A Beth-Hill Novel: Karen Montgomery Series Book 4: Detour [NOOK Book]

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One wrong turn sends Karen down a road that doesn't exist, to the site of an old accident and an even older mystery. With Russ' help, Karen finds the key to the mystery, but Russ has secrets of his own, some of which are deadly.
When old friends from Russ' past come to call, Karen realizes that Russ' secrets might just mean his doom. Rus

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A Beth-Hill Novel: Karen Montgomery Series Book 4: Detour

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Overview

One wrong turn sends Karen down a road that doesn't exist, to the site of an old accident and an even older mystery. With Russ' help, Karen finds the key to the mystery, but Russ has secrets of his own, some of which are deadly.
When old friends from Russ' past come to call, Karen realizes that Russ' secrets might just mean his doom. Rus

Read More Show Less

Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033029990
  • Publisher: Writers Exchange E-Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/1/2012
  • Series: A Beth-Hill Novel , #9
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 411 KB

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Jennifer St. Clair grew up in Southern Ohio and spent most of her childhood in the woods around her home. She wrote her first novel when she was thirteen, and hasn't stopped since. She lives with her ball python, Fester, and two cats, Ash and Rowan.In her spare time, she crochets, makes cloth dolls, collects antiques, books, and vintage clothing, and takes digital photographs with varying degrees of success.Jennifer has created a distinctively supernatural yet almost 'normal' universe for her books. Beth-Hill, is the area in America that contains many supernatural creatures: Wild Hunt, Vampires, Dragons, Faery that her Jacob Lane Series, Karen Montgomery Series, Beth-Hill Series and vampire trilogy, The Shadow Series are set in.
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  • Posted July 26, 2012

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    Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers Favorite “Detour&rdqu

    Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers Favorite

    “Detour” by Jennifer St. Clair is a user-friendly paranormal novel with no “adult” themes or language. It features Karen Montgomery, whose great-grandfather was an elf. She sees ghosts and hangs around with vampires, healers, dryads, and her man-friend, Russ, who is “half” vampire and all wizard. She is also the town librarian. "Detour" is the fourth book in the 'Karen Montgomery series'. In this story Karen takes a detour (thus the title) down a road she’d never before noticed, only to find a washed out bridge, a rusted wreck of a car, a faded old white cross, and a ghost. The thrust of the story is her effort to help the ghost. But what do all those other paranormal creatures have to do with the story? And what kind of “help” does a ghost need, anyway?

    I really enjoyed this story. It features a number of usually “scary” characters, but there is absolutely nothing scary about them in this story. It is perfectly suitable for young readers from teens on up, and I have no doubt they will thoroughly enjoy it. As it is the fourth in a series, I worried whether it might not make a lot of sense, but my worry was unnecessary, because the story stands on its own. Unfortunately, I enjoyed it so much that I am now going to have to hunt down the previous volumes so that I can read them, too! Jennifer St. Clair is an author worth following. If her prior and future books are this good, she will be writing for a long time to come.

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