The Admirer's Secret

The Admirer's Secret

by Pamela Crane

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ISBN-13: 9781940662145
Publisher: Tabella House
Publication date: 10/02/2018
Series: The Mental Madness Suspense Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 292
Sales rank: 17,159
File size: 607 KB

About the Author

PAMELA CRANE is a professional juggler. Not the type of juggler who can toss flaming torches in the air, but a juggler of four kids, a writing addiction, a horse rescuer, and a book editor by trade. She lives on the edge (ask her Arabian horse about that—he’ll tell you all about their wild adventures while trying to train him) and she writes on the edge. Writing murder mysteries is her escape from the real world of dirty diapers and cleaning horse stalls, and she bases her characters on real people, so be warned!

She is a USA Today best-selling author of several award-winning thrillers, including Pretty Ugly Lies, a story about what makes modern moms snap, and the multi-award-winning amateur sleuth crime thriller series, The Little Things That Kill Series. You can find her full collection of dark, broody books on her website at www.pamelacrane.com, and grab a FREE book while you're at it.

See why Pamela's fans on Goodreads compare her to authors like Karin Slaughter and Alafair Burke, saying, "Pamela Crane writes with passion; you can feel the emotions and inner feelings of her characters," and "She's an author that grabbed my attention."

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The Admirer's Secret 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Theresa_F More than 1 year ago
Free book for free review Haley Montgomery discovered what it was like to lose those we love at a young age. First her Friend Jake then her father, at the young age of 11. One way she tries to escape from her pain is writing, this is where she escapes and tries to deal with her grief. Her dream is to be a screenwriter someday. Many years later Haley is 27, still living in her small home town of Westfield, New York. Haley works as a secretary for a law firm and just recently started a writing class. She was over joyed to see her Allen Michaels a Hollywood screenwriter and Producer was teaching her class. Allen was swept off his feet with Haley, but Haley has eyes on one IT guy, Marc Vincetti. Allen, like Haley has a few secrets and a few skeletons in the closet. Haley soon starts receiving letters from an a admirer, she is caught up in the haunting, passionate writing and soon starts to find the writer of these letters. Is it Marc the IT guy or Allen the Hollywood screenwriter ?  This is where the story starts twisting and turning and one you will not want to put down ! I have so much I want to say about this book BUT it would spoil it for everyone. This was a fascinating read, one that I could not put down. I was caught up in the story line from page one. I loved the forgiveness aspect that was added, without forgiveness we just become bitter. Pamela did a wonderful job writing and I will be looking for more books by her!  Wende :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book shares with a love story between two likable characters--Haley and Marc--until creepy mysterious Hollywood icon Allen Michaels enters the picture and suddenly the plot intensifies as strange happenings occur to the male protagonist Marc. We're caught amid a love triangle that deepens as sinister love letters appear and threats come to fruition. What makes the book unique, however, is the insight into the mind of the villain, the mental illness that shadows this character. The motivation behind the illness stands up to scrutiny, attesting to the truth of Ms. Crane's personal experience with mental illness, as she confesses to readers at the end of the book. The characterization evokes an appropriate sympathy while the plot maintains adequate pacing for a romantic suspense. The theme of forgiveness resounds at the closing, delivering a hoped-for happily ever after. Ms. Crane's commercially appropriate writing style is flavored with literary flourishes that will appeal to the senses without overdosing the narrative. I give Ms. Crane's "The Admirer's Secret" five stars for its engaging plotline, relatable characters, credible motive, captivating setting, and unexpected twist ending. The story possesses all of the components of a captivating romantic thriller, and then some. Kudos, Ms. Crane, for sharing your tale, and sharing it well.
KenL4 6 months ago
Haley is scarred from her Father's death. She falls into a world of her own. In her mine, she and Marc, the computer service tech, are in a relationship. She writes letters to herself and feels they are from Marc. This novel leads you into Haley's world void of reality. The novel is written in a way you want to keep reading to see what occurs next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An outstanding psychological suspense story that offers a twist you won't expect. It's a wonderful blend of romance, thriller, and mystery. An engaging 5-star novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Read! Shocking Ending! Keep reading till the end. I would order right away.