[Reading] ➷ Drifter (The 1929 Series, #4) By M.L. Gardner – Pandorajewelry70off.us

Drifter (The 1929 Series, #4) Reading Drifter The 1929 Series, 4 Author M.L Gardner Bandcamptomp3.co.uk We Are Led Into The World Of Richard Sloan, A Massachusetts Missing Person S Detective Who Seems To Be Losing His Touch After Six Months He Hasn T Found Anyone Alive And Becomes Desperate To Redeem His Reputation.Aryl Sullivan, Who Suffered Amnesia In A Boating Accident, Finds Himself Caught Up In A Series Of Events That Land Him In London While In The Hands Of Gina, A Secretive And Controlling Woman, And Her Boss, Mickey, Aryl Is Forever Changed As He Does What He Has To In Order To Survive.Following Leads On A Serial Cop Killer Terrorizing Boston, Detective Sloan Unwittingly Stumbles On Information That Leads Him To Aryl Sullivan, A Man Everyone In Rockport Thinks Is Dead.

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10 thoughts on “Drifter (The 1929 Series, #4)

  1. says:

    Can t put them downI can t tell you how much I have enjoyed the 1929 series I go eagerly on to book 5 One of the best series I ve read in a long, long time.

  2. says:

    I ve now read the first 5 books in this series my review for every book is will be the same I wrote will be since I know I ll keep reading to the end of the series In a nutshell, these are books I love to hate The storyline is engaging, and I definitely want to keep reading to see what happens to all the characters Having said that, there are SO MANY historical inaccuracies that it s almost, but not quite, enough to make me walk away Other readers have pointed out some of the obvious I ve now read the first 5 books in this series my review for every book is will be the same I wrote will be since I know I ll keep reading to the end of the series In a nutshell, these are books I love to hate The storyline is engaging, and I definitely want to keep reading to see what happens to all the characters Having said that, there are SO MANY historical inaccuracies that it s almost, but not quite, enough to make me walk away Other readers have pointed out some of the obvious errors, like showers in the NYC tenements, etc I ll point out a couple of things that just about drive me crazy 1 the author s constant use of bad grammar in an effort to make the dialogueauthentic at least I can only assume that s why she uses it Case in point, Me and Caleb used to go there when we were younger OK, this isn t a direct quote, but you get the idea Every time I read another example of Me and ____ did such and such it makes me grit my teet...

  3. says:

    This book was in major need of an editor, and someone to point out the major inaccuracies so they could be fixed I liked the main premise but it just didn t work It was hard to look past the bad grammar not even historically accurate as well as everything else This was two men telling their stories while on a ship headed to the U.S but at times it was difficult to keep track of names nor was it always readily apparent when narrators had switched Their timelines were also certainly not lin This book was in major need of an editor, and someone to point ou...

  4. says:

    This series is entertaining, if nothing else But there is something else in the present book that is bothersome addiction to opiates Aryl disappeared from his family eleven months prior to his homecoming After being shipwrecked, he was picked up by a cargo boat full of opiates For pain he took the medicine Somehow he gets home only to fall into another ship bound for England By this time he is hooked on ...

  5. says:

    Don t know why I stayed with it to end Story, if it can be called that, didn t move Scene changes were abrupt and without description Names changed in a confusing manner Went back and forth from first person to narrative All characters hokey and trite, borrowed from other failed books and B movies W...

  6. says:

    Great SeriesI just finished book number 4 of the 1929 series and it was great There are a few editing mistakes that should have been caught, but not strong enough that you couldn t follow the story I m on to the final book in the series Great Series, M L Gardner

  7. says:

    The story gets hard to follow at times I read the Kindle edition and perhaps the print editions are laid out better, but it would have helped me a lot if the different character s tales were in different fonts since the author does not tell the reader which character is telling his story.

  8. says:

    I am toughing out reading this series I don t like how the story jumps from one storyline to a completely unrelatated storyline in each book Eventually, the stories link up, but it is a very convuluted way.

  9. says:

    Aryl is located in France by a missing person s detective, Sloan Through conversations on their way back to the U.S., we discover where Aryl has been for almost a year living in pure hell.

  10. says:

    ExcellentExcellent story telling skills I thoroughly enjoyed reading each book in this series Suspense, love, travel, multi dimensional Highly suggested

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