Eye Contact

Eye Contact Reviews for Michael Craft s Mark Manning series have been unanimously enthusiastic full of praise for Craft s tightly wound and intriguing mystery plots as well as his sensitive insightful portraya

  • Title: Eye Contact
  • Author: Michael Craft
  • ISBN: 9781575664255
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reviews for Michael Craft s Mark Manning series have been unanimously enthusiastic, full of praise for Craft s tightly wound and intriguing mystery plots, as well as his sensitive, insightful portrayal of a man coming to terms with his sexuality Kensington will re release Eye Contact , as well as Flight Dreams 5 00 and Body Language 7 00 , so that the entire Mark MannReviews for Michael Craft s Mark Manning series have been unanimously enthusiastic, full of praise for Craft s tightly wound and intriguing mystery plots, as well as his sensitive, insightful portrayal of a man coming to terms with his sexuality Kensington will re release Eye Contact , as well as Flight Dreams 5 00 and Body Language 7 00 , so that the entire Mark Manning series will be available as it continues to be published by St Martin s Press Eye Contact is a fiercely unpredictable, adrenaline rushed story of murder, erotic illusion and a devastating crime that reveals the mysteries of the human heart It begins as a simple assignment for Chicago Journal reporter Mark Manning He s been hired to replace colleague Cliff Nolan on a top story renowned astrophysicist Pavo Zarnik claims to have discovered a tenth planet.To the skeptical reporter, there is no story because there is no proof But soon, Manning makes some startling discoveries Nolan s body is found with a bullet hole in his back, and the last interview with Zarnik is missing Now, the story is no longer a matter of metaphysics, but of murder And to complicate matters, Manning s young, new assistant is haunting is days and dreams Together, they re determined to find the truth about Nolan s death d the inevitable, damning piece of evidence that the killer will do anything to destroy even it means committing murder again.

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    About "Michael Craft"

    1. Michael Craft

      Michael Craft is the author of than a dozen novels and three stage plays He is best known as the author of the popular Mark Manning series, set in the Midwest, as well as the Claire Gray series, which takes place in Palm Springs, California Three of Craft s novels have been honored as national finalists for Lambda Literary Awards His latest latest novel, Inside Dumont, is a collection of linked short stories, set in the quirky little town of Dumont, Wisconsin.

    745 thoughts on “Eye Contact”

    1. Eye Contact (Mark Manning #2)By Michael CraftFour starsHow fun it is to read books written back in 2000…how long ago that feels. The second of the Mark Manning books, “Eye Contact,” takes place two years after Mark Manning has embraced his new gay self and has begun living with the younger architect, Neil, whose design genius has transformed Manning’s raw loft into a dazzling modern space. Neil has also transformed it into their home, symbolic of what they have become to each other and t [...]


    2. A good mystery with a fair twist but a few flaws that Ill talk about later. I've now read the first two books in this series and found them both to have a slightly different and somewhat original mystery plot with the all the clues needed for the reader to solve the mysteries before the expected big twist announcement. I can't rate this book quite as high as the first, although it has a much better plot, more action and a spectacular conclusion even if a bit farfetched and over the top, because [...]


    3. Whenever I go to the Twin Cities Pride Parade and Festival, I always make a point to stop at the local GLBTA library's stand. I do this because they almost always have a large selection of books for sale that they weeded from their collection. This year I bought two books, and decided that I may as well pick up one of them for my next book on the list. The one I chose was EYE CONTACT by Michael Craft, and while I don't know what I was expecting, it wasn't really what I found. But that's not to s [...]


    4. I followed Imps sage advice and skipped big chunks of it to get through, on the promise that the next in the series starts picking the pace along. I like the characters but there are flaws to the writing - #1 being since the book is mainly from the POV of Mark Manning, why in God's Green Earth does he refer to himself as Manning? And yet, Neil, the partner, is referred to as Neil? Does he think of himself as Manning? And abrupt POV changes mid-scene are the #2 flaw.


    5. SlashReader: It's a fairly good book, mixes a lot of interesting things both religious and otherwise. It also deals with emotional things, it's a good mix of adventure, thrill and romance as well as other issues. The mystery is good I didn't figure it out for a while the point where everything starts to fall into place it's an interesting sock. But yeah It's a good book, deals with various other issues as well as a good read.


    6. Two years after the events in Flight Dreams, Mark and Neil live together. They just finished renovation of their loft, Mark is still a star of Chicago Journal, Neil works in the organization of the city’s Celebration Two Thousand. Life is good. But, Mark gets an assignment which, at first, doesn’t appeal to him – to basically cover a science story, an alleged discovery of the tenth planet. His editor also gives him an assistant: a handsome, young reporter David Bosch who suffers from hero [...]


    7. Set just prior to the turn of the millennium (actually, a year early, as the twenty-first century began in 2001) in Chicago, this newspaper writer focused procedural involved murder, trickery, and technology without really involving the police (much). While the main character is gay, the writing is subtle and not offending. A charming read, good for sitting by the fire with a glass (or two) of a good wine.



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