6 edition of Miami Midnight found in the catalog.
December 1999 by eReads.com .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
However, there is also often the sense that new readers might as well not pick up the latest novel for fear of being lost in the convolution of backstory generated by past books. Or will his luck finally run out? Some nights, before sleep, Pete would feel the jolt — the first push from the first shot that entered his body. The dialogue does not read smoothly, often jarring the reader out of his or her immersion in By Midnight. For good this time.
A year has passed since Pete Fernandez's latest, closest brush with death. There is plenty of very good YA fiction out there, some of which includes vampires. I regret to say that this is one of the worst that I have read, for various reasons which I will deal with at length shortly. In conclusion, I found this novel dull and unimaginative, with very few redeeming features. Pulled back into the darkness and chaos he'd desperately tried to avoid, Pete finds his life derailed once more as he's forced to investigate a murder that should have never gone cold while dodging assassins' bullets and his own demons. Faster, once he heard the gunshots.
An FBI agent named Dave Sternbergh, sitting in his unmarked car, waiting for word from his partner, Amanda Chopp, to return, had seen a suspicious figure walk into Pete's then-Spring Valley, NY office, following his partner and Pete inside. But then the deaths start, and April realises that she might be in danger as well. Until another victim suggests that the murder of the gangster's son may be connected to the people that nearly ended Pete's life, while revealing an unexpected, dangerous truth about the death of the Miami PI's own mother. It takes forever for the meat of the tale to begin, and then it is just very dull. His back would tighten and his legs would spasm, as if bracing for another.
Snake in the moon
Zoological illustrations, or, Original figures and descriptions of new, rare, or interesting animals, selected chiefly from the classes of ornithology, entomology, and conchology, and arranged according to their apparent affinities.
Madhya Pradesh (TTK discover India series)
People and their monuments in the Upper Clyde Valley
The science and engineering of granulation processes
Struggle for peace unites all people of good will.
Radiology At the University of California San Francisco, 1899 - 2003
G. Dwyer, K.W.
To Make a Nation
Memories of Santa Rita
Radicalism against war, 1906-1914
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Their employees were not expected to be friendly. An old-fashioned knight errant, Pete slogs and slugs his way forward until the last bullets have been sprayed.
Can Pete make peace with his complicated, haunted past to save himself and those he loves? From one of the very best crime writers working today, Alex Segura crafts an epic novel of mystery, humanity, and suspense while bringing to a stunning conclusion the acclaimed series that reinvented the private eye novel for a new generation.
Fans of pulp detective fiction of an earlier era will appreciate this one. He was retired. She teetered wildly on the makeshift runway that spanned the lily pond, then fell into the water with a resounding splash. The further Pete digs into this present-day case, the closer he gets to solving the long-standing mystery involving his mother, his own past, and just possibly his future as well.
Or will his luck finally run out? So when an aging Cuban mobster asks Pete to find out who killed his drug-addicted, jazz pianist son and to locate his missing daughter-in-law, Pete balks.
He lives in New York with his wife. However, these facets of the novel are not enough to make it a compelling read. Please try something else rather than spend any time on By Midnight. An FBI agent named Dave Sternbergh, sitting in his unmarked car, waiting for word from his partner, Amanda Chopp, to return, had seen a suspicious figure walk into Pete's then-Spring Valley, NY office, following his partner and Pete inside.
A dark and absorbing read from Miami native Segura, this fifth novel in an acclaimed series appears to be the finale. But fans will root for Pete’s return, not yet ready to part with the engaging sleuth or the compellingly evoked setting.
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Alex Segura is a novelist and comic book writer. He is the author of four previous novels in his acclaimed Pete Fernandez series: Silent City, Down The Darkest Street, Dangerous Ends (which was nominated for the Anthony Award), and Blackout.
Aug 12, · Miami Midnight by Alex Segura is the fifth and final entry in the Miami-based Pete Fernandez series, where the recently retired private investigator is drawn back into detective work by his most personal case.
Pete Fernandez is back from the dead. Aug 13, · Read "Miami Midnight" by Alex Segura available from Rakuten Kobo. THE THRILLING FINAL CHAPTER IN ALEX SEGURA’S ACCLAIMED PETE FERNANDEZ SERIES!
A year has passed since Pete Fernandez’s l 5/5.