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by Sandra Brown

eBook Lethal ePub
Author: Sandra Brown
Language: English
ISBN: 1455510823
ISBN13: 978-1455510825
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; Reprint edition (January 24, 2012)
Pages: 480
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 619
Formats: mbr txt azw lit
ePub file: 1546 kb
Fb2 file: 1418 kb

In LETHAL Honor Gillette discovers the ‘sick’ man in her yard is Lee Coburn, a man accused of murdering seven people the night before. It’s been several years since I set a book in Louisiana.

In LETHAL Honor Gillette discovers the ‘sick’ man in her yard is Lee Coburn, a man accused of murdering seven people the night before. He promises Honor that she and her daughter won’t be hurt as long as she does everything he asks. She has no choice but to accept him at his word. WHITE HOT was the last, and that was 2004. The changes that area has undergone influenced the plot for my new suspense novel, LETHAL.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When her four year old daughter informs her a sick man is in their yard, Honor Gillette rushes out to help him. But that sick man turns out to be Lee Coburn.

I will read another Sandra Brown book, maybe even another couple, looking for books of hers with more of that feeling at the end of the book.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). I will read another Sandra Brown book, maybe even another couple, looking for books of hers with more of that feeling at the end of the book. 8 people found this helpful.

Inside were a flashlight and a paperback novel but no lethal weapon. He motioned with his chin for her to lead him from the room.

If you enjoy Sandra Brown books then you will definitely love this on. LETHAL is my second book by Ms. Brown. It was a suspenseful adventure with low romance but a fun plot twist towards the end of the story.

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Читать бесплатно Lethal Sandra Brown. A TV, but no cable hookup. Nothing personal in the whole damn place. No notepad, calendar, address book. Текст этой книги доступен онлайн: dd as soon as I’m finished with the icing. Emily beamed, then her face puckered with concern. Who’s sick? The man. What man? In the yard.

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When her four year old daughter informs her a sick man is in their yard, Honor Gillette rushes out to help him. But that "sick" man turns out to be Lee Coburn, the man accused of murdering seven people the night before. Dangerous, desperate, and armed, he promises Honor that she and her daughter won't be hurt as long as she does everything he asks. She has no choice but to accept him at his word.But Honor soon discovers that even those close to her can't be trusted. Coburn claims that her beloved late husband possessed something extremely valuable that places Honor and her daughter in grave danger. Coburn is there to retrieve it -- at any cost. From FBI offices in Washington, D.C., to a rundown shrimp boat in coastal Louisiana, Coburn and Honor run for their lives from the very people sworn to protect them, and unravel a web of corruption and depravity that threatens not only them, but the fabric of our society
Vuzahn
I enjoyed this book well enough but it seems others found it a lot more interesting than I did.

It kept my interest well enough to keep reading and finish but I was never so caught up in it I couldn't put it down to get a cup of tea, and I never got involved to the point that I felt any tension. A thriller is supposed to provide some tension at some point, so that was a little disappointing.

The hero character worked, the heroine mostly worked. The plot was sound - I didn't have to put up with inane plot contortions designed to "force" the two characters together into a romance - thank you Sandra, thank you so much. That rubbish always gets on my nerves, and is one of the biggest reasons I avoid most romance (and John Ringo novels). The sexual attraction and tension grew out of what was happening, without taking over the story and the behaviour of both characters rang true for the most part.

I wouldn't have minded some more action, and a bit more grit to the action there was. But this is where I think the problem with genre creep comes in - no thriller reader would comment, like one reviewer, that there was too much violence. That was a romance reader straying too far from their comfort zone. I, on the other hand, am a thriller reader and there was not quite enough "thrill" for my taste.

Depending how you look at it, Ms Brown got it right as a cross-genre novel, or didn't quite get it right for either.

Strangely enough it was the ending - the one that seems to have annoyed so many people? - that I appreciated most. Up until that point it had been predictable and even bland in parts - but that ending lifted the overall tone of the book for me.

It is possible that Ms Brown is on the verge of moving from "romance with some thriller" to "thriller" and is temporarily at a stage where neither genre group is fully satisfied. I have not read enough of her novels to know. If she does move to straight thriller, I think they will be more to my taste. In fact as I write this I am hoping she does and I find myself looking forward to what she might come up with.

I will read another Sandra Brown book, maybe even another couple, looking for books of hers with more of that feeling at the end of the book.
Malarad
was recommended by a co-worker. I've never read Sandra Brown before and thought the writing style was fine. Co-worker went on and on about the plot twists. Maybe they built it up too much, but the twists were more like slow turns. Felt the characters and story line were too typical, brooding handsome man with dark past but heart of gold and the beautiful woman who is stronger than she realizes thrown together in a dangerous situation where they finally allow their deep passion for each other lead to drawn out sex scene and eventually, the overthrowing of the bad guys. Not sure if this is considered one of the authors better works but doubt I would pick up other books based on this one.
Tuliancel
Excellent story, grabs your interest at the beginning. The "bad" guy is almost likeable from the start and the likeability grows. The main characters were all interesting and seemed well rounded, but beyond that you get dumped into a new chapter or section with another person and might not get back to the main characters for a while. There are a lot of extras in the book. Lots of surprises. I would have preferred a little more romance, but I wasn't upset about how little we got -- maybe because there was so much of Lee's thinking to take your mind off of it. However, I was so disappointed in the ending. All I can say is I need another book with either these characters or a book where they are prominent so that I can have the ending I would have expected. I honestly wondered if my book was missing pages when I remembered I was reading on the Kindle! Except for the occasional unnecessary violence that pops up in Ms. Brown's books, I love everything about her writing and stories. Mirror Image and Charade are the two that I recommend to anyone who hasn't read her books. I look forward to her books and I'm always satisfied with the mystery, the amount of suspense, and the romance -- always a good mix. Lethal just didn't have what I would call a complete ending -- I know what I think Ms. Brown wants us to think, but I would have liked two more paragraphs, two more pages, something.
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