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In Unspeakable, actor Gary Cole (In the Line of Fire, American Gothic) effectively drawls his way through Sandra Brown's latest sultry suspense. Using his natural voice throughout the story, Gary's exceptional acting skills and creative inflection bring an enlivened clarity to the characters. Recently escaped from prison, Carl Herbold heads for Texas to take his revenge on his stepfather, Delray Corbett, who had a hand in convicting him. Corbett fears Carl's reprisal will endanger the lives of his widowed daughter-in-law, Anna, and her small son David. The aging rancher finds an ally in Jack Sawyer, a mysterious drifter all too familiar with Carl's devious capabilities. Jack is drawn to Anna, and the deaf woman's silence speaks to his heart--a heart burdened with a painful secret that may keep the two apart. This superbly abridged audio packs the powerful punch of its author--all the way to a masterful end. (Running time: five hours, four cassettes) --Kate Breslin --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A 20-year-old unsolved murder in a small East Texas town sets the stage for this fast-paced and romantically charged, if stiffly written, thriller, the latest (after Fat Tuesday) from the prolific Brown. Everyone in Blewer, Tex., assumes that the nefarious Herbold brothers, Carl and Cecil, murdered Patsy McCorkle two decades ago, but neither was ever charged with the killing. Carl, the more menacing brother, has spent those decades in an Arkansas prison for an unrelated crime. But now Carl has escaped and Blewer residents fear he might come back to town. Local rancher Delray Corbett has more to fear than mostAthe Herbolds are his estranged stepsons. So when drifter Jack Sawyer swaggers onto Delray's ranch looking for work, Delray hires him, thinking that Jack's presence will ease his mind regarding the safety of his deaf, widowed daughter-in-law, Anna, and her five-year-old son, David. But Delray doesn't know that Jake has a closer connection to Blewer, and to the Corbetts, than he's letting on. Brown's deftly plotted narrative twists and turns without losing hold of its suspense. Her characters are fully fleshed out, and she pays particular attention to Anna's situation as a deaf woman facing ignorance in a rural community. Some graphic sex and violence and the voices of these east Texan good (and bad) ol' boys animate this harrowing tale of crime, revenge and redemption. Major ad/promo; Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club main selections.
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
You are never sure where the lady is going next in her novels. An excellent story teller. The book was a very good read.Published 13 hours ago by Jane August, Author
We need more plots involving the physically challenged poopulation.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Sandra tells a great story....she keeps your attention while weaving an intricate series of events...recommended reading for all mystery buffs.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
The start of the book is not appealing, but I persevere because Sandra Brown has never let me down yet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by wanz