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Sins of the Fathers: A J.P. Beaumont Novel

Sins of the Fathers: A J.P. Beaumont Novel

Escrito por J. A. Jance

Narrado por Alan Sklar


Sins of the Fathers: A J.P. Beaumont Novel

Escrito por J. A. Jance

Narrado por Alan Sklar

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4.5/5 (15 valoraciones)
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13 horas
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Sep 24, 2019
ISBN:
9780062956620
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Seattle investigator J. P. Beaumont is drawn into an intriguing, and shockingly personal, case in this superb tale of suspense from New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance.

Former Seattle homicide cop, J. P. Beaumont, is learning to enjoy the new realities of retirement-doing morning crossword puzzles by a roaring fireplace; playing frisbee with his new dog; having quiet lunches with his still working wife. But then his past comes calling.

When a long ago acquaintance, Alan Dale, shows up on Beau's doorstep with a newborn infant in hand and asking for help locating his missing daughter, Beau finds himself faced with an investigation that will turn his own life upside down by dragging his none-too-stellar past onto a roller-coaster ride that may well derail his serene present.  It turns out that, even in retirement. murder is still the name of J. P. Beaumont's game.

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Sep 24, 2019
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Sobre el autor

J.A. Jance is the New York Times bestselling author of the Ali Reynolds series, the J.P. Beaumont series, and the Joanna Brady series, as well as five interrelated Southwestern thrillers featuring the Walker family. Born in South Dakota and brought up in Bisbee, Arizona, Jance lives with her husband in Seattle, Washington, and Tucson, Arizona. Visit her online at JAJance.com.

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  • (5/5)
    Sad that I am now caught up with all the JP Beaumont mysteries and can only hope that there will be another instalment soon. Another great instalment, more personal than mystery, but still excellent.
  • (1/5)
    This half-hearted effort is the most disappointing book in the entire JP Beaumont series.Beaumont became a private investigator a couple of books ago and it’s beginning to look like that was a serious mistake. JP and Mel were an interesting, dynamic couple as members of the Washington State Special Homicide Investigation Team. So far, the depiction of Beaumont as a PI has turned out to be rather flat. Sins of the Father is a lazy effort. The first half of the book plods along, detailing many of the petty irritations of city life in Seattle. I doubt that many readers will find it interesting to read about the traffic hassles and homeless shelters in Seattle. Beaumont repeatedly solves the difficulties he encounters by pulling out his wallet. Unimaginative solutions like that signify the result of a lazy approach to plot development. Authors owe readers ingenious yet plausible solutions to the conundrums they construct. Failure to provide a more interesting solution cheats readers. Perhaps J. A. Jance doesn’t know what to do with Beaumont as a PI, but what she offers here is clearly not the answer. I fear she has lost her way with Beaumont and may not be able to recover.
  • (4/5)
    It's been two years since the last J.P. Beaumont novel. It's good to have him back. He's still struggling with retirement, his drinking, and with time on his hands, he welcomes the opportunity to put his newly acquired P.I. licence to use. He soon finds that the baby's young mother is not the only one he's looking for. Seems the father is also missing. Beaumont always did a top-notch job of investigating and leaving no stone unturned when he was with the police department and he does no less of a job as a P.I. What he finds though is much more than he ever bargained for. Fans of this series will fall right back into the life of J.P.
  • (4/5)
    J.P. Beaumont, working as a private investigator, finds himself involved in a convoluted case when Alan Dale arrives on his doorstep with his infant granddaughter. The baby’s mother left the hospital and disappeared; Dale wants to find her so he can legally take custody of the child. J.P. sets out to find the baby’s missing mother, but when the case takes an unexpected turn, he finds himself involved in fraud and murder.In this, the twenty-fourth outing for J.P. Beaumont, readers will find the expected characters in place. Several surprising plot twists keep the suspense building and keep readers guessing as the story unfolds. There’s enough backstory woven into the telling of the tale for readers new to the series. Complex, believable characters populate the narrative and the strong sense of place anchors a story that flows well and keeps the pages turning. Highly recommended.
  • (4/5)
    SINS OF THE FATHERS by J A JanceThis is the most outing for Jance and the J P Beaumont series. In this iteration Beau is asked to find a missing girl who left her baby in the hospital and disappeared shortly after the birth. After a somewhat slow start the story picks up when Beau discovers he has a personal reason for searching for Naomi.Readers of other Jance mysteries will love this one that offers more of Beau’s back story. It can be read as a stand alone. 4 of 5 stars