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"Awesome is the only word for this author." Amazon reviewer The Las Vegas desert. A once famous pop singer lies dead. The only clue to her murder—a bizarre disfigurement. Only one thing to do. Call in Parker and Steele. To avoid the hassle of a media frenzy, the local police sergeant decides contact his old mentor, Wade Parker, and ask him to consult on the case. After nearly dyi "Awesome is the only word for this author." Amazon reviewer The Las Vegas desert. A once famous pop singer lies dead. The only clue to her murder—a bizarre disfigurement. Only one thing to do. Call in Parker and Steele. To avoid the hassle of a media frenzy, the local police sergeant decides contact his old mentor, Wade Parker, and ask him to consult on the case. After nearly dying eight months ago, Miranda Steele can't wait to get back to real detective work. Nobody deserves to die that way. But this one isn’t so easy. If she can't solve this case, not only will she fail her destiny, another psycho killer might get away with murder. Meanwhile, Parker harbors secret reservations about their new venture together. Especially when he suspects there might be more to this murder than meets the...eye. You’ll love this intriguing mystery full of twists and turns, because it’s the start of many more adventures. Get it now.


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"Awesome is the only word for this author." Amazon reviewer The Las Vegas desert. A once famous pop singer lies dead. The only clue to her murder—a bizarre disfigurement. Only one thing to do. Call in Parker and Steele. To avoid the hassle of a media frenzy, the local police sergeant decides contact his old mentor, Wade Parker, and ask him to consult on the case. After nearly dyi "Awesome is the only word for this author." Amazon reviewer The Las Vegas desert. A once famous pop singer lies dead. The only clue to her murder—a bizarre disfigurement. Only one thing to do. Call in Parker and Steele. To avoid the hassle of a media frenzy, the local police sergeant decides contact his old mentor, Wade Parker, and ask him to consult on the case. After nearly dying eight months ago, Miranda Steele can't wait to get back to real detective work. Nobody deserves to die that way. But this one isn’t so easy. If she can't solve this case, not only will she fail her destiny, another psycho killer might get away with murder. Meanwhile, Parker harbors secret reservations about their new venture together. Especially when he suspects there might be more to this murder than meets the...eye. You’ll love this intriguing mystery full of twists and turns, because it’s the start of many more adventures. Get it now.

30 review for All Eyes on Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    wcooklhsd.k12.oh.us

    Book 1 It didn't read like book one. I enjoyed the story, although it felt a little like watching a Hallmark Mystery. It was not slow enough that I didn't want to finish it. What I didn't like was the constant reminders of what had happened before, repeatedly. I never read any of the prior books before this one because this was Book1. Now I have no desire to read the prior books. I may not see the whole picture but I see enough that I don't have to go threw the whole album. All Eyes on Me is not Book 1 It didn't read like book one. I enjoyed the story, although it felt a little like watching a Hallmark Mystery. It was not slow enough that I didn't want to finish it. What I didn't like was the constant reminders of what had happened before, repeatedly. I never read any of the prior books before this one because this was Book1. Now I have no desire to read the prior books. I may not see the whole picture but I see enough that I don't have to go threw the whole album. All Eyes on Me is not a Book 1, it's a continuation of two becoming one. I'm disappointed. I would have liked to start at the beginning, not in the middle.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Linda Strong

    A once well-known pop singer's body is found in the heat of the Las Vegas desert. There are no clues, no DNA, no motive apparent. There is, however, a bizarre disfigurement. The local police have decided to call in Parker and Steele to consult in order to keep the media at low rumble. Parker and Steele are now private investigators, a new undertaking for them both. As they investigate, they find more questions than answers. That's when the begin thinking there is more to this murder than first tho A once well-known pop singer's body is found in the heat of the Las Vegas desert. There are no clues, no DNA, no motive apparent. There is, however, a bizarre disfigurement. The local police have decided to call in Parker and Steele to consult in order to keep the media at low rumble. Parker and Steele are now private investigators, a new undertaking for them both. As they investigate, they find more questions than answers. That's when the begin thinking there is more to this murder than first thought. This was the first of a new series .. there are now 16 further adventures for these private investigators. This was just an okay read for me. Although the story line is a good one, it lacks any kind of credibility. A police department will not hand over such a high profile case to PIs. These PIs would also not be holding official press conferences. There were other instances that I felt were realistic in any sense. A lot of effort went into the relationship between the two main characters, but this was hyped as a mystery ... not a romantic suspense. Read and reviewed voluntarily, opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Macdonald

