Fragments of Fear (Thorndike Press Large Print Christian Mystery) Library Binding – Import, 18 October 2019
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- Publisher : Cengage Gale; Large type / Large print edition (18 October 2019)
- Language : English
- Library Binding : 425 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1432868683
- ISBN-13 : 978-1432868680
- Item Weight : 612 g
- Dimensions : 13.72 x 2.54 x 21.84 cm
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from other countries
Very well written, funny, serious, romantic and an excellent murder mystery.
Would recommend to everyone.
Tavish is a brilliant woman who owns a company, is an heiress when she turns 30, and an artist. She views herself different from what is reality, and all she wants is to be loved. What changes her whole life is that she loses her fiancée and inherits a dog she at first loathes. But life is about to rush her headlong into trouble and running for her life.
Tavish meets an FBI agent named Stewart though he doesn’t reveal that part of his life to her at first. Tavish and her mother don’t get along at all but wait to read what happens between these two characters! There is romance, danger, mystery, faith, adventure and more awaiting you in the pages of Fragments of Fear. When you’re done, don’t be surprised if you are wanting to read another of Carrie’s books!
Don’t hold your breath when reading this exciting and surprising tale!
This is the sixth book by Carrie I've read. As usual, the mix of humor and suspense is great. The characters are likable. The surprise ending has some unique twists. This book is slightly Christian and I find the conversion experience in it far from convincing. I never like to see a Christian and an unbeliever fall in love, and you find this in this book. I feel like the characters fall in love without knowing much about each other. Yet it's still a fun, clean read, full of suspense. I enjoyed reading it, but did prefer her Gwen Marcey series.
"Am I trying to connect something that isn't connected? What am I missing?"
Evelyn "Tavish" McTavish's life has turned into a nightmare of missed connections; first it's her dead fiance, next it's a dog that doesn't even belong to her, then there is the matter of a client who wasn't completely forthcoming, and to top it all off . . . someone has just tried to kill her. Tavish's life goals are so simple; become a successful artist and live happily ever after, but even that is in jeopardy before a handsome art critic turns out to be someone else entirely. However, a gazillion questions remain; what about her mother, and the stolen paintings, that were recovered somewhat easily? And . . . . and . . . . . . the list goes on and on until Tavish is convinced that she is going to lose her mind, if she doesn't lose her life in the process. Going on the run seems the only logical thing to do.
This book will remind readers of a giant jigsaw puzzle with lots of missing pieces, merely hiding in plain sight. It's complicated, maybe a bit rushed from a relational perspective, but chocked full of intrigue; providing fans with a lot to cheer about when Tavish's fragments of fear are finally allowed to rest in the positive, not negative, space.