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Nowhere to Hide

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2012


    Great story, good plot developement-couldn't put it down. ENJOY!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 17, 2012

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    Former cop Colleen MacDonald left her life in Pine Hills, Oregon

    Former cop Colleen MacDonald left her life in Pine Hills, Oregon for a
    fresh start in Orlando, Florida. But starting over is harder than she
    thought because the nightmares find her just the same. When she meets
    hunky patrol officer Graham Harrigan, she learns her new landlord,
    Jeffrey Walker, might be missing. The cop in her is intrigued by the
    puzzle. As she and Graham start to untangle deadly threads, an
    attraction develops and deepens between them, complicating matters.
    Bodies pile up and Colleen realizes her heart is another casualty. She’s
    lost it to Graham, but his job triggers her nightmares and gives her
    panic attacks. She ran from trouble before. Will she run again? Odell
    writes a compelling story rich with insights into the world of cops and
    medicine. Her take on stressful situations resonate long after the last
    page is turned.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 1, 2010


    Originally posted at: ***** Much is happening from the get-go in Nowhere to Hide. Colleen MacDonald, suffering from Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder learns that the trouble with running away is that you take yourself with you - even the subconscious tags along with its bag of nightmares.

    Feeling like a failure, Colleen moves from Oregon to Florida to start life over. Determined to make a life that has nothing to do with law enforcement, she almost panics when a uniformed cop show up at her door in less than 24 hours after she arrives in Orlando.

    Graham Harrigan, a cop on a trial period to become a detective, makes a routine house call following up on call from a concerned daughter and meets the green-eyed, red-haired Colleen - not his type but intriguing. Her attitude is not what he usually encounters and that makes him wonder what she is hiding.

    The forgetful Doris, Colleen's landlady, and Tracy, Colleen's new friend liven up life for Colleen, even though Doris does prove to be somewhat of a mystery. Patrolman Clarke, Graham's nemesis, creates tension but nothing like the mystery man that comes and goes from Doris' house. However, the man the reader never meets proves to be a mighty force in the mystery that propels Graham and Colleen along on an investigation that starts with a tiny clue. As one small clue builds on top of another, Colleen gets more and more involved but her panic attacks and nightmares keep her at odds with her activities with Graham and makes her doubt her ability to have a future with him.

    Terry Odell creates characters that the reader can empathize with and cheer on as they cope with overwhelming challenges. She also writes a love scene that makes one apt to agree with Colleen that "sex rocks". Her writing style is so smooth that she seems to disappear and the characters come alive so the reader is in the moment with what is going on.

    Nowhere to Hide captivates and keeps one turning pages.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 22, 2013


    Love the series so far and love the characters

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