Shattered Mirror (Eve Duncan, #23) by Iris Johansen

Shattered Mirror (Eve Duncan, #23)

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a new explosive thriller featuring forensic sculptor Eve Duncan.Iris Johansen returns with a thrilling novel of action and danger where fan favorite Eve Duncan is thrown once more into a deadly game of intrigue. It begins when Eve receives a package containing a skull—and instructions for Eve to do her work reconstructing it. When she does, a beautiful woman’s face emerges. But when Eve is i...

Details Shattered Mirror (Eve Duncan, #23)

TitleShattered Mirror (Eve Duncan, #23)
Release DateApr 24th, 2018
PublisherSt. Martin's Press
GenreThriller, Mystery, Suspense, Fiction

Reviews Shattered Mirror (Eve Duncan, #23)

  • Kat Valentine
    What fabulous read!!! No one writers a thriller as well as johansen,I don't know how she keeps writing such characters and storylines that have you sitting on the edge of your seat,but she does!! Every new book that comes out just keeps getting better and better. This is a eve ducan novel and not only do we have some of my most favorite characters,but new ones from cara's mysterious school mate who's more then she seems to the sick as shit villia...
  • Tim
    This did nothing for me.
  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    First, I want to say that I had some trepidation about reading this book. I do find this series wonderful, but the last book just didn't do much for me. So, I really wanted to like this book, but I was worried that I would be disappointed again. Thankfully, this book worked better for, although it's still far away from the best ones I read in this series. At least Eve Duncan has a more prominent role to play in this book than in the last. I do li...
  • Monica Mac
    As usual, Iris Johansen does a fantastic job with the characters in this book, Eve Duncan and her family (both blood and adopted). I have read every book in the series and not one of them has disappointed me yet!Cara is the main character in this particular book, a talented violinist who featured in an earlier book (this book reads well as a standalone though). Cara is growing up, and that starts to make waves for people around her, as well as fo...
  • Rebecca
    I accidentally discovered this series several years while reading its spinoff, Kendra Michaels. I've always been partial to Kendra, but find myself jumping in and out of this series from time to time, as I've come to admire Eve and Joe. Shattered Mirror is easily one of my favorites of this series, and I can't wait to read the next installment of Eve Duncan.This series is reader friendly and Johansen makes it easy if you missed a few installments...
  • Cheryl
    I couldn’t finish this book I kept falling asleep when I was reading it
  • Creeker868
    This series is starting to get repetitive to me. Eve gets another skull, she reconstructs it and identifies whose skull it is. Someone is looking for payback for an imagined slight. Characters include Eve, Eves's son Michael, Eve's husband Joe, Cara a violin virtuoso who is now a member of Eve's extended family, Cara's roommate Darcy, Cara's grandfather and Russian criminal Kaskov, and Jock.
  • Kathy Martin
    This story begins with a burnt skull with a bullet hole wrapped in a nice package with and including a two-sided mirror being left on Eve Duncan's front porch. Because her fey and precocious six-year-old Michael encourages her to restore the skull so that the victim can find her way home, Eve begins something that will lead to incredible danger.Then the story switches to Cara at school with her new roommate former child star Darcy Nichols. Cara i...
  • Carla Johnson-Hicks
    In this 23rd novel in the Eve Duncan series, we meet new characters and see new and different situations, including some special weapons. Once again the story begins with a skull that Eve reconstructs. Michael, her six year old son, calls it Sylvie. Cara, Eve and Joe's ward is in New York at the Carnegie School boarding with Darcy, a child actress who is now a beautiful woman who is training to be a singer. Jock Gavin, Cara's BFF and soulmate is ...
  • Marika Charalambous
    Another great addition to the Eve Duncan series. This latest book focuses on Eve and her close family once again. When Eve gets a burned skull in a box, she knows that she has to give this skull a real face, especially when Michael, her son, insists on it as well.What she doesn't know is that the skull is the beginning of a new set of troubles for Eve and her family. I liked that in this book, Cara's Russian Mafia grandfather gets to feature quit...
  • Up All Night With Books
    ***ARC received in exchange for an honest review***New York Times bestselling author, Iris Johansen, does it again in Shattered Mirror, Eve Duncan #23. WOW what a ride this one was. Right from the start you are off and running in this fiction thriller mystery. It gave me chills thinking someone is out there watching in the woods. Eve is thrown back into the mix of things when a skull is left in a pretty package for her. But once she completes the...
  • Sandra
    Oops, ran out of time on this library book. I guess if it held my attention, that would not have happened... DNF
  • Elaine Tomasso
    I would like to thank Netgalley and St Martin's Press for an advance copy of Shattered Mirror, the twenty third novel to feature forensic artist Eve Duncan and her family.Eve is at home in Atlanta when a gift wrapped parcel is left in her husband Joe's truck. When they open it they find a charred skull partially destroyed by a bullet. Eve, urged on by her six year old son, Michael, feels compelled to reconstruct it but is absolutely astonished wh...
  • Donna Hines
    Iris Johansen truly knows how to up the anty and take no prisoners and this is proof the magic is still with her in Shattered Mirror.The mirror of course is very significant to the story and Eve knows that reconstruction is more than just piecing back together a body.Ok, but still I would shite if I found a skull (just sayin') girl must have nerves of steel.Action galore with suspense around every corner this is sure to attract the most hardened ...
