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The Crush: WITH Hello Darkness epub

by Sandra Brown


The Crush: WITH Hello Darkness epub

ISBN: 0340922176

ISBN13: 978-0340922170

Author: Sandra Brown

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Hodder (2006)

Pages: 896 pages

ePUB book: 1956 kb

FB2 book: 1122 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 590

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just Hello, Darkness I have read many Sandra Brown books and I have to say this one was very disappointing

just Hello, Darkness. It's so hard not to sing the song with this title. Anywho, I liked what Sandra Brown did with this one. She was able to create five male suspects (well, maybe 2 of them were too weak to be the culprit but still) to keep me on my toes. I have read many Sandra Brown books and I have to say this one was very disappointing. She usually keeps on topic and makes it, so you don't want to put it down or can't wait to pick it up again. I left the book sitting there for weeks because it just did not keep my attention.

Hello, Darkness starts out with a bang and keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat throughout the whole boo. hrills . Hello, Darkness provides a disturbing speculation. hrills chills and sexual tension. At the risk of sounding preachy, parents must become more vigilant and monitor what their children are doing from the seeming safety of their rooms. I’ll be honest with you.

Sandra Brown e ripped it to shreds. Chapter Twenty She was a small woman. The hands twisting the damp tissue could have belonged to a child. Her legs were crossed at the ankles and tucked beneath the chair. She was as jittery as a piano student at a recital, awaiting her turn to play. Curtis introduced them. Toni Armstrong, this is Dr. Dean Malloy. How do you do, Mrs. Armstrong?

Tense and compelling right up to the chilling climax, Hello, Darkness is suspense at its very best, by the author USA TODAY dubbed a masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats.

The Crush, Hello, Darkness book. Sandra Brown is the author of more than sixty New York Times bestsellers, including STING (2016), FRICTION (2015), MEAN STREAK (2014), DEADLINE(2013), & LOW PRESSURE (2012), LETHAL (2011). Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information.

The crush ; Hello, darkness. by. Brown, Sandra, 1948-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

The Crush, Hello Darkness Omnibus: WITH Hello Darkness. The book is perfectly readable and fit for use, although it shows signs of previous ownership

The Crush, Hello Darkness Omnibus: WITH Hello Darkness. Published by Hodder Paperbacks (2006). ISBN 10: 0340922176 ISBN 13: 9780340922170. The book is perfectly readable and fit for use, although it shows signs of previous ownership. The spine is likely creased and the cover scuffed or slightly torn. Textbooks will typically have an amount of underlining and/or highlighting, as well as notes. If this book is over 5 years old, then please expect the pages to be yellowing or to have age spots. The cover of is slightly damaged for instance a torn or bent corner.

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Loved it.
Sandra Brown always produces a book full of love and mystery. This is another one of those which is suspenseful, anxiety producing (when you are enthralled) and very well written. Tte plot involves a serial killer who develops a crush on a doctor who is also the romantic subject of a policeman trying to catch the killer. This produces some very interesting twists and turns that will keep the reader entertained as well as on the edge. I really liked the book as an excellent example of the blend of romance and mystery.
Wick and Rennie are a delightful pair. This one is the last of Brown's books for me. Not my favorite, but still a solid story with just the right twists and turns to keep me on the edge. My only problem with the story relates to Rennie's self blame for the death of her father's partner. As a doctor, she should surely be cognizant of the clear abuse she endured as a child. This book was written when child sexual abuse was openly acknowledged, so I am having difficulty with Brown's dropping the ball. Still enjoyed it though.
THE CRUSH by Sandra Brown ranks as one of her best. The two main characters were developed well and quickly brought to life through Brown’s genius. The story begins with Dr. Rennie Newton, a brilliant and beautiful surgeon, performing her civic duty as foreperson on a jury that acquits a well known and life-long contract killer, Ricky Lozada. Days after the trial ended, Dr. Newton’s colleague and fellow surgeon, Dr. Lee Howell, is found murdered in the hospital parking lot. Doctors Newton and Howell had been in competition for the job as chief of surgery at the hospital. An undercurrent builds against Dr. Newton as the person somehow responsible for the demise of Dr. Howell. During Lozada’s trial he had become obsessed with foreperson, Dr. Rennie Newton. Following his acquittal, he stalked her, showered her with dozens of unwanted roses, phone calls and scary love notes. Fort Worth PD detective, Oren Wesley, suspects Dr. Newton’s involvement in the Howell murder and asks former detective, Wick Threadgill, who is on temporary suspension, to come back to Fort Worth and assist him in solving Dr. Howell’s murder. Wesley also suspects Lozada is involved in Howell’s murder. Wick has good reason to return in that Lozada is suspected of murdering his brother, Joe, a FWPD detective months earlier. Wick Threadgill soon becomes romantically involved with Dr. Rennie Newton. This complicates and impedes the FWPD’s pursuit of the case. Without giving away the twists and turns and the excitement that comes with each page, I will say only that I very much enjoyed the narrative and the characters who I hope Sandra Brown chooses to use again in a follow up sequel. It is not a complicated story and has few participants but you will enjoy the mystery and the romance for its simplicity and intrigue. I give the book a 5-star rating.
The Crush--I downloaded the sample and thought it would be another great book by Sandra Brown. I was wrong, once purchased it slowed to a crawl and I had to push myself to keep reading. Sandra Brown is usually such a good author. The book was slow moving and the characters not very believable. What good looking, successful doctor would have no social life? That character could have been developed and it would have added to the book. The detectives were boring and not very likable. However, we all have times when our work is not our best, I will continue reading Sandra Brown because nine times out of ten her books are a hit and very worth five stars!
The plot is a little thin and predictable. The characters, however, are likable although a little stereotypical. I can only assume that Ms. Brown is running out of names considering the monikers with which she endowed them. She is quite a prolific author. This volume pales in comparison to the only other one of hers that I have read, which was Mean Streak. Now THAT was a good book. I recommend this only because it does keep you turning the pages to see how it turns out. See if you can pick out where one character never saw a particular turning point coming, because I think most people would have expected it.
To anyone who watches CSI or Bones or Law and Order and so on, the actions of the police throughout the first half of the book are both unbelievable and irritatingly negligent. Maybe this was written long ago; I didn't check. But, got better in 2nd half - some surprises, some things easy to see coming. Still, book is fast-paced, and leads are interesting.
While not thrilled with this book, it is well-written and compelling enough for me to go check out her other books.
The biggest problem I had with this book was the characters. Wick was in self-destruct mode from the beginning of the book and all the hints about Rennie's past drove me nuts. When Rennie's past was finally revealed it was a anit climatic. It was an ok read, but not a book I want to read again.