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Still Waters

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I Enjoyed this novel

I like this author, she writes a well paced interesting story and her characters are always well developed. Like most female authors she uses a female herorine as the main character of her story. Also like other female authors the male lead is always some gorgeous hunk ...
I like this author, she writes a well paced interesting story and her characters are always well developed. Like most female authors she uses a female herorine as the main character of her story. Also like other female authors the male lead is always some gorgeous hunk and this kind of turns me off. At least in Tami's novels she doesn't get carried away with the romance to the point that it is distracting to the plot. I found her Night Sins and Guilty as Sin totally absorbing and would even welcome a third installment in that series. This one was good though and worth reading. I enjoyed.

posted by Anonymous on November 11, 2002

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Read it for HS English class!

my name is richard. for my senior class we have to reead a book off fo the bestselling list or a book by a bestselling author and when we went over the list in class 'still waters' sounded ok so i went to thrifties and bought it. at first it was boring as it takes a w...
my name is richard. for my senior class we have to reead a book off fo the bestselling list or a book by a bestselling author and when we went over the list in class 'still waters' sounded ok so i went to thrifties and bought it. at first it was boring as it takes a while to get good (id say i really liked it after chapter 9... slow but worth it!) so i only read it 3 days a week for 15 minuted in english class. but once it started getting good i would read it on my own time and i really enjoyed it. i think trace and dane are my favorite characters in the book. i will tell you this much, the ending will SHOCK YOU! read it, you wont be disappointed!

posted by Anonymous on January 4, 2000

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2002

    I Enjoyed this novel

    I like this author, she writes a well paced interesting story and her characters are always well developed. Like most female authors she uses a female herorine as the main character of her story. Also like other female authors the male lead is always some gorgeous hunk and this kind of turns me off. At least in Tami's novels she doesn't get carried away with the romance to the point that it is distracting to the plot. I found her Night Sins and Guilty as Sin totally absorbing and would even welcome a third installment in that series. This one was good though and worth reading. I enjoyed.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 8, 2009

    Tami Hoag's Stillwater

    I wish I could manage to get a few more of my favorite authors to be more productive, but then maybe they wouldn't be as good.
    I enjoy escaping in a mysterious and thrilling plot. I don't enjoy excessive vulgarity.
    Tami Hoag, JA Jance, Susan Wittig Albert, Nevada Barr, Sara Paretsky and Tony Hillerman all fit this bill.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2000

    Still Waters: A must read

    I thoroughly enjoyed Still Waters. It was a very suspenseful and sexy read. I think the ill-tempered relationship between Elizabeth and Dane was excellent. I enjoyed the sarcasms between them and looked forward to Elizabeth cracking through Dane's seemingly tough exterior. This is the first time I've read a book by Tami Hoag, and I will say she is well versed, and there is alot of sophistication in her writing style. Being an avid Stephen King fan, this book was a pleasant detour into a new arena of reading for me. Hope there will be a movie someday.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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