RAINEY NIGHTS [NOOK Book]

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Women are missing and dying in the Triangle area of North Carolina. One woman holds the key to why.

With the conclusion of the Y-Man murders nine months ago and her resignation from the FBI, Former Special Agent and Behavioral Analyst, Rainey Bell has finally found peace and contentment she never thought possible, even if she remains a bit paranoid. Her wariness is ...
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RAINEY NIGHTS

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Overview

Women are missing and dying in the Triangle area of North Carolina. One woman holds the key to why.

With the conclusion of the Y-Man murders nine months ago and her resignation from the FBI, Former Special Agent and Behavioral Analyst, Rainey Bell has finally found peace and contentment she never thought possible, even if she remains a bit paranoid. Her wariness is well-founded and justified when a monster from her past rears his demonic head.

Rainey has faced death and evil before – alone. Now it’s different – she has a family to protect, her own. Only Rainey can keep them alive. Or can she?

As one reviewer said, "Don’t assume you know how this story will end."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013621923
  • Publisher: R. E. BRADSHAW BOOKS
  • Publication date: 8/27/2011
  • Series: A Rainey Bell Thriller , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 208,912
  • File size: 770 KB

Meet the Author

This is best selling author R. E. “Decky” Bradshaw’s sixth book and the second in the Rainey Bell series. Her first Rainey book, RAINEY DAYS, won a Lesbian Fiction Reader’s Choice Award and was a Golden Crown Literary Finalist for Best Mystery in 2010.
Bradshaw, a native of North Carolina and a proud Tar Heel, now makes her home in Oklahoma with her wife of 24 years. Holding a Master of Performing Arts degree, Bradshaw worked in professional theatre and taught University and High School classes, until leaving both professions to write full time.
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  • Posted August 28, 2011

    A "Killer" book -- literally

    This book grabbed me from the first page and never let me go. I knew bad things were going to happen to good people - I just couldn't figure out to whom and when. The main characters, Rainey and Katie, are in a new relationship and that's hard enough without someone trying to kill you, too. Plus, they're trying to figure out their careers, how to live together, planning a new house, trying to have a baby, and did I mention this is their first woman-to-woman relationship? Not much going on. I love Bradshaw's writing style - it's dialogue rich, has vivid scenery, and enough southern-sweet drawl to make you crave a fountain-drawn cherry Coca Cola. This is the sixth book of hers that I have devoured, and I hope she writes many, many more. Bonus Points for Bradshaw - you get your money's worth page-wise. This is a "big book" - not one of those skinny novellas you pay full price to read. I appreciate that Bradshaw doesn't take shortcuts to tell the story fast rather than fully.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2011

    Bravo! Encore!

    R E Bradshaw keeps getting better and better! I waited impatiently for the sequel to Rainey Days. Bradshaw does not disappoint! This is a first rate thriller! Although this sequel could stand alone, I would recommend reading Rainey Days first to really get to know Rainey's and Katie's stories. I hope there will be more of their adventures in the future.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 28, 2011

    WOW -- A THRILLER FROM THE FIRST PAGE

    This book grabbed me from the first page and never let me go. I knew bad things were going to happen to good people - I just couldn't figure out to whom and when. The main characters, Rainey and Katie, are in a new relationship and that's hard enough without someone trying to kill you, too. Plus, they're trying to figure out their careers, how to live together, planning a new house, trying to have a baby, and did I mention this is their first woman-to-woman relationship? Not much going on. I love Bradshaw's writing style - it's dialogue rich, has vivid scenery, and enough southern-sweet drawl to make you crave a fountain-drawn cherry Coca Cola. This is the sixth book of hers that I have devoured, and I hope she writes many, many more. Bonus Points for Bradshaw - you get your money's worth page-wise. This is a "big book" - not one of those skinny novellas you pay full price to read. I appreciate that Bradshaw doesn't take shortcuts to tell the story fast rather than fully.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2013

    Great series!!

    Must resd series!!

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  • Posted July 16, 2012

    Ive just begun reading Bradshaw's work...and I also realize her

    Ive just begun reading Bradshaw's work...and I also realize her writing is phenominal. Her characters are funny, real, totally believable!! Read Rainey Days, and then Rainey nights,,,you won't be disappointed!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2012

    Bella

    This book is a great read. One of my faves. I highly recommend it. U will not be disappointed!
    Lori El Paso TX

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  • Posted October 15, 2011

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    She's done it again

    Don't stop writing!!!

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