Book Reviews of Unspeakable

Unspeakable
Unspeakable
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9780446519793
ISBN-10: 0446519790
Publication Date: 6/10/1998
Pages: 439
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 114 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Really good book! couldn't put it down.
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A page turner.suspenseful!!Edge of your seat.
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Exciting, Passionate, easy read, keeps you on the edge of your set her book or really fast reads and keeps you entertained. I have read all her story's and can't wait for the next..
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Good book. Hard to put down.
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Plot good. Horrible language and sexual innuendos.
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Awesome mystery!
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A 20-year-old unsolved murder in a small East Texas town sets the stage for this fast-paced and romantically charged, if stiffly written, thriller, the latest (after Fat Tuesday) from the prolific Brown. Everyone in Blewer, Tex., assumes that the nefarious Herbold brothers, Carl and Cecil, murdered Patsy McCorkle two decades ago, but neither was ever charged with the killing.
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It has been several years since I read this book. But it was one of best Sandra Brown Romantic/Suspense novels I have read. Very action packed, non-stop, suspense.
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Action packed!
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very enjoyable.
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This was my first Sandra Brown book and it was a wonderful exciting read. I enjoyed the book extremely.
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Excellent read.
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Anna Corbett is deaf and mute, but she's not stupid. When the young widow is told by her aging father-in-law, Delray Corbett, that Jack Sawyer has been hired to work their eastern Texas ranch merely as an extra pair of hands, Anna knows that it's really the news of criminal Carl Herbold's recent prison break that has Corbett hiring the tough drifter. Carl Herbold, along with his brother Cecil, swore vengeance against Corbett, their stepfather, for cooperating with the police when the two were convicted of armed robbery. The Herbold boys were also suspected of another crime--the murder of young Patsy McCorkle--but Ezzy Hardge, then sheriff of Blewer County, Texas, never found the proof needed to go to trial. Twenty years have passed, and the McCorkle murder remains a mystery. A man obsessed, Ezzy Hardge continues to search for clues that will convict the Herbolds of the monstrous murder. Soon, Carl and his brother will take their revenge. But Anna and her 5-year-old son, David, are unaware of the degree of viciousness with which the Herbold brothers can strike. Only hired hand Jack Sawyer knows the real danger, and his growing love for Anna and David keeps him close despite the impending onslaught. Yet the longer he remains in Blewer, the more he risks revealing his past--and one particular secret that may destroy his only chance at Anna's love. In Unspeakable, Sandra Brown once again flexes her "literary muscle," providing a fast-paced, spine-tingling tale of passion, conspiracy, and stark brutality. It's a story that unfolds through the eyes of diverse, compelling characters, and culminates in a delicious ending you won't expect
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I enjoyed this book.
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I have become a fan of Sandra Brown's over the past 2 years and usually enjoy most of her work, however, this one was a little bit of a let down....she's written much better work than this
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A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also its a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of lifes true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains

Last call adrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you!
I wouldnt be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .
Better yet in fact, I think this story was design to be shared, as a gift that would be appealing & enjoyed with a significant other.

Unspeakable is by far most satisfying, terrifying, & suspenseful chock-filled with love & hopeful happy endings. This Read will thoroughly appease some appetites. This books brilliance reads for me, in some what, present modern time or past setting. While listening to this Read I was taken up carried rapturous away by some superb writing. My interaction with this Read felt like virtue Reality. Believe you me when I say it reminds me of my visit to Disneyland I took part in at Epcot center Honey I Blew Up The Audience journey was interesting, fun entertaining with turns twists & ooh goodness whats gonna happen next. suspense?!! OOH boythen I had some yippee..& there were some...wild n dark times.

Im scared out of my mind when out of the screen popped a lions head, with a ear death roar that then instantly turns into a cobra snake literally snapped at me. It was real life in your face(3 D mine you!) I also was so amazed ,happbeeeee giddy with excitement elations.awwww ya gotta love em..(the father:O) Then the father put a white mice in the duplicating machine that in turn follows with the most over abundance flow upon dozens of mice that spewed out . The mice proceed to scurry fast forward crazy wild off the screen & ran all out all over my feet..Eeeeeek..that giddiness was short lived by terrifying screams & suspenseful( finding the door fast) a mad dash to the nearest exit. I was such a Winnee.((giggle))!

Gee wiz I, Betcha by gollee wow, Ms. Brown writing brings out that similar wild kind of excitement & terror soooo miraciously..from ya. This experience definitely is mind blowing .A sensual flow that extremely takes over your mind also its what feeds your senses, the see, feel, touch & hear. Of it all. Its suspenseful then becomes intensely eerie-like dark .

Now thats modern classic now a days fashion. A lot of people live for. To be able to grace fans one & all alike with, is great! By popular demand theres an endless need for that kind of writing. The villains were such icky creepy crawly slugs U loved to hate with a passion. It was good to know that evil shall Never prevail over good. live by the sword die by the sword!

I never lost sight of the hero & heroine in all the craziness that went on within the story the budding love that took root, ground& gradually grew but eventually then came to full bloom. While listening casting my observation to the wind I viewed Jack Sawyer /Ann Corbets love. Its what kept me interested & glued to the story. My kind of theme I like .A hero that is consider a nobody too many but is much more. A hero that only needs a second chance at life & loves healing touch. These R some of the many themes I love to read soooo much. Secondly, I find it refreshing reading about Heroines that arent perfect as apposed to this heroine .

She was handicap she had a cute kid. It was a big plus that she is a independent woman. I wont say anything else about Unspeakable other than that its like finding a diamond in the rough.. Lastly, whats more pleasant than stealing away into a secret hideaway, a virtue Reality of sorts whether at home, in your car or on the bus.

Unspeakable either on Audio or paper book its indulgement until your hearts content, prepare yourself for love, passion also non-stop fast pace action.
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I have lost the cover for this book, so it is just the hard cover without the jacket, but it is a great book.