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Return to Crutcher Mountain (Cedar Hollow Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Punch Me Up to the Gods" by Brian Broome
"One of the most electrifying, powerful, simply spectacular memoirs I—or you— have ever read." —Augusten Burroughs Learn more
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About the Author
Clayton also authored Blessed Are the Wholly Broken and Making Amends, two dark tales of tragedy and suspense.
In addition to writing, Clayton has an Ed.D. in Special Education Administration and is a licensed psychotherapist in the states of Florida and Colorado.
- ASIN : B00DTE7HHS
- Publisher : Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC; 3rd edition (November 13, 2013)
- Publication date : November 13, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 3780 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 280 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #288,414 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It was great to see Jessie who is much older in this story then when she was in Appalachian Justice with Billy Mae, a wonderful character and I am thrilled that this 2nd story keep's us readers connected with remembering Billy Mae and reminded me of the clique that "you can't judge a book by it's cover" I must add neither can you judge a person for who they are.
I loved both stories but I have to say that this book didn't have the depth as a few of the character's and the turmoil's and heart and gut wrenching story that Appalachian Justice had. The descriptions of the area, the attitudes and the love and abhorring of some of people. I am not disappointed with Return to Crutcher Mountain at all it just seemed to be a lighter read for me. Saying all that I must add that I will continue reading what ever Melinda writes with out reading the descriptions as she has real talent and can draw readers in from the very beginning to the very end of her stories. Her stories have great meaning's to them which will touch your heart and soul. I loved not knowing how the ending was going to turn out also.
I'd recommend reading Appalachian Justice before reading Return to Crutcher Mountain only because you can see what Jessie's life was like growing up. I loved all the kid's in this story and all the kid's touched my heart and Robby was quite a character. Great story Melinda and you have me hooked as a fan for sure. I hope there is someway you can continue the characters from both books into another story. If not I will continue reading your stories because you have me hooked on your writing :>)
I highly recommend both of Melinda Clayton's books.
Return to Crutcher Mountain
For Billie May and Jessie Crutcher Mountain was a `healing place' and as such Jessie has founded a camp for developmentally disabled children allowing the mountain to continue it's magic. When odd things start happening Jessie is determined to find out what is happening. Someone wants her back there, the mystery is who and why. Although it is not necessary to read Appalachian Justice, I think it does enrich this story to know the back ground.
Melinda Clayton has woven a remarkable suspense with fully developed characters that jump off the page. Michael and Robbie were wonderful additions to this story. I loved the fact that Crutcher Mountain is still working its magic and Jessie is still benefitting from it. She is able to learn some things about her past that she was unaware of and this starts her journey to true healing. I really didn't think I would like this story as well as Appalachian Justice, but it is just so different from the first I couldn't help but love it also.