A Book of Suspense
(from NightOwl Reviews)
- Number: 9781476775470
- Release: May 31, 2016
- Author: Christine Carbo
- Availability: Print-Book
- Genre: Suspense
- Tags: * SUSP: Suspenseful / Action / Thriller
- Publisher: Atria Books/Marble Arch Press
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Christine Carbo is the author of THE WILD INSIDE, also set in Glacier National Park. She lives with her family in Whitefish, Montana.
Get prepared. You'll be on the edge of your chair every moment you're reading this book. If you love nature, this is the book for you. If you love suspense and mystery, this is the book for you. Nature is mysterious, beautiful. loving, nurturing and oh, so very unforgiving. The setting if Glacier National Park, beautiful and alluring. It just seems like every summer something tragic happens and Monty Harris, local police officer knows this isn't just a coincidence. Monty ends up investigating a fatal fall from the cliffs. It doesn't make sense. What is going on? Monty discovers that Paul Sedgewick was studying the wolverines in the park and some didn't care for that. Was his fall an accident? Or did it just look as such? In this mix is a teen rehabilitation center, located in the wilderness. Monty's older brother went to this rehab center. How is it connected? Dark secrets from Monty's past come to the surface. He thought he had put them to rest but are dark secrets ever laid to rest? What happens next? Another body!!!! This book is paced fast enough that you don't get bored and yet at a pace that you don't have to re-read previous pages to remember what is going on. You find yourself at Glacier National Park amid the beauty and the quietness, but remember nature can be mean and unforgiving. SO CAN PEOPLE!!! Will the mystery be solved? What is the reason people keep dying from apparent accidents every summer? Have you ever been to Going-To-The-Sun-Road? Accidents seem to happen here. Could you be next?
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, Christine Carbo and Night Owl Reviews in exchange for my unbiased review.
I would give this book 4.5 STARS.