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by Jilliane Hoffman

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Jilliane Hoffman
HarperCollins Publishers (May 1, 2012)
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Also by Jilliane Hoffman.

Also by Jilliane Hoffman. Straddled directly over her, his Vans balanced precariously on two bar stools, stood a shirtless guy with the most cut chest Gabriella Vechio had ever seen, a shot glass clenched tightly in his flexed abs. While the crowd cheered him on, he rocked his body over the coed’s, pouring the amber liquid into her open mouth.

The chilling new psychological thriller from the bestselling author of Retribution and Pretty Little Things THEY WATCH.

The Cutting Room is the third book in a trilogy by Julliane Hoffman.

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Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. One rainy night in New York City, outstanding law student Chloe Larson wakes from a terrible nightmare. But it's not a nightmare - it's real. Not only is she savagely violated in her own bedroom, Chloe then has to deal with the horror of nobody being brought to justice.

The Cutting Room book. This was beyond the most disappointing of all the books written by Jilliane Hoffman

The Cutting Room book. This was beyond the most disappointing of all the books written by Jilliane Hoffman. The author develops a major character and does something so heinous with no discussions or repercussions. It's as though Hoffman had to catch a train and needed to finish the book in an hour.

The Cutting Room - Jilliane Hoffman. Another drink?’ he asked, sliding her coat off her shoulders and tossing it on the couch in the living room. Her suit jacket followed. Where are we? Long Island? Jersey?’ Despite the drunken stupor, a slight panic was beginning to set in.

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Jilliane Hoffman is an American writer of legal thrillers. She was born on Long Island and attended both undergraduate and law school at St. John's University in Queens, New York. Before starting to write, Hoffman experienced the true life of a lawyer while working as an assistant state's attorney prosecuting felonies in Miami, Florida from 1992 to 1996.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Two terrifying psychological thrillers from the bestselling author of RETRIBUTION. PRETTY LITTLE THINGS:Teenage girls are going missing in Miami

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. PRETTY LITTLE THINGS:Teenage girls are going missing in Miami. And for Special Agent Bobby Dees of Florida's Crimes Against Children squad their families' pain is all too real. So when thirteen-year-old Lainey Emerson doesn't return from her date with a guy she met online, he vows to do whatever he can to bring her back. But as the missing reappear, gruesomely murdered, it becomes clear there's a serial killer at work

  • This statement, unfortunately, exactly captures the unfinished storyline presented in this book. Apparently, if you want to find out the "who, what, why, when & how" behind the "snuff club murders" ( the "crimes de jour" of this book) and whether justice is ever meted out, you have to buy the author's next book, or more likely books. I was aware when I bought this book that it was part of a series (3rd " installment" I think) of books about prosecutor C.J. Townsend and Detective Manny Alvarez. Not having read any of the earlier books, I was a little hesitant about "jumping into this one", but actually found that the author did a pretty good job of providing "historical details" about these two characters as well as the other "characters central to the series" - much like Jonathan Kellerman does in his Alex Delaware series. What I didn't realize, however, and don't know whether it's typical of the author's earlier works, is that (unlike the Kellerman books I've read), the "snuff club" crime wasn't going to be solved by the end of the book. 400+ pages of engaging characters - a complicated, interesting plot weaving events from the past into the present (criminal investigation) - ended for me with a big THUD. I actually started suspecting when I was somewhere between 85-90% into the book that I was going to be "cheated" of an ending - there were "too many balls still in the air" - and my "investment" in the book quickly turned to disgust (though I did read it to the very end). It is one thing if an author/book description makes it clear that a book's storyline (and not just its characters) is being presented on a "to be continued basis". This was not the case here. I will not be reading anymore works of this author.

  • This is my first time reading this author and I read the first two books in this trilogy and enjoyed them both. Then I get to book three "The Cutting Room' and for half the book I was disappointed on how slow the book was moving and I wondered where is CJ. At the halfway point CJ reappears and from that point on it took off and I began enjoying it. Until the end of the book. The ending leaves you wondering even though its a trilogy is there a fourth book on the horizon or is this the end of the CJ Townsend series. If it is then the ending is disappointing because it leaves you hanging. So because of the ending I can only give it 3 stars. Now I would recommend this series to read because over all it was pretty good.

  • The continuation of the saga of CJ Townsend was darker and grimmer than the prior books. Much of the focus was on Detective Alvarez which was an interesting twist...and ultimately sad. This is not a feel good story even though CJ comes out healthier and you begin to see some peace in her future. I will continue the series, but going to read something more uplifting first.

  • I hope this is NOT the final book in this series!! I feel like there is a 4th book waiting to come out.: CJ is ready to take on the snuff club members! If this book is it, then I am very disappointed. There is so much more to cover!
    The relationship between Daria and Manny was realistic but I never saw the tragedy coming! That was a shocker! I was happy that Dominick and CJ got back together but very disappointed that the author did not write about the end of Bill. We waited thru all those books and then nothing was described about what happened to him other than he was a goner. I felt cheated!! I would hope there would be some mention of that in another book!

    This book was more of a summation of the previous books but this one still left us hanging! Therefore, I could not give it 5 stars.

  • I liked the two previous books I'd read by this author and I didn't really dislike this one either. Ms. Hoffman is very descriptive in her writing, but this story moved a little too slow for my taste. Since I had already read the 1st two books in this trilogy I was anxious to finish it off w/this one. I must say that the last 75 pages or so were very compelling & made it hard to put the book down, but getting there was somewhat laborious. Having said that, the characters were well developed and I was definitely invested in their lives. For me it was good but I would suggest reading the 1st two books before starting this one.

  • I liked the two previous C.J. Townsend books but this one not so much. If you haven't read the first two you will be lost. It is not a stand alone novel. Even though I did read the first two I still don't care for this book. It jumps around to different scenes without adequate explanation and in my opinion the author is just re-writing the first two books into this one. And maybe it's just me, but I found it somewhat confusing as to the timelines--when the scenes changed it took me a few pages sometimes to get oriented again. And I found it a real stretch to think that a public prosecutor could just up and change identities several times and nobody would know---like her employers??? I don't think so. I guess I wanted something more plausible in this book and it just wasn't there.

  • If you haven't yet read Retribution (1) and Last Witness (2) wait on reading Cutting Room. I recommend this series and finished all three in a matter of days. I am not going to dissect the plot as other reviewers and the book jacket cover the storyline. The characters are well developed and the scenes well written but not over exaggerated. The legalese is accurate and explained so the lay person reader doesn't miss anything due to lack of knowledge of police/courtroom procedure. I sincerely hope that Hoffman writes at least one more Townsend book as the opportunity was left in the closing of this book and this reader is invested in the characters and needs to know how they moved forward and justice found for Daria and Manny.

  • Trigger Warnings for abuse survivors 3.5 Stars, compelling with a sad ending. Easy to follow, sometimes difficult to read due to emotional and graphic content. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Interesting, informative and real life dialogue.

    Not all questions are answered. Murders are not solved.

    No desire to re-read this story. I am interested in other works by this author.