    Am I The only one who was a tad confused about this being Book One? I felt as if I picked up a book in the middle of a series due to all of the references to things that happened prior to the beginning of this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anita Baxter

    Entertaining I found the first book in this series to be perfectly entertaining and totally worth the price, free. I was reminded, vaguely of the eighties detective couple, Hart to Hart. Miranda is reminiscent of Javanovich's character and I'm sure comparisons will be drawn to Eve and Roarke. Lanier's writing won't fare favorably with a comparison to Robb's, but in fairness, sometimes even Roberts isn't as good as Roberts. Bottom line? Did I enjoy the book? Yes. Will I buy #2? No. It's $5. My sug Entertaining I found the first book in this series to be perfectly entertaining and totally worth the price, free. I was reminded, vaguely of the eighties detective couple, Hart to Hart. Miranda is reminiscent of Javanovich's character and I'm sure comparisons will be drawn to Eve and Roarke. Lanier's writing won't fare favorably with a comparison to Robb's, but in fairness, sometimes even Roberts isn't as good as Roberts. Bottom line? Did I enjoy the book? Yes. Will I buy #2? No. It's $5. My suggestion? Open your novels to Kindle Unlimited. If these were on Unlimited I'd read every one as I wait for the February release date of the next In Death installment.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Uwe

    I don’t think the police would give up a homicide investigation to a private investigator company, but it is fiction right? I also disagree with the way they collected evidence, but again, it is not a true real story. So from the beginnning to the middle of the story I found it a bit boring, but to the end it got interesting with the twist and turns ............

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marti

    This was a rather good book, the first in a series with Miranda and Parker, taking place in Las Vegas. A famous singer named Ambrosia Dawn is killed. Who dunnit--her husband, her sister, or someone else?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Madison

    In the beginning, I will admit that I was a little confused on which was the story was going. At first, I thought this one person was the killer only to be disguised as an officer. Not until reading further did I realize I was completely off course and had to reread the beginning of the story. Once I had all the character sorted out of who was who, the story picked up and I couldn't put the book down for the last two days. Finishing it was nice because of the little promising cliffhanger the aut In the beginning, I will admit that I was a little confused on which was the story was going. At first, I thought this one person was the killer only to be disguised as an officer. Not until reading further did I realize I was completely off course and had to reread the beginning of the story. Once I had all the character sorted out of who was who, the story picked up and I couldn't put the book down for the last two days. Finishing it was nice because of the little promising cliffhanger the author decided to leave. I would highly recommend this book to a lover of crime stories. The course of action in this book didn't disappoint.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Pontiki

    This was a fun read, with lots of interesting characters and a famous murder. Miranda and Parker make a good team, and a nice couple. I didn't enjoy the suspicion they had of people who were obvious, but the killer in the end did make sense. What didn't make sense was Parker not following Miranda when she went off to check out some things before they left. He was already worrying about losing her due to their dangerous work, so letting her go out and knowing she'd be working on the case just doe This was a fun read, with lots of interesting characters and a famous murder. Miranda and Parker make a good team, and a nice couple. I didn't enjoy the suspicion they had of people who were obvious, but the killer in the end did make sense. What didn't make sense was Parker not following Miranda when she went off to check out some things before they left. He was already worrying about losing her due to their dangerous work, so letting her go out and knowing she'd be working on the case just doesn't fit. A good mystery for a day on the beach.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melinda

