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Mystery
  • Author:
    Nancy McKeon,Faye Kellerman
  • ISBN:
    1586215116
  • ISBN13:
    978-1586215118
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  • Publisher:
    Hachette Audio; Abridged edition (August 1, 2003)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    1677 kb
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    1876 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    508
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Street Dreams by Faye Kellerman is entertaining. How Street Dreams by Faye Kellerman is entertaining. As in Fact of Lifer Nancy McKeon?!" And then the first chapter began and I was already happy with the book because who didn't love Jo Polniaczek?!

Street Dreams by Faye Kellerman is entertaining. If the reader has followed the Decker family from novel to novel, he/she will find stories from their pasts are included in the book, even though they are not part of the ‘crime to be solved’. As in Fact of Lifer Nancy McKeon?!" And then the first chapter began and I was already happy with the book because who didn't love Jo Polniaczek?!

Kellerman's original series about LAPD Detective Peter Decker has given birth to a new generation in which daughter Cindy follows . Decker is fully realized through Nancy McKeon's characterization.

Kellerman's original series about LAPD Detective Peter Decker has given birth to a new generation in which daughter Cindy follows in dad's footsteps. Other characters are strongly individualized, and McKeon's Ethiopian accent, when called upon, is lovely. Yes, it does seem too good to be true, but who cares? It's all deeply satisfying.

Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. New York Times bestselling author Kellerman delivers a riveting collection of 14 crime and mystery short stories-plus four bonus tales-compiled for the first time in one volume.

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Decker is fully realized through Nancy McKeon's characterization.

Street Dreams (Abridged Fiction). Publisher Description. While on routine patrol, LAPD Officer Cindy Decker rescues a newborn abandoned in an alley dumpster. But she can't call it a night until she sees the infant safe in a hospital. Now, the hunt is on for the mother, more than likely a scared, desperate girl in need of medical attention.

Written by Faye Kellerman, Audiobook narrated by Nancy McKeon. Narrated by: Nancy McKeon. Length: 6 hrs and 14 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective.

There was a time when my accomplishments would have been viewed with suspicion. s than I’d care to recount

There was a time when my accomplishments would have been viewed with suspicion. s than I’d care to recount.

This book is definitely a high scorer and one wonders where the author will next take us in her next book, which I am already keen to read!

This book is definitely a high scorer and one wonders where the author will next take us in her next book, which I am already keen to read!

Rescuing a newborn that has been abandoned in a dumpster, LAPD officer Cindy Decker, the wife of detective Peter Decker, begins a search through inner-city Hollywood in search of the baby's mother and uncovers a dangerous drug ring.

Dandr
I am in the process of reading this series in order and found this book to be my favorite so far. Perhaps because the main character is Peter's daughter, Cindy. One of the things I love about this series is that the characters grow and change. Cindy was featured in an earlier book that I didn't particular like. She was immature and impulsive in that book but has grown up quite a lot since. The problems she experienced earlier are addressed in this book as she talks herself through difficult situations and recalls how she acted in the past and what she is doing in the present. She even makes reference to seeing her therapist which makes her character so human and real. I don't want to spoil the story for other readers but in this book, Cindy's life is coming together and the book left me with a smile on my face.

I can't wait to start the next book which is indicative of a good writer - leaving the reader wanting to read more about the characters. Keep them coming Ms. Kellerman!
Burilar
I have read just about all of the Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus books, and I think this is maybe # 15. The only ones I have not read (and there are only perhaps 2 or 3) were because they were not available on Kindle and that is pretty much how I do all my pleasure reading now. I will be reading # 16 soon ! I enjoy the characters, they are well developed. As a bonus, I have learned a lot about traditional Jewish life, as Rina and after they were married, Peter, keep a kosher household, observe Shabbat, send the children to Jewish schools.
kewdiepie
This novel cannot have been written by Faye Kellerman; I feel certain that one of the Kellerman kids wrote this because it is far below standard Kellerman fare in all ways: plot, dialogue (mediocre-to-dreadful most of the time)... and oh dear, the cringeworthy metaphors, yikes. I'm reading all the Decker novels in sequence and most have been excellent. This one is not. The more I read about Cynthia Decker, the less I like her. And I so dislike the dozens -- all through the book! About a hundred times! -- of 'playful punches' the women give their men... Rina hitting Peter Decker, Cynthia hitting her boyfriend Koby... it isn't cute, nor amusing, it is discomfiting, it embarrasses me that the writer thinks it's an amusing habit for the Decker women to hit their men to express 'mock disapproval'. I don't like this novel.
Gio
It is always interesting to find the backstory in earlier Decker/Lazarus books. I appreciate her dedication to her Jewish faith which is necessary to the telling of the story BUT enough of the Hebrew (with definition) already! I will keep on reading her newer books but do not think of reading any more of the earlier ones. I made myself finish this.
Goltikree
As usual in this series there is several running and intertwining stories ongoing. One storyline has to do with the murder of Rina's grandmother back in Germany toward the end Hitler's regime. But the second storyline involves Decker's daughter Cindy who gets involved with finding a baby in a trashcan, along with that she finds a new love interest in a male nurse who is a Ethiopian Jew. All of this leads to a very exciting story. Would highly recommend it.
GYBYXOH
I really enjoyed the story lines and the further developments of the characters I already knew and loved. Hard to put down. Read it in 2 sittings!
Kirizius
I'm a fan of Faye Kellerman (and beginning to be a fan of her husband), and I've read almost all of the Decker/Lazarus series. This is probably my least favorite in the series.

Of course I knew from other reviews that this is more about Decker's daughter, Cindy, than the "traditional" Decker/Lazarus books. I admit it is interesting to see Peter Decker through the eyes of his daughter. However, I'm sorry but Cindy as the main character just doesn't work for me.
You get Yiddish, German, Hebrew, Spanish and Ethiopian in this book.
I have been reading Faye's books since the beginning. This is time it used a character from Ethiopia and it was fun. It is not a language used in too many books. Food is the always a good starting point. I caught a cab one day and the driver was on his cell for a couple of minutes. When he hung up, he apologized for the call but it was to North Africa. He spoke a language that was not arabic or one of the other languages that I'd heard before. He told that he was from Ethiopia and there was a family problem. I told him about the book that I was reading and I read hime the pages where the food was mentioned. He gave me the correct pronunciations and we had a good time discussing food. He also gave me a tip on a good Ethiopian restaurant.
The book is one of my favorites. Actually, this is my third copy. The others had fallen apart from lending and re-reading.