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Dark Truth

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2007

    LOVE IT

    This book was an amazing read. I dont see how it could have been boring to someone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2006

    Boring and predictable

    It was so obvious 'who did it' by the end of the first chapter. The whole book was a bit juvenile and very disappointing.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Another one sitting tale from Ms. Stewar

    In 1989 Nina Madden attends the College of St. Ansel in Stone River, Maryland, the same school where her dad teaches English Literature. She is elated to be moving out of her home to a sorority house as she does not get on well with her stepmother Olivia. However, her euphoria dies when the police handcuff her dad, who is suspected of being the murdering Stone River rapist................. In 2005 Nina works in New York, but is going home for the first time in years to attend Olivia¿s funeral. Father Whelan gives Nina a box from her father who died in prison. When she gets home she sees a letter her dad wrote to Olivia in which he apologizes for cheating on her with his students and driving her to take the actions she did. He will take the fall for what she did. Nina wonders if her father¿s crime was adultery while Olivia was the real killer. She turns to a suspense writer friend for advice and begins looking into the Stone River Rapist case not realizing that her actions will lead her to cop Wes Powell and someone else both whom want her to drop her inquires................ . The truth about Mariah Stewart is she is an incredible writer as affirmed by her latest high quality thriller. The story line focuses on Nina who has not fully moved on from when her father was arrested and convicted. The note stirs her sense of justice though her dad had accepted all responsibility. Fans will enjoy this deep amateur sleuth tale as readers will wonder how Olivia could be the killer as implied by the note when the victims were also raped. Another one sitting tale from Ms. Stewart............. Harriet Klausner

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