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Thursday, July 1, 2010


Joseph Vaughan and his friends try to stop a serial killer in his home town, but, after being unsuccessful, he flees to New York, where, ten years later, he finds himself investigating another murder with links to the original killer.

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Danette said...

This one really made me think and had some great plot twists, but what I really liked was the beautiful prose--you don't see that in a mystery very often.

Kate said...

This book is almost mezmerizing in the prose and the story. It was hard to put down. During the day I found myself wondering what was going to happen when I resumed reading later on. I looked up R.J. Ellory's web page, and was surprised to find out he is from England. There were a couple of phrases that I wasn't sure one would have heard in the 40s or 40s but that took nothing from the novel. Great ending!

marissa said...

I just wasn't able to get into it.


Anonymous said...

It was beautifully written, just too depressing. I suffered a great loss, my son passed & so maybe I am not a good judge on this book.

Anonymous said...

VEry different.

Heidi Brown said...

"A Quiet Belief in Angels"... the title of this book suggested to me that despite the bad things that were happening in this small town, that it would be linked back to how faith and hope held them together.
NOT the case.
I also didn't agree with the frequent usage of the F word. Overall, not worth the time invested in reading it.

Britt said...

This is possibly my favorite of this round.

my full review