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Posted September 2, 2012
Posted August 30, 2012
I began looking forward to Through a Yellow Wood when I
learned the author was writing a sequel to Hemlock Lake.
There's something about juxtaposing murder and malice with a beautiful,
remote setting that heightens suspense. The books certainly work as
stand-alones, as another reviewer noted, but the pleasure is deepened as
we become more familiar with Dan Stone and his relationships, including
those with his memorable canine friend Nelson and a ghostly presence.
Strong plot, characters we really care about (or loathe), a setting both
lovely and chilling - elements that make for a very satisfying read.
Posted August 13, 2012
This is Rose's best novel yet. They just keep getting better and better. Lots of suspense to the very end. I'm looking forward to her continuation of the refuge seriesWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.