After a horrendous incident they never speak about, resident New Yorkers Corey Thomas and her younger brother find themselves at their quiet grandmother's farmhouse in Beechnut, Wisconsin. Corey, a dancer, finds a secret space and revels in the stolen moments of freedom she spends there. Lucas Walsh, deliberately awkward outcast, finds his direction when he sees her dance and forges the first-and only-friendship he will ever need. Ghostly figures in the fog, a nearly twenty-year-old disappearance, and dreams of the future beyond Beechnut guide them through the summertime in a winter place, before Corey's unforgettable past crashes down around them.
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About the Author
Julie Napier is the author of "Tender Thorn" and "Crocodile Rock." In addition to writing, she is a runner, artist, baker, and mother. She lives in the Bluegrass with her husband, Derrick, and their four beautiful little girls.
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Crocodile Rock based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Crocodile Rock was a great read. Reminded me in some ways of Gone Girl only with likable characters. Corey and Lucas seemed very real and I could feel the zing between them for sure. The twists of plot were shocking, at times. And the atmosphere was rich and well-written. I didn't find any downsides to this book except when it ended, I wanted more.