Omission

Omission Raising the murdered is a heavy responsibility It s been three years since police Detective Darby Shaw found out she s a superhuman who can revive the murdered In that time she and the Department of

  • Title: Omission
  • Author: Liberty Speidel
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  • Page: 393
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  • Raising the murdered is a heavy responsibility It s been three years since police Detective Darby Shaw found out she s a superhuman who can revive the murdered In that time, she and the Department of SuperHuman Affairs have had a tumultuous relationship But when one of their agents ends up dead in her jurisdiction, Darby must set aside her hate in order to pursue justicRaising the murdered is a heavy responsibility It s been three years since police Detective Darby Shaw found out she s a superhuman who can revive the murdered In that time, she and the Department of SuperHuman Affairs have had a tumultuous relationship But when one of their agents ends up dead in her jurisdiction, Darby must set aside her hate in order to pursue justice, especially with the Department hostile to her and Mark Mark Herman, her partner, is still reeling from the revelation Darby kept secret for two years he s not normal, but neither is he a superhuman Angry, hurt, and confused, he wars with himself is she worth the trouble When new department psychologist and empathic super William Young makes moves on Darby, Mark must face his own jealousy and try not to piss off Darby in the process Equal parts mystery, superhero tale, and romance, OMISSION is sure to keep you up past your bedtime Darby Shaw No Capes Required.

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    About "Liberty Speidel"

    1. Liberty Speidel

      Liberty Speidel has been a voracious reader since reading her first Nancy Drew book But she was telling stories long before then with her figurines from Disney s Rescue Rangers When she s not writing, you may find her gardening, baking, crocheting, or hiking A lifelong Kansan, she now resides in the Kansas City metro area with her husband, children, and chocolate Labrador.

    111 thoughts on “Omission”

    1. The good news: This book is my favorite of all the Darby Shaw books so far. The bad news: I hardly got anything done yesterday, forgot to feed my family, stayed up waaaay too late because I couldn’t put the book down…and was cranky and tired in church this morning.That’s what I call a good story. Omission, Book 4 in The Darby Shaw Chronicles, picks up where the last book left off in the relationship between Darby and her partner, Mark. In the context of murders and attempted murders, drugg [...]


    2. I couldn't wait to get a hold of Omission, and it didn't disappoint! I love how Darby's power and her relationship with Mark get more complex in every book. The mystery of the bizarre murder case and the strange pull of the new man in Darby's life kept me on the edge of my seat, and of course most of all I couldn't wait to see what would happen with Darby and Mark :) I was seriously drawn in to a problematic extent because I had trouble returning to real life. While the ending of this book was v [...]


    3. Book Review: Taking Superpowers to a grave new level!Omission The Darby Shaw Chronicles #4 ByLiberty SpeidelIn this 4th Installment of the Darby Shaw Chronicles, we see how having the power to bring back the murdered is so much more than it seems. Detective Darby Shaw is a superhuman that can not only bring back the murdered, but inflict justice on the perpetrator in the process. With Darby as the conduit, she can only bring the victim back to life if she is also touching the perpetrator. Which [...]


    4. This is a grade for the entire Darby Shaw series, not just this novel.I was disappointed in this series. In some respects the main concept, resuscitating the dead, is similar to Scalzi's The Dispatcher. But, where Scalzi discusses the organization of trained agents and even the potential commercial aspects ( side jobs ), Speidel writes about legal and ethical issues.But, she never really develops those ideas. There are side effects for both the resuscitated victim and the murderer, but are not r [...]


    5. Must have more! Speidel has outdone all her previous books with this one. What an intense and satisfying ride. I get the sense there are endless stories that could be told in this universe, and I'll be happy to read each one.


    6. The latest Darby Shaw adventure, Omission, is the best novel yet in the series. Darby, a superhero who has the power to return to life people who have been murdered. This makes her unique among both normal people and superheroes, which leads to fear, worship, jealousy and scientific curiosity. When an employee at the local office of the super hero regulation bureau turns up dead, it sparks a wider investigation that touches on the past when this organization kidnapped Darby for nefarious purpose [...]


    7. An exceptional new entry in the Darby Shaw Chronicles. In my opinion, this is the author's best book yet. It is guaranteed to keep you turning pages from the beginning through the end. She throws one curveball after another at the heroes in this book and keeps them off balance and struggling right up to the very end.



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