Mrs Jones

Mrs Jones ASIN B LAGPONG Alternative cover edition A British girl with a secret A New York cop with a past And a Mob that wants revenge When maverick New York detective Tommy Connell picks up a witness to mu

  • Title: Mrs Jones
  • Author: B.A. Morton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • ASIN B00LAGPONG Alternative cover edition.A British girl with a secret.A New York cop with a past.And a Mob that wants revenge.When maverick New York detective, Tommy Connell, picks up a witness to murder, he finds himself with than he bargained for.Mysterious British girl, Lizzie Jones, is harboring a secret and both the Mob and the Feds are keen to know what it isSIN B00LAGPONG Alternative cover edition.A British girl with a secret.A New York cop with a past.And a Mob that wants revenge.When maverick New York detective, Tommy Connell, picks up a witness to murder, he finds himself with than he bargained for.Mysterious British girl, Lizzie Jones, is harboring a secret and both the Mob and the Feds are keen to know what it is.Setting out to solve the puzzle Connell is inexplicably drawn back to his checkered past and the murder of his young son s mother With hired killers hot on their trail, Connell must protect Mrs Jones and uncover the truth A fast paced roller coaster of a ride Twisty turny romantic suspense Yeovil Literary Prize winner 2011

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    1. Mrs Jones is the kind of thriller you don’t have to be a former spy to understand. It deals far more with human emotions than plot twists and turns and high velocity action. Not that it doesn’t have both of those too, but the shoot-outs are not obtrusive, incidental almost, and the plot twists don’t leave the reader gasping with incredulity. The characters are well-rounded and likeable, and the dialogue is convincing and entertaining. If there were typos in the text I didn’t notice them, [...]

    2. Tracing a 911 call to Apartment 13A, Detective Connell investigates a hit and run scene with a witness he’d rather like to know better. A witness who may just be a lot younger than her ID claims. Clever dialogue makes this opening scene a page-turner and just like Connell, I find anything odd intriguing. What he can’t figure out is why Mrs. Jones is living in this apartment. Why such a dangerous part of town? Connell is determined there is something she’s not telling him, something that se [...]

    3. Reviewed on my blog: queenofallshereadsI wasn't sure what to expect when I began reading Mrs. Jones by B.A. Morton, sometimes I'll love a mystery written by a British writer and other times I'll have problems with either the plot or the pacing of the story. I'm happy to report that this was not the case with Mrs. Jones, I found Ms. Morton's writing style easy to follow, the pacing was pretty even (though it was a little slow to start) and I enjoyed getting to know the characters. I found the dia [...]

    4. I came to 'Mrs Jones' with all kinds of preconceptions, not just the usual ones from blurb, cover and genre, but also knowing that it won a prize in the prestigious Yeovil Competition, and knowing that I liked the author's persona in interview.Having entered (and failed) at the Yeovil, my response to the book was a mix of sour grapes and surprise at discovering that 'Mrs Jones' is not a powerful work of literature, full of deeply challenging insights. Then I forgot about what it isn't and enjoye [...]

    5. Mrs Jones is a great page-turning detective thriller; it’s the first B.A. Morton book I’ve read but it won’t be the last. Morton has captured the sleaze, the quick wit, the tongue-in-cheek and the nastiness of a New York precinct’s environs and denizens.Detective Connell is on a boring routine task, about to question a female witness to a hit-and-run. As he waits at her door: ‘Placing a hand on the weapon holstered under his left arm, he watched the door swing open. All he needed now w [...]

    6. Crime, as a genre, covers a wide range of styles. My preference is quite strongly for the gentle police procedural, with a bit of dry humour where possible, not too 'gritty'. Of course, without some sex and violence, it wouldn't be much of a book; but if the author gets the balance is right, then the result can be excellent - and B. A. Morton has come pretty close with this one.The story is set in America (unusual for an author living in rural England) and as such it contains many of the usual t [...]

    7. This story of a New York cop and an English woman who witnesses a murder is a gripping thriller and delightful love story rolled into one. Fast-paced and steaming with sexual tension, the plot has more twists and turns than a staircase in a Big Apple skyscraper and leaves you feeling just as breathless at the end. There's a surprise around every corner as maverick cop, Tommy Connell, tries to solve the mysteries of the murder, the missing money and the cute, little woman from England.Occasionall [...]

    8. I despair of picking up a book in the latter part of this week not full of terrible mistakes yet never once mentioned by other reviewers. I do always check too. Any mention of spelling or grammatical errors and I don't bother to waste my time in downloading them !!And this one sounded so promising too. I even downloaded the sequel and now will be deleting both.I made it 51 pages in before I called time on this story.There were lost commas, commas added instead of a new sentence started, missed a [...]

    9. When I first read 'Mrs Jones', I went, 'Wow, this is a real roller-coaster!'. A sexy vulnerable girl, a New York cop, a plot that twists by the page.As a Brit, I didn't notice it, but in its original version, it was distinctly more British than American. Since then, however, it has been 'Yanked' up so as to read as an authentic American hard-boiled crime thriller.It is definitely one of those books, once picked up you don't put it down, and its sequel, 'Molly Brown', is just as good.There are no [...]

    10. Much of the early part of this is just two people - Connell the Detective and Lizzie, aka Mrs Jones - talking to each other. Which would seem like a slow way to start a thriller, and risky, considering that pace is vital in this genre. But the interactions between the two, their sharp dialogue and Connell's observations are very effectively used to establish plot and character. I was quickly drawn in to the mystery surrounding Mrs Jones - a mystery that got steadily deeper, each revelation only [...]

    11. Mrs. Jones is a pacey thriller that was hugely enjoyable with enough twists to satisfy anyone looking for a great escape on a rainy weekend. Mrs. Jones, a young English woman in trouble, is understandably appealing to Connell, the hardbitten New York detective, who’s had his own troubles. We follow Connell’s attempts to protect Mrs. Jones from the various people that are after her and, like Mrs. Jones, we can fall under Connell’s spell. We cheer as he bends the rules and understand that hi [...]

    12. This was a Kindle freebie and it wasn't bad. I can't put my finger on what made the main character a little too cheesy, for lack of a better word, but there was something not quite right. The plot was interesting. Too often, it is clear where the story is going right from the start, but there were several times when I put the book down for the evening and thought, "I have no idea where this is going next," so that was nice.

    13. Brilliant, brilliant book! Kept me on my toes from start to finish with the all twist and turns. And I absolutely love Tommy! The characters were very real; the author paints a very descriptive picture making you feel as if you are right there with them.Oh, and what a brilliant ending! I can't wait for the next book!

    14. A stranger in a strange town. A detective trying to solve a crime. When their paths cross sparks fly. When the mystery is solved will that be the end of things?An excellent first book from B.A. MORTON.Recommended

    15. Really enjoyed this book it's been a long time since I have read a detective book and this one has many twists and turns and mysteries that I couldn't put it down. I will now defiantly reading detective novels.

    16. I liked the twists and turns. It was a nice challenge to try to stay with all the details while trying to figure out what was next all at the same time. I only wished Marty was more physical because he sounds like a great guy.

    17. Liked the writing and the story. Connected with the characters. Kept me reading. I was not disappointed that I had read it. Would read other books of his.

    18. While this is a definitely a page turner once you get past the first few chapters, there were a few too many convenient 'coincidences' in this plot for my liking.

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