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44 Cranberry Point (Cedar Cove Series #4)

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  • Posted November 22, 2011

    You must be hooked by now!

    The Cedar Cove series begins its tale with the usual introduction of characters, character development and good story line. By the time you get to the 4th book in the series, you feel as though you know the characters personally. I fully expected Charlotte to show up on my doorstep with one of her new recipes! You begin to really care about the lives that are intertwined with each other. Although the stories are a little predictable at times and are written with rose tinted glasses, you can't help but feel a little hopeful that life could really be like it is in Cedar Cove. A lovely series and I am now reading the 12th book. Although each book can be read as a stand-alone, I recommend starting at the first book and reading your way through.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 17, 2015

    This novel was like a warm hug in the arms of a good friend.  Th

    This novel was like a warm hug in the arms of a good friend.  There is a natural flow to this story that mirrors the way that life happens.  It really gives you the full impact of the tales that Macomber tells.  She combines the sweetness of some of the best parts of life, with the heartache of the worst.  Everything is so real and alive that you can’t help but become a part of it, rather than simply a passive observer.

    I love how you feel like part of the town while reading this novel.  Macomber’s characters come to life in a very real & unforgettable manner.  They’re not just characters in a novel; they become your friends and neighbours while you’re visiting them through this remarkable tale.  The variety of ages of the characters also adds to this.  There are individuals from all walks of life, ensuring someone for everyone.  

    This novel was a fantastic trip back to Cedar Cove.  I enjoyed every minute of it & can’t wait to return with the next instalment.  

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  • Posted January 2, 2015

    Highly recommended

    Debbie is a real writer of family problems, health problem and our personal decision affects the outcome of situations.

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  • Posted February 12, 2012

    Great read

    I fell in love with the characters in the first book and more keep coming with everybook she writes. Great mysteries and great writing. Keeps me guessing whats next. Highly recommend this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2012

    Highley Recommended

    A very good read especially if you are reading the series of Cedar Cove.

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  • Posted December 22, 2011

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    Love these books

    Debbie Macomber is one of my favorite Authors. She writes with a down home feel and it is like you know the people in her stories . In each successive book you meet some new characters and some of the same people from previous books. Hers are "easy reads" when you just want to relax with old friends.

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  • Posted July 11, 2009

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    Enjoy your visit in Cedar Cove

    Olivia Lockhart, Grace Sherman and their family and friends are back in this fourth installment of the Cedar Cove series. 44 Cranberry Point picks up where 311 Pelican Court ended. Bob and Peggy Beldon find themselves in the middle of a murder investigation and are shocked when they learn the killer's identity and the motive for the murder.

    Ms. Macomber continues the stories of the popular characters: Olivia and her mother, Charlotte, Grace and her daughters, Jack Griffin and Cliff Harding. New characters are introduced as well. If you've read the previous novels in the series, you will feel right at home with 44 Cranberry Point.

    I do like with each book, more is revealed about each character. It's as though the reader is getting to know a new friend. At times the storyline is predictable, however it doesn't diminish the reading enjoyment. If you are interested in reading this series, I suggest reading them in order as each book flows from one to the other.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    wonderful combination of a family drama and suspense thriller

    Over a year ago, a late night guest arrived at Cedar Cove, Washington Thyme and Tide Bed and Breakfast. The next day, the owners Peggy and Bob Beldon find last night¿s arrival dead. Not long afterward, the deceased is identified as Max Russell, who was poisoned. Because Bob and Max spent time together in Viet Nam, he was the prime suspect, but a year later the case is still unsolved and he is considered innocent. A third member of the Nam quartet Stewart Samuels was exonerated while the fourth Dan Sherman committed suicide.--- Bob refuses to run though the police consider him a prime target of the unidentified killer. He does acquiesce to his wife¿s concerns and agrees to no guests until the case is resolved. While this couple adapts to a threat from an unknown source though Bob feels Stewart is behind this, others in the small Puget Sound town have family issues to deal with.--- The latest trip to the Debbie Macomber¿s Pacific Northwest is a wonderful combination of a family drama and suspense thriller. The story line contains several subplots involving various townsfolk (only one described above), which for fans of the series is a delight as the stories of favorites continue. Newcomers will not be able to track what happens to many of the fine ensemble cast without first reading previous books like 33 PELICAN COURT; those who decide to go address hopping will find it worth the tour.--- Harriet Klausner

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