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Always Time to Die (St. Kilda Consulting, #1) Former U.S Senator Quintrell Is Dead.His Son, New Mexico S Governor, Is Preparing Hisrun For The Highest Political Office In The Land.And Dark Family Secrets Are About To Explode With The Devastating Force Of A Southwestern Earthquake.An Eccentric Quintrell Aunt Has Invited Genealogist Carolina Carly May To Their Taos Compound To Compile A Record Of The Illustrious Family But Digging Into The Past Is Raising Troubling Questions About A Would Be President S Private Life And The Grisly Street Crime That Left His Drug Addicted Sister Dead As A Dark World Of Twisted Passions And Depravity Slowly Opens Up Before Carly, There Is No One Whom She Dares Trust Perhaps Least Of All Dan Duran, A Dangerous, Haunted Enigma Who S Tied To The Quintrells History But She Will Need An Ally To Survive The Terrible Mysteries A Father Carried To The Grave Because Following The Bloodlines Of The Powerful Can Be A Bloody Business And Some Dead Secrets Can Kill.


10 thoughts on “Always Time to Die (St. Kilda Consulting, #1)

  1. says:

    Note I originally read this book back in 2006, and read it again in 2011 My opinion of the book hasn t changed in the interval, though it s worth noting that I did enjoy it well enough to come back and read it again.I can generally rely upon Elizabeth Lowell to give me a fluffily suspenseful but enjoyable read She s formulaic, sure, but it s a formula I happen to like beautiful, spunky woman plus broody and sexy man plus people trying to kill them, generally for reasons involving fabulously...


  2. says:

    I kept vacillating between hating and liking this book It must have been the narrator The genealogy stuff got to be a little too much Then the whole incest thing just went waaaaaay beyond creepy, disgusting, and too much as well.


  3. says:

    Disclaimer I m not generally a romantic suspense or romantic anything reader I grabbed this off a housemate because I was out of books of my own, so maybe this book was only meh to me because I wasn t familiar with whatever genre conventions I d let myself in for But meh it was.The suspense plot is a good one, but the way it s paced, it never seems as urgent as I d expect There are many isolated incidents of people threatening the heroine, Carly There are some isolated incidents of pe Disclaimer I m not generally a romantic suspense or romantic anything reader I grabbed this ...


  4. says:

    I was shocked by this book It sounded good, then I started reading and was struck by a desire to skip a lot of pages There is a ton of geneology and family history described in the chapters because the main character is hired to write about just that So at first it s boring, then it just gets disgusting If you want to read about some filandering, pig headed chold molesters and bigamists be my guest I put the book down I couldn t believe one of my choice authors had chosen to write such a I was shocked by this book It sounded good, then I started reading and was struck by a desire to skip a lot of pag...


  5. says:

    Book 53 of 2009Wow, it seems like it took me all of May to read this book It was a decent book Lots of buried family secrets and intrigue I became interested in this book after listening to Blue Smoke and Murder which was the fourth in a line of St Kilda Consulting series this was supposed to be the first Although St Kilda was mentioned especially in the last 1 4 of the book , it left meconfused about the whole St Kilda series timeline There s no description of how this orga Book 53 of 2009Wow, it seems like it took me all of May to read this book It was a decent book Lots of buried family secrets and intrigue I became interested in this book after listening to Blue Smoke and Murder which was the fourth in a line of St Kilda Consulting series this was supposed to be the first Although St Kilda was mentioned especially in the last 1 4 of the book , it left meconfused about th...


  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book because it combined two on my interests mysteries and genealogy The main character, Dan, belongs to an organization that specializes in remedying problems in dangerous parts of the world He is from Taos, New Mexico and is part of an extended family that can trace their roots back to Spanish explorers Recovering from an injury, he spends some time at home and meets a visitor who is writing a genealogical history of his mother s family She becomes the target of a sniper an I enjoyed this book because it combined two on my interests mysteries and genealogy The main character, Dan, belongs to an organization that specializes in remedying problems in dangerous parts of the world He is from Taos, New Mexico and is part of an extended family that...


  7. says:

    Good characters


  8. says:

    Not a fan At all It was free and I still feel like I was robbed.


  9. says:

    Good book with some seriously creepy elements It s billed as a St Kilda Consulting book, but there s very little St Kilda to it The hero is on medical leave after being injured on the job The heroine has been hired to construct a family history of the local grandee, a former senator who was a total scuzzbucket He s the source of most of the creepiness, which all happened in the past, since he s dead now But people are still dying, so the...


  10. says:

    Nicely paced suspenseful mystery whodunnit It didn t stand out in any particular fashion, other than I noticed harsh cuss words weren t used At one point a character said nucking futs , and I found that...


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