Superstition By Karen Robards – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews , awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Superstition by Karen Robards – book cover, description, publication history. Superstition by Karen Robards Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Sunny, idyllic, and picture perfect, until a tabloid news program airs a splashy.
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I thought the end was a bit muddle since too many crimes were all mixed up together and solved a bit too neatly.
Looking for More Great Reads? See all 76 reviews. All robard all, I found this book to be quite disappointing. Read it Forward Read it first. Fifteen years ago idyllic Pawley’s Island, South Carolina, was rocked kkaren the unsolved, grisly murder of teenager Tara Mitchell and the subsequent disappearance of her two friends. Wonderful a truly enjoyable author that is why I continue to buy her books I hope to read many more, of the same quality.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. It seemed like it was mainly the hero and heroine falling in love or not at times and then randomly the background supeerstition would contribute a little entertainment to the story. The book was pretty good. The Fifth Doctrine The Guardian.
Pawleys Island hides a dark history of a shocking cold case: Sensing her big break, Sparks fly when a brutal killer comes out of hiding Sid was the new killer, and Vince was the old killer, w Just finished this book and I’m torn between giving it 3 or 4 stars, since I want to give it 3.
Didn’t like the narrator saying things like “Media-types,” “Official-types,”Publicity t I liked this book a lot. Added by 1 of our members.
If you have checked the reviews on Karen’s books, you’ll see that I’ve read all her books. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Sep 05, Vicki rated it liked it.
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The Ultimatum The Guardian Book 1. This story follows the usual Karen Robards style with thrilling drama, steamy romance, and a touching dose of humor that keeps the reader engaged and interested. Preview — Superstition by Karen Robards. Just finished this book and I’m torn between giving it 3 or 4 stars, since I want to give it 3. I would have loved more along this line. That level of detail in a book rarely of ever adds anything of value to the story.
I was expecting a lot more investigating, more surprises and information. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Kagen Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. The bad guy was a little too all knowing though.
I did enjoy it; the mystery had me guessing almost until the answers were rrobards, and katen there was an additional revelation, but I found that almost too pat, too contrived. As the two lead their separate investigations, Joe and Nicky become increasingly attracted to one another. Return to Book Page. The writing as always from Ms. Joe and Nicky spend as much time arguing over who will solve the case as they do staring “hotly” at one another, but ironically, neither succeeds in solving anything.
Loved the story line and the characters! I enjoyed the story anyway and it kept my attention throughout.
Read more Read less. A killer has come out of hiding in this haunting novel by New York Times bestselling author Karen Robards.
The leading man and woman were interesting, but some of the peripheral characters were played up in one portion of the story, only to be virtually ignored for the remainder of the book. Sparks fly when a brutal killer comes out of hiding Nicky, with the help of her psychic mother, intends to revisit the scene of a year-old unsolved murder, but Mayor Vince Capra will do anything—even enlist the local police—to keep the program from airing.
But something goes terribly wrong during the segment, and a young woman is murdered in the exact same manner as Tara Mitchell was fifteen years earlier.
Didn’t like the narrator saying things like “Media-types,” “Official-types,”Publicity types.