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Deadly Secrets #2020

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  • Title: Deadly Secrets
  • Author: Frank Richardson
  • ISBN: 9781621089
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2020-04-16T13:17:45+00:00

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    1. I thought this was a great story, although probably implausible It dealt with many heavy issues rape, homelessness, stalking, murder, war, etc So I wouldn t recommend it to young teens I thought it was a little slow in places, but when I got close to end, I couldn t put it down.



    2. I throughly enjoyed this book It was sad but with a message of hope, and it was exciting with suspense while still being about the characters and not the action


    3. I was at Deseret Book a couple of weeks ago and decided to buy some books on CD since I am always in my car I am so glad I picked this one up It was wonderful.Rick Street started his life out a little rough He has lived on the street for years, and he is a survivor He wants to better his life, but doesn t quite know how to go about it One night Rick follows another street guy by the name of Slice Rick is sure Slice is up to no good, and this time he has a young woman with him Rick follows him, a [...]


    4. So much drama Why does Rick think he needs to marry Nicole Actually, why does everyone think he needs to marry Nicole I feel like I m being dragged around a story that the author wants, instead of being told a story that flowsUm Why am I reading a scrapbook You had to pull out the GQ model card Raggedy homeless man to GQ model Of course Here s to hoping that the line and all went black isn t used in some form or another Am I the only one who knows exactly where this is headed Throw me something [...]


    5. This book dealt with too many heavy issues homelessness, war, stalking, murder, etc and it made it hard to want to read I think if it had light hearted moments it would have been easier for me The few romantic moments felt awkward too Overall, I thought the idea of the book was interesting.


    6. This was a great read It kept my attention from beginning to end While it dealt with some heavy subjects, war,homelessness, stalkings, murder and adoptions of twins who end up with polar opposite lives, it was truly fascinating


    7. Not my favorite LDS suspense novel, and it went on a little too long, but overall a fun read even if the heroine drove me crazy It s certainly an interesting premise and Richardson seems to love dramatic suspense, for the reader puts everything together way before the main characters.


    8. Fantastic read It was a page turner from the beginning to the end Mystery is unraveling and suspense is building throughout Well developed, realistic characters.


    9. It was okay but a little too over the top for me to really enjoy it I like stories that are believable There were way too many unlikely connections between the characters in this book.



    10. Fascinating mystery mixed with romance well written from a man s perspective I particularly loved the background of SLC s approach to its homeless situations Great read.


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