Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann – book cover, description, publication history. Veteran A.J. Gallagher suffers PTSD from the first Gulf War, leading to lost years of homelessness and alcoholism before he pulls his life. When history professor Alison Carter became a consultant to the film version of the Wild West legend she’d dedicated her career to researching, she couldn’t.

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REVIEW: Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann

But again, if this is the worst thing that happens in her books, I’ll still read them. Let’s just say it wasn’t a Troubleshooter’s book.

The ghost character I found mostly annoying. How can that not create humor when the two of them are trying to talk to each other at the same time? This makes book 17 of hers I’ve read, and out of that 17, I’ve really enjoyed 15 of them, one was okay and Izzy’s story, Breaking the Rules was dismal, but this is still pretty good odds!

Make your statement and move on. Then comes the confession of A.

Fiction Book Review: Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann, Ballantine, $ (p) ISBN

The ghost here is trying to right a wrong and the story will keep you turning the pages. Brockmann delves into the issues our vets are dealing with and rather than sensationalize it into a vehicle for the story, it is woven into the very fabric of the story s OMG! Dec 25, Barbara Heintz rated it really liked it. But this book seemed to tout a lot of her own political agenda and liberal views a bit too much Run if you should ever stumble upon a man like A.


But most people don’t give political rants about how it’s okay to be gay in everyday conversation.

REVIEW: Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann | The Good, The Bad and The Unread

They’re created from her imagination. View all 3 comments. Yes, but that still didn’t ruin it for me. In addition to writing books, Suz has co-produced several feature-length indie movies, the rom-com The Perfect Weddingwhich she co-wrote with Ed and Jason, and the upcoming thriller Russian Doll.

This book has a similar feel to Heartthrob and to the Unsung Hero and if you enjoyed those, I think you’ll like this, unless you are allergic to ghosts. Mixed in between A. But when he confronts Alison, sparks fly.

Quite the contrary in fact. What more could a reader ask for? The ghost James had a great back story that was interesting when he was alive, but his incarnation as a ghost who ‘returne 3.

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There were quite a few parts in the beginning and middle when scenes took too long to unfold, or characters were dilly dallying around ‘thinking’ too much about what they should be doing. But even a “bad” book by Suzanne Brockmann is suzqnne good read, so I’m not sorry that I bought it.


The making of yet another movie about the perfect Quinn and the villainous Gallagher brlckmann Jamie b 3. I was simply bored. It may take you a while to get into it, but once you do it becomes a pretty fast read. Did she get on a soapbox a time or two? Wh Infamous by Suzanne Brockman has got characters! It is actually very interesting how Suz tied actual historical accounts from the ghost suzzanne his past love through her diary.

ShellBell on August 27, at 2: Definitely worth the time! I skimmed the majority and read the last couple of chapters and don’ This was the first Suzanne Brockman book I’ve read and will probably be the last. Oh, did I mention that he’s incamous than squirrel shit!?!?!

Book Lists Suzanne Brockmann Infamous. I barely noticed why and brpckmann care. Nor did she expect that a tall stranger in a cowboy hat would turn the movie — and her world — completely upside down. And then there was the endless monotony of A. I say, please don’t cave and start trying to go mainstream PNR. A little bit of this went a long way!

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