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Young Love and Tragedy: The Felton Chronicles

Young Love and Tragedy: The Felton Chronicles

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by Mary Duncan

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Every small town has its challenges; such is their nature. But for the seemingly good people of the town of Felton, in the heart of Polk County, danger seems to lurk around every corner these days for those who just happen to be young.
The first incident arrived amid the blissful sights and smells of the Polk County Fair. The summer revelry would all come to a

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Young Love and Tragedy: The Felton Chronicles 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
LAWonder More than 1 year ago
Tara Jackson and Meagan  Keys were lifelong best friends as were their mothers. Soon after the death of Meagan's father they moved into the same neighborhood. Tara's brother, James, was two tears older than the girls and no longer looked at his sister's best friend in the same way he had most of their lives. Tara and James' father served as a policeman as did Meagan's father before he was killed. The two families lives were closely entwined. The County Fair came to town and it had a new added attraction. A large group of the teenagers joined many other people there on Friday night.  It was a night the entire town would never forget. How could such a tragedy occur? What happened? This large tragedy was the first in many years...Would it be the last?  So many lives were affected within a year's time. The intrigue and mysteries continues throughout the book. The characterizations wee well defined. The story was somewhat predictable but  very good. The main issue I had was it was written in a way one might tell a story to a young child, yet it certainly was not written for young children. My review therefor offers this novel a Four Stars rating. I was gifted this book by the author for an honest review, of which I have given.
LeahAC More than 1 year ago
Happy for you Mary.....Leah Couch
lindahill More than 1 year ago
This is one of the most interesting books I've ever read..could not put down. The prolog pulls you in but, it has so many twist you'll never guess what happens next. Not to mention she is a new local author with so much talent. I can't wait for the next book to become available. All I can say other than this is buy the book and read it, it will grab you like you want believe. Especially if you local yourself, the land marks and well known area leaves you wondering if this really happened and when.
Destinyb1389 More than 1 year ago
This book was very interesting and kept me wanting to read more and more. I would recommend it to anyone and I look forward to reading more of Mary Duncan's books.