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Angel Lost (A Dark Oak Mystery) Paperback – February 12, 2011
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Award winning author F.M. Meredith, also known as Marilyn Meredith, is the author of nearly thirty published novels. F. M. has been neighbors with and has many relatives who are in law enforcement, and for many years lived in a beach community with a strong resemblance to Rocky Bluff. Marilyn is a member of EPIC, Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and on the board of the Public Safety Writers of America. Visit her at http://fictionforyou.com and her blog at http://marilynmeredith.blogspot.com
Top customer reviews
The first 12 to 13 chapters is nothing more than telling about the many many characters and their past and present lives. It is filled with many details about what the characters look like, and the homes, streets, balconies, trees, neighborhoods, so so many things described in detail. There is NO mystery up to this point, just many chapters of all this set up stuff. And of course the unexplained Angel that appears in the furniture store window that no one can figure out how or why but all the towns people want to see it every night. That mystery never is solved even in the end, it is up to the reader and your own faith to figure out what that is about. Some of all the many side stories about the officers and their families are interesting, but as a whole I felt this book was boring....
It has a flasher, and a lost women with dementia, and a kidnapping, a wedding, many different things, but I got this book because I thought it was a mystery but it is more religious than I care to read about and not much of a mystery at all. More a biography of a police depts. employees, the calls they go on and the emotions they go through being a cop.
I do not recommend it sorry! Just didn't hold my interest.
There is never a dull moment in this lively series. Each book can be read as a stand-alone but you will want to come back again and again. You will become familiar with the people on the force and their spouses and children. And you will be amazed at the author's ability to take the disparate happenings she has thrown out there and turn them into a tightly-plotted book.
I love this series and highly recommend it. Come on over to Rocky Bluff. I guarantee an exciting visit.