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UNDERTOW (The Julesburg Mysteries, Book 3
     

UNDERTOW (The Julesburg Mysteries, Book 3

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by Lorena McCourtney
 

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Angie Harrison has fled a glamorous life as a New York model to come to Julesburg, where her brother and sister-in-law live. Telling herself her past is behind her, she buys the local weekly newspaper. She immediately becomes interested in doing an article on the old Nevermore Theater because of the tales of murder, suicide, and deadly accidents happening to anyone

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Angie Harrison has fled a glamorous life as a New York model to come to Julesburg, where her brother and sister-in-law live. Telling herself her past is behind her, she buys the local weekly newspaper. She immediately becomes interested in doing an article on the old Nevermore Theater because of the tales of murder, suicide, and deadly accidents happening to anyone connected with it.

But Angie's past is not behind her. Her New York love, rich and controlling Burke, won't let her go, and the reappearance of an even earlier love adds more complications. Her good friend back in New York, Kristi, is murdered. And the deepest secret of her past returns to haunt her.

It all comes together in a riveting climax connected with the Nevermore, which has secrets of its own and an eagerness to claim another victim.

UNDERTOW is the third book in the Julesburg Mysteries, a 3-book series of Christian romantic mystery and suspense set on the rugged Oregon coast. (Earlier published in paperback.)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013546974
Publisher:
Lorena McCourtney
Publication date:
11/27/2011
Series:
The Julesburg Mysteries
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
173,819
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Lorena McCourtney is the author of 41 published books, mostly in the genres of Christian mystery and romance. She and her husband live in southern Oregon.

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Undertow (Julesburg Mysteries #3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A need to begin a new life drives Angie Harrison to leave behind a promising, but costly modeling career to buy a newspaper in a small Oregon town. She has plans for opening its office in an old, haunted theater, but she is not strictly in control of what is to be. Old deaths cry out for justice, and a new murder,that of one of Angie's own friends, demand justice. Angie is determined to find out the truth. Maybe solving the case will drown out the pain that has kept her far from God and from those who love her. .................... Angie will have to face death in more ways than one before she learns the truth, and before she faces it. In a life and death moment, she realizes that she only has one chance to find salvation, even if she can not escape with her life. ................. *** This is a powerful, gritty novel that dares to have very flawed and human characters. White washed saints have no place here. Ms. McCourtney frankly lets readers know that Christians are real, and sinful people who need forgiveness. ***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just like all the books by Lorena McCourtney. I hope she'll write more in the Ivy Malone Series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not rating this book quite as high as the previous two in the series, only because it was more predictable than the first two. It was a fun read and it's always nice to read stories about people who are seeking God in their lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great story!!
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Great mystery!
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I liked this story it made me think about my lifes endevors
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the whole series. Love the author also.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lorena McCourtney is such a natural story teller...this was a great series!
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