Book Reviews of In the Forest of Harm

In the Forest of Harm
In the Forest of Harm
Author: Sallie Bissell
ISBN-13: 9780553801286
ISBN-10: 0553801287
Publication Date: 1/2/2001
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Hardcover
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If you are a hiker, camper, outdoors person, then you will love this book. But if you are a lover only of a good will love this book! Three women, two madnmen, one camping trip... Who can/will escape?! GREAT ADVENTURE!
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Mary "Killer" Crow is going home to NOrth Carolina. There the tough young Cherokee prosecutor and her two closest friends will hike a beautiful but demanding wilderness trail. They will be followed into the mountains by a man obsessed with revenge. And they will become the prey of another man, a ruthless predator, who thrills to the hunt. Soon they will be pushed to the limits of their endurance, and beyond, as they discover their own cihlling capacity for loyalty and violence.
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I just couldn't put this book down until a finished it (at 2:00 a.m.)! The book jumps right into the story and keeps going. No waiting around to see what the point is. It has some interesting twists; keeps you wondering who's going to come out of it alive.
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A little slow to start, but a good read.
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An entertaining thriller. Nothing too surprising or new, but a good read when you are looking for something entertaining but not challenging.
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She studied the cabin, yards away. Looking up at the hunter's moon, Mary had to smile at the irony: on one hand she was the hunter, on the other hand she was the prey.
RUN! The warning rippled inside her head. If he has a gun you'll be harder to shoot moving fast. She leaped out of the rushes and dashed across the meadow. . . . . .