Book Reviews of The Secret Sister

The Secret Sister
The Secret Sister
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
ISBN-13: 9780060511104
ISBN-10: 0060511109
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 169 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 8
The beauty of a Lowell book is I always learn something new even while enjoying a facinating plot and entertaining characters. This book does all that and more. Don't know how I missed it the first time around but I'm thankful to this book club for bringing it to me.
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Helpful Score: 4
This book is well-written and held my interest. It also had great background info on the Anasazi and portions of the West. A good read.
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Helpful Score: 3
Suspenseful read by one of my favorite authors...
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Helpful Score: 3
Elizabeth Lowell is another favorite. Always excellent. This one proves the old adage that no matter what, kin is kin.
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Helpful Score: 3
This is one of her earlier books published under the name Ann Maxwell.
She definitely has improved over time. Her later ones are much better.
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Helpful Score: 1
I liked this book. The story was interesting and well written. I got a little bogged down in the details of the archeology stuff, but still a good read.
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Helpful Score: 1
One of Lowell's best. Nonstop action and good romantic suspense.
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Helpful Score: 1
Usual Lowell style. Good read.
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Another author that is somewhat new to me, but I'll be reading more of her work!
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Lowell is a master.
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Excellant Romance-suspense
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A classic thriller reborn from one of the premier names in romantic suspense.
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Mystery novel. Always a winner.
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Christy's sister Jo-Jo needs her help, but when Christy arrives, Jo-Jo has vanished. Good suspense.
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Christy McKenna receives a desperate plea for help from her sister whom she hasn't spoken to in 12 years. When Christy goes looking for her sister she finds Jo has disappeared. Christy allies herself with outlaw archaeologist, Aaron Cain. They chase a fortune in Native American artifacts and the answers Christy's looking for.
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Christy McKenna recieves messages from her ong estranged sister. Even though she hasn't seen Jo-Jo in 12 years, Christy travels from NYC to Colorado. There she becomes embroiled with an archeologist, Aaron Cain, and a Native American mystery. Good read, typical Lowell.
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The message greetin fashion writeh Christy McKenna fills her with apprehension. Twelve Years have passed since she last heard for her estranged sister the celevrated supermodel known to and admiring world as Jo It had been bad news then it would be bad news now.
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The message gretting fashion writer Christy Mckenna fills her with apprehension. Twelve years have passed since she last heard from her estranged sister, the celebrated supermodel known to an admiring world as "Jo." It had been bad news then; it would be bad news now. A desperate plea from the one person she cannot refuse is drawing Christy fro Manhattan to the mysterious red-rock canyon of the Four Corners country-but too late for Jo, who has banished without a trace. Suddenly trapped in a world of perilous secrets, in a West she thought she'd escaped forever, Christy's only ally is the outlaw archaeologist Aaron Cain-who could ultimately be a friend, a lover, or a threat-as they chase a fortune in ancient Native American artifacts...and the answers to a strange dissapearance that could be the death of them all.
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"Call Jo-Jo, Urgent." The message greeting fashion writer Christy McKenna fills her with apprehension. Twelve years have passed since she last heard from her estranged sister. A desperate plea from the one person she cannot refuse is drawing Christy from Manhattan to the mysterious red-rock canyons of the Four Corners country, but too late for Jo, who has vanished without a trace.Suddenly trapped in a world of perilous secrets, in a west she thought she'd escaped forever, Christy's only ally is the outlaw archaeologist Aaron Cain, who could ultimately be a fried, a lover, or a threat.
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A desperate call from the sister that she cannot refuse. Christy is drawn to a dangerous stranger chasing a fortune in Native American artifacts.
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Brand new book, it was a Christmas gift from a family member.I have not read it, it is not my type of genre.
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Book Description: "The message greeting fashion writer Christy McKenna fills her with apprehension. Twelve years have passed since she last heard from her estranged sister, the celebrated supermodel known to an admiring world as "Jo." It had been bad news then; it would be bad news now.

A desperate plea from the one person she cannot refuse is drawing Christy from Manhattan to the mysterious red-rock canyons of the Four Corners country -- but too late for Jo, who has vanished without a trace. Suddenly trapped in a world of perilous secrets, in a West she thought she'd escaped forever, Christy's only ally is the outlaw archaeologist Aaron Cain -- who could ultimately be a friend, a lover, or a threat -- as they chase a fortune in ancient Native American artifacts ... and the answers to a strange disappearance that could be the death of them all."