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A Face At The Window (2008)

by Sarah Graves(Favorite Author)
3.7 of 5 Votes: 3
0553806793 (ISBN13: 9780553806793)
Home Repair is Homicide
review 1: This is not just another story in the series. The passages dealing with Helen's abduction & escape are extraordinary. Also, the thugs who are the minor characters are very well done. Anthony is a sympathetic character even though he follows most of Marky's orders. The characters, even little Lee, are all consistent and believable. The author produced a well thought-out plot and credible character development. A few household repairs also gave the book consistency with the series.
review 2: I enjoyed A Face in the Window as an audiobook. The reader in this version did a good job of using different voices for the various characters in the story. A very suspenseful read involving Jacobia (Jake), who is left home alone by her friends and family, and who must deal w
... moreith her niece and the babysitter being kidnapped. The book is set in Maine, which must be a beautiful place, at least according to this book and several others I've read with a Maine location. Even though this was part of a continuing series, I had no difficulty reading this book as my first by this writer. I would categorize this work as suspense, rather than as a mystery. Now I think I'll try another by this author, Sarah Graves. less
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Absolutely riveting! The best of the series by far!
Into her whole series.. great book..
dumb, one of the worst I've read
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