The Island

The Island

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Baker & Taylor
While walking on the beach Beth Anderson stumbles upon a human skull that then disappears, and it is only when a body washes up on shore that people believe her story, especially Keith Henson, a stranger who follows her every move.

Baker
& Taylor

While walking on the beach with her niece, Beth Anderson stumbles upon a human skull, which then disappears, and it is only when a body washes up on shore and she becomes the target of a dangerous killer, that people believe her story, especially Keith Henson, a stranger who follows her every move. 200,000 first printing.

Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Mira, c2006
ISBN: 9780778322832
0778322831
Branch Call Number: FICTION GRAHAM
FICTION GRAHAM
Characteristics: 376 p. ; 24 cm

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msandlier
Dec 22, 2012

Very predictable. Just like a couple of her other books. I won't be reading any more of her books. The main female character, Beth, is a total grouch!! She's either demanding, curt, angry....WAY too negative for me. I finished the book just to learn what the end was, but I had guessed who-done-it long before the end.

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rahmmie
Dec 29, 2011

Simply, a very bad book. Predictable and as usual for Graham, cookie-cutter writing. If you're into the whole "doomed romance" thriller where you know right from the beginning that the 300 pages in between are just filler until the main characters get together, then this book is for you

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