Book Reviews of Red Leaves (Red Leaves)

Red Leaves (Red Leaves)
Red Leaves - Red Leaves
Author: Paullina Simons
ISBN-13: 9780312962258
ISBN-10: 0312962258
Publication Date: 8/15/1997
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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the intrigue in this novel is that the mystery isn't the murder. You know its going to happen. The mystery is in the details of the life of the main character. A compelling story. the suspense will keep you guessing to the very end!
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The compelling story of four college friends and the dark secrets that tie them to each other. I loved this book! I was drawn in from page one. It's mystery, suspense, and unexpected twists and turns. This is one of the best books I've read this year! Highly recommend!
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Excellant story line; a real page-turner.
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LibraryThing Early Reviewer:
This was a hard-to-put-down book about four Dartmouth College students named Kristina, Albert, Jim and Conni who were very close friends. When Kristina is found frozen in the snow after nine days, it sparks a murder investigation filled with secrets, lies and betrayal. This book is a haunting and intriguing story of friends who knew Kristina was missing but were filled with denial, cowardice, and chilling indifference. Detective Spencer O'Malley is bound and determined to find out how these close friends can react this way to Kristina's murder. With many twists and turns, the reader is on a roller coaster ride as O'Malley gets the answers to many riveting questions.
This book was first published in 1996 and will be republished in 2017. I found this book to be very intense with dark overtones but the suspense kept the pages turning. I look forward to reading more from this author and highly recommend this book to those who love mystery thrillers with lots of shocking secrets.
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Jude Devaraux proves love is a miracle in this heaven-sent tale of a small-town librarian's enchanting discovery of her true soul mate.
Emily Jane Todd just found her guardian angel. Actually, she had just been stood up by her fiance when she ran into the errant angel with her car. And though he appears unscathed, "Michael" insists that his pedigree is legitimate. Emily just hopes his brain hasn't been too scrambled in the accident; besides, she's not inclined to believe that an angel could be so dangerously sexy. But Michael is about to show her many things that she might never had believed in.. the power of love and laughter, and the rare beauty of her soul. Emily's ready to risk heaven in his arms, and their journey will break every angelic and earthly rule begore it yields her one wish: a love divine.
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With her stunning debut novel Tully,Paulina Simons was acclaimed as one of the most exciting new talents to emerge in years.
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4 College friends linked for life by dark secrets that stalk them as they try to move on in life...
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Really good book. Have read it several times.