Dark Places

Dark Places

by Reavis Z Wortham

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BN ID: 2940151172332
Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Publication date: 09/01/2015
Series: Red River Mysteries , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 370
Sales rank: 1,224,077
File size: 352 KB

About the Author

As a boy, award-winning writer Reavis Z. Wortham hunted and fished the river bottoms near Chicota, Texas, the inspiration for his fictional Center Springs. The author of Doreen’s 24 HR Eat Gas Now Café as well as the acclaimed Red River mysteries, Reavis is humor editor and frequent contributor for Texas Fish and Game Magazine, writing on everything from fishing to deer hunting. His work has also appeared in American Cowboy, Texas Sporting Journal, and several other magazines. A retired educator of 35 years, he and wife Shana live in Frisco, Texas. www.reaviszwortham.com

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Dark Places 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
PoCoKat More than 1 year ago
Dark Places is the fifth novel in the Red River Mystery series by author Reavis Z. Wortham. This is a great series published by Poisoned Pen Press. I have immensely enjoyed the first four books in the series. Dark Places is a fabulous addition to this series. Reavis Z. Wortham is an excellent author who not only takes the reader back to the 1960s, he weaves a tale that is impossible to put down. The suspense was intense as he wove the different stories together. Young Top and Pepper are still front and center along with their older Parker relatives. The small town tale centered around the disappearance of two gentlemen, the hit and run of a resident and torrential rains that would not quit. And at the beginning of the tale, young Pepper was still yearning to follow all the young hippies out to San Francisco. Dark Places can easily stand alone but I highly recommend that you read this entire series. It is a wonderful journey back to the old timey world of small town Texas in the 1960s. Dark Places was a pleasure to read. I love these characters! Highly recommend!
Deb-Krenzer More than 1 year ago
This was my first book in what I realized was a series, but it did not hinder my reading enjoyment at all. There were several goobers in this story set in a small town in Texas. And I found myself laughing out loud numerous times while reading this. It had elements that reminded me of the Keystone Kops, The Three Stooges, Mayberry RFD, and an ending straight from Walton's Mountain itself. I thought it was going to be creepy, but it wasn't. It ended up being hilarious, backwards, fast paced, with page turning action that I could not put down. I seriously recommend this book and I definitely have to read the rest of this series. I feel my life is missing something big. Ha! Thanks Poisoned Pen Press and Net Galley for allowing me to read and review this e-galley in exchange for an honest review.