The 9th Girl Hardcover – Jun 18 2013
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Praise for THE 9TH GIRL
“Hoag’s prose is martial-arts quick and precise, her humor is high-voltage, and her insights into the misery of high school, the toxicity of divorce, and the extreme psychosis of a serial killer are knowing and thought-provoking…one of her very best.” - Booklist
"The 9th Girl...is cannily plotted and peppered with some of the sharpest dialogue in the business." - Entertainment Weekly
"Outstanding! Tami Hoag continues to set the standard for excellence in her genre." - Suspense Magazine
"Gripping"- Publishers Weekly
Praise for Down the Darkest Road:
“A mesmerizing psychological drama on loss, guilt, frustration and implacable, unexplainable evil.” - Kirkus
“Hoag keeps tight control over her plot in this book, raising the tension with every page that turns. She knows her characters, both good and bad, and intensifies the conflict in the most absorbing way. Not every writer of suspense can manage it so successfully, but Hoag does it from beginning to end.” —Huffington Post
“Newcomers will have no trouble getting into this suspense novel rich in pre-DNA detecting methods.” — Publishers Weekly
“…the story zooms along to a satisfyingly creepy conclusion.” — USA Today
“Once again, bestselling Hoag plots craftily and creates characters readers root for.”—Kirkus Reviews (Starred)
"The chilling premise and exciting twists make Hoag's thriller in every sense of the word. Guaranteed to be in high demand" - Booklist
“Stunning…Here [Hoag] stands above the competition, creating complex characters who evolve more than those in most thrillers. The breathtaking plot twists are perfectly paced in this compulsive page-turner.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“One of the most intense suspense writers around.” —Chicago Tribune
About the Author
TAMI HOAG is the #1 international bestselling author of more than thirty books. There are more than 38 million copies of her books in print in more than 30 languages. Renowned for combining thrilling plots with character-driven suspense, Hoag first hit the New York Times bestseller list with Night Sins, and each of her books since has been a bestseller. She lives in Florida.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Tami Hoag has combined the intrigue of a murder investigation with all the hallmarks of a television episode befitting Law and Order, Dexter and CSI. Add the camaraderie and anxiety of a close knit group of investigators, detectives and police detectives and you have the formula for a story of suspense, mystery and the criminally insane.
The storyline focuses on the recent murder of a young woman and its connections to a series of murders-all with a similar MO. As the investigation moves forward, all clues begin to point to something more personal and familiar.
The storyline also pulls into play the social media and online bullying seen in many recent headline news stories around the world using teen texting, Facebook cyber stalking and the viral propaganda of the powerful and rich. Where once bullying remained in the playgrounds and schoolyards it is brought onto the world stage through social media and shown to be a breeding ground for viral innuendo, discrimination and personal attacks. Even the dead are not protected from abuse and bullies.
The 9th Girl is first and foremost a story of suspense, mystery and criminal intent.Read more ›
Well I wasn't disappointed, if you enjoy thrillers where you can't guess what it
going to happen next, well then I would suggest this book. Happy reading!
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