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Heaven Is High (2011)

by Kate Wilhelm(Favorite Author)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 3
0312658605 (ISBN13: 9780312658601)
Minotaur Books
Barbara Holloway
review 1: I liked the main character Barbara's personality. Because this was the first book I've read in this series, I had no previous knowledge of the characters. I did not think it detracted from the plot. I enjoyd the movement of the story from the US to Belize and back again. The plot moved along quite well and the characters Barbara meets along the way added to the story. I listened to this book on tape, while execising. It kept me interested so my time flew by on the treadmill. I will read other books in the series, but will start at the beginning so I can see how the author has developed Barbara character.
review 2: Barbara Holloway has been asked by former pro football player Martin Owens and his wife Binnie seeks her help in finding Binnie’s biologi
... morecal mother’s true identity to prove that she was born in Belize and hot Haiti. Binnie must learn her identity before she is deported. If deported to Haiti she’ll be sold into prostitution. Barbara, believing that the search for information is will be a minor expedition but once she arrives finds she has placed herself in a dangerous situation. Heaven Is High is an excellent read in spite of Carrington MacDuffie’s storytelling. less
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The writing is pedestrian, but the setting--Belize--piqued my interest enough to finish this.
An OK thriller. It's always fun to read a book set in a local, familiar area.
I listened to this book with a Playaway format. I enjoyed the book.
First one I've read in this series. Pretty good.
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