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Free download Thief River Falls ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö [Reading] ➷ Thief River Falls By Brian Freeman – Harrowing loss psychological trauma and a deadly mystery test the human will to survive in this electrifying novel from award winning author Brian FreemanLisa Power is a tortured ghostR remote house as she struggles with the loss of her entire family a series of tragedies she calls the “Dark Star”Then a nameless runaway boy shows up at her door with a terrifying story he’s just escaped death after witnessing a brutal murder a crime the police want to cover up Obsessed with the boy’s safety Lisa resolves to expose this crim. I'm glad this book was free Very contrived and predictable Characters were so stereotypical that I thought I was reading a Hallmark Christmas movie script All the 'twists' were telegraphed chapters in advance Way too much descriptive text I love a good psychological thriller but it can't just be that the main character is crazy and none of the story happened Ugh I found myself skimming pages because I knew what was going to happen and I was right

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E but powerful men in Thief River Falls are desperate to get the boy back and now they want her tooLisa and her young visitor have nowhere to go as the trap closes around them Still under the strange unforgiving threat of the Dark Star Lisa must find a way to save them both or they’ll become the victims of another shocking tragedy she can’t fores. Thief River Falls is a standalone psychological thriller by Brian Freeman Since I am a long time fan of his Jonathan Stride series and also his newer books I was excited to read this new venture I was also curious about the title since the Stride series is mainly set in Duluth Minnesota and this is set across the state in the northwest corner a mere 70 miles from the Canadian border and about 50 miles from Grand Forks North Dakota The closest I have ever been to TRF is Crookston which I had been to numerous times back in the 1970s when I was a college student in BemidjiFreeman’s protagonist Lisa Power is a thriller writer from Thief River Falls The story opens with a video book group in which she is asked if she is ever concerned that one of her thrillers might inspire someone to commit a similar crime and whether that would make her feel guilty Cue Twilight Zone musicLater that night Lisa spies a young boy alone in the dark in her yard When she catches up to him he tells her that he doesn’t know his name and does not remember what happened to him He recalls riding in a truck He does not want to go to the hospital because “people die there” Since he needs a name Lisa calls him Purdue after the character in her book which was titled “Thief River Falls” Eventually the boy remembers enough to tell her that he is in grave danger and that he fears law enforcement Lisa is determined to learn who he is and to keep him safe The result is a high risk game of cat and mouse People she thought were her friends turn out to be threats Whom can she trust She is estranged from her only remaining family member her twin brother The phrase that ran through my was “just because you’re paranoid that doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you”The writing wasn’t Freeman’s usual 5 star performance Something was missing and I couldn’t uite put my finger on it Perhaps the plot felt a bit contrived Nevertheless I was hooked And even as the action picked up and the end drew near I was caught by surprise by the twist at the end Brian Freeman you got me good4 stars

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Thief River FallsHarrowing loss psychological trauma and a deadly mystery test the human will to survive in this electrifying novel from award winning author Brian FreemanLisa Power is a tortured ghost of her former self The author of a bestselling thriller called Thief River Falls named after her Thief River eBook #201 rural Minnesota hometown Lisa is secluded in he. Just okayThroughout this bookI felt like everything was so contrived and people did and said things that were illogical by the end I understood why that was but the twist did not really make up for the story before it In trying to make the end a surprise the main character wasn't developed enough for me to feel like I knew her or importantly to like her Or to feel the connection she had with the boy Yes who wouldn't want to help a kid in need but I wasn't feeling the extreme devotion that was writtenI read it but I didn't feel it if that makes any sense On the plus side it did keep my attention and I did want to keep reading to find out how it ends but I also felt like I wAs wishing it would just get done already The author is great at describing settings but I didn't want all the time it took to put me in the place I just wanted it to be done