Hand of Evil – Ali Reynolds Book 3

Hand of Evil is the 3rd book in the Ali Reynolds series by author J. A. Jance. This is a thrilling and suspenseful story spanning generations, revealing 2 different women with terrifying secrets. The secret call of a friend’s teenage daughter has disappeared. Ali follows this case to find the culprit, she reveals the secret to the fearsome killer. Will Ali fall victim to herself, or how will she escape the murderous deception?

Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.

Review 1: Hand of Evil – Ali Reynolds Book 3 audiobook by Lori

Tiresome

Being a fan of J.A. Jance I was surprised to be very disappointed with this book, and could not wait for it to finish. The main character is facing many crisis but her overriding chore is being saddled with a runaway, annoying teenager. I am not sure if it was the storyline or the narrator or just the entire tone of the novel, but the narrator sounds continually angry and frustrated. Check out one of the more worthy books by this author.

Review 2: Hand of Evil – Ali Reynolds Book 3 audiobook by Danette

Implausible, Irritating and Preachy

If you think you need ham-handed instruction on the virtues of feminism, the perils of the internet, the dangers of text-messaging, the ravages of divorce, the consequences of bad parenting, the social cost of war, the plight of the homeless, and the tragedy of pedophilia and incest, this is the book for you!
As a big fan of JA Jance, I really wanted to like this book, but I found myself getting more and more irritated with this credibility-stretching soapbox. From the irrelevant details about each character’s vehicle to the inclusion of seemingly every Dr. Phil-esqe social ill, the book comes off as a more of an extended sermon than a suspense novel.
I also think Jance would be better served sticking with her historically excellent law enforcement main characters rather than a citizen crime fighter. I’m not in law enforcement, but I cringed at the main character’s penchant for investigating suspects and interviewing witnesses and criminals. I kept thinking that in real life, “Ali” (if she weren’t killed or arrested first) would be a defense attorney’s dream come true.
I also take issue with the dream-world of information made available to the main character simple by having a connection to the internet. Much of the details she finds but simply “surfing the net” in reality would require lots of legwork and legal authority.

Review 3: Hand of Evil – Ali Reynolds Book 3 audiobook by Darrell

Slow

Definitely not fast paced. Starts in one place and takes 4 hours to come back to it. And the tie ins are a stretch. I am used to James Patterson, that is fast paced, this was slow motion. Far too much character study and no follow up to the energetic beginning.
By the time you get to the conclusion you have almost forgotten who.

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