Book Reviews of Quiet As The Grave (Signature Select)

Quiet As The Grave (Signature Select)
Quiet As The Grave - Signature Select
Author: Kathleen O'Brien
ISBN-13: 9780373836956
ISBN-10: 0373836953
Pages: 448
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book. The mystery in the book was a good one I couldn't quite figure out until the end, and I usually can early on. Story summary: Michael Frome's wife Justine goes missing and everyone thinks he was involved. 2 yrs later her body is found floating in their lake and everyone is clamoring to convict him except an old friend/crush Suzie. She decides to help him start investigating and they find out about a mysterious club with a dark side Justine belonged to. Could The Mulligan Club's seductive, dangerous games be to blame and will they find out too late?
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Did she take all of her secrets to her grave?
When desires become dangerous,love can be deadly.
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I have NEVER in all my life of reading been more disappointed in a novel than I was in this one. I thought that I knew what I was getting. I was secure in my knowledge that the '4 Seasons' books of Firefly Glen were great, happy, kind, even funny at times. I enjoyed the books immensely. I LOVED the characters. Even the less than lovable ones. This series was what I read romance for. Happy stories w/o the problems and stresses of today.
Saying all that, I was glad to see that there was a follow-up to the series that finished the story involving Mike and Suzie. DO NOT BE FOOLED. This is not a romance novel. It has disturbing violent scenes that stayed with me for days. That is not what I read romance novels for. I could listen to the nightly news for that. I am glad to know how the Mike/Suzie drama ended; however, anyone who thoroughly enjoyed the light- hearted romps thru Firefly Glen in books 1-4 should stop there. Book 5 will stay with you, and not in a good way.
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It was a little weird but then I am not too fond of mysteries in general. That said I wanted to finish up the series so I guess it was okay.