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An old friend found severely injured in the Arizona desert propels Ali Reynolds into the path of a remorseless killer in Left for Dead, the latest mystery from New York Times bestselling author J.A. Jance.
When Santa Cruz county deputy sheriff Jose Reyes, one of Ali Reynolds’s classmates from the Arizona Police Academy, is gunned down and left to die, he is at first assumed to be an innocent victim of the drug wars escalating across the border. But the crime scene investigation shows there’s much more to it than that, and soon he and his pregnant wife, Teresa, are both under suspicion.
Ali Reynolds owes Jose Reyes a debt of gratitude for the help he gave her years earlier. When she’s summoned to his bedside at Mercy Medical Center in Tucson, it’s impossible for Ali to turn away. Upon arriving at the hospital, Ali finds her good friend, Sister Anselm, is there as well, working as patient advocate on behalf of another victim, an unidentified border crosser who was raped and savagely beaten.
As more bodies pile up, Ali and Sister Anselm find themselves confronting the evil of the drug cartels head-on, with no way of knowing who the next victim will be.
Hardcover Book : 304 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Inc. ( February 07, 2012 )
Item #: 13-525392
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.687inches
Product Weight: 12.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I read almost all of her books. Especially this series. I am never disapointed in her story line, characters and everything she puts into her works. I get antsy to read her next book.
Reviewer: Mary D
I've read all the books by this author. All of them are good and this is no exception.
The plot develops quickly and never lags.
I think think this author gets better with each new series she writes.
Reviewer: Jean S
Her best book yet!
Reviewer: Liz G
This novel was a fast starter and stayed that way until the end. I recommend this to mystery lovers.
Reviewer: Janice H
I read this over time and enjoyed picking it up each time I could. It was a solid story. I want to read more of Ali Reynolds; I've only read the last two.