Book Reviews of Rough Draft

Rough Draft
Rough Draft
Author: James W. Hall
ISBN-13: 9780312974923
ISBN-10: 0312974922
Publication Date: 1/15/2001
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 44 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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I was stumped till about the last 40 pages or so! This will keep you reading! Many twists and turns in this plot! Good reading!
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a real thriller, master of suspense
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I really liked this book. It had good suspense throughout, and actually surprised me at the end!
If you're a mystery addict like me, you'll like this book too>
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Enjoyed the book. A surprising "who done it".
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suspenseful and exciting
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Good book, not great. A page turner that will keep you guessing till the end.
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Excellent book! The suspense kept on til the end! First book I have read by this author and have ordered more.
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Very slow moving, too much description page after page, takes over half the book to get to the suspenseful pages and easy to lose interest by that time. I've read better.
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after the brutal murders of her parents hannah keller quit the maimi p,d, to devote more time to her son ,who discovered his grandparents bodies.a real life mystery that will hold your interest.
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after the brutal murders of her parents,mystery novelistHannah Keller quit the Miami P.D.to devote more time to writing ,and to her eleven-year-old son Randall_still haunted by the discovery of his grandparents bodies five years ago.but just when life seems to be calming down for Hannah,she finds a copy of one of her books, with crptic notes scribbled in its margins.Hannah,immediately sensing the connection to her parents deaths,is oon plunged into a harrowing search for answers-one that willdraw her and her son closer to danger
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Up until the end of the book I probably would have given at least 3 stars, but I just wasn't a huge fan of the ending. The book is well written and kept me interested, but still lacked something for me. Maybe it's that I didn't really connect with the main character. Also there was a plot point introduced that didn't ever get used/resolved, I don't want to give away any of the plot but it involves the FBI agent in charge of an operation taking place in the book. I think plenty of other people will enjoy this book, but since I didn't like the ending it kinda tainted the rest of the book.