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Saving Rachel: A Donovan Creed Novel (edition 2010)

by John Locke

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Title:Saving Rachel: A Donovan Creed Novel
Authors:John Locke
Info:Telemachus Press, LLC (2010), Paperback, 206 pages
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Tags:fiction, mystery, stupid

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Saving Rachel by John Locke




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Isola was right in The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad ones. ( )
  Tamara.Murray | Mar 29, 2013 |
What if the best morning of your life suddenly turned into your worst nightmare? Sam Case is about to find out. Saving Rachel is the story of what happens when killers force a man to choose between his wife and his mistress...and the one he rejects must die. ( )
  jacki | Jan 7, 2013 |
This was the first of John Locke's books I had read. I stumbled upon it by accident one late night after finishing a book. At such a low Nook price, I could not resist it and thought I would give it a go. I am SO glad I did. Like many of the other reviewers, I could not put this book down. If only I did not have to work, I too would have finished it in a day! I was biting my nails one minute and laughing so hard the tears were coming the next. Such a roller coaster of emotions! I just never knew what would happen when I turned the next page, and I was always in awe of the originality of what the next page held. A great read, a quick read, humor, romance (yes, romance), guns, gangsters and cheating spouses. What's not to love??? ( )
  Mary.Endersbe | Dec 16, 2012 |
I bought this ebook by accident (hit the wrong button on Amazon), but since it was only 99 cents I thought I'd give it a try.

Worst 99 cents I've ever spent.

Inane, insane, horribly convoluted plot, paper-thin characters...

I read several chapters, skipped to the last chapter and realized that I'd wish I had that half hour back someday. If it hadn't been on my Kindle, I'd have thrown it against the wall. ( )
1 vote RDeck | May 18, 2011 |
A $.99 special on Kindle. I haven't read John Locke before and I'm not sure I want to again. The description sounded great. It's a fast read, I'll give it that. I'm giving it a 4 out of 5 because reading it was like being in the fun house at the carnival. Part of the way through, I asked myself why I was still reading this book; my answer was, because it's just fun! Totally ridiculous situations, characters you can't really warm up to, but it's fun. The ending left me hanging. I hate that. Even so, I still give it a 4 rating. Go figure. ( )
  CherylsPearls | Mar 23, 2011 |
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What if the best morning of your life suddenly turned into your worst nightmare? Sam Case is about to find out. "Saving Rachel" is the story of what happens when killers force a man to choose between his wife and his mistress ... and the one he rejects must die. But wait--all is not as it appears to be. In fact, nothing is what it appears to be!… (more)

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