Book Reviews of Mouth to Mouth

Mouth to Mouth
Mouth to Mouth
Author: Michael Kimball
ISBN-13: 9780380810291
ISBN-10: 0380810298
Publication Date: 2/2001
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This was an impulse buy, on sale at books-a-million, but it was suprisingly good. If you like suspense thrillers, you won't be sorry you tried this one.
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From the back of the book:
Ona beautiful summer day in Destin, Maine, Ellen Chambers watches helplessly as her beloved teenage daughter Moreen marries the worst possible man. Ellen - whose own marriage is crumbling, and who is desperately in need of a friend - knows her new son-in-law has violent tendencies and is certain to make Mo's life hell. As she wonders wistfully in silence if it's possible to get away with murder, a handsome young stranger, an uninvited wedding guest, leans in to her and whispers, "anything's possible."
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Had this book read within a few hours of receiving it. One of the best I have ever read. The suspense and ending was shocking!
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Great thriller! Keeps you on your seat until the very last page.
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Excellant book about families and the secrets some may hold and what it does to all there lives. Very very good book. Edge of the seat type book.
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All the elements of a good book.....eerie, thrilling with an ending that will leave you breathless!
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On a beautiful summer day in Destin, Maine, Ellen Chambers watches helplessly as her beloved teenage daughter Moreen marries the possible man. Ellen -- whose own marriage is crumbling, and who is desperately in need of a friend -- knows her new son-in-law has violent tendencies and is certain to make Mo's life hell. As she wonders wistfully in silence if it's possible to get away with murder, a handsome young stranger, an uninvited wedding guest, leans in to her and whisper's, "Anything's possible."
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Very good book. Kept me reading all night.