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ISBN:
0451410378
Author:
Leslie Glass
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Onyx (June 1, 2002)
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Series: April Woo Suspense Novels (Book 7). Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages.

Series: April Woo Suspense Novels (Book 7). Publisher: Onyx (June 1, 2002).

This author's novels should be included on every crime thriller fans must read list.

book by Leslie Glass. The book is very intense and suspenseful; if you enjoyed the other April Woo books, you won' t be disappointed with this one, and will be glad to know another is on its way. absorbing and fast-paced. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. This is an absorbing and suspenseful read. This author's novels should be included on every crime thriller fans must read list.

April Woo Suspense Novels, The Secret World of Recovery, The Silent Majority In 2013, Glass produced and directed The Silent Majority. The Silent Bride (2002), Onyx. A Killing Gift (2003), Onyx. A Clean Kill (2005), Onyx.

April Woo Suspense Novels, The Secret World of Recovery, The Silent Majority. Glass is the author of fifteen novels, nine of which compose a New York Times Bestselling series. This sequence of novels center around an NYPD detective, April Woo, the first Asian-American female detective in American mainstream fiction  . In 2013, Glass produced and directed The Silent Majority.

More praise for the novels of Leslie Glass. Detective Sergeant April Woo fiddled with her chopsticks at a window table in Soong Fat's Best Noodle House on Main Street in Hushing, Queens. Glass does a masterful job of building suspense, and she's a wizard at creating believable, unforgettable characters. This series a winner. At four-fifteen on Sunday she was on a busman's holiday, doing a favor on her day off for her sister-cousin, Ching, who was neither a sister nor a cousin. Ching was the third daughter of her mother's friend, Mai Ma Dong, whom April had always called Auntie out of respect.

Burning Time by Leslie Glass April Woo mysteries Book 1 - love her - read them al.

Burning Time by Leslie Glass April Woo mysteries Book 1 - love her - read them all. Leslie Glass. Leslie Glass Books And Humor. What others are saying. 1941 w/ Victor Mature, Betty Grable. A beautiful brides glorious trip down the aisle is cut short by a snipers bullet. The crime has stunned the city and baffled.

Woo is so appealing a protagonist that Leslie Glass can keep her going for a long time. The Newark Star-Ledger.

Leslie Glass uses her beguiling heroine to provide a humanized police investigation that turns Tracking Time into a wonderful treat for anyone who enjoys a great story starring a strong individual. This engrossing mystery is hard to set aside. Woo is so appealing a protagonist that Leslie Glass can keep her going for a long time. Glass writes a masterful police procedural. But it's her wonderfully rich portrait of smart, sensible, intrepid, stubborn April Woo that sets this book apart.

The Silent Bride book. NYPD homicide detective April Woo ("Tracking Time, Stealing Time") investigates the murders of two brides, both shot by a sniper's bullet

The Silent Bride book. NYPD homicide detective April Woo ("Tracking Time, Stealing Time") investigates the murders of two brides, both shot by a sniper's bullet. Trying to find how the two brides were connected, April and homicide specialist Mike Sanchez sift through the evidence for clues to the killer's identity. But they have to work fast because the wedding of April's close friend is fast ap NYPD homicide detective April Woo ("Tracking Time, Stealing Time") investigates the murders of two brides, both shot by a sniper's bullet.

The April Woo mysteries are an intriguing series featuring April Woo, a New York police detective breaking out of the traditional roles society and family expect from he.

The April Woo mysteries are an intriguing series featuring April Woo, a New York police detective breaking out of the traditional roles society and family expect from her. Be part of the world’s largest community of book lovers on Goodreads. Burning Time (April Woo by Leslie Glass. Leslie Glass Glass Bowls Glass Artwork Glass Design Fused Glass. The Silent Bride (april Woo Suspense Novels).

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SUMMARY: It's snowing in New York. On the soaring skyscrapers.

SUMMARY: Manhattan's Upper East Side isn't a neighborhood that NYPD detective April Woo and Precinct Captain Mike Sanchez associate with grisly crimes-until the wife of a celebrity chef is slashed to death in her fashionable town-house. The obvious suspect is her longtime nanny. Then the victim's best friend is murdered as well. The suspect in the case-the nanny. As April's investigation unfolds, so do the victims' privileged secrets. And each one of them cuts like a knife. SUMMARY: It's snowing in New York.

With the wedding of her own close friend rapidly approaching, NYPD detective April Woo and her partner, homicide specialist Mike Sanchez, race against time to find a madman who is targeting New York City's glamorous young brides, cutting them down in the midst of the wedding ceremony. Original.
  • Asyasya
I've read this series over the years, but haven't touched one for several years. Picked up where I left off and was rather disappointed. The first hint that there was a problem was when April Woo, a NYPD Sgt., did not know why so many women at a Jewish wedding had wigs... unrealistic coming from someone who should totally be keyed in to this cultural aspect. The book just wasn't as cohesive as it could have been to maintain a sense of plausibility. It was also lacking so much of the character (and characters) compared to the early books that made me keep going. Will try one more in the series and hope it will be a better read.
  • lets go baby
First I'd like to thank Leslie Glass for continuing the fine April Woo series without using "Time" in the titles--now my friends and I will be able to buy them immediately without having to check to make sure they're not ones we've already read! This one's an excellent addition to the series, with some real progress in the April/Mike relationship, and a wonderful twist to help make Skinny Dragon at least a little accepting of it. Very interesting to see how the characters' extensive varieties of cultural differences and ways of thought contribute to this plot. This should have a warning label that it is not to be read the night before your wedding! The book is very intense and suspenseful; if you enjoyed the other April Woo books, you won' t be disappointed with this one, and will be glad to know another is on its way.
  • Zadora
This is a great series. I love them and read them all. If you like mystery/detective series you'll find this one a pleasure. However, this Kindle edition has MANY typos and I wsh the trascriber wuld be mre carful. The errors make the reading a little difficult at times.
  • Drelajurus
This is a technical complaint. The kindle version of this book is rife with typos. All words with "ti" seemed to have been changed to "d".
other similar issues throughout the text. Did anyone actually read or check this?
  • Stan
I don't want to spoil this for anyone by writing a review, but if you are an April Woo and Mike Sanchez fan, you just have to read this!!!!! Great mystery and I love the way Dragon Mother is always picking on poor April and Mike! I'm so glad I found Leslie Glass!

Mikayla
Crescent City, CA
  • Gashakar
Although I loved reading another April Woo story, there was something wrong with the printing of the book. There were misspelled words on every page and the format kept changing. Don't know who is responsible for these errors but I found it very distracting. Can't imagine Leslie Glass is too proud.
  • Marilace
Not as well done as some of her other books. A nice read.
i felt very ripped off. good story but no less than an average of three misspelled words per page making it worth about a $1 after i had to decipher the damn thing. the follow excerpt was exactly the same.