The Shattered Door

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When publicist Kathleen Harrison is executed in her suburban home, the obvious suspect is her client and lover George Wynton, a known telepath. Boston attorney Dan Stevens is hired to defend George, but he has no use for telepaths, and so hands the investigative reins to Morrison Investigations.
Fledgling private investigators Darcy and Olivia Morrison reluctantly agree to help Dan with the case. More

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About Lisa Bouchard

I am 9 days older than Star Trek. I thank any and all deities that I have never had to live in a world without Mr. Spock.
I probably spend way too much time watching television. I blame the internet. Seriously, my lack of will power has nothing to do with it. Now that I can wait and watch an entire season of a show at once I get sucked in and don’t come up for air until about 2 in the morning. I think this goes along with my love for long songs, multi-book series, and four hour movies.
My life seems to be a series of crazy ideas, from ‘go to college across the country where you don’t know anyone’ to ‘four kids sounds like a great idea’ to ‘writing novels for a living sounds like a great plan’. My latest crazy idea is to hike the Appalachian Trail all at once with my long-suffering husband. He’s taking it rather well.
I live in southern New Hampshire with my husband and our four children. I am the author of the Morrison Investi-gations series. Please visit me at

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Mandie Mims reviewed on on Jan. 15, 2013

I was disappointed with The Shattered Door by Lisa Bouchard. The book started incredibly slowly and, honestly, did not become entertaining until about half way through. The characters were a bit flat, and some were downright unlikable. The plot had some interesting twists, but by the time they actually happened, I had pretty much given up enjoying this book. I sincerely hope the next book is more engaging than The Shattered Door, because I think the author has a good premise, it just wasn't actualized.
(reviewed 76 days after purchase)
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