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Traces of Guilt (Evie Blackwell Cold Case #1)

A Riveting Cold-Case Mystery from Dee Henderson
Evie Blackwell loves her life as an Illinois State Police Detective . . . mostly. She’s very skilled at investigations and has steadily moved up through the ranks. She would like to find Mr. Right, but she has a hard time imagining how marriage could work, considering the demands of her job.
Gabriel Thane is a lifetime reside


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    Madison

    Jan 20, 2016

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Ten billion stars out of five (because one billion stars just wouldn’t be enough). I’m always ecstatic when I start a new Dee Henderson book, but also a little apprehensive because how can she possibly continue to improve on what is already out-of-the-park brilliance. How can you improve perfection? Well, I don’t know how, but Dee Henderson obviously does because her books just keep getting better and better. And Traces of Guilt is simply amazing.

    The world Henderson creates is completely absorb

    The world Henderson creates is completely absorbing. I love getting to know the characters. I love the way crimes are worked, the nitty-gritty details, the long hours, the pain and emotional toll. And I love the humour and family and faith that is mixed into the serious topics. I wanted to savour this story, wanted to know all the answers, wanted to see the journeys of each of the characters and wanted to read this book every moment that I could.

    Evie Blackwell and Gabriel Thane are our main characters. Evie is starting work with the new cold case task force and is using her vacation time to get started on two cold cases in Carin County, Illinois. Gabriel is Sheriff of Carin County and works with Evie on the cold cases that have rocked their community. Ann Falcon (from Full Disclosure) brings these two together, but it quickly becomes obvious that there is more at stake than two isolated cold cases.

    Ann and her husband Paul Falcon play a fairly large role in this story, as do Gabriel’s brothers Josh and Will, and their parents. A chapter from Josh’s perspective opens the book, and there are follow-up chapters from him, Ann, Will and even Grace and Karen, two women who also play important parts in the story and unfolding mysteries. These chapters are spread in between the majority of the sections that are from Gabriel and Evie. As a result, we get a great insight into all the characters, particularly the new ones. There are also mentions of a whole range of favourite characters, from the Bishops to Quinn and Lisa.

    I love Dee Henderson’s heroes. Solid and steady, these men are men of faith and justice. Her heroines are equally impressive in their capacity and strength. There are some shattering reveals in this book. The cases are very personal to the characters and seeing their distress is heartbreaking. There are a number of mysteries in this book, some of which are solved more easily than others, but each is the perfect blend of intrigue, emotion and case details.

    There is a lovely mix of romance in this story, despite the cases being the focus of the book. There are the continuation of old romances, Ann and Paul’s for example, that are a delight to read as continuing love stories. There are a few insights into ongoing romances, take Will Thane and his love interest Karen, who each get a chapter and have a few secrets of their own. And then there are the romances that are just beginning. Gabriel and Evie first meet in this book and they have a connection but if there is to be a continuing story it will progress in future books.

    This book has all the makings of a new series. And yet, I could also see it being a standalone, with tie-ins to future but separate books, much like how Full Disclosure, Unspoken and Taken all have various mentions and connections in this book but have distinct story lines. Personally, I would love to continue Evie’s story, see her uncover more cold cases and work on the new cold case task force and I would really, really love more of the Thane brothers. But whatever Dee Henderson writes next I’m sure it will be every bit as wonderful, intriguing and perfect as Traces of Guilt.

    The publishers provided a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

    Find more reviews on my blog Madison’s Library.
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    Aerykah

    I would almost give this book 3 stars because I did enjoy the mysteries of the cold cases. However… that’s about the only thing I enjoyed about it.

    Though there are some romantic elements in the story, I would definitely not consider it a romantic mystery novel. But I actually rather liked that about it. Even I, who like romantic books, find it rather nice to read a non-romantic mystery occasionally because it allows the focus to be more on the mystery elements and the process of solving the ca

    Though there are some romantic elements in the story, I would definitely not consider it a romantic mystery novel. But I actually rather liked that about it. Even I, who like romantic books, find it rather nice to read a non-romantic mystery occasionally because it allows the focus to be more on the mystery elements and the process of solving the cases.

