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on April 02, 2013 :
It has been a wet windy day here. I am loving it. We so needed the rain. But Dear Hubby is grabbing his chest and hating the pain the cold and wet is creating for him. So while he has been crawled up in bed trying to stay warm, I have been sitting in front of my computer reading a fast paced riveting crime novel.
The Grace Painter is a great .99 cent download that draws you in with the very first chapter. Quickly moving from a murder suicide in New York City, we are transported 8 years into the future where a recently released prisoner and his brother start a crime spree across country. Starting with a stolen car, throwing a woman overboard in hopes she drowns to kidnapping a 5 year old girl. This is just the beginning as they drag her to the swamps of Louisiana where their family of drug smugglers, murderers and thieves just make everything escalate.
I have been scrolling page by page as my eyes have dashed through this story. It has kept my attention while having my mind rolling at the audacity of the tale. Told in a matter of fact narrative that makes your heart lurch. I have to say that my only regret is not having it downloaded on my e-Reader yet so I could have curled up on the porch to read during the storm. It deserved the lightning and winds to whip up around it since the words was doing the same to my imagination.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)