Violet Dawn Paperback
Kanner Lake Series 1
by Brandilyn Collins;
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She jerked her leg away.
What was that? She rose to a sitting position, groped around with her left hand.
Fine wisps wound themselves around her fingers.
She yanked backward, but the tendrils clung. Something solid bumped her wrist.
Paige gasped. With one frantic motion she shook her arm free, grabbed the side of the hot tub, and heaved herself out.
Paige Williams slips into her hot tub in the blackness of night—and finds herself face to face with death.
Alone, terrified, fleeing a dark past, Paige must make an unthinkable choice.
In Violet Dawn, hurtling events and richly drawn characters collide in a breathless story of murder, the need to belong, and faith’s first glimmer. One woman’s secrets unleash an entire town’s pursuit, and the truth proves as elusive as the killer in their midst.
“…Features a sympathetic heroine and uses flashbacks effectively to set up a this tale about child abuse and its long-term impact. With several suspense titles under her belt, Collins knows how to weave faith into a rich tale. Possible crossover appeal for fans of Mary Higgins Clark.” –Library Journal
“Collins’s skill in handling multiple points of view and time shifts, which flow easily together and advance the plot…interesting details of police procedure and crime scene investigation…a promising and entertaining beginning to the Kanner Lake Series.” –Publisher’s Weekly
Violet Dawn by Brandilyn Collins was published by Zondervan in August 2006 and is our 31681st best seller. The ISBN for Violet Dawn is 9780310252238.
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|Page last updated||19th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Brandilyn Collins|
|Publisher||Zondervan (August 2006)|
|Number of Pages||336|