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by David Adams Richards,Leonard Foglia

eBook 1 Ragged Ridge Road ePub
Author: David Adams Richards,Leonard Foglia
Language: English
ISBN: 0671003542
ISBN13: 978-0671003548
Publisher: Atria; First Edition edition (August 1, 1997)
Pages: 352
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 851
Formats: mobi mbr lrf azw
ePub file: 1270 kb
Fb2 file: 1458 kb

1 Ragged Ridge Road book.

1 Ragged Ridge Road book.

The International Bestseller first Published in Spain and subsequently Brazil, Poland, Russia and Mexico where it spent 10 weeks on the bestseller list.

About Leonard Foglia: LEONARD FOGLIA is co-author, with David Richards of the mystery novels 1 RAGGED RIDGE ROAD . Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Leonard Foglia's books.

About Leonard Foglia: LEONARD FOGLIA is co-author, with David Richards of the mystery novels 1 RAGGED RIDGE ROAD, FACE DOWN IN THE PARK  .

In their second successful collaboration (after 1 Ragged Ridge Road), Tony Award-winning director Foglia (Master Class) and former cultural correspondent for the Washington Post Richards create as protagonist a man attacked in New York and robbed of his wallet, his identity an. .

In their second successful collaboration (after 1 Ragged Ridge Road), Tony Award-winning director Foglia (Master Class) and former cultural correspondent for the Washington Post Richards create as protagonist a man attacked in New York and robbed of his wallet, his identity and his memory. Having been knocked unconscious in Central Park, perhaps the victim of attempted murder, Brent Stevens is clueless as to his former life.

com User, February 6, 2000. However, when I finished it I wished there were more, just because I became so attached to the characters.

2. 1 Ragged Ridge Road. Foglia, Leonard, Richards, David Adams. Published by Pocket (1998). ISBN 10: 0671003550 ISBN 13: 9780671003555.

Foglia, Leonard; Richards, David, 1940 .

Foglia, Leonard; Richards, David, 1940-. Mansions, Learning disabled children, Murder. New York : Pocket Books. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on September 20, 2011.

Take this absorbing book to the beach but be sure to get home before dark.

1 ragged ridge road, face down in the park, the sudarium trilogy: the surrogate, the son, the savior. Tasty enough to tempt you into wantin. ore - The New York Times. A juicy mystery that deserves to be the beach read of the summer. Take this absorbing book to the beach but be sure to get home before dark. I devoured 1 RAGGED RIDGE ROAD with the same gusto I've shown to a not-quite-defrosted Sara Lee cake. The St. Petersburg Times.

Find nearly any book by Leonard Foglia. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Leonard Foglia, David Adams Richards. 1 Ragged Ridge Road: ISBN 9780671003555 (978-0-671-00355-5) Softcover, Pocket, 1998. Face Down In The Park. ISBN 9780671027285 (978-0-671-02728-5) Hardcover, Atria, 1999.

With American theater director Leonard Foglia, Richards co-authored the 1997 suspense novel 1 Ragged Ridge Road. David Adams Richards. Atheist Debate: Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins Conversation about Science Religion and new atheism. ISBN 978-0671003555) In 2011 With Leonard Foglia, Richards co-authored the 2011 suspense novel trilogy The Sudarium Trilogy. YouTube Encyclopedic. The Life, Career, and Writing of Christopher Hitchens: Religious and Political Opinions (2007).

Estranged from her husband, Carol Robbins and her young son transform a mansion into the Christmas Inn bed and breakfast, before learning of the bizarre, unsolved double murder of the mansion's former owners
Delari
The story goes from 70 years ago, then changes to today, back and forth. Carol Roblins and her husband Blake buy an old Victorian mansion called the Kennedy mansion in rural Pennsylvania. Blake is in the Army and is assigned to Germany for a year while Carol and their son stay at home. Carol starts to renovate the old mansion to make a Bed and Breakfast Inn out of it, as she gets more and more involved into the mystery of the original owners deaths strange things happen!
Winn
A very well written story about a young wife, Carol Roblins, and her military husband, who buy an old dilapidated mansion in which, decades ago, a horrible crime was committed.
When her husband goes to Germany on a mission, she decides to restore the old mansion and little by little, she discovers the history of the family that built her.
With a healthy dose of mistery and suspense, the authors guide us through memories of the murderer woven into Carol's day-to-day life as she restores the house and turns it into an inn, while discovering the events that ended the life of the former owners of the mansion.
Andronrad
This kept me on the edge of my seat with its intricate web of twists and turns. The book slowly unveiled the murder mystery through intriguing bits and pieces of past lives throughout the book, ranging from those of Veronica Kennedy, and her husband to that of the mysterious killer. Every hidden clue seemed to lead to another one but helped eventually uncover the old 70-year-old murder mystery in that small town. This was very well-written and is actually one of the best mystery novels that I've read in a long time. I only gave it 4 stars because of my slight disappointment with what we discover about Veronica Kennedy and her true nature later on in the book. I was also disappointed to see the troublesome demise of a friend of Carol Roblin. However, the ending was unpredictable and you will find that the killer is not who you'd think it is. I really admire the unpredictability of the plot. Overall, it was a very fascinating read and I look forward to reading more books in the near future from these authors.
mr.Mine
The author did an excellent job of switching back and forth between the two generations. A murder was committed in the mansion that Carol and her husband Blake buy for a very low price. They know that extensive renovations are needed just to turn it into a bed and breakfast. Not everyone in the town is anxious for them to move in and start renovating. Blake, who is in the service is sent to Germany and Carol is left alone with their son to work alone. She is determined bring the mansion back to the way it looked when Mrs. Kennedy lived there to find out who killed Mrs. Kennedy 70 years ago.
It is an excellent read and can't even guess who the murderer was until the end.
Ariurin
Compelling. Stand-alone that is easy to follow. The clearly marked chapters bounce between past and present.

No graphic violence or drag-you-down drama.

Intriguing storyline with plenty of twists throughout. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Entertaining dialogue.

No desire to re-read this story. I am interested in other works by these authors.
Hucama
Okay, somewhere I got the impression that this story involved a haunted house and/or tortured spirits. Such is not the case, although that is not the authors' fault. This is a story about a woman who refurbished an old house and tries to solve the murder mystery of seventy years ago. I thought the heroine to be a little naive for a married woman and mother and other characters seemed somewhat cliche. Most annoying to me was endless, unnecessary descriptions. Toward the end I would scan several pages just to get the gist of the scene. This was an okay story with an implausible ending. But, hey, I finished it so it held my attention, at least.
Erienan
I really enjoyed this novel though the numerous typos caused a bit of confusion and, by the last half of the book, became an aggravation.
The story itself held my interest throughout. The authors handled the time shifts superbly, weaving the tragedy of over half a century ago into the present-day situation of restoring the beautiful old mansion while looking after an emotionally challenged son and having a husband who is employed out of country. On top of that, local politics created another layer of challenges that proved to have deadly repercussions.
Errors aside, an excellent read!
I did enjoy 1 Ragged Ridge Road, To see if Our heroine would be able to restore the mansion and succeed raising her son, on her own. Her husband is away on assignment for the Army and she is left to make a home, rebuild the old house, she fell in love with.
Having rehabbed a couple of houses, with my husband, struck a chord with me.
Trying to figure out the person who caused all of the mystery and misery so many years ago, kept my attention. There were a few side surprises along the way.
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