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[Moffett, Julie]のNo One Lives Twice: A Lexi Carmichael Mystery, Book One: A humorous geek girl mystery
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Get your geek on! Prepare for adventure with reformed hacker and trouble magnet Lexi Carmichael as she does whatever it takes to help the good guys win.

I'm Lexi Carmichael, geek extraordinaire. I spend my days stopping computer hackers at the National Security Agency. My nights? Those I spend avoiding my mother and eating cereal for dinner. Even though I work for a top-secret agency, I've never been in an exciting car chase, sipped a stirred (not shaken) martini, or shot a poison dart from an umbrella.

Until today, that is, when two gun-toting thugs popped up in my life and my best friend disappeared. So, I've enlisted the help of the Zimmerman twins—the reclusive architects of America's most sensitive electronic networks—to help me navigate a bewildering maze of leads to find her.

Along the way, my path collides with a sexy government agent and a rich, handsome lawyer, both of whom seem to have the hots for me. Hacking, espionage, sexy spy-men—it's a geek girl's dream come true. If it weren't for those gun-toting thugs…

著者について

Julie Moffett writes in the genres of mystery and historical romance. She has won numerous awards, including the 2014 Chanticleer Mystery & Mayhem Award for best YA/NA Mystery, the 2014 HOLT Medallion for Best Novel with Romantic Elements, a HOLT Merit Award for Best Novel by a Virigina Author, the 2012 EPIC Award for Best Action/Adventure novel, and several other awards. Follow her on Twitter at @JMoffettAuthor or at www.juliemoffett.com.

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  • 紙の本の長さ: 412 ページ
  • 出版社: Carina Press (2010/8/1)
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  • ASIN: B003U89RS0
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5つ星のうち 4.0 A surprisingly good mix of thriller and cozy mystery 2015/11/27
投稿者 johnc57 - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
First things first. I need to mention I received this book from GoodReads Giveaways. My review was not influenced by this in any degree.

Lexi Carmichael is the heroine of the book. She is a somewhat typical geek who is very good in math and computers and does not have good social skills - you know this kind. She is also a fairly good-looking woman - despite her modesty saying otherwise.

She worked as a low-level grunt in NSA headquarters in Washington, DC. Her work was a boring routine (is not it such for the most of us?). She thought she would never get the excitement of famous spies from fiction, like James Bond in her work. She was completely right: the excitement came not from her work, but from her personal life.

One of uneventful evenings a guy in a dark alley asked Lexi to give him papers her best friend supposedly mailed to her. His gun made a very convincing argument. Lexi, being completely unaware of such papers managed to talk the guy into leaving her alone on the promise she will get in touch with him the moment she has the papers. Or else.

When she got home she found her apartment thoroughly thrashed with yet another guy waiting. He made the same request using the same convincing argument and asked her to give him the papers the moment she has them. Or else.

Lexi still might have had a slight hope of staying out of this, but it was shattered shortly when her neighbor brought her the package in question which was delivered to the neighbor instead of Lexi. It also turned out Lexi's friend who sent her the papers disappeared without a trace leaving our poor heroine to deal with the mess. Fun ensures.

Even from my description of the beginning of the book you might have guessed it is full of cliches. You are right: there are cliches abound from thrillers, cozy mysteries, romance, and chick lit genres.

Lexi works for NSA which practically nobody consider good guys these days, and for a good reason: spying on your own people does tarnish the reputation. I am an IT professional so some of the descriptions of computer-related activities felt like they were written by a person who never approached a computer closer than a couple of miles. I strongly suspect professional biologists would feel the same regarding some other moments of the book.

I mentioned romance. What is the romantic cliche practically everybody hates and are still held dear by romance writers? Love triangles. I am happy to say there is none here. Instead we have a love octagon at least as a bunch of handsome guys kept falling at Lexi's feet.

So it sounds like I would have with a passion, right? Wrong as I enjoyed reading the book. I flew through it in three days considering that these were really busy days for me. What happened? Humor most definitely helped as well as Lexi's attitude.

Lexi being a geek who hates shopping and does not think math is incomprehensibly difficult was another positive side. I am tired of bimbo types of women seemingly very common in literature. Lexi is not one of them.

The mystery itself is quite intriguing and complicated with several interesting and unexpected twists. As redundant as it sounds, I read mystery books for a good mystery; this one delivers.

Finally the writing style makes it a very easy mindless fun read. If you manage to suspend your disbelief you are in for a fast ride.

