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  • Nothing to fear

    Enjoyed were much. Con't put the book down. Suspens is high. Caracters keeps you on your toes. Good development in story line

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  • Nothing to Fear

    Not quite as intriguing as her first 3 novels but nonetheless it's still an exciting and fun read. I was rather disturbed by the vicious nature of Gardner's first female antagonist.

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  • Nothing to fear

    It was a good read really got caught up in the book and time just slipped away from me

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  • Good read

    Enjoyed reading this, nice that familiar characters are developed. Never disappointed by Karen Rose, have re-read this book and the others.

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  • Nothing to fear

    A woman out for revenge, the twists in the story are very good. Well written story. Using characters known in the first two books and continuing theme (references to religion and love of family). Definitely worth reading as a standalone book too.

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