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Sandra Miller is an author. She's that girl you knew in school who always had a notebook in one hand and a pen in the other, and spent every spare second experimenting with ways to put them together.
Her fiction works have previously appeared in Alienskin Magazine, Long Story Short, and Bewildering Stories.
Her poetry has appeared at Storyhouse, and one of her poems won the Grand Prize in the FictionAddiction 2002 poetry contest.
Her non-fiction articles have appeared in Writer's Journal, Music for the Love of It, Antiques & Collecting Magazine, Writing World, Vision for Writers, and Writer's Forum, a Writer's Digest publication.
She can be found on the web at www.sandra-miller.com
on April 09, 2012 :
I had been looking so forward to reading the second book in this series and was so happy when I did! After reading the 1st book, Concerto, I had been so interested to know more about Chrispen & Alexis Brooks and their lives. This book was perfect! It had mystery, intrigue, action and love … what more could a girl want! I love to see a strong female character that can be afraid or emotional … but when it comes down to it she won’t back down! She’ll stand up and fight and do whatever it takes to save the lives of those she loves! Which Chrispen surely does in this book! Once I started, I finished in a day because it kept me on the edge of my seat wondering “how are they going to get out of THAT!!” It was awesome!
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
on March 28, 2012 :
The Lost Concerto by Sandra Miller is the second book in the Alexis Brooks Series. It follow the same format as the first book with the parts of the book being broken down into concert terminology. I'll skip the plot line as I really can't think of a way to express anything without spoiling book I in the series.
This book had a bit less of the thriller aspect than the first book, it was staged a bit more like an action/espionage book with kidnappings and international settings. I enjoyed this book quite a bit, but there was one major thing that bothered me. It involved a certain character maintaining contract through a cell phone when the easiest thing in the world would have been to monitor it or just take it away. Even with that bothering me a little bit as the story progressed it was still a very entertaining story. There was a bit more resolution of issues discovered in the first book and if there are more books to come in the series I will be sure to check them out as well.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)