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ISBN: 1441886389
Author: Elisabeth Rodgers,Iris Johansen
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (October 16, 2012)
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Subcategory: Unfathomable
Rating: 4.1
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Sleep No More (Eve Duncan, Book 12). Iris Johansen. Taking Eve is the First Iris Johansen book that I've read

Sleep No More (Eve Duncan, Book 12). Taking Eve is the First Iris Johansen book that I've read. I was so excited to start this trilogy and was hugely disappointed right off the bat. The writing in this book is terrible! There are no back stories on any of the characters, it simply jumps into everyone being completely overly obsessed with Eve, and I don't get it. The obsession is over the top and completely bizarre, I don't know how the author thought that this would be relate-able to their readers.

Sleep No More (Eve Duncan, Book 12.

Sleep No More (Eve Duncan, Book 12). Iris Johansen is the New York Times bestselling author of Your Next Breath, The Perfect Witness, Live to See Tomorrow, Silencing Eve, Hunting Eve, Taking Eve, Sleep No More, What Doesn’t Kill You, Bonnie, Quinn, Eve, Chasing the Night, Eight Days to Live, Blood Game, Deadlock, Dark Summer, Pandora’s Daughter, Quicksand, Killer Dreams, On the Run, Countdown, Firestorm, Fatal Tide, Dead. And with her son Roy Johansen, she has coauthored Sight Unseen, Close Your Eyes, Shadow Zone, Storm Cycle, and Silent Thunder.

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Eve Duncan is a survivor, still tortured by the kidnapping and murder of her seven-year-old child, Bonnie. Shelve Sleep No More, Taking Eve. Want to Read. Iris Johansen - Eve Duncan Series: Books 8-10: Quicksand, Blood Game, Eight Days to Live.

Find sources: "Iris Johansen" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (May . Sleep No More (October, 2012). Taking Eve (April, 2013).

Find sources: "Iris Johansen" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (May 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). This article needs to be updated. Iris Johansen left a job as an airline reservations agent in the early 1980s to begin writing romance novels. She changed direction slightly and began writing historical romantic suspense novels in 1991 with the publication of The Wind Dancer. She settled in to suspense writing as her main genre with the crime fiction thriller Ugly Duckling, published in 1996 and soon after became a New York Times bestselling author.

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Johansen is still writing books for the Eve Duncan series now, with the latest three novels, Taking Eve, Hunting Eve and Silencing Eve all being released in 2013

The Lady and the Unicorn. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Johansen is still writing books for the Eve Duncan series now, with the latest three novels, Taking Eve, Hunting Eve and Silencing Eve all being released in 2013. So far, there are 18 novels in the Eve Duncan Series. Who is Eve Duncan? Eve Duncan is a woman who has faced many evils in her life and yet she has survived. She was an illegitimate child when she was born and she followed in her Mother’s footsteps when she had her own child, called Bonnie, at 18 years old.

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Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan knows what it’s like to be haunted by the past. For years after her daughter, Bonnie, was stolen from her, she fought for closure. When her mother, Sandra, asks Eve to find a missing friend named Beth Avery, she wants to help but is sure that Sandra is hiding something. The fact that she adamantly refuses to go to the police reinforces Eve’s suspicions that something is very wrong.

Eve learns that Beth has been locked away in a mental hospital for years, which makes it even harder to understand how she could have disappeared. As Sandra reluctantly reveals small pieces of the truth about Beth’s identity, Eve is shocked to discover that their lives are strangely entwined, and Beth’s disappearance now puts them all in grave danger.

Desperate, Eve enlists a secret weapon to pick up Beth’s trail: rogue profiler Kendra Michaels. With an uncanny ability to detect clues and solve puzzles, Kendra begins to uncover the bizarre circumstances of Beth’s escape from what should have been the safety of her hospital room. Beth is on the run, and as her mind clears—detoxing from the drugs that have held her prisoner—she begins to see the threads of a twisted plot within the powerful Avery family, threatening to destroy her and anyone else who might jeopardize the high-stakes game that is already in play.


This is the first Eve Duncan book I've read and I have to say I enjoyed it. I was surprised to find out it was #15 in a series, because it certainly was able to stand on its own for a new reader. More of a thriller than a mystery with a solid group of characters.
Just a few nit picks - there are three main female protagonists in the book, and when they meet each other there is initial female cattiness - it was quickly resolved, but added nothing to the plot, so why not do without completely? I'm all for flawed heroines, but no need to make them initially territorial and bitchy. And secondly, while this was quite an enjoyable read, it wasn't quite a "can't put it down" book that I had to stay up all night and read. I know that is a very subjective statement, but it did take me about a week to finish,I didn't quite feel the urgency.
Like a lot of the reviewers, I have read all the Eve Duncan books and I don't remember the relationship between Eve and her mother being as bad as was portrayed in the opening chapters. They have had their issues but I always thought Sandra was supportive of and caring toward Eve. This story made her seem like an abusive mother who cared for the daughter she gave up than she did for Eve. Did I miss something?

