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Down the Darkest Road Hardcover – December 27, 2011
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Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
The Lawton family was once a happy family of four, husband and wife, with two daughters: Leslie and Leah, living a charmed life in Santa Barbara, California. Leslie being abducted has destroyed that. Lance, Lauren's husband couldn't take the pain of losing Leslie, and in a tragic accident, he drove off a mountain road two years after Leslie's disappearance. For the last four years, Lauren's main focus in life is finding a way to make the man responsible, Roland Ballencoa pay. Needing a change in scenery for both her and Leah, Lauren decides to leave Santa Barbara and move to a small college town north, Oak Knoll. This all seems to be working out well until Lauren thinks she sees Roland in Oak Knoll, at the grocery store! Has he followed them up there or is her mind, tired from grief and lack of sleep, playing tricks on her? Lauren drops everything and pursues him out of the parking lot to see if it's really him. This captures the attention of Detective Tony Mendez, whom we've already met in the past two books. He pulls Lauren over for her erratic driving. When Tony finds out whom Lauren is and who she thinks she's seen he goes to work finding out more about this case. Tony wants to know if this child predator has moved into his backyard, and what his plans are. Also, if there is a female around in distress, Tony is there to save the day (can I have a Tony, please?)!
This story is set in the same universe as Tami Hoag's previous novels Deeper than the Dead and Secrets to the Grave (Oak Knoll, #2).Read more ›
somewhat disappointed in the characters in this one. There was no
development of the Hewitt character and I was unsure of why he was
even needed, as he seemed an afterthought. I also was disappointed
in the fact that the cutting done by the daughter was never resolved.
I did enjoy catching up with Anne and her family and to see where
Mendez may be heading. If there is another one in this series, I will
probably read it, but I still feel that the author rushed this one.
Ms. Hoag can benefit from studying ROOM, by Emma Donaghue, where a similar tragedy is described in much more even diction.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I think tat tami hoag is about the best writer on the scene today. I Picked up one of her books on a used book table while waiting to be served at a resturant and was totally... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Frederick E. Busch
Guess I will read the 2nd one next. Tammy is great I couldn't put this book down. Stalker Turner stalker. Awesome read 1 down 2 to goPublished 2 months ago by Jennifer Gill
This is book 3 and i almost could not read it fast enough. All 3 were GREAT , Maybe book 4 is on the way ???????Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Makes one think that things bad can happen in real life. There is evil in the world. Just be careful.Published 3 months ago by Angela