Book Reviews of Still Lake

Still Lake
Still Lake
Author: Anne Stuart
ISBN-13: 9781551669083
ISBN-10: 1551669080
Publication Date: 8/1/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 66 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
I had never read anything by this Author before, I am now a fan . This book will keep you on the edge of your chair. It has everything you want in a book, mystery, love, friendship and most important family crisis. I could not put this book down. If you want a good book to read this is the one for you
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Sexy romantic suspense
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Typical Anne Stuart very dark hero. Good Book
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This is a romantic suspense story. I enjoyed it.
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Pretty good book, Anne Stuart always has an unusual twist on things.
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More romance than mystery.
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Surprisingly this was a very good book and still sticks with me today. I loved the setting, the mystery, and the romance/suspense.
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A dream come true. Buying a run-down farm in beautiful Vermont, is the start of a new life for Sophie. She and her mother and half sister hope the change will help them sort out their complicated lives. Turning Stonegate Farm into a quaint country inn is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. Then a stranger buys the property next door and the peace Sophie had hoped for is threatened. Who is this man and why does Sophie feel out of control? She feels everything she has worked so hard for is now in jeopardy -- maybe even her own life.
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This book does not have much depth to it and is very elementary written compared to some of the greats like Preston/Child books. It's focus is basically sex and a killer that you do not receive much information about. The ending is very blase`.
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It was a dream come true.

Buying a run-down farm in a beautiful Vermont town is the start of a new life for Sophie Davis. She moves her mother, Grace, and her half sister, Marty, out of the city, hoping the change will help both women sort out their complicated lives. And for Sophie, turning Stonegate Farm into a quaint country inn is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. She doesn't even mind that the farm was the scene of a grisly multiple murder twenty years earlier...

Then a stranger comes to town.

When a stranger moves in next to the farm, Sophie believes the sense of peace she has built for herself and her family is being threatened. Because there's something different about John Smith. It's clear he's keeping secrets... and that he's come to Colby, Vermont, for a reason. And that reason has something to do with Sophie and Stonegate Farm.

Now her dream is becoming a nightmare.

Who is John Smith? Why does his very presence make Sophie feel so completely out of control? And why is she beginning to suspect that this mysterious stranger will put in jeopardy everything she's dreamed of--maybe even her own life?
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Although I knew who the 'bad guy' was pretty early on, the characters and story were well developed.
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From the cover:
It was a dream come true.
Buying a run-down farm in a beautiful Vermont town is the start of a new life for Sophie Davis. She moves her mother, Grace, and her half sister, Marty, out of the city, hoping the change will help both women sort out their complicated lives. And for Sophie, turning Stonegate Farm into a quaint country inn is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. She doesn't even mind that the farm was the scene of a grisly multiple murder twenty years earlier . . .

Then a stranger comes to town.

When a stranger moves in next to the farm, Sophie believes the sense of peace she has built for herself and her family is being threatened. Because there's something different about John Smith. It's clear he's keeping secrets . . . and that he's come to Colby, Vermont, for a reason. And that reason has something to do with Sophie and Stonegate Farm.

Now her dream is becoming a nightmare.

Who is John Smith? Why does his very presence make Sophie feel so completely out of control? And why is she beginning to suspect that this mysterious stranger will put in jeopardy everything she's dreamed of -- maybe even her own life?