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 5 months 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 5 months 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 10 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 10 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 13 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 16 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 16 months ago by Thomas R. Thompson