  • Jeanie
    In the end, everyone has to face their own angels or demons. Some would call Eve Duncan a skull collector. She brings new life into what has been destroyed. A forensic sculptor, she has a gift a connection to those that had a terrible ending. It is her desire to bring them back home. When a delivery is left at her door, she knows that there is connection. A deadly connection.The mysterious skull is of a woman with a bullet. Who was she? Why was s...
  • Cami
    I was lucky enough to receive and ARC copy thanks to Goodreads and St. Martin’s Press. Thank you! This is #23 of the Eve Duncan Series and THIS is how you write a book #23. (Janet Evonovich should take note…although I don’t care if she does, after reading her last Stephanie Plum book, her writing is dead to me now.) I really like these books. I love how not all the characters are in each book, but are usually mentioned. Iris weaves a great ...
  • Carole
    Thank you to St. Martin's Press and NetGalley for an advance e-copy of Shattered Mirror by Iris Johansen in exchange for an honest review. This novel is 23rd in the series with Eve Duncan, forensic sculptor. Because this was my first in this series, I felt that I was missing necessary information from the previous books and I had trouble catching up. This is not a standalone novel. The story starts with a suspenseful delivery of an unknown skull ...
  • Donna
    Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan's son Michael is 6 years old now, a special child with unusual abilities. He realizes a darkness is outside when someone leaves a package with a skull in it for reconstruction. As Eve reconstructs the face, her adopted daughter Cara comes home from college with her roommate Darcy. Cara was attacked in her dorm apartment and the family rallies at their lake house to fight the threat. Joining forces with a Russian mafia...
  • Jamie
    Iris Johansen is one of my favorite authors and Shattered Mirror is now on the top of my list of books by her that I loved reading. Eve Duncan receives a mysterious box on her front step that has a shattered mirror in it. Under the shattered mirror is a skull that has a bullet wound and was the victim of a fire. As Eve works on her reconstruction, the mystery begins to unravel, family and friends (Cara and Darcy) become involved and the plot twis...
  • Bridgett Brown
    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway.When a box containing a human skull is left in the passenger seat of their truck, Eve realizes that someone is trying to send a message. Cara and Darcy are roommates at a famous performing arts school. They both have their inner secrets, but have become as close as sisters. But what they don't know is a serial killer may have them in his sights.
  • Patsygermany
    Love this series but I must have several books before this one because it had a lot of new people in it, most of them very evil. Much horror, killing and terror for Eve, Joe and their strange child Michael. Good reading.
  • Arlette Mooney
    I generally like this author and I did enjoy this book. The characters are engaging and real and the plot lines provided good suspense. The introduction of new characters set up a promise of future books. I’m not overly fond of the bouts of fantasy that Johansen’ recent stories have take and was glad that while there were some of that in this story, it was much less than prior books.
  • Janis
    Lots of suspense and angst as Eve and most of her family are threatened.
  • Karen Smith
    Tired to force myself to finish the book, was so boring. I was lost.
  • Victoria Hoey
    Um yes please. Possible new favorite author?
  • Samantha
    One of the better Eve Duncan books that I've read, in a long time. Come on, by book 23, I can't be the only one thinking the series was getting a little stale, right? I loved the story line, was engaged, and was thoroughly surprised at the mini time hop this book took (3 years have passed in the storyline since the previous book) Cara is 18 and the sexual tension that was creepy previously, isn't any longer. This book was JUST what I needed to ge...
  • Dawn
    I loved this book! While this is one of my first in this series, it most definitely going to be my next binge read! I am completely hooked!A special family, loving children, fierce friends and mom, this story has it all. Including the villain so easy to hate.What an amazing story! Great characters. It's got it all. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
  • Joyce
    5 starsJoe and his son Michael return home. Joe tells Michael to wait in the pickup while he goes in and speaks to Eve about Michael’s getting beat up again by a school bully. Michael gets out of the pickup and waits on the porch. While there, he senses something in the woods. When the whole family goes outside to investigate the “bear” in the woods, they notice a box on the seat of the pickup. When they look in the box, they notice a broke...
  • Lisa
    Eve is at her cabin when she receives a gift that was left on the front seat of her husband’s van. In true Eve Duncan’s style its a skull that she now has to reconstruct in order to solve the mystery of who left it for her. The identity of the skull is revealed and we now take an action packed journey to catch a killer. If you’re a real fan of the Eve Duncan series you’ll love this book. I enjoyed reading it, however some of the character...
  • Joyce Peak
    The forensic psychologist and brain re-molding individual are at the heart of this story. Her husband and son, a girl they helped raise, and a man who feels his job is to protect everyone, are all the good guys. The creeps are obvious too. Twins are a big part of the story.Not badly written, but the female forensic psychologist is becoming an old story in many books I have read in the last 10 years or so. The family is way too perfect, and I am g...