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Deadly Thyme [PDF / EPUB] Deadly Thyme fr Deadly Thyme Nolen R L Livres Not Retrouvez Deadly Thyme et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Deadly Thyme ebook ePub R L Nolen Achat ebook | fnac Deadly Thyme R L N fr Deadly Thyme Nolen R L Livres Not Retrouvez Deadly Thyme et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Deadly Thyme ebook ePub R L Nolen Achat ebook | fnac Deadly Thyme R L Nolen Auto dition Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en jour ou en magasin avec % de rduction Deadly Thyme ebook ePub R L Nolen Achat ebook | fnac Deadly Thyme Rsum Desperate to escape her dangerous husband Ruth flees Texas for a small village on the coast of Cornwall when her daughter Annie was two Deadly Thyme eBook de R L Nolen Lisez Deadly Thyme de R L Nolen disponible chez Rakuten Kobo Desperate to escape her dangerous husband Ruth flees Texas for a small village on the coast of Cornwall when her daught Deadly Thyme eBook de R L Nolen Lisez Deadly Thyme de R L Nolen disponible chez Rakuten Kobo When Ruth Butler escaped Texas for a sleepy seaside village in the south of England it was to rescue her infant daughte fr Deadly Thyme by R L Nolen R Not Retrouvez Deadly Thyme by R L Nolen et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Deadly Thyme by RL Nolen Goodreads Deadly Thyme is a mystery set in a uaint Britain village that follows the investigation into the abduction and imprisonment of a ten year old girl Although the first few pages of the novel disclose why the girl was taken and where she is this did not deflect from the mystery because the antagonist’s true name is not revealed You are kept guessing who it might be and there are a number of suspects woven into com Deadly Thyme If you love books by Ruth Rendell or Deborah Crombe you will love Deadly Thyme From the Back Cover When Ruth Butler escaped Texas for a sleepy seaside village in the south of England it was to rescue her infant daughter from the perverted demon she'd married Deadly Thyme Kindle edition by Nolen RL Deadly Thyme is an incredibly compelling read with realistic emotional impact descriptive attention to detail and a portrayal of unsettling true evil that will stay with me for uite some time yet I absolutely devoured this book reviewed by KCFinn for Reader's Favorite Book review of Deadly Thyme Readers' Favorite That’s exactly the word I thought when I finished reading Deadly Thyme the absolutely riveting and action packed new book by RL Nolen Follow the story of protagonist Ruth Butler as she flees Texas and her abusive husband to protect her baby daughter Annie They manage to live a careful but safe life for ten years in Perrin's Point a seaside village in the south of England But when Annie.


10 thoughts on “Deadly Thyme

  1. says:

    I won this book through Goodreads First ReadsThe plot of the story was good nothing you've never read before but it was executed poorly and it was missing so many details Annie Butler goes missing; there is no physical description in the book but apparently Mrs Butler is extremely attractive and not at all like the matronly woman described in the story who seems a bit overprotective All the reader learns is that Annie's father is a perverted demon As a matter of fact the characters aren't very developed either; they have no essence I didn't feel bad for Annie because I read about her for a page or two and then poof The reader gets a brief very brief summary of why Annie and her mother moved to Cornwall but they've managed to live in peace their for past ten yearsuntil Now this is where the story gets boring and drags on Reading about Charles Darrin at first piued my curiosity but then he became annoying and I wanted to figure out what was going on The author focused too much on what the detectives were doing which isn't interesting at all instead of building the plot I don't care about detectives I want to know about the crazy person on the loose The book went from zero action to way too much action In three sentences after suffering through the rest of the book Detective Inspector Jon Graham manages to find something on a VHS tape that no one else could have found and recognized a distorted profile This why the end seems like it was thrown together because the perpetrator has been a citizen there but he suddenly has mommy issues and flips out The illness he suffered from was not explained in detail at all and it should have been; that would have created some interest After realizing who committed these crimes the book started dragging again until the end The interesting part of the book was the knowledge about herbs especially deadly thyme


  2. says:

    I enjoy reading mysteries but I don't do scary at all And let me warn you this book is chilling It's not my kind of book at all at allIt is a testament to the uality of Nolen's writing that not only did I finish it once started I couldn't not finish it no matter how horrific it became I do admit to taking breaks from it to calm downOne uiet Sunday morning in a village in Cornwall a ten year old girl Annie Butler is abducted Her kidnapper Charles is serial killer who believes that drinking young girls' blood will make him young again That premise alone makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up Yet it gets worse Nolan's omniscient narrator takes us inside the heads of the main characters It's this that makes it disturbing The narrative weaves its way into the impossible logic of the psychotic Charles then wends it's way through imprisoned Annie's terror stays a while with her mother Ruth's frantic panic and on to DI Jon Graham's desperate sleuthing to find Annie before it is too late Round and about each glimpse inside the individual characters' realities ratchets the tension and suspense up I won't spoil this for you but I admit that this is one of those books where midway through I had to read enough of the end so that I could go back and finish the book without suffering from apoplexy If you are a reader of thrillers then this book is for you The plot is riveting The characters are fully developed This book puts the reader on the Cornish coast enmeshed in village life and inside the heads of its inhabitants It isn't for my elementary school readers so I'll send my hard copy of the book to our feeder high school I hope The Dry the other of Nolan's books I have is less traumatic This review is from my blog at dickenslibraryblogspotcom


  3. says:

    Deadly Thyme is a mystery set in a uaint Britain village that follows the investigation into the abduction and imprisonment of a ten year old girlAlthough the first few pages of the novel disclose why the girl was taken and where she is this did not deflect from the mystery because the antagonist’s true name is not revealed You are kept guessing who it might be and there are a number of suspects woven into the plotNolan managed the multiple point of views well allowing the reader a peek into key characters’ perspectives by clearly illustrating their uniue thought patterns She managed to show the antagonist without giving enough clues to easily surmise the identity However there were two short passages where the story switched to omniscient narrator which felt a bit disjointed Nevertheless the characters were all described very well – uniue uirks and all Spots of humour brought interesting insights into each character’s personality effectively creating a diverse cast I found some of the dialogue stiff in places felt like overkill to include British slang and regional dialect but the descriptions of the settings were imaginative and well researchedI would recommend this novel to mystery buffs and would read another book by this author


  4. says:

    I received a free download of this book from Story Cartel thank youI enjoyed this book The plot twists and turns kept me guessing I had a few ideas of who the kidnapper was and I did end up being correct with one of my guesses but it wasn't the person that I actually expected it to be so that was interestingAs an American I could totally relate to Ruth's little slips from the British language and I would smile at Annie's corrections of her in the beginning of the story After Annie was taken and could not translate for me I found myself on than one occasion being confused by a certain British term or phrase and I would have to reread for context to understand It was actually sort of fun I also adored Ruth's mother from Texas she was a hootOverall I felt it was a good story and it ended the way I wanted it to endI would recommend this book for people who like mysteries and suspense I would read by this author


  5. says:

    Riveting Suspense This exceptionally well written suspense mystery will grab you in the opening and keep you reading The story has it all; a serial killer a missing child plenty of terror lots of mystery and even a touch of romance It is at times creepy and often moves into the realm of the downright frightening The descriptions are vivid and tangible leaving readers with the feeling that they have actually visited the locations The author gets you inside the minds of the various characters who are all complex realistic and delightfully uirky The action builds to a suspenseful thrilling conclusion that does not disappoint Anyone who enjoys mystery suspense or psychological horror will definitely enjoy this book


  6. says:

    This was a pretty good mystery read probably perfect for a rainy weekend There were times when I did catch my mind wandering from the story but not often It did keep me guessing One minute I was sure I knew who the villain was but then something would happen that would make me doubt a bit Reckon that's a good sign of a good mystery there eh? All in all I believe those who like the even paced who done it mysteries will enjoy this read Those who like a lot of fast paced action I would recommend trying the sample firstI received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  7. says:

    In Deadly Thyme Ruth has escaped a dangerous past and has rebuilt her life in the uaint English village Cornwall But the idyllic setting loses its charm when her daughter Annie goes missing while playing with her friend on the beach Has Ruth's past caught up with her or is something far sinister going on? Ruth struggles with whether or not she should come clean about her true identity which could get her deported because as an American citizen she is living there illegallyThis mystery crime thriller had me by the throat from the very first pages and wouldn't let go The panic Ruth feels when she can't find Annie is palpable in the first few chapters and the tension only grows from there as we get to see a cast of interesting characters A cop Jon Graham who's undercover on another assignment is certain this other case won't interfere with his own but he's soon sucked into Ruth's plight as she searches for her daughter The narrator brings us into the points of view of various characters and moves smoothly from head to head even bringing us into Annie's horror as she has to deal with a madman A few twists and turns were thrown in along the way to a heart pounding conclusion Wild and absolutely intense this is a must read


  8. says:

    I received a free signed copy of this book via the Goodreads First Reads program and would like to thank the author and everyone else who made that possibleThis started out as a 3 star book for me but evolved into a solid 4 stars by the end The book really picked up about halfway in and the mysterysuspense was great At the beginning I felt like the killer's issues were a bit overdone but towards the end I felt like it all came together well I kept jumping from 3 4 suspects right up until the end and the killer ended up being one of the suspects that was high on my list but the mystery was well done and doubts were planted about a lot of the main characters I loved the herb element in the book and how the killer used different herbs to symbolize thingsI thought that the book could have used a touch editing there were some minor typos some clunky sentences and a few paragraphs throughout the book that didn't seem to fit or make sense but nothing that majorly impacted my enjoyment of the book Overall this was a great mystery and I enjoyed the ride


  9. says:

    Ruth Butler is content safe and secure in a village on England’s southern coast until she suffers a parent’s worst nightmare Her daughter disappears Annie has been kidnapped by a serial killer a maniac who leaves behind herbs as clues about his insane motives while hiding in plain sight living the life of a normal resident of the town As the mystery of his identity is peeled back in layers the bond between Ruth and Annie and later between Ruth and the lead investigator emerge as counterweights to the killer’s evil purposes There is a lot to interest a mystery reader in this book The author captures perfectly the atmosphere of the small English town its inhabitants and its police The characters are authentic likeable interesting and sometimes eccentric For me the blood thirsty serial killer is the show stopper I couldn’t put the book down as it sped toward its suspenseful conclusion This one is a special read exciting and fun


  10. says:

    Deadly Thyme is a strong thriller filled with a good cast of characters With any murder mystery there is reuired a higher character number than other genres because the reader needs to figure out who did it The characters were defined individual and I had no problem remembering who was who I came close to figuring out the identity of the killer but was led down another twist and began to doubt my suspicions Although we know him as Charles we have little to go on other than that he is a mentally disturbed individual driven by hatred towards his mother Deadly Thyme is set in a rural Cornish village with beautiful scenery The story begins with the abduction of Annie Butler daughter of Ruth a Texas woman hiding out in Perrins Point Ruth is trying to leave the past behind her unfortunately Charles a man haunted by his past sees in Ruth the reflection of his mother When he abducts her daughter Ruth is thrown into a nightmareThis is a well written often tense story


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