Monday, September 12, 2011

The Face of Deception by Iris Johansen

Surviving the disappearance and probable murder of her daughter gave drive to Eve Duncan. The need to keep busy and her own tragedy gave Eve a perspective that some of her collogues in the professional field of forensic sculptor didn’t have. Being the best in the field caught the attention of wealthy businessman John Logan when he received information about a skull that he desperately needed confirmation on the identity of. Utilizing every resource to persuade Eve to help him, Logan and Eve finally confirmed the identity of the victim only to find themselves targeted to be the next victim on the list.

Book 1 ….. With all these cop or forensic type shows and books out now, it is difficult to come up with a new idea. This may not be a completely new idea, but it is sure done well. Quickly jumping into the action and the characters lives. Each of these characters come through great, especially John Logan - he reminds me a little of another Eve’s man (Roarke - and that is a good thing). Actually really liked Eve’s reluctance to help at first, not every heroine is made to jump in the middle of things. I anticipate the relationship with Logan and the growth of Eve’s character the most when I read the next book, The Killing Games. ( )
May 16, 2011

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