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Brown-Eyed Girl

Brown Eyed Girl NOTHING IS AS IT APPEARSIN THIS TWISTING NOVEL FROM THE NATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF DEAD EVEN A fashion magazine features editor Leah McDevitt is haunted by the memory of her cherished younger sis

  • Title: Brown-Eyed Girl
  • Author: Mariah Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780671785888
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • NOTHING IS AS IT APPEARSIN THIS TWISTING NOVEL FROM THE NATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF DEAD EVEN A fashion magazine features editor, Leah McDevitt is haunted by the memory of her cherished younger sister, Melissa, who vanished years ago Missy, whose extraordinary eyes one blue, one brown may have lured her abductor to her.When Leah receives a letter from deatNOTHING IS AS IT APPEARSIN THIS TWISTING NOVEL FROM THE NATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF DEAD EVEN A fashion magazine features editor, Leah McDevitt is haunted by the memory of her cherished younger sister, Melissa, who vanished years ago Missy, whose extraordinary eyes one blue, one brown may have lured her abductor to her.When Leah receives a letter from death row inmate Raymond Lambert, she eagerly agrees to pay him the long standing reward for information about Melissa even if it means coming face to face with a notorious serial killer But before Lambert can impart his secrets, he himself is killed Devastated but determined, Leah heads to the Maine woods to seek out private investigator Ethan Sanger, who authored a book about Lambert in exchange for yet another of Lambert s terrible secrets Leah and Ethan strike a sparking passion with the power to heal their painful pasts But someone has his eye on Leahmeone who knows than he shouldd who won t be satisfied until Leah sees the truth with her own eyes.

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    About "Mariah Stewart"

    1. Mariah Stewart

      Mariah Stewart is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty six novels and three novellas and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal She is a RITA finalist in romantic suspense and the recipient of the Award of Excellence for contemporary romance, a RIO Award for excellence in women s fiction, and a Reviewers Choice Award from Romantic Times Magazine A three time winner of the Golden Leaf Award presented by the New Jersey Romance Writers, Stewart was recently awarded their Lifetime Achievement Award which placed her in their Hall of Fame along with former recipients Nora Roberts and Mary Jo Putney very excellent company, indeed After having written seven contemporary romance novels, Stewart found true happiness writing murder and mayhem She considers herself one lucky son of a gun to have landed the best job in the world getting paid for making up stories At home In sweats and J Crew flip flops Could life be sweeter

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    1. Magazine writer Leah McDewitt receives a letter from serial killer Raymond Lambert on death row who claims to know where her missing sister is located. While he doesn't come right out and say that he killed her, he gives Leah a general description of the area her sister is in and will tell her the exact location once he gets $50,000 reward. Raymond is suddenly killed in prison and the only other avenue Leah can pursue is with Ethan Sanger who interviewed the killer extensively and wrote a book a [...]


    2. This is my first story from Mariah Stewart and it was a smooth and easy read. I knew who the killer was by the middle of the book but that didn't deter me from reading the rest of it. Leah helped to heal Ethan's pain and look beyond the past while Ethan was the strength and stability that Leah needed. And still it was a nice love story. I was looking forward to a little more from FBI agents Genna Snow and John Manciniybe another book??? I am looking forward to more from this author.


    3. I liked it pretty well. I made the mistake of reading some reviews in here when I was half way thru the book and someone gave up the ending. Why do people do that? It is so rude!! Anyway, I finished the book and still liked it.


    4. Author: Mariah StewartFirst published: 2000Length: 342 pages, 4103 kindle locationsSetting: Contemporary. St Dennis, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland.Sex: Door half closed. Infrequent.Hero: Arson investigator.Heroine: Fashion Magazine EditorTrigger: Domestic abuse and spousal abuse.Trigger: Discussion of rape and murder of young women.A good suspense with some romance (not a huge amount).Sad in places but it works. Not too dark. Good storyline. Not predictable.I liked it.FBI:Brown-Eyed Girl (2000) - Lea [...]


    5. To be truthful, I wasn't expecting to like this book so much.I expected it to be the usual mystery books that have almost the same plot and yes it was no surprise Catherine had something to do with it but I still loved that it enabled me think a lot and also ask questions. Overall, quite good. Loved it.


    6. Her Best. So FarI may have to talk nonsense to get the required words because the title sums it up. Read it and find out for yourself. It stands on its own.



    7. This was my first read of Stewart's. This book was okay for me. I did enjoy the characters and the main line of the plot very much. The characters were very well developed, almost to a point of too developed. This book is based on a lot of feelings and pasts of the characters and not so much on actions by the characters. I found there was a lot of "dead air" so to speak in the writing. It seemed just too drawn out at times, mainly in the very beginning of the book. The writing, however, as far a [...]


    8. I knew I had the "right" killer this time!!!! Ya-hooo, I got one right. lolFrom back cover:A fashion magazine features editor, Leah McDevitt is haunted by the memory of her cherished younger sister, Melissa, who vanished years ago. Missy, whose extraordinary eyes - one blue, one brown - may have lured her abductor to herWhen Leah receives a letter from death row inmate Raymond Lambert, she eagerly agrees to pay him the long-standing reward for information about Melissa - even if it means coming [...]


    9. This is my first book by this author and it was way better than I was expecting. Holly and Ethan were the best part of this book for me, and I even loved Leah. Tom was so sweet. I knew that Catherine was involved somehow, I don't know why, but the way she was pushing Leah to go to the cabin and how she was all concern was just off for me, and I was right. That was so sad how Leah lost all her family and how she was alone at the end. I'm glad she found a family with Ethan, Holly and Tom, she sure [...]


    10. Leah McDevitt loves traveling and writing her articles for the magazine she and her cousin Catherine co-own. Yet despite her dedication to her career, Leah still misses her sister Melissa who went missing 7 years earlier. When contacted by convicted serial killer Raymond Lambert with the taunt that he knows where Melissa's body, Leah is more than willing to pay him the long-standing reward for information. Before Lambert can turn over all his information, he himself is killed sending Leah on her [...]


    11. A good readI like Mariah Stewart's books, and this was no exception. I enjoyed the suspense, which was enough to make me feel creeped out. A few of the plot twists were a little obvious But I like that better than a complete surprise ending which a reader had no clues to throughout the story.


    12. SuspensefulAn excellent read.It has a very unexpected twist in the plot and of course, a happy ending. I really enjoyed it.


    13. Typical Mariah StewartExcellent read. Storyline that kept you wanting to read the entire book at one setting. But because it is typical Mariah Stewart, you thing you have it all figured out she throws a curve that you least expect!


    14. This book was okay. Not nearly as good as the others in the series. Honestly, I felt the author was just trying to meet her publishing commitment to finish the series. No real development of story or character.


    15. A heart-touching story of investigating the crimes of a serial murderer. Romance blooms even amidst danger. Reminds me of Alone You're Not





    16. A great book. I really enjoyed the characters, especially Leah. There was one surprise I didn't see coming. Definitely a "must read".


    17. Better than I expected but nothing spectacular. Sometimes I book exists to just create an escape and entertain. I suppose this fulfilled that purpose.


    18. This was the first book I had read by Mariah Stewart. I was hooked and have read everything in paperback since that time!




    19. Great story! It started off a bit slow, but once I got into it I couldn't put it down. Steward does a wonderful job of building suspenseful tension with a twist at the end.




    20. An absolutely fantastic read by Mariah! I will never get tired of her books. It scares the bejabbers out of me to think that such people actually DO exist in the world.


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