Book Reviews of If She Should Die

If She Should Die
If She Should Die
Author: Carlene Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780312983130
ISBN-10: 0312983131
Publication Date: 12/2003
Pages: 432
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This was a page turner. I stayed up nearly all night to finish it.

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As expected from Carlene Thompson (see ALL FALL DOWN and SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE) IF SHE SHOULD DIE readers receive an exciting action-packed thriller. The story line is fast paced, but contains a strong cast especially the lead couple and several secondary players. Several short flashbacks enable the reader to understand Dara. Though the killer comes out of nowhere forcing a lengthy explanation of motives, suspense thriller fans will enjoy Ms. Thompson's fine novel.
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A sister disappears and her sibling finds her diary that unlocks a whole world that she didn't know exsisted.
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This is the first book I've read by this author. Once the story pulled me in, I couldn't put it down. I really liked the loving, protective relationship between Christine & her brother. I had a hard time figuring out who the killer was, as it could have been several people. It was a suspenseful story from the very beginning.
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Good mystery mixed with some romance. Couldn't put it down once I started.
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Beneath the moons eerie midnight glow she dances alone. somebody sees her there by the creek. somebody wants to watch her dance ... and die
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Twisted.
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nice quick read...
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Is the body her sister? If not, who has been sending the letters? A fast read with good characters. The book club hardcover is the only hardcover published.
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Hardback. Good mystery.
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Three years have passed since exotic Dara Prince disappeared from Winston, WV. Now a body has been found in the creek. A body, Christine Ireland suspects is her adopted sister Dara. Deputy Sheriff Michael Winter certainly seems to think so. But if Dara's dead, who's been sending Ames Prince the letters he treasures always with a different post mark and always signed with his missing daughter's initial? When Dara's diary unexpectedly turns up, Christine is plunged into her lost sister's dark and mysterious world. As past meets present people who knew Dara are meeting tragic fates.
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Three years have passed since exotic, willful Dara Prince disappeared from Winston, West Virginia, leaving a note saying she'd run away. Now a body has been found in the creek. A body, Christine Ireland suspects, that could very well belong to her adopted sister Dara. Deputy Sheriff Michael Winter certainly seems to think so. But if Dara's dead, who's been sending Ames Prince the letters he cherishes: always with a different postmark and always signed with his missing daughter's initial?

When Dara's diary turns up unexpectedly, Christine is plunged into her lost sister's dark and mysterious world. Clearly, in the days before her disappearance, Dara was certain somebody was stalking her. As past melds hauntingly with present, people who knew Dara are meeting tragic fates. Now, someone is watching Christine's every move-perhaps just the way they watched Dara, right before she died. If, indeed, she really did die..........
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Three years have passed since exotic, willful Dara Prince disappeared from Winston, West Virginia, leaving a note saying she'd run away. Now a body has been found in the creek. A body, Christine Ireland suspects, that could very well belong to her adopted sister Dara. Deputy Sheriff Michael Winter certainly seems to think so. But if Dara's dead, who's been sending Ames Prince the letters he cherishes: always with a different postmark and always signed with his missing daughter's initial.
When Dara's diary turns up unexpectedly, Christine is plunged into her lost sister's dark and mysterious world. Clearly, in the days before her disappearance, Dara was certain somebody was stalking her.
As pasts melds hauntingly with present, people who knew Dara are meeting tragic fates. Now, someone is watching Christine's every move---perhaps just the way they once watched Dara, right before she died. If, indeed, she really did die. . .