It had lots of surprises and a very unexpected ending.
We watch as Simon makes one poor choice after another and I think he is supposed to have redeemed himself in the end but it doesn't quite seem convincing.
The characters - even the main character, Simon - never truly came to life, and felt a bit flat.
Reunion at Red Paint Bay is a vibrant and suspenseful read. Harrar writes with a precision and intensity found in few novelists of this genre. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mollie Welch
I typically finish everything - bad movies, bad books...but I can't do it this time. I concur with the reviewer that said the dialogue was really hokey - I'm listening to the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Blaire B.
I liked the writing and story but thought the ending abrupt. I thought there were lots of other possibilities
and was rather surprised when it was the end.
I enjoyed reading Reunion at Red Paint Bay. It had lots of surprises and a very unexpected ending.
I would like to read more of George Harrar's books.
On the surface, Reunion at Red Paint bay is a mystery – the kind that grabs you and pulls you through till the end. But it also makes you think. Is the truth the same for everyone? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert B Bellman
If you truly want to read a book about the psychological dissolution of a family, go for Judith Guest's Ordinary People. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Troll Under the Bridge
An expertly written psychological novel that keeps you turning the pages from beginning to end. It is an entertaining and thought-provoking read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stanley B. Gibson
Harrar leads us through scary, funny and eerily memory-provoking episodes in this thriller, revolving around hometown newspaper editor Simon Howe, family man with a past (we all... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Barbara VanScoyoc
It has a good story line for a mystery, but I cannot stand the hokey conversations that take place, especially between Simon and Amy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Thomas R. Thompson