Lost Hills PDF µ Kindle Edition

Lost Hills PDF µ Kindle Edition A detective’s brutal first case could make or break her career in an exhilarating thriller byNew York Times bestselling author Lee Goldberg A video of Deputy Eve Ronin’s offduty arrest of an abusive movie star goes viral, turning her into a popular hero at a time when the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is plagued by scandal The sheriff, desperate for positive press, makes Eve the youngest female homicide detective in the department’s historyNow Eve, with a lot to learn and resented by her colleagues, has to justify her new badge Her chance comes when she and her burnedout, soontoretire partner are called to the bloodsplattered home of a missing single mother and her two kids The horrific carnage screams multiple murder—but there are no corpsesEve has to rely on her instincts and tenacity to find the bodies and capture the vicious killer, all while battling her own insecurities and mounting pressure from the media, her bosses, and the bereaved family It’s a deadly ordeal that will either prove her skills…or totally destroy her

10 thoughts on “Lost Hills (Eve Ronin #1)

  1. Julie ( On semi-hiatus until September) Julie ( On semi-hiatus until September) says:

    Lost Hills by Lee Goldberg is a 2020 Thomas & Mercer publication.

    This new series is off to an impressive start!

    Eve Ronin has leveraged the viral YouTube video of her off duty arrest of a famous Hollywood actor into a promotion to robbery/homicid

  2. Liz Liz says:

    So often, the protagonist in a police procedural is a grizzled old detective, who has been solving crimes for a coon’s age. Here, we have Eve Ronin, a newbie to the Homicide department. Plucked from the ranks after a viral video of her off duty arrest of an abusive movie sta

  3. Abby Abby says:

    [I'm not writing summaries despite the convention--you can read those on the book description.]

    This book is for when you've finished your entire set of Michael Connelly books, and you really want to read something similar but aren't sure if you can take one more lick of Harry Bo

  4. Dave Dave says:

    In a world where everybody and their great aunt thinks they can write a police procedural, it's Lee Goldberg who shows us how it's done. Set in Calabasas and Topanga, just west of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, the first book in the Eve Ronin series is a fastreading, hard-to-put-down page-turner

  5. Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader says:

    I’m so excited to share this shiny, new mystery thriller series from Lee Goldberg! My first book from him, and now I know why he’s a bestseller!

    Lost Hills is the first installment in the Eve Ronin series. Eve becomes a high profile cop when she arrests an abusive movie star, and in turn, t

  6. Matt Matt says:

    I was eager to get my hands on this latest novel by Lee Goldberg, hoping that it would be as exciting and full of twists as some of his other work. I was not disappointed with this crime thriller that kept me guessing as the story progressed. Eve Ronin had her fifteen minutes of fame when she took down a criminal

  7. Andrew Smith Andrew Smith says:

    I was attracted to this book by the promise of ‘the real world grit and glitz of LA County crime’ and ‘this book takes no prisoners’. Yeah, sounds right up my alley! I hadn’t come across Lee Goldberg before but a quick bit of research told me that he is the author of more than half a dozen series as well as havi

  8. Sheila Beaumont Sheila Beaumont says:

    I loved this book! I love Lee Goldberg's Monk books too, but I do think this is the best thing he has written. Homicide detective Eve Ronin is a brilliant, amazing protagonist, the supporting characters are very well portrayed, the pace is fast, the writing is excellent, the Calabasas area in the throes of Santa Ana winds and wil

  9. Tinichix (nicole) Tinichix (nicole) says:

    This was a good solid read. I choose to do this on audio and it was a shorter one but did not lack substance. The narrator was good and I enjoyed the story. I enjoyed the protagonist, sometimes with this genre I feel like it’s harder to connect with the characters but I thought this had more substance than most in that area. It wasn’

  10. The Cats’ Mother The Cats’ Mother says:

    I’ve read and adored this author’s two Ian Ludlow thrillers, and happily have an ARC of the third up soon. While those are clever and funny spoofs of the action genre, this was a more traditional straight police procedural that reads like an homage to the Harry Bosch series - he is even mentioned so I’m not imagining it! It’s an exciting

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