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Whose Hand? #2020

Whose Hand When a flustered fisherman pulls a hand from Minneapolis Lake Harriet then loses it back to the depths newspaper reporter Skeeter Hughes finds herself caught in a swirl of mystery and adventure in h

  • Title: Whose Hand?
  • Author: Judith Yates Borger
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Whose Hand? By Judith Yates Borger, When a flustered fisherman pulls a hand from Minneapolis Lake Harriet, then loses it back to the depths, newspaper reporter Skeeter Hughes finds herself caught in a swirl of mystery and adventure in her search for the deceased owner Is it the eighteen year old runaway with a college scholarship waiting for her Or the Nazi holocaust survivor turned successful furrier CoWhen a flustered fisherman pulls a hand from Minneapolis Lake Harriet, then loses it back to the depths, newspaper reporter Skeeter Hughes finds herself caught in a swirl of mystery and adventure in her search for the deceased owner Is it the eighteen year old runaway with a college scholarship waiting for her Or the Nazi holocaust survivor turned successful furrier Could it be the thirty something research director for a manufacturer of medical devices Or, none of the above Despite the pressures from a career always in jeopardy, a husband on the lam and the twenty four seven job of mother, Hughes finds the solution lies in the answer to the question, WHOSE HAND

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    1 thought on “Whose Hand?

    1. I d like to give this 3 1 2 stars This book was long on description but pulled up short on pacing, I have to admit I ended up skimming some of the details because the descriptions just seemed to go on and on Overall the premise was good and I liked the detective side of it, but I felt the seperation storyline during the story Skeeter Hughes husband has walked out on her was glossed over and unrealistic I get that she s a hard nosed newspaper reporter, but really, conversation with both the walk [...]

    2. This is the second in Yates Borger s Skeeter Hughes series and she shows the confidence of a veteran When a fisherman claims to have pulled up a hand while fishing in a Minneapolis lake, newspaper reporter Hughes goes to work trying to determine which missing person might belong to it But unlike many mystery stories, this one branches out into three separate tales And like any good newspaper reporter, Hughes follows and reports on each one until she finds the likely corpse Each of the three thre [...]

    3. Journalist Skeeter Hughes is the quintessential single working mom She has two daughters aged nine and 14 and is separated from her husband, Michael One might even call her typical, if her job didn t include dumpster diving and being threatened by criminals.Skeeter works for the Minneapolis Citizen, and as this book begins, she is meeting with a retired veteran called BJ, who claimed to have caught a human hand while fishing in Lake Harriet the previous October At first Skeeter is skeptical this [...]

    4. A murder, animal abuse of exotic animals, and fthe failing of the print media from a reporter s point of view I had a hard time connecting to the characters and I am not sure I have yet Yet the mystery was interesting and had plenty of twists and turns.199

    5. I contemplated taking this book off the list several times, but each time I read the other people s reviews and got too curious to skip it I m kind of glad I didn t It was a solid little mystery framed with interesting personal interactions If I agree with many of the reviewers who said that the detective actually a reporter ought to spend a little time on her family and a little less time lolly gaggling around and putting herself in mortal perilwell didn t spoil the story for me.

    6. A ripping yarn, literally This second installment builds a stronger bond between the reader and Skeeter Hughes, ace reporter and struggling working mom Borger draws on true life crime and real world newspaper pressures to create a compelling drama with strong pacing and action I hope we don t have to wait too long for the third installment.

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