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When a plane carrying Bree Nicholls' husband and son disappears, her life changes forever. Her relentless determination to find them starts an investigation that links their disappearance to a violent crime threatening to tear the peaceful town of Rock Harbor apart.

Mystery fans will love this exciting new series from best-selling author Colleen Coble. Set in the untamed beauty of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the Rock Harbor Series is full of suspense and romance, drawing you into the life and operation of a canine search-and-rescue team as it unravels the secrets of an enchanting wilderness.

©2013 Colleen Coble (P)2017 Thomas Nelson Publishers

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Good clean mystery!

I appreciate the fact I can have it on with kids in the room! Good plot, I didn't have the "who done it" figured out right away.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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great first book in the series

it doesn't take long to become emotionally attached with the characters in this book. That's why I am eager to listen to the next books in the series. You feel like you know these people and want to know what's going on in their lives. This book had just the right amount of suspense and questions that kept you wondering who done it.

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  • Kenneth
  • North Haven, CT, United States
  • 06-06-18

Just terrible

I never expected all the references to Christianity. Far too simplistic and just awful reader.

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Enough of the Jesus talk.

Be warned. If you are looking for some jesus talk then this is the book for you.

15 of 25 people found this review helpful

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Nice story but too much 'God' stuff

I purchased the book because I grew up in Michigan's beautiful UP. As a native yooper, I was able to detect all the mispronunciations of local towns, streets, and areas. Research should be done on how to pronounce local words by the narrator. I enjoyed the story but it could have been told without all of the 'God and Faith' stuff. It took away from the story line. As a local yooper, people of the area are not that forthcoming with verbalizing their faith so all of that god-talk is not typical of the citizens. Faith is part of their life but is held more privately than expressed in the book and rarely do yoopers force their opinions or beliefs on others like people in the story did. I will try another book in the series but hopefully it will not be so invaded by the authors belief system.

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  • Stray1
  • Ann Arbor, MI
  • 08-29-18

Sweet story, very Christian

Maybe I didn't read the reviews closely but if you are looking for a book with a good Christian moral, this one is for you. I was surprised at the Evangelism - not really my thing. Nice story, not complex, a bit predictable. Let's call it a "beach read".

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Good Mystery from a Christian Author

The Pros: The story is well written and a good mystery. If you are easily offended by the mention of God, Prayer or Scripture, then this book is NOT for you. I don't quite understand people who will give a bad review solely because of it's spiritual content. I didn't find it offensive nor did I think it distracted from the story. There are very few mentions of a spiritual nature. It is written in a similar style to Francine Rivers. Something very positive about the book is that there is no bad language and no sex.
The Cons: I thought the reader read too fast. At first, I thought my iPhone was on 1.25 or 1.50 X speed. She also doesn't distinguish very well between characters with her voice. This is one book that might have benefited from different readers; one female and one male. However, I still was able to listen to the book and enjoy it. The speed was just a minor irritation but that is why I only gave 3 stars.

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wonderful characters

loved this story felt quite emotional at the end. The characters are warm and invite you in to want to know more about them.

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don't bother

The topic sounded good but it is not well written and the story leans heavily on religion. I couldn't finish it...

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One of my all-time favorites!

This is one of my favorites in the Christian Fiction Suspense genre. I've read/listened to this book at least six times and it never gets old. Colleen Coble has a way of character development that is hard to find these days.