Sunday, July 3, 2011
Eve by Iris Johansen, 378 pages
Eve Duncan is getting closer to figuring out who took and killed her daughter Bonnie all those years ago. Her one goal is to find Bonnie's remains and bring her home. But little does she expect the trial to lead to Bonnie's father, who Eve thought had died years ago. But, it seems that John Gallo had survived years in a North Korean prison, and worked for the government has a highly secretive operative. Now, could it be that Bonnie's father was also her killer? Eve is determined to find the truth, no matter what the cost.
It has been a long, long road to discovering the true killer of Bonnie, and Iris Johansen is determined to milk this plot line for all she can. Eve is the first book in a trilogy that will hopefully end this long-dragged out storyline. I must say I'm so ready for this to be over. I am determined though to follow it to the end. This wasn't a bad book, but shouldn't be read on it's own, but only by someone who has read the rest of the books. Otherwise, there is way too much backstory that won't make sense.