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Deathscape (Broslin Creek series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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National bestselling author Dana Marton writes fast-paced action-adventure romances that take her readers all over the globe. She is a Rita Award finalist and the winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence. She loves writing stories of intrigue, filled with dangerous plots that try her tough-as-nails heroes and the special women they fall in love with. Her books have been published in seven languages in eleven countries around the world.

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  • File Size: 726 KB
  • Print Length: 204 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dana Marton; 1 edition (January 2, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 2, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009YMJ2AO
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,689 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Dana Marton has thrilled and entertained millions of readers around the globe with her fast-paced stories about strong women and honorable men who fight side by side for justice and survival.

Kirkus Reviews calls her writing "compelling and honest." RT Book Review Magazine said, "Marton knows what makes a hero...her characters are sure to become reader favorites." Her writing has been acclaimed by critics, called, "gripping," "intense and chilling," "full of action," "a thrilling adventure," and wholeheartedly recommended to readers. Dana is the winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence, the Readers' Choice Award, and Best Intrigue, among other awards. Her book, TALL, DARK, AND LETHAL was nominated for the prestigious Rita Award. DEATHSCAPE reached the #1 spot on Amazon's Romantic Suspense Bestseller list.

Dana has a Master's degree in Writing Popular Fiction, and is continuously studying the art and craft of writing, attending several workshops, seminars and conferences each year. Her number one goal is to bring the best books she possibly can to her readers.

Keeping in touch with readers is Dana's favorite part of being an author. Please connect with her via her web site (www.danamarton.com) or her Facebook page (www.facebook.com/danamarton).

Having lived around the world, Dana currently creates her compelling stories in a small and lovely little town in Pennsylvania. The fictional town of her bestselling Broslin Creek series is based on her real life home where she fights her addictions to reading, garage sales, coffee and chocolate. If you know a good twelve-step program to help her with any of that, she'd be interested in hearing about it! :-)

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81 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Yazmin Rangel on October 30, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
This book was amazing. I have to be honest here. The first couple of pages kept me wondering what exactly was going on. But as soon as the 2 main characters cross paths everything comes together. When a book keeps me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down, it instantly becomes one of my favorites, and this one did just that. I couldn't pu it down until I found out who the killer was, and it kept me guessing until the very end. :)

Jack Sullivan is a detective only interested in finding the serial killer that killed his sister. Now he is sure of where the killer lives he just needs to find out who he is.

Since her own death from being underwater under ice for 20 minutes Ashley Price has been suffering from vicious headaches and visions of dead people that she just has to paint for it to go away. But now a vision has shown her a man that is not yet dead and she is going to try to save him. But after saving him she might just become the killer's next target.
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42 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Deb Chudzinski on October 30, 2012
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I was fortunate enough to receive and advanced reviewers copy of Dana's new book, Deathscape, I absolutely could not quit reading it, it was great! A single mother had a traumatic near death experience the year before that left her with some strange psychic abilities that make her feel that she is going crazy. Jack is a police officer that has been trailing a serial killer who killed his sister years earlier. You need to read this and see how Ashley and Jack handle her abilities and his obession in finding his sister's killer who now has Ashley in his sights. I loved this bok and hope that you willl also.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 22, 2012
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This book just did it for me. It had mystery, suspense, romance, and tension. I found the story gripping and the characters had depth. The only difficult part for me is that I have to stop reading and return to my job throughout the day and it's very hard to do if I'm at a very intense part of the story.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By liana on September 8, 2013
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I did not like either character in this book. I get that both of them had issues to work out, but they spent the entire book at odds. When they were together, and arguing, the author might throw in that they felt a twinge of something like desire for the other and that was pretty much it. They didn't really get together until the last 20 or so pages. I dislike romance books where the characters argue constantly and then the last few pages they're all of a sudden in love. I like my heroes and heroines to work together, drawing closer the whole time. They didn't connect at all for me. This would have been better as just a suspense novel, though that part wasn't that great either.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By mrs_goatman on October 7, 2013
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I'm not really going to recommend this one. Although it was another 99 cent Amazon purchase and a quick read, it ended and tied everything up too abruptly. Jack Sullivan was on a life crusade to find the serial killer of his sister 15 years ago. Ashley, an aspiring artist, has struggled to find normalcy after falling through ice a year ago and unable to rescue four-year old Dylan. Ashley was in a coma for a week, and since has had anxiety and panic attacks, causing her father to take temporary custody of her daughter, Maddie. Ashley is tormented by visions of people dying, and she's forced to paint them on canvas to rid herself of the images. Although it was fairly good, the last few chapters tried to tie up all the loose ends so quickly that it didn't seem plausible. That's my review :)
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Book lover on December 14, 2012
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Ashley Price, a talented young painter who has already managed to make a name for herself, was some time ago involved in an accident that left her for twenty minutes dead. However, the EMTs arriving at the scene managed to revive her. After this horrible incident Ashley can't paint anymore landscapes, which was her specialty, but she paints visions of murder victims that seem to take power over her and force her to paint them. To her surprise, one day these powers force her to paint a new victim who most obviously is still alive. Ashley recognizes the scenery of her painting and rushes to save the man. But Detective Jack Sullivan who is the saved victim isn't really persuaded by Ashley's explanations and believes that she is the accomplice of the serial killer he has been hunting for the last few years.

There were some "spiritual elements" which were well integrated into the plot, however, what happened to Ashley's ability when she finally found love and made peace with herself? I fully understood Jack's initial doubts concerning Ashley's paintings and I liked his explanation concerning her abilities but somehow this "change in mind" came very suddenly and surprisingly. Generally, the plot sometimes gave me the impression of being "unrefined". However, this was an interesting story line that according to my opinion wasn't fully developed - unfortunately.

Ashley was a likeable main character and I could relate to some extent to the stress and pain that was caused to her life due to her accident. I also liked the fact that she tried very hard to fight her "dark side". Exactly this was what Jack did as well. He tried to fight the dark sides of his life and job. Both main characters were well presented and definitely had some chemistry between them. Then why did they live their happiness so late in the book?

Not bad but could definitely be better.
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No, not really dark. My first nightmare was after seeing Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, so there are lots of books I can't read. I loved this story. Yes, it's suspenseful because there's a bad guy running around and doing evil things, but it's not nightmare-spooky even by my... Read More
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