A Face at the Window

A Face at the Window

Book - 2009
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Jake Triptree's peaceful idyll in Eastport is threatened when Ozzie Campbell, the man who murdered her mother three decades earlier, mysteriously disappears before he is to stand trial. Despite the reassurance of the local police chief Jake has a terrible sense of foreboding as to where Campbell will turn up next.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2009.
ISBN: 9780553591125
9780553806793
Characteristics: 311 p. ;,24 cm.

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pagegb Aug 13, 2014

I agree. Its too far fetched to believe all these mysteries befall this particular woman and her friends. It's kind of boring now.

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Babalouis
May 06, 2013

o.k. I could not read this book. I think I am tired of having Jake as the target in almost every book and this time Elie's child is dragged into this ..no. This is too much. I have to stop reading these series which seemed more light-hearted and funny in the earlier books. Too bad, because I do like the location and the characters but surely even in Eastport another target for malfeasance could be found amongst the locals.

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