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✓ Read Online ↠ Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1)Kindle Ebook By Debbie Herbert ↠ green – brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1) From USA Today bestselling author Debbie Herbert comes a thrilling story of murder and madness set in the darkest corner of Alabama Everyone thinks fourteen year old Violet is a murderer After a summer night swim with her best friend, Ainsley, Violet is found confused, wandering in the forest and Ainsley s never seen again But without a body, murder charges won t stick, so Violet is sent away.After than a decade in a psychiatric ward, Violet returns to her broken down hometown of Normal, Alabama, to claim her dead mother s inheritance and help her overworked sister care for their unstable, alcoholic father Violet, still haunted by that night eleven years ago, endures horrific flashbacks and twisted hallucinations while townsfolk spit accusations and for all she knows, they re right.As the summer heats up, details of Ainsley s fate appear like a beast s wild eyes, watching in the darkness, and grim revelations about Violet s family threaten to devour her Already on the edge of madness, Violet must fight to keep her sanity long enough for the terrible truth to burst from the cold, dark waters. Read Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1) – brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

    10 thoughts on “✓ Read Online ↠ Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1)Kindle Ebook By Debbie Herbert ↠ green – brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    Wow To say that I like Southern Noir is an understatement and when it done well, it knocks my socks off Cold Waters, myFirst Reads selection for March knocked it out of the park and into the parking lot beyond This is one amazing chilling, twisty, dark book When Violet was 14 years old, tragedy struck in the town of Normal, Alabama and the town blamed Violet for its loss A young girl vanished without a trace, the last person to see her was Violet, who was found wandering in the fores Wow To say that I like Southern Noir is an understatement and when it done well, it knocks my socks off Cold Waters, myFirst Reads selection for March knocked it out of the park and into the parking l...


  2. says:

    Violet returns to Normal, Alabama after 11 years away She returns to claim her inheritance from her deceased mother s estate and help her sister take care of their ailing father Violet left town after her friend Ainsley went missing The locals believe Violet killed Ainsley, and now with Violet s return home, they believe the truth will finally be revealed.When Violet was 14 years old, she and Ainsley met up for a late night swim That night, Violet was found confused and wandering the woods Violet returns to Normal, Alabama after 11 years away She returns to claim her inheritance from her deceased mother s estate and help her sister take care of their ailing father Violet left town after her friend Ainsley went missin...


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    I have terrible luck withFirst Reads Books I didn t hate COLD WATERS as much as I have previous months choices, but I didn t like it either.Violet s friend Ainsley disappears and Violet is suspected of her murder She spends years in a psychiatric hospital and is now back in Normal, Alabama to help her awf...


  4. says:

    Cold waters hold secretsThis was my First Read choice for April, I love psychological suspense books so this was a no brainer The story goes back and forth between the disappearance of Ainsley and the ...


  5. says:

    I just wasnt that into it I was all set to give it a 3, until near the end, when it turns out that every character is either a murderer, covering up a murder, protecting a murderer, concealing evidence, planting evidence,...


  6. says:

    This Does Alabama NO FavorsBless this author s heart, she wrote a book I m sure exacted enormous amounts of effort, time, and determined hopes from her, and the most charitable thing I can say is So THAT...


  7. says:

    Two girls go into the woods for a midnight swim but only one stumbles out incoherent and unable to remember what happened.A decade later, a skeleton is discovered and old secrets come to light.There were many narrators in this story which might have been confusing but actually added to the insight into the characters psyche The central character earns sympathy off the top though it s unclear exactly her role in her friend s disappearance Is she guilty or was it all an accident Getting to the Two girls go into the woods for a midnight swim but only one stumbles out incoherent and unable to remember what happened.A decade later, a skeleton is discovered and old secrets come to light.There we...


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    Charles van BurenTOP 1000 REVIEWER2.0 out of 5 starsVery predictableApril 7, 2019Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseThis review is of the Kindle edition Publication date May 1, 2019Publisher Thomas MercerLanguage EnglishASIN B07HF4SCB7Not my usual sort of book but the author lives in Alabama and the book is set there in a town named Normal And the description promised that the town is anything but normal It all happens right next door in Alabama and is described by some as South Charles van BurenTOP 1000 REVIEWER2.0 out of 5 starsVery predictableApril 7, 2019Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseThis review is of the Kindle edition Publication date May 1...


  9. says:

    One of the worst books I ve ever readI chose this as the free kindle book and it was hugely disappointing The story line was absurd and the characters were poorly developed Huge waste of my time Don t bother reading it.


  10. says:

    I ve wavered over how to rate this book for a few days There was a lot to like about it but some things that I wasn t so keen on, in the end I decided to round up to four stars because it is basically a well written psychological mystery mixed with a bit of Southern gothic, and as a recipe it works well.The main character truly frustrated me, for her inability to see through the things going on around her, but in hindsight I m sure the author has a much better grasp on the mindset of someone in I ve wavered over how to rate this book for a few days There was a lot to like about it but some things that I wasn t so keen on, in the end I decided to round up to four stars because it is basically a well written psychological mystery mixed with a bit of Southern gothic, and as a recipe it works well.The main character truly frustrated me, for her inability to see through the things going on around her, but in hindsight I m sure the author has a much better grasp on the mindset of someone in her mental state than I do, so it s probably an accurate account of how she would be thinking On the plus side it did inspire a lot of empathy, I t...

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