frankly twisted: the lost Files
"the detectives are trapped in a blind alley And it's one of their own leading them astray..."
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This book is an excellent reminder that we cannot forget to continue to fight for justice in our own towns. - Urban Literary Agency
"frankly TWISTED": the lost files reads as a sort of crime-show screen play, it's episodic, fast-paced and I think it works well in this format.
Kelly Dwyer of Shy Girl Reviews
"frankly TWISTED": the lost files is one of the best new literature masterpieces readers will read this summer.
- Danielle Urban of Universal Creativity Inc.
If you have read Tales of the 23rd Precinct and enjoyed it, frankly TWISTED wraps up things nicely (which is why I’m intrigued as to what could happen in the next book), and is an interesting novel. Overall, this book is a solid 3.5 stars.
- Analee S. of Book Snacks Blog
Kevin Eleven's writing is totally well-suited for this style of literature, I'm going to give frankly TWISTED: the lost files 3.5 stars out of 5 for keeping me intrigued from start to finish and having a genuinely gripping story within it.
- Amanda O'Hara of The Darling Bookworm
My first thought when reading this book is how much it feels like a TV series. The chapters are episodes and the cases within them are solved by the time the imagined credits role. Similarly, throughout every episode there are hints of something bigger that builds and builds until we get to the season finale.
- Claudia F. Vogt of Bernie & Books
frankly TWISTED is not the latest Nancy Drew, yet, it's coming scarily close. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for easy reading, or just to simply gain pleasure from a book.
- Lydia Wilkins of Mademoiselle Books
The most interesting aspect about this novel is its characters and their relationships. The author is able to maintain relationships and character development throughout the plot, so that it isn't only focused on the action; there's a human element too. Another interesting effect of the use of characters is their different perspectives.
- Pepe Silvia of Blog Lovin' Books
I loved Deb Lane’s character being thrown in the mix, a very valiant female protagonist. Her character and how badass she can be surely appealed to me. Books definitely needs more of this.
- Eunice Moral of Nerdy Talks Book Blog