Shadow Creek

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Simon & Schuster, 2013 - Fiction - 367 pages
4 Reviews
In Brooklyn, Val waits for her soon-to-be ex-husband, Evan, to pick up their daughter, Brianne, for their Adirondacks excursion, along with his new fiancee. When Evan phones to say he's been delayed, he asks Val to drive Brianne to the hotel. Val secretly hopes to learn more about his relationship with his fiancee and to keep their daughter from forming too close a bond with the younger woman who might be her replacement. After Evan confirms he is tied up at work, Val decides they'll all go camping and manages to persuade her reluctant companions. No one is yet aware of the brutal murders that have taken place only a few miles away. Eventually campers and killers collide, secrets are revealed, and lives are changed forever.

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User Review  - Ellemir - LibraryThing

I agree with many reviews here, this book is definately not one of Joy Fielding's better novels. The characters are stereotypical and a little annoying, the story is not very plausible , the ... Read full review

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User Review  - steeleyjan - LibraryThing

This novel had a shot.. the genre was stated to be mystery / suspense. The reader does experience some suspenseful moments, but way too late in the story, causing problems with the story's execution ... Read full review

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JOY FIELDING is the author of the "New York Times "bestsellers "Charley's Web," "Heartstopper," "Mad River Road," "See Jane Run," and other acclaimed novels. She divides her time between Toronto and Palm Beach, Florida. Visit her website at

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