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|Book Name:||All In|
|Author:||Jennifer Lynn Barnes|
|PDF Size||1.49 MB|
|ePub Size||650 KB|
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There are three casinos. Three corpses. Three days have passed.
Cassie Hobbes and the Naturals are tasked with investigating a series of brutal murders in Las Vegas. However, despite the team’s exceptional profiling skills, these murders remain puzzling: unlike most serial killers, this one employs new methods each time. All of the victims were murdered in public, but the murderer is not captured on any surveillance footage. And each victim’s wrist is tattooed with a series of numerals. There is a code hidden in the numbers, and as the Naturals get closer to solving the enigma, the case becomes more dangerous.
Meanwhile, Cassie is coping with a much more painful and dangerous mystery. For the first time in years, her mother’s case has been resolved. As personal issues and team tensions escalate, Cassie and the Naturals will confront impossible odds and difficult decisions.
About The Author Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Jennifer Lynn Barnes, or “Jen” as she is most commonly known, was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has tried her hand in many other fields, including those of competitive cheerleading, volleyball, dancing, debutante-ing, primate cognitive research, teen modelling, comic book reading, and lemur loving. She has been writing for as long as she can remember, and she wrote her first full book—which she now calls a “practise book”—when she was nineteen years old (and which none of you will ever read). Golden was written by her over the summer following her freshman year of college.
All In Book Summary
The TV show Lie To Me is an obvious inspiration here. To me, it’s exciting to see techniques like lie detection and profiling applied to solve murders.
While Cassie is still the focus of the story, she and Sloane get equal time in the spotlight this time around. Sloane’s peculiar fascination with numbers has made her somewhat of a plot device in the first two books. The more I learned about her background, the more I felt sorry for her. I wished the author had gone into greater depth about how Sloane’s predilection for mathematics influenced her upbringing.
I was stumped by the mystery, unfortunately. There was some deception involved, but I should have seen through it. Once more, the chapters written from the killer’s perspective were terrifying.
As well as some surprising disclosures at the end, there was a bit too much angst with Michael, which I hope will end in the next book.