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Bad Memory Private Investigator Jessica Shaw Is Leading A Quiet Life In A Californian Desert Community, Where She Spends Her Days Working Low Level Cases But When A Former Resident Asks Jessica To Help Her Sister, Rue Hunter A Convicted Murderer Whose Execution Is Days Away Jessica Can T Resist The OfferRue Doesn T Remember What Happened The Night Two High School Students Were Killed Thirty Years Ago, But Everybody In Town Is Certain She S Guilty As Jessica Looks For Answers, She Finds That Local Rumors Point One Way And Evidence Points Another And Nobody Wants To Face The Truth Meanwhile, Jessica Can T Shake The Feeling That Someone Is Stalking Her Now Than Ever, She Knows She Can T Trust AnyoneAs Jessica Digs Deeper, She Encounters Local Secrets In Unlikely Places Including The Police Department Itself But The Clock Is Ticking, And Jessica Must Find The Truth Fast Or Rue S Bad Memory May Be The Death Of Them Both


About the Author: Lisa Gray

Lisa Gray is a writer and journalist, and the author of the PI Jessica Shaw thriller series.She decided at a young age that she wanted to write features for magazines and somehow ended up working as a football journalist for 14 years instead.After too many winters spent freezing at matches and worrying about dodgy wi fi connections, Lisa gave up football to work as a content writer at a national newspaper, where she had a spell as their books columnist.An avid reader, she was hooked on Sweet Valley High and Point Horror books as a youngster, before turning to crime Her favorite authors include Michael Connelly, Lee Child and Karin Slaughter.THIN AIR is her debut crime novel and the first in a series about private investigator Jessica Shaw.



10 thoughts on “Bad Memory

  1. says:

    In trying to help a death row inmate with her last request, PI Jessica Shaw learns small towns are often the ones with the BIGGEST secrets Is this death row inmate actually guilty If not, who could want her to stay in jail, and why Jessica Shaw is forced to do what she can to find out the truth as fast as she can since the clock is ticking, and there are some secrets some people are willing to kill to keep In this pulse poundi


  2. says:

    Bad Memory was a really interesting 2nd book in the Jessica Shaw Series In this one, Jessica is asked to try to solve a murder that occurred over thirty years earlier She has only a few days to figure out what really happened, as the woman, Rue Hunter, who was convicted of the double murder when she was a teenager is due to be put to death in a few days When Jessica visits Rue in prison, she finds that Rue doesn t remember what happen


  3. says:

    I read this book without having read the first book in the series, but about halfway through this book I decided that I wanted to read the first book, and any subsequent ones I also feel that even though I didn t read the first book I was confused about very little in the story, and nothing relating to the main plot.The main character, Jessica Shaw, is obviously flawed which makes her that muchrelatable I really liked seeing not only her char


  4. says:

    Thanks to Netgally andPublishing UK for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.Private investigator, Jessica Shaw is approached by Rose, a woman whose sister, Rue, is on death row and going to be executed for a double murder she supposedly committed over 30 years ago when she was 17 Rose wants Jessica to take one last look at the case and see if there is any way to clear Rue before her execution I love a good detective story with an inve


  5. says:

    What an incredible story Murder mystery novels are my absolutely favourite of all book genres, if they are done right Recently, I have been disappointed with the novels I have read in this genre that have been recommended to me, but when I accepted this ARC on NetGalley, I had no idea that I would be reading a book that would keep me on the edge of my car seat until the very last page I read this book whilst on a journey to Birmingham, and I didn t even noti


  6. says:

    This Is the second book in the Jessica Shaw series.Synopsis Jessica arrives at a seemingly sleepy remote town called Hundred Acres and thanks to the help of a friend, Detective Pryce, she starts a new job in the small detective office in the town She is asked by a new client called Rose Dalton to look in to a crime that took place 30 years ago which left her sister Rue Hunter incarcerated for the murders of her boyfriend Lucas and her best friend Megan Rue is due to


  7. says:

    Thank you Netgalley for this book, in return for a honest review Although this book was good, I have only given it 3 stars because I didn t eel it was as good as the first book by Lisa Gray, In Thin Air I really liked the books alternative timeframes and viewpoints The book had a great surprising ending which wasn t expected I think if you enjoy a good crime book, you ll enjoy this.Private investigator Jessica Shaw is leading a quiet life in a Californian desert community,


  8. says:

    I really enjoy mysteries and action books. This book was just that This is the second book in her Jessica Shaw series I didn t have to read the first book to pick this book up and enjoy it The main character,Jessica, is a female private investigator She is hired by Rue Hunter s sister to investigate the case Rue was being sentenced to death row because of With a short deadline, Jessica got to work Rue was being sentenced to the death penalty for killing her two friends up on Devils


  9. says:

    In this second Jessica Shaw book, Lisa Grey provides another unique mystery that weaves the past with the present Jess is now in a small California town working for a PI, trying to get her own license She is approached by the sister of a woman scheduled for excursion as punishment for having killed her best friend and boyfriend when she was a teenager A pile of evidence seemed to make it an open and shut case, but there are secrets from the past that Jess must chase down and reveal There a


  10. says:

    I received a free, advanced copy of this book through NetGalley I read thr author s first Jessica Shaw book recently, but if you hadn t read it, it wouldn t be too confusing Jessica is a PI, and stumbles into another murder mystery in which the convicted felon is about to be executed Her memory is unreliable This particular story was interesting, but interspersed with chapters with Pryce s POV as he decided to look into his former partner s murder was a little frustrating I knew it would be I rece


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