In the latest episode of this popular series The Circle of Blood , , etc. Despite the best efforts of everyone in her small Colorado town, Cameryn is determined to be part of solving these interrelated crimes, even though she might be endangering herself. In addition, the attraction she feels for the young Deputy Sheriff promises to blossom into something special, if only she can help stop the murder spree of her former beau. This is page-turning suspense from the opening scene, with enough gory details to attract fans of CSI and other forensic shows.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Cameryn had thought she was in love with him. He was smart, strong, and would do anything for her? Kyle O? Neil disappeared after his first attempt on Cameryn?
Now he is back for his second. And while everyone is determined to keep Cameryn safe, only she knows that it? Alane Ferguson delivers her most gripping Forensic Mystery yet! Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Jan 17, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: advisory The fourth book of the forensic mystery series, The Dying Breath by Alane Ferguson continues with Cameryn and her journey to capturing her ex-boyfriend Kyle who attempts to murder her and those she loves. However, at times, The fourth book of the forensic mystery series, The Dying Breath by Alane Ferguson continues with Cameryn and her journey to capturing her ex-boyfriend Kyle who attempts to murder her and those she loves.
However, at times, I felt that there was too much details spent on appearances instead of spending more time on the details of the autopsy. Ferguson preserves the suspense and the details to keep the readers engaged as well as the turns in the story when Kyle and Cameryn try to influence each other. Ferguson does well in developing the story for the rising action though the climax did not have as much anxiety as I would have liked compared to the third book, Circle of Blood.
Similarly, the ending went fairly quick although it was a good ending and I was not sure if this is the last book of the series or if there is going to be a sequel. View 1 comment. Aug 19, Liz rated it really liked it. The Forensic Mystery series by Alane Ferguson has yet to disappoint me. The latest, The Dying Breath , is no exception. Cameryn, a brilliant teenage girl, has been fascinated with forensics for as long as she can remember.
In the first book she is instrumental in finding a serial killer. In the second book, Kyle, a serial killer just starting his career, finds her. She prefers being called a woman in this book than the previous ones.
She is actually quite petulant for the first few chapters because everyone is after her to be careful. Cameryn admits hers as well, but a romantic relationship that begins when one of the participants is the obsession of a serial killer while the other is charged with protecting the other from said serial killer - is bound to be rocky.
The mysteries are written so you only know what Cameryn knows, ergo if Cameryn is deceived, then the reader is usually deceived. In this way, the romance between Cameryn and Justin is written very well. He is twenty-two and has had to wrestle with his attraction to a seventeen-year-old for months. When it comes down to it though, she is still a teenage girl from a small town who has barely left the county she lives in. Even if she wants to be a woman. The last chapter could be seen as a wrap-up of the series.
If so, Alane Ferguson has done a great job with this series in tying up loose ends. View 2 comments. Feb 08, Nancy rated it it was ok Shelves: What's up with Ferguson and her weird fetish with the phrase "assistant to the coroner"? That's how Cameryn is introduced, in every forensics installment she's written, every time.
Pray tell, what is wrong with simply saying "coroner's assistant"? This is just one of the many weird phrases I've picked up whilst reading. It seems like such a trivial thing, but it really bugged me. It further proved my argument that there was no variation to Ferguson's structure, characterization, or dialogue. Her What's up with Ferguson and her weird fetish with the phrase "assistant to the coroner"? Her sentences are always awkward, or too formal, which isn't fitting for a teenage voice at all.
Cameryn wouldn't make it far to my list of likable characters. Often times, Ferguson tried too hard to make her protagonist feisty. It didn't work. Then, she tried to make me see Cammie as independent and strong-willed, but I walked away with how childish Cameryn really was. She threw random tantrums, blew things way out of proportion, and easily irked me just by beating up on Justin multiple times.
It didn't exactly help that the narration was especially bad. Cameryn might have been a great person, but on paper, she just wasn't that strong. Justin became too overbearing here. His protectiveness of Cameryn was meant to be taken as a sweet gesture, but I was creeped out. He seemed too stalker-ish with the way he was everywhere all the time, and the moments when he seemed to appear out of thin air.
I probably would have liked more if Justin had been less one dimensional; his character, much like Lyric, lacked development and fell flat. Justin, as well as Lyric, could have been amazing characters, but they lacked a storyline. They lacked a rich background that could have further strengthened their characterizations. I mean, it's kind of sad to only be able to refer to Justin as "Cameryn's boyfriend" instead of saying something better like, "Oh yeah, I totally loved Justin!
He was so full of sarcastic comments and charisma! Lyric, either. The case was pretty lame. Ferguson doesn't even throw in the scapegoat anyone - it's like the author has given up on trying to get her readers on the edge of their seats.
The forensics part fell short, too. There was more description about the way the bodies looked than the actual forensics stuff. Again, why do we even call this a forensics mystery anymore if we're just thrown a couple of terms? Maybe someone will call my review a "forensic's review" just because I use words like autopsy and chemicals. View all 3 comments. Oct 25, Reader rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery.
This story picks up where the third book left off and keeps the reader's attention hostage up until the tension-filled end. These pages contain mystery, suspense, romance and a wealth of informa "Forever the sand slips through the glass Love is the thing that eternally lasts We're fresh when we're young We wither with age Live life without borders And write on your page" Out of the four books so far in Alane Ferguson's forensic mystery series geared toward teens, The Dying Breath has been my favorite.
These pages contain mystery, suspense, romance and a wealth of information about science and forensics. If you haven't started reading The Christopher Killer Book 1 , yet, then what are you waiting for? This is one series of engaging books you don't want to miss! The fourth book of the Forensic Mystery series and i hope it is not the last. He leaves his love messages for Cameryn, but he wants to kill her Cameryn's ex-boyfriend.
The Dying Breath by Alane Ferguson
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The Dying Breath
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Moore with his autopsies. She thought everything was going good until he tried to kill her. Cameryn then decided to throw herself into schoolwork and helping Dr. Written in a matter of fact tone The Dying Breath is a good mystery that will keep you guessing, though it may be better for those who have read previous books in the Forensic Mystery series. Reviewer: Rachel for C. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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