Down River Perfect Paperback – 7 Aug 2008

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Product Description Review 'I don't always agree with the Richard & Judy recommendations but this time I am with them all the way. This book is a really classy thriller with a plot that is complex and beguiling without being too convoluted ... Whenever I thought that I had unravelled the plot another twist left me flummoxed and the solution had me blinking with surprise and admiration' [Hart] explores betrayal and forgiveness in indelible prose Hart spins a clever mystery and keeps skilful control of his plot 'Hart builds the suspense of this whodunit expertly' 'A Chandleresque thriller' 'A heart-pounding thriller that explores the dark side of human nature' 'A gripping thriller full of twists and turns' 'Hart proves here he is certainly no one-hit wonder' 'This is a big warm-hearted novel' The story works both as a suspenseful whodunit and as a sensitive rumination on the emotional force of family dynamics If you value Harper Lee James Lee Burke Truman Capote and Michael Malone its time to add John Hart to your bookshelves A novel about the power of family how it defines and follows us no matter how far or fast we run . . . Evocative storytelling and lush prose Splendid . . . a beautifully constructed story of personal redemption family secrets and murder a small-town epic if there is such a thing A taut entertaining thriller . . . there are few books published that can legitimately be called a must-read but this is one of them 'This pacy well-written mystery grabs you from the first page and keeps you there until the last.' **** 'The 'current hot kid of American crime fiction' Book Description Banished for a murder he didn't commit - now he's coming home See all Product Description

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