Thursday, February 9, 2012

Upside Down by John Ramsey Miller

First sentence:

"From ground level, the automobile graveyard looked groundless."


"In the rain-slick streets of New Orleans, a twelve-year-old girl is running out of time. Hours before, Faith Ann Porter hid under a desk while her attorney mother was murdered for photographs that could rock the city. Now Faith Ann is being hunted by a pair of killers with a very powerful boss. Because she has the negatives of the photos her mother died for, Faith Ann has only hours to live--and only one person can save her. . .

Winter Massey is an ex-U.S. marshal whose career pitted him against some of the world's most ruthless criminals. Now Massey is drawn by horrifying cycle of murder--and the plea of one terrified young girl. But awaiting Massey is a chilling surprise. . .and an assassin with a secret mission, a secret motive, and the perfect plan. . . ."-- from the back cover

My thoughts:

This was a very good thriller. I liked how Faith Ann figured out how to survive and how she and Winter worked together later. I look forward to reading the first book in the series, Inside Out.

Date read: 2/8/2012
Book #: 6
Series: Winter Massey, #2
Challenges: TBR Challenge 2012, A-Z Challenge 2012, Off the Shelf Challenge 2012, New Author Challenge
Rating: 3*/5 = good
Genre: Thriller

ISBN-10: 0553583409
ISBN-13: 9780553583403
Publisher: Bantam Dell
Year: 2005
# of pages: 337
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
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