    What a storyline! This was a great storyline, a real page turner. You just had to keep going chapter after chapter. I'm sure this is going to be a very popular series. Miranda and Parker make a unique team being married and fighting the good fight trying to get to the truth. Loved the Book! Looking forward to the next adventure with them. What a storyline! This was a great storyline, a real page turner. You just had to keep going chapter after chapter. I'm sure this is going to be a very popular series. Miranda and Parker make a unique team being married and fighting the good fight trying to get to the truth. Loved the Book! Looking forward to the next adventure with them.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    Amazing and absorbing book! I thank Linsey Lanier for her gift of writing and sharing her gift with us. God bless you! The story was gripping from the first page until the last!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Saul Bautista

    Flat I think it was so flat and predictable. The characters didn't show any emotions and the end was so quick Flat I think it was so flat and predictable. The characters didn't show any emotions and the end was so quick

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    Eyeball & melon balls Great suspense. This story kept me actively engaged throughout the book. The relationship & interactions between Parker & Miranda are captivating. The other characters keep the story interesting & diverse. Excellent book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Really exciting mystery lots of twists and turns

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rik

    Good book, not as exciting as I thought it would be. But still very good, especially well written. I did not know the author, but it appears that she can write well.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Cummings

    Miranda & Parker are back but will Miranda still have the edge to do this type of work. Parker almost lost her and he watches her like a hawk. They are consulting for the Las Vegas Police Dept and Miranda is the lead as she won the dice toss. A well know n singer has been murdered but the worst part is that someone took one of her eyes. Miranda and the Sgt in Charge Sid O Toole don't really get along and she just wants to find justice for Ambrosia and she will find the killer. But there are so m Miranda & Parker are back but will Miranda still have the edge to do this type of work. Parker almost lost her and he watches her like a hawk. They are consulting for the Las Vegas Police Dept and Miranda is the lead as she won the dice toss. A well know n singer has been murdered but the worst part is that someone took one of her eyes. Miranda and the Sgt in Charge Sid O Toole don't really get along and she just wants to find justice for Ambrosia and she will find the killer. But there are so many suspects and she rushes into everything without thinking it through and Parker is trying to let her find her way but he worries that she is pushing herself too much. So who did it the bodyguard who is sleeping with her sister? The chef that had to break up with her boyfriend or the husband who loved her too much? Just as she thinks she knows the answers a new suspect is found but who can she trust as too many people wanted her dead? A good read. Miranda does seem too eager to want to prove herself and thank heavens for Parker as he is the calming force in her life.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Annemarie Groves

    Another excellent foray into the Parker/Steele investigatory adventurers. The characterisation standard has been maintained, the additional characters for this tale fitted in nicely bringing their own rough edges and traits to either gel with or clash against those of Parker-Steele. I've read many in this genre and worked out before too long the potential perpetrator and enjoyed waiting to see if I was right (almost). I'll be returning to Linsey's writings again no doubt. Another excellent foray into the Parker/Steele investigatory adventurers. The characterisation standard has been maintained, the additional characters for this tale fitted in nicely bringing their own rough edges and traits to either gel with or clash against those of Parker-Steele. I've read many in this genre and worked out before too long the potential perpetrator and enjoyed waiting to see if I was right (almost). I'll be returning to Linsey's writings again no doubt.

  17. 4 out of 5

    bonnie kirchner

    All Eyes on Me This is the first book in a very long series and I really enjoyed it. It is a very good mystery. It keeps you in suspense until the very end. They do not give away who the KILLER is until the very end. I recommend this book. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aly Wayne

    Ehh, its better than YA Definitely not Pulitzer Prise winning, but a well written story. I don’t know if this is a spinoff of another series, but the bits and pieces of characters backstory were a little irritating because I couldn’t see how the information helped move the story along. It was free, so I don’t feel like I wasted anything reading it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Johnnie Macari donnachie

