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Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2)

Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2) By {author, [PDF] Download ¿ Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2) : by Melinda Leigh [PDF] Download ¿ Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2) : by Melinda Leigh - Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2), Gone to Her Grave Rogue River Novella Book In Solitude Oregon everyone has secretsand some will kill to keep them When she believes a teen is falsely accused of drug dealing social worker Carly Taylor takes on a high risk case and her estra

  • Publisher‏:‎ Montlake Romance (October 21, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ October 21, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1738 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 111 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2)

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Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2)

143 thought on “Gone to Her Grave (Rogue River Novella, Book 2)

  1. Melinda Leigh masterfully shapes this second installment of the series well, developing the first book s characters Stevie and Zane, while expanding and emphasizing Carly and Seth as major characters.I m liking this Leigh Elliot writing collaboration much than other series by this author team because the first two installments have greater depth, vivid descriptions, and stronger storyline elements This series does not feel rushed or abbreviated.Although Book 1 introduces us to strong willed and [...]


  2. The new designer drug s death toll is rising, and the blame is being thrown on Russ, the kid from the other side of the track Seth, the new Drug Force Liaison, tries to help Solitude PD while, convincing Carly, his wife social worker, to take him back He loves her, but can not accept the risky aspect of her job, as she does with his job.Great plot, characters, and gravity defying writing Was not shock at the final outcome, but I am beginning to think Roy is behind this drug supply in Solitude an [...]


  3. As I wrote in my review of On Her Father s Grave, Melinda Leigh is a new author to me Ms Leigh writes well, and has carried on the story adding some new characters to the ones from Book 1 Carly is the main character of Gone to Her Grave She is the younger sister of Stevie, and is with CPS Carly and her husband, Seth, are separated Seth does not take Carly s job seriously, and is way too protective Ms Leigh moves the drug plot along This novella s drug dealer is revealed A plot twist Did Bill Tay [...]


  4. The second novella in the series of four written sequentially by Kendra Elliot and Melinda Leigh continues with the story, but highlighting Carly and Seth, about a small town in Oregon being hit with a new designer drug The focus is on the police and support personnel to the citizens of Solitude, Oregon And because it is about drugs, it is also about homicide The characters, main and peripheral, are believable and surprisingly fleshed out given the small arena afforded the novella Suspense is pr [...]


  5. I have fallen to the RougeRiver and am swept away This extended family is great reading A touch of humor, a dose of suspense, and a lot of fun But will not have my wife read them, I think Pygmy goats are not allowed in my neighborhood


  6. I ve waited to give my review until I read all four books Like most all books written by Melinda Leigh, and Kendra Elliot, these four were well done.With that being said, this is not how I like to do things I like books that have a beginning, middle, an ending, all in one book Then I m ready to begin a new book, with two new characters The only reason I read these four, was because they were written by two of my favorite authors.These four books weren t spectacular, but pretty good I think the f [...]


  7. Good story, focusing on another member of the family But it screeched to a halt after several action packed chapters Yeah, I ll read the next book in the series, though.


  8. The life works and the nature of the job helps to uncover some problems in the community A social worker almost loss her life because she was trying to help her client.


  9. Before buying this, be warned This is not a stand alone book I bought the first novella thinking it might be good value at 1.99 However, when I got towards the end it became apparent that you had to buy all three books to get to the solution This meant an expenditure of 6 not such a reasonable price for a non bestselling Kindle book I have to say that I felt somewhat cheated by this.The character development and the plot were OK, but nothing outstanding.


  10. This second novella in a series of four was very enjoyable to read, with mystery and drama and the introduction of Seth and Carly I was easily enagaged and with questions still left to be answered concerning the death of Carly s dad I m intrigued to find out what happens next.


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