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Superstition Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDF/EPUBSparks fly when a brutal killer comes out of hidingFifteen years ago idyllic Pawley's Island, South Carolina, was rocked by the unsolved, grisly murder of teenager Tara Mitchell and the subsequent disappearance of her two friendsSince then, all who have lived in the mansion where it happened have fled, claiming that the dead girls haunt the houseSensing her big break, reporter Nicky Sullivan attempts a live television seance to contact the girls But during the broadcast a woman is murderedin exactly the same way as Tara was all those years agoAs an attraction grows between Nicky and enigmatic police chief, Joe Franconi, another identical murder occurs Only, this time there's a noteIs the original killer back to claim three lives? If so, could Nicky be the next victim?.

  • Paperback
  • 568
  • Superstition
  • Karen Robards
  • English
  • 01 February 2019
  • 9780340895757

About the Author: Karen Robards

Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDF/EPUBKaren Robards is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author of than fifty books and one novella She has won multiple awards including six Affaire de Coeur Silver Pen Awards for favorite authorKaren has been writing since she was very young, and was first published nationally in the December Reader's Digest She sold her first romance novel, ISLAND FLAME, wh.



10 thoughts on “Superstition

  1. Vettech Vettech says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBAnother great suspense read by Robards. Loved all the characters....Nicky (the reporter), Joe (hunky police chief), Leonora (Nicky's psychic mother)who spent much of the story in a psychic block mode, Olivia (Nicky's crazy pregnant older sister), Brian (the ghost),and don't want to forget Cleo the pot belly pig, who turns out to be a hero of sorts.

    I totally floored by who the killer turned out to be at the end. Even though it's fun to guess who the bad guy is, it's the sign of a great writer who can fool everyone.

    I highly recommend this one to those of you into the serial killers and ghosts.

  2. Jacqueline J Jacqueline J says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBThis started out great but lost steam in the middle. I had a hard time plugging on after the heroine did something really TSTL that drove the second half of the book. I thought the end was a bit muddle since too many crimes were all mixed up together and solved a bit too neatly. The writing as always from Ms. Robards was good. The characterizations were very well done. Loved the psychic mother. The bad guy was a little too all knowing though .

  3. Sarah-Jayne Briggs Sarah-Jayne Briggs says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUB(This review may contain spoilers).

    I have to say, this book wasn't exactly a miss, but it wasn't a hit, either. Nicky's family seemed more like caricatures than real people, at least at first. They got better as the book went on, but I came close to giving up on the book almost straight away when they came across as being so one-dimensional and almost irritating, in many ways.

    I'd probably say that the character of Joe was what saved the book for me. He had more of a depth to him, but I really couldn't understand why he was with Nicky. I was half-expecting her idiocy to get her killed. (Seriously. You're a reporter whose life is in danger and you're rec

  4. Barbara ★ Barbara ★ says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBI really liked Joe Franconi but the heroine, Nicky Sullivan got on my nerves with her TSTL moments. Yes I get she's a reporter but even so, purposely putting yourself and your family in danger and advertising every single piece of evidence on air was just plain stupid. How do you expect to catch the bad guy if you give him every singl

  5. Cheri Cheri says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBA good murder mystery with a touch of paranormal

  6. Mary Taitt Mary Taitt says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBI liked this book a lot. I kept thinking Nora Roberts wrote it, with the red-haired feisty protagonist. It was pretty much formula mystery/crime, but well done. The story was exciting and a nice balance of tension and fast pace with occasional deliciously slow moments. I had predicted the killer fairly early on, but loved seeing how she/they got there. Nice job tying up ALL the loose ends in the final climax. Didn't like the narrator saying things like Media-types, Official-types,Publicity types. It wore on me. It would be okay in conversation, but not from the narrator. Otherwise, excellent light reading. Satisfying ending.

  7. L8blmr L8blmr says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBI see that people's ratings of this book are all over the place and I can understand that. I did enjoy it; the mystery had me guessing almost until the answers were revealed, and then there was an additional revelation, but I found that almost too pat, too contrived. The leading man and woman were interesting, but some of the peripheral characters were played up in one portion of the story, only to be virtually ignored for the remainder of the book. Some descriptions were repeated in part or in whole that I grew tir

  8. Barbara Brown Barbara Brown says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBLeonora protested, even as Uncle Ham and Karen and Mario fell back out of their way. The hall was long and narrow, white-painted beadboard with a hardwood floor. Nicky, with Leonora in tow and John following, charged up it like the little engine that could. The others had to practically run to stay ahead of them, and as a result, they all popped out in to the kitchen like spray shooting out of a shaken-up soda bottle.
    I love this image.

  9. Wench Wench says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBI slogged through about 8% of this, and all that had happened was DESCRIPTION. SO MUCH DESCRIPTION.

    Authors, going in to detail about the hair and clothes of background characters, naming all the streets, telling us that might be a possum or maybe a raccoon over there, whatever, is not generally necessary. That level of detail in a book rarely of ever adds anything of value to the story. It just gets the hell in the way.

  10. Sandy Sandy says:

    Paperback Ó Superstition PDF ✓ superstition pdf, SuperstitionSuperstition PDFEPUBUgh. That about sums up this book for me. I read about 2/3 of the book and then said, Forget it! Jumped to the last chapter or so to confirm who I thought did it. Guess what, I was right, on both counts. If you're looking for a good mystery, unfortunately this isn't it. The premise was good, but the execution was NOT.

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