[PDF] The St Paul Conspiracy BY Roger Stelljes
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honest review Just OKLet me start by saying this didn t have review Just OKLet me start by saying this didn t have be 340 pages It was *SO REPETITIVE IT WAS RIDICULOUS IN *repetitive it
was ridiculous In matter of 3 or 4 pages he repeated ridiculous In matter of 3 or 4 pages he repeated times what vidence they had against the senator If they d been talking to some that was mentally challenged I might be able to see it but they were talking to THE senator someone fairly intelligent And they all ate and drank a whole lot That was unnecessary describing Buried everything they ate fromvery restaurant they went to and what they drank at very bar and pizza at home and what they wanted on it Really Who cares It causes skimming and that s always a bad thing This author must really be from the Twin Cities or he has a great map There were so many routes with very street name they took when following the suspect Could have been a good murdersuspense if there hadn t been so much unnecessary BS It was based on finding a serial killer at the same time looking for whoever killed a popular investigative reporter Actually there were a few killings that were ventually intertwined And actually I don t ver remember one cop with a gun in his hand or a gun ven mentioned until about 95% of the book Not a shoot um up at all It was a decent book but there was too much skimming for me too much filler I can t see myself reading any from this authorThere was a very slight romance in this but no sex whatsoever a fade to black at about 39% but nothing maybe a kiss or two There was swearing and the F bomb was used 52 times As to the narrator One reviewer said this reader doesn t seem to create interest Monotone And that s xactly right He does great voices mostly xcept Riley s voice was horrible but Johnny Peppers is so boring when he reads No motion whatsoever He didn t laugh whisper and there are times when you HAVE to whisper or the book just sounds really stupid yell grumble mutter NOTHING WTH kind of narrator is that And how did he ver get 4 and 5 star reviews I would have to pass on this narrator in the future This was a good conspiracy novel by an MN writer so it was fun to visualize all of the places in MN as I was reading it It was his first book and he is working on the 2nd book now which features some of the same characters My book club met him and he is a really down to arth guy REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK JUNE 16 2017Narrator Johnny PeppersThe Narration I had put off listening to this I bought it because I didn t like Johnny Peppers but hoped I d be able to tolerate him in time Luckily now 2 years after I bought the audiobook I was able to tweak his voice using Audacity and the slight change just deepening the pitch was sufficient for me to tolerate his voice Expression wise I agree with Trisha R s review Peppers is motionless much of the timeThe Story This was close to 5 stars for me It did start off a bit lame because I wasn t at all impressed with the police investigation and McRyan. Old fourth generation St Paul Homicide Detective Mac McRyan thought his day was going to be less stressful The day would involve paper work coffee and maybe ven an A Certain Justice (Adam Dalgliesh, early trip to the pub Then his cell phone rings A body has been found in a highnd condominium between Summit and Grand Avenues; and it's not. .
Excellent bookWell written The pace of the book is great
No wasted side story lines that don t pertain to the main plot This was the debut ffort by Stelljeswasted side story lines that don t pertain to the main plot This was the debut ffort by Stelljes I could tell I don t know who Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies edited this book before publication but there were several grammar and spellingrrors I noticed on casual reading And those rrors are like roaches if my unobservant self noticed a few you just know that there were a million hiding in the walls of that bookMy main issue with the book is the fact that Stelljes *Violates The Rule Of *the rule of don t tell with constant omniscient descriptions of what characters were thinking Actually Stellje did a lot of both too much showing and too much telling More show and tell in the few hours spent reading this book than a whole year of primary school I also hated the introductory background given for ach character as they appeared in the book it really slogged the pace and felt like The Power Of A Choice expository writing I laughed out loud when I got to this line on page 157 The reading was tedious Yep I hate chapter titles that arexcerpted sentences from the chapter Don t do thatThe plot itself was fairly cliche and about as predictable as an atomic clock I don t understand why the novel was constructed so that we knew right away that a Senator was innocent and a black ops group was behind it okay a killer with the code name Viper Really Is this GI Joe or like a book for adults It would have been better to leave that open to have the reader believe what the police believed at first and allow you know some mystery into a detective novel Also I find it really hard