Book Reviews of Snow Angel

Snow Angel
Snow Angel
Author: Thom Racina
ISBN-13: 9780451185990
ISBN-10: 0451185994
Publication Date: 9/1/1997
Pages: 415
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Onyx Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A real page turner
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Very interesting read. Moves fast, holds your attention. I am just not sure I liked it.
Julia Larsen has stepped into a nightmare. What was supposed to have been a joyous family reunion has become deadly, as she finds her parents' bloody corpses inside their secluded mountain retreat. Julia, estranged from her husband, turns to long time friend Matthew Hinson, a charismatic and handsome man to whom she's always been attracted. Blah, Blah.....Why are the women in books like these always portrayed so STUPIDLY???? I would like to ask the authors sometime.......but that is just my opinion.
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It was good and interesting
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Keeps you turning the pages with a twist at the end.
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Chilling suspense novel
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not as good at the madman's diary, but sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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A chilling cliff-hanger chase. A double murder. A shocking trial. A woman betrayed...chilling suspense. I enjoyed this book a lot. It held my interest.
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Julia Larsen stepped into a nightmare. It was suupose to be a terrific family reunion became deadly when she finds her parents bloodied corpes inside their secluded mountain retreat. Julia, estranged from her husband turns to her longtime friend Matthew Hinson, a good look looing and charismatic man to whom she has always been attracted. Then Matt is arrested for the murders. Julia is the only one who believes he is innocent. When the trial began there is a media circus, she is caught between passion and doubt. Has Matt been framed, or is he the brilliant killer the police clain he is? And if so, just how safe is she in his clutches?
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Wow, what a stunner! This has to be one of the best books I have read in mystery in awhile! So Matthew is in love with Julie and kills her parents pretty much because he hated them (yes, despite the fact that they took him in, gave him work and pretty much raised him as their own) because they arranged for Julia to marry Tom. Her and Tom were having some relationship issues mainly because he couldn't have sex with her because she had breast cancer and had to have a breast removed. Anyway, Matthew gets in and tries to become her everything, he wants her to love him the way he loves her. Well it goes on and it turns out...whoa! what a surprise is not what you are expecting at all! In fact towards the end you get mad sad and feelin' bad thinking how stupid can she be to be in love with a man like this...who killed her parents...she thinks she knows Matthew oh so well...or does she?