3 edition of Drowning Nets found in the catalog.
by Random House (UK)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||246|
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Drowning Tides is by Karen Harper. It is book two in the South Shores novel series. Drowning Nets book It is a haunting suspense. Claire Britton is a forensic psychologist who works for Nick Markwood, an attorney.
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Talese; pages; $25). If there was a sign, I missed it begins Elizabeth Blacks highly publicized debut, The Drowning House. Yea, if there was a sticker on the front of this book proclaiming it tired and tedious, I, too, missed it/5. Saving Fish From Drowning was not a novel, but an endurance test.
If I didn't have to facilitate a book group about this novel, I would not have read past the first 50 pages. I've heard great things about Amy Tan, and haven't read her other stuff -- and won't discount it based on this -- but lordy, I have no incentive to read her work now/5.
Saving Fish From Drowning I was neither intrigued by this book nor bored. The only reason I finished this book was because I had to for a class. granted the story was good and the relationship between the tourists were fun to watch unravel, but Tan drags the story on for far.
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Members register for free and can request review copies or be invited to review by the publisher. Drowning Ruth is a bestselling novel by Christina Schwarz, author of four books (as of ).
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The Drowning Pool is a difficult novel for me to recommend. From the first scene between Archer and his client RMcD lays a heavy hand on his usually much more deft touch. Detective and client, the true innocents in the book, engage in the usual hard-boiled banter but it's very strained and a Cited by: 5.
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