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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE REBEKKA FRANCK-SERIES:
'It grips you from the beginning and doesn't let go until the end.' - Wine Relaxation and my Kindle
'It was an entertaining read and most importantly, Willow Rose created characters that I connected with and cared about.' - 2Book Lovers
'... kept me awake long into the night even when I had to be early to my office the following day...it was that good.' -Goodreads review
'This was the best series of books that I have ever read.' - Kindle reviewer
'It was hard not to buy the next book in the series. The story is addictive.' - Booklikes
'Her entire series is a page turner and so instantly addictive! LOVE LOVE LOVE all of these books!'- Kindle reviewer
'Couldn't sleep even if I wanted.'- Kindle reviewer
'WOW! Another macabre tale by Willow Rose to keep me awake at night!' - Kindle reviewer
'This series had me gripped through to the end. I'm looking forward to reading the other series she has written.'- Kindle reviewer
'You never know where the book is really going until the end, but you always know that the trip will be fun.' - Goodreads review
'Impossible to put down.' - Goodreads review
'It is FIVE starts start to finish.' - Booklikes
From the Author
- One, Two...He is coming for you (Rebekka Franck #1)
- Three, Four...Better lock your door (Rebekka Franck #2)
- Five, Six... Grab your crucifix (Rebekka Franck #3)
- Seven, Eight ... Gonna stay up late (Rebekka Franck#4)
- Nine, Ten ... Never sleep again (Rebekka Franck#5)
- Eleven, Twelve...Dig and Delve (Rebekka Franck#6)
- Thirteen, Fourteen ... Little Boy Unseen (Rebekka Franck#7)
- File size : 13915 KB
- Publication date : December 3, 2013
- Publisher : BUOY MEDIA (December 3, 2013)
- Print length : 662 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B00ANZ1JWA
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #72,954 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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One, Two ***
There is much that I liked about ONE, TWO … He is coming for you,
and one thing not so much. If you're looking for a fast read and are into the really nasty serial killer genre, this book is for you. It is well plotted and has very subtle foreshadowing of the ending. My only problem with the book is that it seemed to have random words missing here and there, but for the most part the word was easy enough to add as I read. I'm not sure if it is an idiomatic English issue or just a writer who thinks faster than she types.
I am by no means ready to give up on the Rebekka Franck series. Quick reads are a staple of a busy life and a passion for the printed word. Today I plan on starting the next book in the series THREE, FOUR … Better lock your door.
Three, Four ****
Rebekkah Franck has a nose for news and really bad taste in men. Here is a novel whose tautly crafted plot is the skeleton upon which the characters provide all the meat that is necessary to tell the story. THREE, FOUR is gristly and raw, and lends itself to my metaphor quite nicely.
When you see the titles in the Rebekkah Franck series, you immediately start singing the old nursery rhyme… One, two buckle my shoe; three four close the door, and so on. The titles also let you know that you are reading the books in the right order. There is enough continuity in this, the second book, for me to appreciate having read the first in the series. On the other hand, it is possible to pick this one up and get enough background while turning the pages to see what comes next.
For me, a good series needs a good back story. I often wait until it seems like there will be no new books added to a series so I can binge read them one after another. The back story needs to develop over time so that the characters do not stagnate. The back story here is both realistic and dynamic.
I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.
Five, Six ****
Willow Rose deserves to be called a scream queen. She grabs her readers from the very first page with some unimaginable horror. This prelude of horror, is then followed by a mundane look at the series' main character and those around her. These elements sit in stark contrast to each other. Rebekka Franck, hard-boiled Iraq/Afghanistan war correspondent, is actually a domestic mess. She worries about everything, and most especially about her daughter. If you've been following the series thus far, you understand why. However, to me, this mother and daughter relationship goes beyond rational. I guess that's because I raised my own kids to be independent.
I am still troubled by the somewhat sloppy editing. I can't quite decide if the misuse of prepositions is deliberate to add the flavor of foreignness, or just a lack of editing. Yet, it does not trouble me enough to stop reading these books. In this Rebekka Franck outing, Willow Rose has managed to align two very troubling issues of our times in a way that is both clever and more than a little disturbing. She is also very spare with her foreshadowing of the outcome. If you speculate on whodunit as you read, you won't get even a little bit close to the answer until pretty close to the end.
REBEKKA FRANCK MYSTERY SERIES..VOLUMES 1-3
Ok, I have a task for ya. Name two of your favorite mystery/thriller authors, now add Willow Rose and you will find your list is complete. You can't find a better author anywhere!
This being said, I guess I better review the book . As you can see this is a collection of three books:
ONE TWO...HE'S COMING FOR YOU
THREE FOUR...BETTER LOCK THE DOOR
FIVE SIX...FIVE SIX GRAB YOUR CRUCIFIX
Rebekka Franck is a reporter who has moved with her daughter back to her childhood home to live with her father following the break-up of her marriage. She gets a position with a much smaller newspaper and her adventures begin.
This is one of this authors many heroines and all of them are a great read, you won't be disappointed with any of them. I can recommend this series of books to anyone who wants non-stop action and a book you can't put down.
#1: is a really good series. This first one seemed a bit raw, like the author is maybe not too experienced yet (I'm not sure if this is one of her first books or not). It doesn't take away from the fact that it's a good story, a good mystery and the characters are very likable and well developed. And if you're a series fan, like me, there's nothing better than reading a series of books back to back to immerse yourself in the protagonist's life. This book has Rebekka Franck, journalist, on the trail of a murderer of wealthy men. She seems to be better at getting to the bottom of the connection of these men than the police do and she gets right in the middle of the investigation, along with her photographer, Sune. I would recommend this series for thriller/mystery readers. This wasn't my favorite of the series but it's still pretty good. Well deserving of the 4 stars.
#2: I've had this series sitting in my TBR pile ready to read for a while and I'm glad I finally got the time to read them. I'm halfway through now and I'm really enjoying the saga of protagonist Rebekka Franck, journalist. The author does a wonderful job of giving a great mystery, a good background story, and working on creating some really fleshed out characters. I could tell that the author had grown in her writing in this second book. I particularly liked this book as it had a psychological thriller edge to it. The whole who-done-it aspect kept me turning page after page while I lost track of time. If you like thrillers, particularly psychological thrillers, you should grab this book. Yes, you could even read this book as a stand alone, but I am recommending at least the first 3 books (all that I've read so far) as I'm really enjoying this series.
#3: I've had this series on my TBR list for a couple years and finally have had time to read it. I am devouring it very quickly too as the saga of journalist Rebekka Franck is really good. The author has done a wonderful job of fleshing out her character, and the others, and it's fun to see how her personal story has grown in these first three books. The best part is the exciting thriller storylines that the author has come up with. Not for the squeamish at all! Yikes! This book starts out with a man called "The Priest" from a well-known cult dying a horrific death. How and why did this occur? And will Rebekka be able to pull more information from the very private people of the cult than the police have gotten so far? As more and more people die of these mysteries deaths, others start to become sick too. This book kept me on the edge of my seat and the pace was so fast that the book was over before I knew it. I'm finding that this author is good at hooking the reader into the story and not letting go until the end--something that I can't get enough of. Can't wait to dig into book #4. Another great addition to the series. Could very well be read as a stand alone but if you're a thriller fan, read them all!
Top reviews from other countries
It really is a shame because your creativity is extremely good - but without a corresponding execution - your work is let down by the language errors.
However - your English is much better than my Danish! So I shouldn't be too critical - I love your ideas but to an ex-teacher the errors detract from your obvious talent for story-telling. A great shame!