Available August 19: Mean Streak
There’s no stopping point in Sandra Brown’s latest mystery-suspense – so be ready for an all-nighter.
- If you like books you just can’t put down
- If you like a good modern-day mystery-suspense
- If you’re a fan of Sandra Brown
Here’s my Rankings:
- 3/5 for characters
- 5/5 for plot
- 4/5 overall
- Steaminess: 3 of 5 (see our scale here)
REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:
Marathon-running pediatrician Emory C. is driven, respected and now she’s been whacked on the head and is stranded in a shack in the North Carolina mountains. As in many of her best-selling mystery-suspense novels, Sandra Brown weaves in so many possible suspects with a variety of different motives; The most obvious happens to be her pseudo-captor, a man who won’t even give his name. It’s not possible to put this book down – it’s just not possible. And just when you think you’re getting to a good stopping point (at 1 a.m.!), she throws you for another twist and you end up having to finish to book.
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