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book I would have liked have seen a little depth to Peggy s character and background Even though CHILLWATER COVE focuses Rescued by a Horse: True Stories of Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Healing on her almost exclusively I didn t feel like I really got to KNOW her like I did Mike Still as far as the story goes it was exciting and as in SC there are lotsf twists and turns And The Secret of the Glass of course the southern setting was well written Having grown up in the south severalf the characters were very familiar Looking forward to reading BROKEN WING as soon as my TR pile "Goes Down A Bit I Do Not Ordinarily Read Crime "down a bit I Do Not Ordinarily Read Crime But do not Discovery: Poetry and Art by Rick and Jan Sikes ordinarily read crime but drawn to CHILLWATER COVE because I grew up in Tennessee and graduated from a university eerily similar to the fictional Avalon College This book grabbed me from the start and I ended up reading it until the wee hoursf the morning It has great pacing heart pounding suspense and characters who are so well fleshed The Genealogy of the Family of Francis Beaman, Sr Northampton County, North Carolina (American Surname Series) out you can almost reachut and touch them The novel puts the reader through the emotional wringer because you come to care about these people Although the novel is frightening and sometimes violent the ending is uite gratifying Lakeman has chosen to approach the American South and the Tennessee mountain communities in a measured and nuanced way leaving in all the gray areas most choose to ignore Lakeman does indeed have the pacing Lions and Tigers and Snares of Dan Brown but with literary chops as well I believe I have stumbled upon the next James Lee Burke I look forward to reading Lakeman s next novel in this series BROKEN WING In Chillwater Cove Thomas Lakeman gives us a thrillermystery with so many plot twists it will make your head spin In addition to excellent prose and crisp dialogue we are treated to a very strong lead female character Peggy Weaver Peggy and her friend Samantha were riding their bikes twenty years ago when Samantha was kidnapped and tortured In th. Ggy for running and her father admitted that she had done the smart thing she’s always wished that she could have helped Samantha Terrified at the time Peggy couldn’t remember much besides the makef the car not the license plate not what the man looked like She never has remembered anything else and she’ll never forgive herselfNow twenty five years later pornographic photos f ten year ld Samantha have turned up as. I read Broken Wing which was by the same author so I thought I would give this book a try It is basically a preuel to Broken Wing as the same main characters are in both books It is a good read Finished it in 2 days This book was kind Fox Play ofdd It is a good read Finished it in 2 days This book was kind Star Wars: Lando ofdd It about this kidnaping years ago and how it repeated in the present There are various parts Genius Loci: Towards a Phenomenology of Architecture of the book that are kindf pointless and are never mentioned again Overall I think the plot idea is extremely interested but the book left me with a kind f uick unfinished ending In The Shadow Catchers Lakeman introduced Mike Yeager and had a secondary character Peggy Weaver that was his former girlfriendlover and boss In this uting Peggy takes center stage and Yeager plays a small supporting role As before with Yeager Lakeman does Aria Appassionata of a good jobf developing the Weaver character beyond what you saw in the first book And as before the story proceeds through twists and turns with the ccasional red herring thrown in Also as before you are kept wondering if several characters are good r bad The story is well written and was a uick read with a nicely drawn conclusion The Untold Story: My 20 Years Running the National Inquirer or so you think I liked his first book with Mike Yeager Thisne dealt with his boss Peggy Weaver She goes home to Tennessee as an Betrayed, Betrothed and Bedded old friend Samantha is in trouble because photo s appeared with Sam in them as a tween while she was kidnapped Once again Samantha disappears and Peggy is trying to find her Her attempts are hindered by her dad who happens to be the town police At first I thought the book was a duplicatef the first just a change Anna Laetitia Barbauld Poems 1792 of character but reading further it is completely different Deals with prejudicesf the small town also "A Uick Read And I M Glad I Was Just "uick read and I m glad I was just the library shelves the day I came upon this author I have to say that I enjoyed the first book in this series a lot It may be due to the fact that I fell in love with Mike Yea. FBI special agent Peggy Weaver was ten years Caught in the Net old when her best friend was abducted while they were riding their bikes through their small hometown in Tennessee Peggy ran and escaped but Samantha didn’t She was eventually found and brought home but her rescue camenly after something so terrible happened that she could never speak about it even to Peggy And the kidnapper was never caughtThough Samantha’s family forgave Pe. E present day Peggy is an FBI Special Agent in Philadelphia bringing down a child slavery ring After the raid she discovers pictures Blue Road to Atlantis of Samantha from 25 years ago that were taken while she was abducted and abused She returns to her hometownf Avalon Tennessee to meet with Samantha and decide if they I could barely finish this "Book Cliches And Ridiculous Southern " Cliches and ridiculous Southern are always terrible but when they come from an actual Southerner it s especially disappointing I enjoyed this book and I m in the process Bioetica Della Sessualita, Della Vita Nascente E Pediatrica of reading Thomas Lakeman s first novel The Shadow Catchers becausef this bookIt s about a kidnapping that happened many years ago Two young girl friends come across a creepy guy he ends up taking the friend and the Jennifer Scales and the Messenger of Light other girl Peggy Weaver ends up running away The friend is found her family forgives Peggy for running and live goesnmany years later Peggy is an FBI agent comes home and her friend disappears againI thought there were a lot Itinerari nel sacro. L'esperienza religiosa giapponese of plot faults in this book andne thing that totally annoyed me was the relationship r lack thereof between Peggy and her cop dad I would ve been OUTTA THERE but she "Kept Up Her Relationship With "up her relationship with dad working with him n this case although she suspects he has something to do with it He basically treats her like crap and she keeps coming back BlahOverall though it was a good read and as I ve said I m reading the author s first book Blach Scattered The story was so scatteredshooting Bad Land off into 15 different directions and nonf the story directions kept me reading At about 50 pages from the end I got so tired Lettere: 1942-1943 of the various angles and just wanted to know the basic ending I actually skipped to the 10 pages I ve stopped reading books before but I ve never skipped to the end before Well I guess it says something that i at least wanted to know the endjust didn t want to ahve to read through the endless story to get there. Evidence inne L'ipocrisia dell'Occidente. Il Califfo, il terrore e la storia of Peggy’s cases a clear message from a man who’s never paid for what he did and Peggy knows that this time she isn’t going to runWith his riveting debut The Shadow Catchers Thomas Lakeman proved himself to bene f the best new crime writers and he follows that up with Chillwater Cove a heart stopping seuel in his Mike Yeager and Peggy Weaver series Loyalties may run deep but secrets can run even deepe.

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