Ties That Bind by Carolyn Arnold

Ties That Bind

By Carolyn Arnold

  • Release Date: 2011-05-25
  • Genre: Police Procedural
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 368 Ratings
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Description

“Madison Knight is a tough, sassy, and intelligent detective. She is a straight shooter and takes no crap.”
–My Blissful Books

The hunt for a serial killer begins…

Detective Madison Knight concluded the case of a strangled woman an isolated incident. But when another woman’s body is found in a park killed with the same brand of neckties, she realizes they’re dealing with something more serious.

Despite mounting pressure from the sergeant and the chief to close the case even if it means putting an innocent man behind bars, and a partner who is more interested in saving his marriage than stopping a potential serial killer, Madison may have to go it alone if the murderer is going to be stopped.

Reviews

  • Ties That Bind

    5
    By Dingaling365
    The title holds true to the story line. The author kept you in suspense and guessing who dunnit to the very end. Loved it.
  • Arrest the Right Guy

    5
    By J0J0s4X4
    Good plot, flows well and hard to put down - it keeps you captivated to the twist ending. The story line involves identical twins ... one good and one evil.
  • Ties that bind

    5
    By Teddy451
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Madison Knight is such a real character as are the other people in this story. Looking forward to read the next book in the series.
  • So-So

    3
    By Issy's MomMom
    As an avid reader, and have read Ms. Arnold's works before, but this novel is quite confusing. A little wordy, and not much in the way of clues to keep me guessing or that interested. I find myself rereading passages as the way it's written, it's hard to tell who said what. The story was interesting, and I only kept reading to find out whodunnit. As a woman, I cannot simply cannot stand how the main character hits, pinches and punches her partner simply because she's a woman and he's not. For a character who is supposed to be a "woman's libber" to be physical against anyone is horrible, but to justify actions because she's a woman sets equal rights back.
  • Great, realistic read!

    5
    By KelsMarie89
    Struggled to put this one down actually, and I'm normally a love story, fifty shades kind of girl. So glad to have found this author. Love how easily the stories unfold. Highly recommend! (& I'm not one to leave reviews like...ever LOL)
  • Ties that Bind

    2
    By Crackeddishb
    Didn't find it worth my time.
  • Wonderful read!

    5
    By Tootoocute
    Very believable main characters; twisted solution; well written dialogue and story. Good stuff!
  • Ties That Bind

    4
    By Tenderloin56
    Easy to read, not too much suspense, good twist.
  • Great characters, great read!

    5
    By Emkb2011
    I think this book is very good, once I started it was hard to put down. Characters are interesting, smart & easy to relate to. Keeps you on your toes to the end, well written.
  • Ties That Bind

    4
    By Vigilant Reader
    Ties That Bind Carolyn Arnold Mystery, Detective, Police Procedural 79,900 Words Rating 4.0 our of 5.0 posted 12/9/15 When a murder victim is found with a tie wrapped around her neck it's filed as an isolated incident. But when a second victim is found murdered with the same brand of tie Detective Madison Knight strongly suspects a serial killer is at work and anticipate more murders. The relationship between Madison and her junior partner Terry added mostly good natured conflict. The two of them sparred constantly and provided an internal story besides the murders. It didn't take many appearances by her Sergeant and the Police Chief to form the same low opinion of the men that Madison had developed. The characters are interesting and well defined. Madison is shown to be a single workaholic with a passive aggressive personality. She constantly thinks of what she coulda, shoulda, woulda done. Editing is okay except for minor occasional issues, and the plot held my attention. I recommend this story. On the negative side, there is far too much telling in narrative instead of using dialog to carry the story and inform the reader. In addition, the writing is wordy. I cringed when Layton rented a car under a phony name he'd just made up. He couldn't have had a credit card in that name, and I know from experience I can't rent a car without one. That should have been researched and caught. This story is rated 4.0 This is a review of a free book. Vigilant Reader Book Reviews.

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