Deadly Sanctuary - Sylvia Nobel Reviews
Description:Genre: Mystery / Author: Sylvia Nobel / ISBN: 0966110579 / Publication Date: 1998 / Publisher: Nite Owl Books
Newest Review: ... seriously cheated. O'Dell, it turns out is a rather pathetic lead character and one I truly despised by the end of the book. ... more
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by - written on 19/01/12, updated on 20/01/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Deadly Sanctuary is the first book in (according to the publishers) the "popular" Kendall O'Dell series of books. O'Dell is an investigative reporter who ups sticks and move to Arizona to work on the rundown local newspaper. Whilst there, she is asked to investigate in secret the possibly mysterious disappearance of her predecessor. Whilst probing, she starts to uncover evidence that a surprising number of runaway girls have disappeared in the town, and several have been found dead. At first glance the plot outline would seem to suggest all the elements are present for a reasonably competent thriller. There's plenty of opportunity for the intrepid ... Read the complete review
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