    Back to the grind It is a goodish read. Character building could have been more detailed so that you invest more in terms main protagonists. Overall it's a bit too fluffy to make it a really good thriller and a little to simplistic for an edge of the seat whodunit Back to the grind It is a goodish read. Character building could have been more detailed so that you invest more in terms main protagonists. Overall it's a bit too fluffy to make it a really good thriller and a little to simplistic for an edge of the seat whodunit

  20. 4 out of 5

    Loreen Parker

    This book is okay. It wasn’t as exciting as some books are but if you want a book that you don’t mind putting down to get some things done it is a good read. Interesting and will keep your interest to the end but not you don’t have to finish it in one sitting.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    It was entertaining to read. It kept me wanting to learn more about the characters and wondering what happened. The ending was somewhat predictable. I disliked the constant repetition of how handsome Parker was and how much he loved Mirando.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Cummins

    Okay This book came across kind of corny. The lead character Miranda Steele was made to be a bad-ass but just didn't hit the mark. It was more her own thinking and dialogue to herself than her actions. Wouldn't recommend Okay This book came across kind of corny. The lead character Miranda Steele was made to be a bad-ass but just didn't hit the mark. It was more her own thinking and dialogue to herself than her actions. Wouldn't recommend

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This was a pretty good read. Fast, easy book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katy

    A husband-and-wife detective team travel to Las Vegas to investigate the murder of a popular singer.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rod

    i quite enjoyed this book plan to reed more from the series took a little while to get going

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rhona Crawford

    Another poorly edited ebook. Story a bit mundane

  27. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Botner

    I selected what I thought was #1 in a series, since it says #1, but it's really #2 or #3. Throughout the entire book, references are made to major events and characters from earlier books. Extremely annoying and disappointing. Glaring typo: someone stretches their legs out into an "isle". The main characters were 2 dimensional, with most of their focus being consumed with how beautiful/buff/sexy/etc the other was, generally with the same adjectives each time, reading more like a bodice-ripper th I selected what I thought was #1 in a series, since it says #1, but it's really #2 or #3. Throughout the entire book, references are made to major events and characters from earlier books. Extremely annoying and disappointing. Glaring typo: someone stretches their legs out into an "isle". The main characters were 2 dimensional, with most of their focus being consumed with how beautiful/buff/sexy/etc the other was, generally with the same adjectives each time, reading more like a bodice-ripper than a murder mystery. Annoying cliche meeting of the female lead with a seemingly misogynistic police officer. After being introduced as an associate, she is basically called "honey" and asked run get coffee for the men-folk, to which she responds by putting judo-type moves on him and knocking him to the ground. The story is set in "modern day" not the 1950s and completely inappropriate. Later the 2 main characters are tailing someone and avoiding detection in a heavily populated attraction in Vegas, only their attempts to remain incognito were written in such an overdone manner that I could picture them slinking around wearing groucho glasses or having pieces of plants sticking out from various places. The mystery itself? Disappointing. The who-done-it ended up being a character who shows up at the very end for the "big reveal". Before that time, this character was barely even mentioned. The very end included a cryptic, somewhat threatening message to one of the main characters, in a stereotypical attempt to build suspense and intrigue, and of course, the character promptly ignores the message. But, what works for that character, works for me. I have decided to ignore any of the other books in this series or pre-series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    An okay read This is the first of Linsey Lanier’s novels that I have ever read, so I had not been filled in on the background of Miranda Steele or her husband, Parker. In some ways, this meant my enjoyment was lacking as there were several references to things that had gone before which meant nothing to me, and therefore seemed totally irrelevant. At the same time, there was too much emphasis put on the relationship between Steele and Parker as a couple, which again seemed irrelevant and at times An okay read This is the first of Linsey Lanier’s novels that I have ever read, so I had not been filled in on the background of Miranda Steele or her husband, Parker. In some ways, this meant my enjoyment was lacking as there were several references to things that had gone before which meant nothing to me, and therefore seemed totally irrelevant. At the same time, there was too much emphasis put on the relationship between Steele and Parker as a couple, which again seemed irrelevant and at times made the story more like a romance than a thriller and threated to detract from the main focus of the novel. Sadly, the plot itself was extremely simple and contrived and, with no second thread to the storyline, made it at times far too obvious and boring. It didn’t really hold my attention and I had to force myself to continue reading. Right from the start I had a pretty good idea who the killer was, and although there was a slight twist at the very end, I still had it all pretty much figured out long before the investigation team did. I did not really find the characters that interesting or even believable and a lot of what they said and did was extremely clichéd. Although, the simplicity of the story made it a fast read and one that I was pleased to get to the end of, the several inconsistencies in the narrative didn’t help much. I am a reader who likes to feel challenged when I sit down to read a novel and I felt that this didn’t deliver that.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jerry B