    Some reviewers have mentioned how “heavy” of a read this is. That is nothing but the truth. There are some very difficult topics covered in this story (view spoiler). That being the case, this book definitely has it’s sad, even rather depressing, parts. I can handle that, though (at least, to the extent it was dealt with in this book).

    What did I dislike? There were a few things, actually. At the top of my list, is the dialogue. There is a lot of it– a lot. And so much of it felt stiff and unrealistic and….. and just so very fake. I simply found it unbelievable how many of the conversations went. I have never heard anyone converse the way most of the characters in this story do. They’re all so blatantly honest and straightforward and factual and….. Does anyone ever actually talk like that?! Anyway, that nearly drove me crazy.
    Unfortunately, I think this has become a trend in Dee Henderson’s newer books. (Henderson Fans, correct me if I’m wrong about that!)

    Also, I never felt like I could truly connect with any of the characters. I think this was mostly due to there being so much going on with so many stories combined and pov’s from several different characters. I was never able to focus on one character long enough or delve deeply enough into them to get that connection that I wanted. I don’t usually have any difficulty with multiple storylines or pov’s, but combine that with the rather choppy-feeling of the writing and it’s not good. Add to that, the reading style of the narrator (Johanna Parker) and I really started to struggle with finishing this book.

    The last thing I’ll mention is a spoiler– (view spoiler)

    To sum it up:
    The best part of this book was the process of solving the rather interesting cold cases. I don’t require a lot of suspense or thrill in order to enjoy a mystery so I did like this aspect of the story the most. That being said, due to the choppy writing, stilted dialogue, and annoying narrator… I probably would not have finished this book if I hadn’t been nearly desperate for something to listen to at work and this was the only audiobook I currently had that I hadn’t listened to recently.

    Will I read the rest of this series? Perhaps. If my library purchases the audiobooks and I’m in need of something to listen to at work, I may go ahead and try the next book. It’s not on my to-read list, though.
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    Debbie

    Apr 19, 2016

    rated it
    it was ok

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    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    fiction

    “Traces of Guilt” is general fiction, not a romantic suspense. Evie is happy as a single woman (by which she means she’s happy dating a man who wants to marry her but whom she doesn’t intend to marry). This doesn’t change, but we don’t meet her boyfriend.

    The task force was looking at a bunch of cold cases, so there’s no suspense. They talk about what might have happened and possible leads. They talk about what they did and what they discovered. They think and talk about how they feel very sad an

    The task force was looking at a bunch of cold cases, so there’s no suspense. They talk about what might have happened and possible leads. They talk about what they did and what they discovered. They think and talk about how they feel very sad and how heartbreaking and painful it is to work these cases. We’re rarely allowed to be “in on the action” with an actual scene of an interview or finding physical evidence.

    There were plenty of cases–a missing girl, a missing family, missing parents, two murdered pedophiles, and a woman in hiding from a killer–yet it’s not a mystery genre. In two of the missing cases, they know whodunit. It’s just a matter of finding the bodies, and they know where to look. There was no justice in those cases, just providing resolution. Gab and Evie also worked the missing family case, which got nowhere and Evie went home. Then, in the last chapter, a new, chance clue allowed Gab to solve the case, and Gab provided Evie (and the reader) with a brief summary of his investigation. We don’t even know whodunit exists before this point. Again, no justice. And, for all her work, Evie didn’t solve any of the mysteries.

    Frankly, what we had were six viewpoint characters struggling emotionally with what happened in the past and what they want in the future. That was the focus of the story. The Thane family was nice, but I didn’t really connect with the women characters. The Christian element was a few prayers and the fact that they go to church. There was no sex or bad language.

    I received an ebook review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.
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