The final rating is 4 stars - to my complete surprise.
3 人中、3人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 4.0 Not for the tech-minded, but not a bad book.... 2016/10/2
投稿者 Janna - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
This was a fun read! I ended up reading it in one sitting and I'm about to download the second book in the series. Lexi Carmichael is an employee of the NSA and certifiable geek who stumbles into a mystery when her best friend disappears. There were a few inconsistencies which took me out of the plot, but overall, this was a really fun read and I'd recommend it. I don't think the author has much of a geek/tech background, but that was okay because she was able to gloss over a lot of things. I need to go on a mini-rant for a minute simply because I am geek... and I owe it to all the other geeks out there:

I don't know any techie or self-proclaimed geek who doesn't have a cell phone. We're techies for a reason! And we of the techie sisterhood drool over any new technology like other women drool over designer shoes. Hell... I'm on a waiting list to buy a personal social AI robot for my home... (That's right, Jibo, come to momma). The fact that the main character doesn't have a cell phone because she wants to avoid her mother doesn't make sense -- Hello call block and caller ID??? It also doesn't make sense that she accepts a cell phone as a gift from a suspect -- without it dawning on her immediately that her phone is bugged or they've got GPS monitoring her. She works for the NSA! They're supposed to be paranoid!!! And everyone... everyone... in this country has heard of the NSA, contrary to what the book claims. Hell, I've been playing on the NSA website for years and years -- They have awesome puzzles, by the way. You should check them out. To make matters worse, there was a reference to the heroine running for a pay phone at one point in the book and I had to stop reading to check the publication date. Were there still pay phones in 2010? I don't think I've seen any since the 1990s.

Okay, mini-rant over.

Overall, the book was good. It was entertaining and if you can gloss over the unbelievability of the characters and plot inconsistencies... it was good. But if you're one of my fellow geeks or techies, you might find yourself annoyed even to the point where you shout at your Kindle or ereader (because that's how we geeks roll), "THE PHONE IS TAPPED DUMMY*!" Other than that? I enjoyed it. I'm going to check out the second one and hope it's better.

*Word modified because profanity violates Amazon's Guidelines.

** Review originally posted for The Novel Lady Reviews. **
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5つ星のうち 5.0 No One Lives Twice by Julie Moffett is a great start to a new series 2016/8/22
投稿者 Nancy V - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
No One Lives Twice by Julie Moffett is a great start to a new series! Lexi, the main character, is super smart, very loyal, and socially ackward. A lady after my own heart!
Note: this review contains spoilers! A day that starts out like any other quickly becomes anything but as Lexi is accosted not once, but twice by gun toting men. Lexi's best friend, Basia, has sent Lexi a document slew of alphabet organizations want.
And then there are the men: Beefy, who thinks Lexi is cute but won't hesitate to shoot her; Lars, the hot karate teacher; Slash, the Italian who is a super computer hacker, spy, whatever; and Finn, the lawyer who, well you're going to have to figure that one out.
Then there are break ins, the bugged phones, the trackers, the flight to Europe. I think you get the picture!
But always in the front of Lexi's mind is her drive to save her friend and an innocent young lady.
Impossible to put down at times, well crafted, great characters, humor interspersed everywhere, with an ending that has the reader wanting more.
I'm ready to start the next book and not sleep for awhile!
5つ星のうち 2.0 So many holes.... 2017/4/29
投稿者 Kbaxburn - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
So many holes in this book. I'm sorry mother or no, no tech person ANY tech person would not have a cellphone. And if she was this amazing person that works for the government she would understand what her friends were saying. I would say she is just another dumb blonde... but she isn't even blonde. Also, give me a break that she doesn't have a trust fund. Anyone who's parents own a 2 mil or more house have trust funds set up for their kids. That includes her brothers. My dad was worth that much and he had one set up for my brother and I. It's kinda ridiculous that she just glossed over having these outrageously wealthy parents and she is asking her reporter brother for a loan. If the story hadn't picked up finally I would have given it 1 star.
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5つ星のうち 3.0 Pretty good action novel, ditzy female though 2016/8/19
投稿者 Kindle Customer - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
I loved this book. The only problem is that she's supposed to be a genius computer whiz but the author makes her out to be some clueless female who has to go to her male counterparts for help. The first scene is her screwing up a job trying to find a hacker. Yet somehow she's still asked to join a new cyber security firm? Seemed like a stretch to me.
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