    We took the author’s word for it, and having enjoyed well enough her first in the Miranda’s Rights five-book series (“Someone Else’s Daughter”), we thought we’d similarly try Lanier’s first in her Miranda and Parker Mystery set, “All Eyes On Me.” Firstly, we resent the author’s “numbering” and titling scheme, as “Eyes” is just a mere continuation of the earlier set (in which she was a new PI working for Parker); thus this novel had some horrible spoilers about issues left over from the first ser We took the author’s word for it, and having enjoyed well enough her first in the Miranda’s Rights five-book series (“Someone Else’s Daughter”), we thought we’d similarly try Lanier’s first in her Miranda and Parker Mystery set, “All Eyes On Me.” Firstly, we resent the author’s “numbering” and titling scheme, as “Eyes” is just a mere continuation of the earlier set (in which she was a new PI working for Parker); thus this novel had some horrible spoilers about issues left over from the first series. Moreover, at a mere 180 or so pages, with like 30 blank pages due to some 59 chapters (many of which were a single page), this new tale is really just a novella. The plot involves the murder of a popular Las Vegas-based female singer, but when the police immediately hired Parker’s firm to investigate, CEO Parker lets Miranda take the lead on the case, an unlikely development. Naturally she does manage to stick with it to a fairly trivial resolution. Having now read two full-length novels and three short stories about these two protagonists, we agree with many other reviewers that these stories are best regarded as amateurish and mediocre knockoffs of J.D. Robb’s superb Eve Dallas prolific set of “In Death” novels. Lanier has a lot of catching up to do to even approach the quality and suspense of those works. And by now, we totally get that Parker and Miranda form the world’s deepest mutual admiration society, about which we’re already tired. Sorry.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Serena Buffaloe

    Another winner !! I enjoyed this story !! Have to admit that I seem to not read this series of books in any kind of order. So, for me, the ", recaps" , of previous books is a ok. I have read other reviews where this is a sort of bone of contention. I did not mind it in the slightest. In thus book Miranda Steele, and Wade Parker are now Consultants. They find themselves out in Las Vegas for all places, helping a former acquaintance of Ward's , who is now a cop. An older well known singer has come Another winner !! I enjoyed this story !! Have to admit that I seem to not read this series of books in any kind of order. So, for me, the ", recaps" , of previous books is a ok. I have read other reviews where this is a sort of bone of contention. I did not mind it in the slightest. In thus book Miranda Steele, and Wade Parker are now Consultants. They find themselves out in Las Vegas for all places, helping a former acquaintance of Ward's , who is now a cop. An older well known singer has come up dead, and the dynamic duo has been tasked with helping find the killers. In this series, yes Miranda does have a certain edge about her. Yes, she does think that she knows better then the police. Because she comes from the ," other" , side of things. Her life hasn't always been what one would call " , law abiding" . So , she sees things differently then others. And that's part of her charm , I think. And that is why I enjoy this series !! This book was funny, and , yes, I may have figured out who the killer was a few chapters in, but its about the journey. And there are twisty, turn-y , spots, and some sexy time for our Miranda. All around a great read!!

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