[Ebook] ↠ Backtrack (Haggerty Mystery, #8) Author Betsy Brannon Green – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk



10 thoughts on “Backtrack (Haggerty Mystery, #8)

  1. says:

    This is a fun, easy read with well drawn lively affectionate Southern characters, intriguing mystery plot with a Miss Marple flare and equally engaging subplot There is also a tastefully handled romance I listened to the audio version which is excep...


  2. says:

    It was a good mystery and I love that I feel I know these characters from her other books This one really had two different stories going on at once during the same weekend so it was good to jump back and forth She did a great job cutting the one story off and going to the next one seamlessly I felt that the one story was predictable what would happenalmost There was a twist but I had it figured out That could be bc I know her stories and look for what she could do to add a twist too I It was a good mystery and I love that I feel I know these characters from her other books This one really had two different stories going on at once during the same weekend so it was good to jump back and forth ...


  3. says:

    This is now my second favorite book in the series It is well written, interesting, and continually moves forward and pulls you in.And did I mention funny and cute As evidenced below Now that s what I call a truce.


  4. says:

    This was a simple read that worked since I was on vacation at the time and didn t want anything too heavy However the characters in my opinion didn t have much depth The story was somewhat predictable as well Not my favorite mystery Good recipes at the back though


  5. says:

    I read this book for our book group this month, and it was fun to read suspenseful adult fiction for a change I don t know if I would have ever picked it up if it hadn t been recommended to me This book is 8 of the Hagger...


  6. says:

    Absolutely the worst of the Haggerty series, which has been a disappointment after the great potential of Hearts in Hiding. This book deals with everything from a woman jilted almost at the altar to hostage taking, murders, and other deaths with a lightness of tone that just doesn t work or seem appropriate to the subjects A murderer is presented as a sympathetic character and his pathology explained away as the result of an abusive childhood, as though that were an excuse for premeditated mur Absolutely the worst of the Haggerty series, which has been a disappointment after the great potential of Hearts in Hiding. This book deals with everything from a woman jilted almost at the altar to hostage taking, murders, and other deaths with a lightness of tone that just doesn t work or seem appropriate to the subjects A murderer is presented as a sympathetic character and his pathology explained away as the result of an abusive childhood, as though that were an excuse for premeditated murders, other murders, kidnapping, attempted murder, and felony escape Most puzzling is a plot hole where a couple has hiked two miles in the snow and are in a...


  7. says:

    This was an interesting book in which the lives of a few ladies from the same town encounter dangerous circumstances about the same time but separate of each other I found it different from most books in that the lives of the two groups of women did not connect, but for a common character who was not the main character Basically, it s two stories in one However, they were both intriguing stories Lettie is a bride to be when her wedding is unexpectedly called...


  8. says:

    I was originally excited to read this book, but it was kind of disappointing There were two totally separate plot lines that didn t seem to have much to do with each other In a couple places I felt like she was trying to trick the reader, and I really don t like that It won t stop me from ...


  9. says:

    This book is enjoyable, not as captivating as some I have recently read, but it is still a good book I do like how the author put the recipes that the characters make in the back of the book That brings the story to life ...


  10. says:

    It has been nearly a week since I finished this and I can t remember what goodreads rating I d decided on but I do remember thinking that this was the best book of the series and I think I rated book 7 as a 4 because it was better than book 6, etc I hope there is a book 9 This is the quick, di...


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Backtrack (Haggerty Mystery, #8) It S Been Years Since Four Best Friends Have All Been Together In The Same Place A Retreat To A Mountain Cabin Sounds Like Just The Thing To Help Each Woman Forget Her Everyday Stresses, At Least Momentarily It S Time To Reconnect And Have Some Fun But The Light Hearted Gathering Suddenly Turns Dark As A Severe Storm Knocks Out The Electricity And Leaves The Four Stranded And As It Turns Out, The Man In Uniform Who Shows Up On Their Door May Not Be There To Help Meanwhile, Back In Haggerty, Miss Eugenia Has Found Love When A Younger Rival For Her Man S Affection Arrives, Miss Eugenia Gets To Work In Her Characteristically Feisty Way, Learning All She Can About This Upstart But While Her Discoveries May Help Her Win Her Man, It May Also Get Her Killed Best Selling Author Betsy Brannon Green Will Captivate New And Returning Readers Alike With This Thrilling Story Full Of Enchanting Characters, Southern Charm, And Riveting Suspense.