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  1. says:

    I missed this when it came out in 1993 at a time when the serial killer novel was fresh and satisfying to a good boy like me as well as a great lesson in manners And as a product of its time all the basic elements are here probably than needed In fact it is an overstuffed work and one star less in uality than Parker's best

  2. says:

    This was different from Parker's other novels that I've read Although it is a mystery it is much metaphysical than the usual in the genre Characters are complex The plot is well defined and has many twists and turns It is not a uick read but the reader will stay up late trying to learn what happens next

  3. says:

    I have been trying to read the books I have missed by this author T Jefferson Parker since I enjoy his writing immensely This particular novel has a complicated plot a lot of action interesting characters and also philosophical points to ponderIt takes place in Orange County CA mostly in Laguna Beach and the time span cov

  4. says:

    I've been foraging around for Jefferson Parker books ever since I read California Girl Silent Joe and The Fallen After discovering and devouring those 3 novels I felt I'd stumbled onto a not so well known writer of excellent thrillermystery books and yippee he's written so many of themAnd admittedly Summer of Fear was written befo

  5. says:

    This was my first book by Parker and I was impressed enough that I will definitely be reading of him He has several that

  6. says:

    This is now one of my favorite tales from T Jefferson Parker Russ Monroe crime writer finds himself a prime suspect in the investigati

  7. says:

    I remember seeing this book on my mother's bookshelf when I was growing up so when I stumbled across it in the library I figured I'd give it a shot I was vaguely aware with T Jefferson Parker as an author but I'd never read

  8. says:

    Crime writer Ross Monroe lives in a house on stilts in Laguna Canyon His wife is suffering from a malignant brain tumor and Monroe's health insurance has stopped paying her claims On July 3 the night the story begins there is a hot wind blow

  9. says:

    this was vacation reading it was ok but I just felt there wasn't one believable character in the story and that the story itself was just over the top Honestly Marty doesn't go to jail for what he does? And Russ is constantly having his own pity party don't get me wrong what's going on with is wife is horrible but why is that even in the story He could be a happily married guy and that plot wouldn't change he could be single and only the v

  10. says:

    Love me some T Jeff and I can't believe I missed this one until nowIt is as usual a suspenseful gory intense summer read I love how his books take place in S Cal this one is Laguna It is very graphicand the second plot line about the brain cancer stricken wife is heartbreaking The main character Monroe's soul searching in the face of adver

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When reportercrime writer Russell Monroe finds his former lover brutally slain in an apparently ritual style he suspects a connection to other recent murders in the county Somehow the case never appears on the police blo. This was different from Parker s other novels that I ve read Although it is a mystery it is much metaphysical than the usual in the genre Characters are complex The plot is well defined and has many twists and turns It is not a uick read but the reader will stay up late trying to learn what happens next

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And Russell becomes the contact of the deranged man responsible As Monroe gets dangerously entangled in this deadly intrigue he must fight for his life while watching his wife fight for hers against a terminal brain tumo. I remember seeing this book on my mother s bookshelf when I was growing up so when I stumbled across it in the library I figured I d give it a shot I was vaguely aware with T Jefferson Parker as an author but I d never read any of his books I must say that as an introduction Summer of Fear is a really uite good If the rest of his books are as well written as this I m very interested in reading of his work Summer of Fear reads like a thriller than a mystery but the mystery elements are entertaining by themselves Never mind that I saw the ending coming within the first third of the book indeed the twist is not the draw here Parker s writing is entertaining if not technically exemplary and I presume since this is an early example would get better with later books Summer of Fear is on the edge of my wheelhouse I m partial to horror or hard boiled mysteries than this kind of slasherthrillermystery though I ve read a number of books like this over the years As an example of the type Summer of Fear is a recommendable and enjoyable read but not one I d suggest as a first read There are better ones out there for all I know even within the author s canon but if you like the crime thriller as a concept this is a book worth reading

Free download æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ê T. Jefferson Parker

Tter although Russell saw his former colleague homicide chief Marty Parish leaving the scene of the crime and soon all evidence of the death disappears Meanwhile a string of killings continues in the same gruesome style. This is now one of my favorite tales from T Jefferson Parker Russ Monroe crime writer finds himself a prime suspect in the investigation of the murder of his former mistress while he holds strong suspicions about his competitor and successor for the dead women s attentions the homicide detective seen by Monroe surreptitiously leaving the victim s house just before Monroe discovered her body Meanwhile Monroe becomes the conduit for communication between the police and a serial killer terrorizing the communities around Laguna Beach CA As if that weren t enough for an entertaining Parker plot Monroe s wife Isabella is dying and her needs for time and direct care weigh heavily on Monroe as he tries to support her to avoid arrest to prevent further serial murders and to come to terms with the impending loss of his beloved wife The plots twist and intertwine The murders are gruesome The relations between old friends detective and crime writer are strained to the breaking point There is love and death in the air It all takes place in the warm and inviting setting of sunny southern California Thanks again Jeff Parker Upon re reading while traveling in 2019 I must marvel at the compelling heart wrenching prayer uttered by Russ Monroe while swimming with his wife See Chapter 21 p 240 in the 1994 paperback edition I m still loving Jeff Parker s books generally and this one in particular