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House On Butcher Harbor Paperback – October 29, 2010
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Previously Lisa was the Thorsby Community Columnist for the Clanton Advertiser. She has stepped away from that position to concentrate on finishing the novels in the Butcher Harbor series. HOUSE ON BUTCHER HARBOR fans requested a second book which is now almost complete. Look for Pirates Cover, Butcher Harbor Book Two out by Christmas if not sooner. Follow Lisa on: twitter at www.twitter.com/lisalewismoon facebook.com/lisalewismoon.authorpage Http://www.houseonbutcherharbor.blogspot.com Comments about this book may be sent to email@example.com and will be forwarded to the author. The author encourages discussion and comments about her book at any of the above sites.
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Brenda Berryhill Psychologist/Author
The protagonist, Claire, grew up in the house and returns to face her mother and old fears about the house. Claire is a fun heroine because she cannot grocery shop, forgets to shower, and is dependent on others to keep the details of her life together. Her possible new love interest, Dogg, has a funny name when coupled with his occupation. Both of the characters lend humor to the story when it becomes too tense. Her old boyfriend has something he wants her to remember. The characters are well-drawn, especially since they have foibles. Claire develops an enviable skill when it comes to living safely in a haunted house.
At least two excellent writing skills stand out in this book. The first skill is a remarkable way of talking about the sea, which plays a central role in the story. Secondly, there is much good to be said for the mysteries of the story and how they are timed. As one mystery is solved, another mystery moves to the foreground, leapfrogging along at a good pace, making the story mysterious right to the end.
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Claire Templeton left home at 18 wanting never to return. However, 7 years later she is forced to go back to Templeton house after her mother is...Read more