to be a news anchor. Has a son with a pregnant wife. And she is a cougar, dating a man fifteen years younger than her.

Fatal Error picks up with Ali trying to get through the policy academy when one of her former news anchor acquaintances contacts her for help in tracking down an internet Lothario. And soon her friend is missing as well. Ali uses her vast resources and connections to try and find her friend before it is too late.

I think readers who have followed Ali Reynolds from the beginning will really enjoy Fatal Error. If you have never read a book from this series, I suggest you start with book one. There are just too many references to the past in order to really feel as if you know this character. It can be frustrating, like walking in on a movie that is half over. You have missed a lot of the back story and are completely lost.

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