Irreparable Harm - Melissa F. Miller

Irreparable Harm

By Melissa F. Miller

  • Release Date: 2012-09-03
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Irreparable Harm book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 3,373 Ratings)

Irreparable Harm Melissa F. Miller Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Skillful plotting, surprising twists, and a brisk pace keep readers turning the pages in this gripping debut from a USA Today bestselling author, the first entry in a long-running series. Downloaded by more than one million readers! Attorney Sasha McCandless has one ambition: Make partner at the best firm in town. Then a plum assignment plunges her into a world of deceit and danger. When a commercial flight crashes, killing everyone on board, she's tapped to defend the airline. It's her big chance—high-stakes litigation for an important client. But, as she digs into the evidence, people close to the case start to die. She discovers the crash was intentional, part of a breathtakingly evil plan. Unsure if she can trust her colleagues with the horrifying truth, she teams up with a federal air marshal, and they race to prevent another airline disaster. Soon, Sasha finds herself with a brand-new life goal: Stop a madman before he kills her.

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User reviews about this book

  • Irreparable Harm

    4
    By voracious reader.
    Ms Miller knows her pronouns!! Not once did I cringe over grammatical errors.
  • Irreparable Harm

    5
    By supermom1019
    Good reading.
  • My kind of book!

    5
    By Say Duck
    I couldn’t put the book down! I love the characters and that they acted pretty normal. Even their relationship, Sasha and Leo, grew as it should. (Without all the lust from first glimpse and believing it’s love . . . ) And I homeschooled my four kids, too, so I like you even more!
  • Irreptuable harm

    5
    By Brownstormer
    Great read
  • Irreparable Harm

    5
    By cg342
    This was a very good book, lots of excitement and danger. It held my interest to the end.
  • Great read

    5
    By t0pgun
    When I started the book and realized is a legal thriller, I almost put it down. Fortunately, I had nothing very interesting to read. Within half an hour, I was hooked. A truly excellent book.
  • Refreshing & thrilling

    5
    By Amigee
    Away from mystery "serial killer" books and finally a very well written mystery thriller of another nature. iBooks not so great at distinguishing. I had taken a break for about 10 months from reading, because I couldn't find anything different enough to get past page 20... Until now. Just finished reading and have downloaded book 2.
  • Bit of a stretch

    3
    By Tom Walker in PA
    Interesting trivia about Pittsburgh area but a plot about bringing down an airplane and then not alerting FAA and others just not plausible.
  • Loved it

    5
    By Issy's MomMom
    Not my usual type of novel, I usually read mysteries but am usually bored with lawyers and court. However, I am hooked on the authors writing style and characters. Will definitely purchase more by this author.
  • Smart, hardworking, and capable!

    5
    By jj goatgirl
    I really enjoyed this trilogy. Sasha is smart, fights hard, and works even harder. I really appreciated how Leo didn’t step in and protect her physically when he saw she could handle herself. He stepped in and cared for her in ways that filled the gaps in her life both personally and in their work together to solve the mystery. They each appreciate the others strengths and complement them. And it’s really not even a romance it’s a solid mystery to solve and work to be done in and out of the courts and offices. While I’m not sure the source of risk is plausible everything else that dovetails in works brilliantly. I want to buy these in print and read them again!

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