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Posted September 8, 2009
Ex reverend Noah Gibson is released from prison where he spent five years for vehicular homicide when two people were killed while he was driving drunk. Noah returns to his family home where his ex wife Rachel lives with her four year old daughter. Shortly after his release grisly murders begin with bible verses left of the victims sins and Noah become a suspect.
Problems I had:
*Rachel had lived in the town most of her life. Yet no one questioned Mallory's parentage during or after her pregnancy?
*What happened to Noah and Rachel's sons was never really explained nor was Noah's crime.
*Since when is a 59 year old woman an "old lady"?
Biggest problem? Editing was TERRIBLE! Wrong punctuation, words omitted or repeated, wrong names. Ex: Cora for Alice or Rachel for Mallory. I had the same problem with Hunter Morgan's "The Other Twin". And with MANY other books. I truly must look for work as a proof reader as no one else seems to be doing it!
Posted November 3, 2006
Another great mystery from Hunter Morgan. The reader is kept guessing until the very end and the continuous suspense keeps you from putting this book down until it's read. Can't wait for Ms. Morgan's next suspense!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 30, 2006
A series of grisly crimes. A husband who has become a virtual stranger to his wife. A small town filled with shadows and secrets. And most terrifying of all, an avenger who makes his victims pay the ultimate price for their 'sins.' Master story-teller Hunter Morgan is at her intriguing best in this finely crafted romantic suspense. As always, her characters are vibrant, her attention to detail is unparalleled. As a forensic psychologist, I appreciate her keen understanding of the criminal mind, her insights into psychopathic behavior. She explores the strange delusions, the eerie 'command hallucinations' that can invade a fragile mind, triggering acts of shocking brutality. She lays bare psychopathy in such a way that makes it completely believable and compelling to the reader. Don't miss her latest sizzling tale of suspense.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 20, 2006
Hunter Morgan's latest novel will make sleep difficult. This is a chilling story. I read it in one sitting. Morgan has the ability to take Every Woman, walk her through terror, and bring her safely out the other side. If you love suspense, don't miss 'Unspoken Fear'.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
Rachel accompanied by her four year old daughter Mallory arrives at the Sussex County Correctional Facility to take home her former spouse Noah, who spent five years there for vehicular homicide while driving under the influence. Noah, an ex-priest, blames himself for his still beloved Rachel no longer smiling while also pondering who the father of the little girl is. His two children with Rachel are both dead.---------------------- Not long after Noah returns to the vineyard home of his parents where Rachel, Mallory, and idiot savant Mattie McConnell live, someone stones their neighbor Johnny Leger to death. Detective Chief Snowden Calloway and Detective Sergeant Delilah Swift believe Noah knows something about the homicide, but is not forthcoming with information. As they make inquiries, Noah wonders if he might be dangerous as he blacked-out at the time the murder occurred.----------- This is a terrific thriller that from the start has the audience wondering if a fallen angel is doing the killing yet with potential paranormal intervention, the tale holds together as a police procedural mostly from the perspectives of Noah and Rachel. The story line is fast-paced as Noah holds himself at fault for what happened especially as he sees the sadness of Rachel and how much Mattie displays he let him down too. The strong support cast keeps the thriller from collapsing into a maudlin serial killer second chance at love if he is not the culprit. Though at times over the top, especially with Azrael and the voice, fans will enjoy Hunter Morgan¿s solid tale.------------ Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 16, 2011
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