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No Way Home e-book

Author:

Patricia J. MacDonald

Language:

English

Category:

Mystery

Subcategory:

Thrillers & Suspense

ePub size:

1403 kb

Other formats:

mbr azw docx lit

Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (1989)

Pages:

312

ISBN:

0450502082

No Way Home e-book

by Patricia J. MacDonald


No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the Publisher, except where permitted by law. The trademark Dell® is registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office. Printed in the United States of America. Chapter 1. FOR THREE DAYS RUNNING the weathermen on the Nashville TV stations had been warning of a storm watch in middle Tennessee.

Patricia Macdonald's darkly hypnotic tales have captivated readers across America, as well as in France, where she is a bestselling author. Her previous novels include Suspicious Origin, Stranger in the House, Not Guilty, and the Edgar Award-nominated The Unforgiven. She lives with her husband and daughter in New Jersey, where she is working on her next novel. Библиографические данные. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

Her mother Lillie can't believe it, who would kill her sweet little girl? and why? She decides to look for answers.

She was sitting at her kitchen table, humming loudly along to the tape, when she looked up and saw a man pressed against the sliding glass doors at the end of the room, peering in. Yogurt splattered. on her leotard as she jumped up with a shriek, and then her face relaxed into a scowl as she recognized her visitor. She padded down to the doors and pulled them open angrily. Jordan Hill, didn’t you ever hear of the doorbell? You about scared me to death. I tried it, he said. You didn’t answer, but I saw your ca. .

by Patricia MacDonald. No Way Home - Patricia MacDonald. 1. Founder's Day in Felton, Tennessee, should be a joyous occasion. the day Michele is found murdered.

Her books are quick easy reads that have great suspense. I think this one is one of the best.

This is a further novel by the author of The Unforgiven, Stranger in the House and Little Sister. Her books are quick easy reads that have great suspense. It is so shocking what Lillie has to go through with her family that I found myself getting angry. I also enjoyed the way the author portrayed Lillie's emotions and her feelings toward her family members, especially her daughter. It was very well done. I thought the ending was fine other than the fact that I was so into it that I wanted the story to never end.

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Patricia Macdonald's darkly hypnotic tales have captivated readers across . I like the way she sets the plot and makes it so scary. I just discovered Patricia MacDonald, and have read 6 of her books in the last 2 weeks. I'm hooked!! If you like intrigue, mystery and twists, you'll enjoy her writing.

With chilling echoes of a notorious, real-life murder in Connecticut, Patricia MacDonald's gripping novel unwraps the layers of fear and guilt in a small town where nothing bad ever happens -- until a pretty teenager disappears . . . . Founder's Day in Felton, Tennessee, should be a joyous occasion. But it's the day Michele Burdette never returns home from the festivities . . . the day Michele is found murdered. Now, as her mother Lillie tries to heal her shattered life, haunting questions emerge about the identity of Michele's killer -- and Lillie realizes no one in her family or in Felton can be presumed innocent. A ring of suspicion is tightening around Michele's father, stepfather, and her football hero brother, and Lillie's quest for justice will reveal the deadly lies hidden behind the closed doors of her town, and her past . . . .
Kikora
I had read this book a lot of years ago and just reread it as I am reading all of Patricia MacDonald's books again. Her books are quick easy reads that have great suspense. I think this one is one of the best. It is so shocking what Lillie has to go through with her family that I found myself getting angry. I also enjoyed the way the author portrayed Lillie's emotions and her feelings toward her family members, especially her daughter. It was very well done. I thought the ending was fine other than the fact that I was so into it that I wanted the story to never end. A great read that most will enjoy!
Hulore
Patricia MacDonald is a gifted mystery writer and her books hold my interest. Interesting characters and she knows how to set the plot to keep me eagerly reading to see how it ends.
Tegore
This was an excellent book. All Patricia Macdonald books are great. If this is your first time with author, go back and read her other books. I am a huge fan.
Legionstatic
Great author. Have read several of her books.
Dilkree
I stumbled upon this author at the library one day. Her books are pretty good. Very fast reads! I've already read three of her books in less than a week (and I don't have THAT MUCH free time).
Anyway, this book took some turns I didn't expect at first, although it was pretty easy to figure where the story was headed.
The book is about a mother whose daughter is killed after a Founder's Day celebration. There are some red herrings as to who the killer is, and a subplot about the girl in love with the son that really just ends. And while it was an enjoyable read in the car on a road trip, my biggest complaint is that her story just ends. Even though you pretty much know what happened, the author doesn't tie up the story and give you the details on how or why. Most thrillers will rehash everything in the end and give you more insight as to what happened and why. MacDonald doesn't, and it bugged me - I like knowing all the details. (Every one of her books I've read has been like this)
So, if you're looking for a fast read, with some surprise twists, this may be for you.
Thordira
This was an exciting book I could not put it down.
Golden Lama
I loved it! It keeps you guessing until the end. It also has great character and plot development. You won't be sorry you tried it!
Good book

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