I wish the author would soften Even up bit; she can be quite vocally rude to a lot of folks, even Joe. She is really rather unlikeable at times. I know she will always be injured by losing her daughter, but she was able to bring Bonnie home so I thought that would soften her bit. And why aren't Eve and Joe married? Seems odd to me.
Johansen has created another layer of incredibly complex characters, Kendra and Beth. After the friendship between Catherine Ling and Eve, I did not expect another friendship popping its head so quickly, especially one so close to Eve's heart. Eve's lackadaisical mother, Sandra, comes to her with the news that years before she gave birth to Eve, she delivered another child, Beth, who she was forced to give to the baby's father. Beth was living a "rich kid's" life until a skiing accident landed her in a mental hospital, from which she has now vanished 20 years later. As Joe begins researching Beth's disappearance, it becomes increasingly obvious that someone is trying to kill her, and the killer's focus point easily shifts between Beth and her half-sister, Eve. Kendra, an observer so rare that she is reminiscent of someone with perfect recall, lends her considerable talents to the search for Beth while a voodoo-worshipping, snake-loving hit man tries to find both Beth and Eve before they can be saved.
I have always liked Iris Johansen's books especially the ones featuring Eve Duncan. This one was a quick read, and overall, I enjoyed it. My one complaint with Ms. Johansen's books is that she seems think the only way a woman can come across as strong is to make her be rude. Eve is frequently rude to new people she meets and her long-time love, Joe. The new women characters in this book, Beth and Kendra, are also rude especially when they first meet Eve. I get that maybe you are supposed to see them as hard and defensive on the outside due to the tough times they've gone through, but once you get to know them, they are loyal and caring. My issue is that I don't think anyone would take the time and trouble to get to know these women after their initial impression of them. I just wish Johansen could write strong female characters without them all being so rude to everyone.
Well as most people know these books have become dull and repeated over and over. I've looked at the New ones being releases and if you can't figure out how the story ends you're not a reader. I only bought this book because it was 2.99 otherwise it's a waste of money. The next series of books is the ending of eve and we learn all her dark secrets.Well since I know how it all ends I won't buy it. I'm sure loyal readers have figured it out. I use to love iris but now they're pretty boring and every story the same. I think she just ran of ideas. Well at least kay Hooper is still a great writer. Sorry iris but you need new ideas, I believe it's time for you to retire. As for the up coming books I will tell you to skip the first one, read a synopsis of the second and since I read the final eve story , even though it's not out ( I have a friend lol) I can say you will be disappointed because the hints were there all along and the ending predictable. So sad that she ended what we're fun books on such a sour note.
I love almost all of Johansen's books. I followed the Eve, Joe, Bonnie, Jane etc characters since the series started. However I thought the series had come to an end when they 'found' Bonnie. So I was a little surprised that they returned in this book. I didn't love it as much as the others ... maybe because in my mind she had moved on to new characters. I guess my biggest problem with this particular episode is that there was no continuity. The subject was sort of boring ... Eve finds long lost sister .. Eve almost dies ... long lost sister is and instant millionaire. OK there is more to it than that and if you like Johansen then you will most likely love this book. I have no regrets that I read it but it would have worked better with all new characters to build up and entice us with.
All of the Eve Duncan series will leave you with your heart in your mouth. You are usually chasing pedophiles - if that tells you anything. The type that take your child and hurt them before finally killing them. They aren't easy - and that Iris Johansen can bring them to life - yes LIFE - tells you the kind of author she is. Start at the end of this LONG series. You won't be sorry. You may cry.
Another winner from Iris Johansen! The plot is fast paced and kept me turning pages rapidly. I love the 2 new characters who were introduced. Kendra is a fascinating woman with exceptional talents that she has honed while blind. Beth, the here-to-fore unknown sister was a surprise and mixed blessing. At times she was a frustrating, though understandable child/woman mix. I was especially pleased that Eve and Joe had a bigger role as a couple and the love story is steady and yet romantic. In past stories I was left yearning for more details of them and their love. If I understand correctly there will be 2 more books. Please hurry.

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