to believe that homicide detectives wouldn t uestion the fact that a victim of a serial killer didn t fit the profile of other victims And no one really seemed upset or ven curious when a suspect was clearly assassinated while in police custody Assassinated with a sniper rifleI njoyed the the familiar setting of St Paul and the restaurants cafes and bars with altered names It was fun figuring out what is what Mardi Gras on Grand must be Dixie sand so onAnyway I did finish the book which says something I ll give this guy another chance with the hope that his chops improve with practice I have read serial novels by really good authors that were one off clunkers so maybe Eh Debut police detective novel but the clues seemed to fly out of the dialogue or copious inner thoughts leaving the nding only halfway surprising Might spark interest to those who live in St Paul Minnesota as it s confined uite narrowly there A
great proceduralMcRyan is a St Paul Detective He and his partner are called in when a local television reporter isproceduralMcRyan is a St Paul Detective He and his partner are called in when a local television reporter is murdered At the same time his co workers are looking for a serial killer The investigations lead to murders one that appears to be a suicide treasonous activities and ultimately the vidence leads to a group of former The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right espionage agents It is well written and will grab the reader s interest All in all a great pr. Claire Daniels was stunningly attractive blonde hair blueyes and a curvaceous body she worked on relentlessly Claire was the desire of very man in town As the Twin Cities' most prominent political and investigative reporter she reported the news now she was the news Murder Greed Treason Thirty two year.
READ Î MAPLELEAF-TECHNOLOGIES.CO.UK ´ Roger StelljesS belief they had nough Monsieur Pain evidence to charge the senator for the murder of Daniels I obviously did not agree based on myxperience as a police procedural fan of course not as a criminal lawyer so I did get a tad annoyed with the cops and wondered if they were going to be so
dumb and annoying throughout the bookThere was a fair bit of repetition as in McRyan telling himself several timesand annoying throughout the bookThere was a fair bit of repetition as in McRyan telling himself several times something wasn t right that he was missing something and I was thinking yeah a good ditor and a good narratorBut that said I still njoyed this book very much I found it a great mix of police investigation ven if McRyan isn t all that smart and action Without giving away too much what appears to be a serial killer at work turns out to be complex I liked thatReally wish the audio producers had chosen a different narrator because Peppers narrates the ntire series and I bought all 5 books 325 stars Detective Mike Mac McRyan leads a team investigating serial murder in St Paul Minnesota McRyan is a young third generation coplawyer who carries the book by the strength of his personality leadership and investigative prowess I liked this book mainly because I liked McRyan and his friends They work hard trying to catch a serial killer by day and drink beer and chase women in a cop bar at night Work hardplay hard works for me or I should say it used to Anyway the guys soon realize one of the victims did not fit the serial killer profile and the investigation xpands xponentially leading to a conspiracy involving a a beautiful news reporter a US Senator the CFO of a major corporation and a special operations type working in the shadows McRyan reminded me of John Sanford s Lucas Davenport in a variety of ways both Minnesotans college hockey players sharp senses of humor non political tough smart and determined I can see them both discussing a difficult case over a *Few Cold Ones At *cold ones at s family pub in St PaulEd The St Paul Conspiracy is the second book I have read in Roger Stelljes McRyan Mystery Series In The St Paul Conspiracy the readers will follow a rollercoaster ride with Detective Michael McKenzie McRyan while he is involved in two investigations Readers of St Paul Conspiracy will also follow the blossoming romance between Detective Michael McKenzie McRyan and Assistant District Attorney Sally Kennedy Also the readers will be shocked with the conclusion of this book Readers of St Paul Conspiracy will learn about the told on law nforcement officers when an investigation is not going to well Reading St Paul Conspiracy I learn about what Pubs did in The USA to bypass the Prohibition Laws I am so pleased that I found the McRyan Mystery Series by Roger Stelljes The way Roger Stelljes portrays his main character Detective Michael McKenzie McRyan so the readers can relate to him Also the other characters are believable this allows the readers of St Paul Conspiracy to become involved with the story I recommend this boo. Just anyone With the Daniels brutal murder on top of the latest serial killer attack the political and media pressure on the police department only builds and places Mac in the middle of a dangerous and high stakes murder investigation that will ultimately have national political and security implications. .