Thursday, March 22, 2012

"Down The Darkest Road" by Tami Hoag

We both liked Down the Darkest Road by Tami Hoag!  A killer is loose; who and when will he strike next? This is an awesome book--Tami has done it again! Although there is not much action in this book, the suspense keeps building resulting in a fantastic ending! The writing is very good! Great job, Tami! Can't wait for her next book!
(Gerard's review)

Down The Darkest Road by Tami Hoag is about how the criminals’ rights are protected to the extent they actually walk around freely because there is no evidence that they did anything wrong.  In this book you know who the criminal is up front and what a pervert he is, yet the police can’t do anything about it because of the laws.  After a fight with her dad, 16-yr-old Leslie turns up missing.  Her younger sister, Leah, who never caused her parents any trouble grows resentful when she feels neglected.  The dad can’t handle the grief and gets killed in an “accident” leaving just the mother and Leah to deal with the incident.  When the cops can’t come up with any evidence to make an arrest, the mother goes off on her own with Leah to seek justice in her mind. 
I thought this was an interesting read but didn’t approve of the mother going off on her own being a vigilante and putting Leah in danger.  I liked the ending and enjoyed the trip though.  My favorite characters were Leah and Mendez and cop. 
(Karen's review)

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