Black Creek Crossing

Black Creek Crossing

Book - 2004
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Thirteen-year-old Angie Sullivan adores her family's new home at Black Creek Crossing, until she discovers that the house had been the scene of a double murder and the focus of a series of increasingly bizarre events.
Publisher: Waterville, MA : Thorndike Press, 2004
ISBN: 9780786265183
0786265183
Characteristics: 656 p. (large print) ; 22 cm

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tacoguy3306
Dec 04, 2017

One of John Saul's best. I'm not quite sure if it's because I know John Saul's writing style so well, but despite it being wonderfully written and suspenseful, its plot was entirely predictable, all except for the twist ending that John Saul is so well known for incorporating into his novels.

All-in-all I loved it, I recommend it to anyone who enjoys supernatural horror/mystery/suspense.

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rahmmie
Jan 20, 2011

Not much I can say except typical Saul. He seems to write a book every year recycling the same plot with almost the same characters and with minor changes to the backdrop. Entertaining enough to read but not the kind of book I would even consider reading a second time

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