Bestseller Hoag’s so-so third thriller set in the small California community of Oak Knoll (after ‘s Secrets to the Grave) focuses on. A woman will do whatever it takes to uncover the truth about her missing daughter in this taut thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Tami. Praise. Praise for Down the Darkest Road “Eerie, suspenseful, tragic, and thought provoking.”—USA Today “A mesmerizing psychological.
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hoagg We had so many points of views in this book and I wish that we had just stuck with the mother and detective in this one. Other than that I was not really blown away by the book. I know that you read this series for the sexy Vince Leon, but he and Anne have a small role in this one.
Down the Darkest Road Author s: Tom Clancy Power and Empire. Some families, however much they try, aren’t strong enough or don’t have a support structure much as Lauren Lawton didn’t have. This book affected me in more ways than one although the premise was different with the end result being the same. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
If you love suspense, I highly recommend this novel! Lauren Lawton’s family is torn apart when her 16 year old daughter, Leslie, goes missing. Most of all she misses her old partner, Sam Kovac. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List.
Is she a horrible Bitch that won’t leave them alone or is she justified in her feelings. Apparently murderers and serial killers love the place. I feel a little cheated, but then ohag, I did do it to myself.
Aside from all that, the characters are unbelievable, the pace glacial, the dialogue repetitive, and the ending is over-the-top and cartoonish. Sam is distracted by an especially brutal double homicide: Sep 25, Bonnie Wilson rated it did not like it. All I know is that I’m thankful it can be read as a stand alone.
Books on Tape Availability: About Down the Darkest Road A woman will do whatever it takes to uncover the truth about her missing daughter in this taut thriller from 1 New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag. Since I got an eReader, I rarely grab books at the grocery store any more.
Down the Darkest Road
Other books in the series. The first pages seemed to be just a set up for the final 75 page finale. One person found this helpful. Nikki’s case, the unsolved murder of a family man, community leader, and decorated sex crimes detective for the Minneapolis PD, is less of a distraction: Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Marce, If you like that kind of description, you need to start with the first in the series, although they could all stand alone.
This was definitely a he Interested in more of my darjest The Lawton family was once a happy family of four, husband and wife, with two daughters: Imagine having your sixteen-year old daughter abducted; disappear without knowing if or where she’s alive.
Jul 11, Aaron rated it did not like it.
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I wanted to kill the bad guy several times over. She comes equipped with quite a foul mouth, yet despite this, she didn’t come across as simply disgusting.
Hardback Editions February Again not one of my favorite’s from Tami Hoag. I’m not gonna lie.
Down the Darkest Road (Oak Knoll, #3) by Tami Hoag
At the same time the characters grew into more desperate people as time went on and as a reader was quite intrigued as they began to change roles. A cast of interesting characters are mixed and varied in this story with one of my favourites being Danni Tanner.
But when Lauren’s suspect turns up in the same city, it feels to all the world that history is about to repeat itself. Lauren drops everything and pursues him out of the parking lot to see if it’s really him. This is the situation Lauren Lawton finds herself in for the last four years.
She knows it’s Roland Ballencoa, she’s told the police it’s him, but without proof he can’t be charged.
I’d go with Deeper Than the Dead to begin. But there is not a shred of evidence against this person. One thing I hated was his name, however, this was a personal thing, so I doubt anyone felt the same way.