Fever Moon

Fever Moon

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Fever Moon 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
soullygrounded More than 1 year ago
Takes place in rural Louisiana during WWII; the characters are real and the plot and story line encompass so much of the folklore and superstitions held by the native peoples who settled that area. I look forward to read more of her books as she brings her characters alive like a great writer should.
iPodReader More than 1 year ago
Wonderful depiction of a Louisiana bayou town at the end of World War Two. The protagonist, Raymond, is deputy sheriff who is suffering from a form of what we might call PTSD today after returning from the war. He encounters real danger in the form of local superstitions which threaten the life of a woman suspected of murder. Raymond persists in his investigation, along the way encountering villains, the love of a good woman with a shady occupation and support he can barely bring himself to accept from those who know and love him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written thriller that kept me interested to the end. Very descriptive, you feel like you are in the middle of the action
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Did not care for this.
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Rockport_rocker More than 1 year ago
Fascinating suspense. Darker than her "Sara Booth Delaney, Bones" stories. Excellent writing as always.
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Didn't see the end coming, but really just wanted the book to be over. It was well-written, but just not sympathetic characters.
masez More than 1 year ago
Ripping good read! Set in the Louisiana bayou--with all its inherent superstitions & folkore. Great characters, well drawn, fully developed, fully formed. We "know" even the lesser actors in this drama. Thoroughly enjoyable. I will truly read more from Carolyn Haines. If all her mysteries are this enthralling, I will have a new writer to go on my "anytime" list.
Loweva More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the period setting, dialogue, and suspence.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this book and looking forward to reading more books by Carolyn Haines.
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Mike_C48 More than 1 year ago
With a great story, compelling characters, and wonderful Louisiana-swamp color set during World War II, Carolyn Haines has hit another one "out of the park"! I couldn't put it down, and the only part I didn't like was when I got to the end because I wanted to keep reading. Is a loup-garou, a werewolf, on the loose, or are there man-made causes to the gruesome murders? Deputy Sheriff Raymond Thibodeaux must find out. Raymond, deeply flawed by his battle experiences and the combat loss of his younger brother, must deal with his own demons while peeling back the layers of deceit and corruption in New Iberia, Louisiana.
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This was an enjoyable read. The author does a wonderful job of creating atmosphere and building tension. The Louisiana swamps are alive as are the age old superstitions held by inhabitants of the area!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story. The characters are well written and the story kept me guessing till the end. I definitely recommend it.
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