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    Download Book Best Sellers in PDF format the chance to help dozens of people over the years But that secret has also created a trail, and now someone with violent intentions has begun to follow itForced to run for his life, Sam returns to his hometown for the first time since the death of his family There, Roger Sandbrook old family friend and local history professor welcomes him in and gives him aid Sam quickly learns that he isn t the only one with secrets, however, and that Roger just might be the only person who can help himFrom the tired small towns of the Midwest to the streets of historic Salem, Sam s journey will carry him through painful memories and across centuries of forgotten history But as the questions stack up, will he also find the answers he needs."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 356 pages
  • Grave Suspicion
  • Aaron Mahnke
  • English
  • 18 August 2018

10 thoughts on “Grave Suspicion

  1. Angela Angela says:

    Avoid this book if you want to remain a fan of Aaron and Lore It reads like a first draft The characters actions aren t based on logic, their social interactions are not grounded in reality, the story s pacing is uneven, and it s far too long due to many gratuitous descriptions The narrative assumes the reader is as unintelligent as the main character who is so dumb that I m shocked he s lived as long as he has even long before the story took place As a fan of Aaron s podcast and his sty Avoid this book if you want to remain a fan of Aaron and Lore It reads like a first draft The characters actions aren t based on logic, their social interactions are not grounded in reality, the story s pacing is uneven, and it s far too long due to many gratuitous descriptions The narrative assumes the reader is as unintelligent as the main character who is so dumb that I m shocked he s lived as long as he has even long before the story took place As a fan of Aaron s podcast and his style of storytelling, I m extremely disappointed that this is the work he s pushing his audience to buy


  2. Zep Zep says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I m feeling very conflicted about writing a review one one hand I want to like it I like the author s podcast and in general I want to be a nice guy I feel like criticizing too much is much like beating up on people that can t really fight back on the other hand, I feel there are some serious flaws some typos that are kinda nitpicky e.g opening a door by the nob , but there are also some pretty serious structural problems with the story meaning, it seems kinda pointless to start a story i I m feeling very conflicted about writing a review one one hand I want to like it I like the author s podcast and in general I want to be a nice guy I feel like criticizing too much is much like beating up on people that can t really fight back on the other hand, I feel there are some serious flaws some typos that are kinda nitpicky e.g opening a door by the nob , but there are also some pretty serious structural problems with the story meaning, it seems kinda pointless to start a story in the middle of action,have the main character run away under mysterious circumstances in the first 3% of the book and then tell me virtually the exact same thing in a far longer,drawn out way to get to 20% and not really give me any new info I find that terribly frustrating I m finding the characters to be too extreme the bad guys are the epitome of bad they kick kittens, they leer, they spit at random and have no redeeming qualities in the least the good guys are complete Mary Sues, without a hint of flaws in any aspect or if they do have a flaw it s that they care too much and can t stop themselves from righting wrongs it can not stand this seems to exist in a very black and white world and I can t understand the way most of these people react someone kicks in your door and scrawls a message in blood why would you NOT call the police doubly so if a murder is involved it just extends well past my ability to suspend disbelief, I suppose.I continued and frankly it seemed to get worse the farther I got in.so many things to this story just didn t fit well for me and I never do well with all powerful shadow evil entities that can t be stopped by mortal man Sorry it just didn t work for me at all


  3. Ksenia Ksenia says:

    I got duped into reading the first book in a series beforeof the series has been written or even been confirmed what a sucker it was fun though great for any fans of historical fiction although its not strictly that it has the same feel and is definitely well researched not the simple jump scare horror that I was looking for but I was hooked and enjoying it the whole way through.


  4. Holly Heckart Holly Heckart says:

    I find grave suspicion one of theenjoyable thrillers I ve read Mahnke does an exceptional job of creating mood That s what really keeps me coming back to his work, both print and pod.


  5. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I decided to read this book after becoming hooked on the author s fantastic podcast, Lore I felt it was my responsibility as a loyal listener to support the podcast by purchasing and reading one of the producer s novels Grave Suspicion wasn t bad Not an endorsing review, I realize, but there were several issues with the story structure and character development that impacted my enjoyment of this book.Most troubling was the impression that Sam is incredibly slow on the uptake While reading I decided to read this book after becoming hooked on the author s fantastic podcast, Lore I felt it was my responsibility as a loyal listener to support the podcast by purchasing and reading one of the producer s novels Grave Suspicion wasn t bad Not an endorsing review, I realize, but there were several issues with the story structure and character development that impacted my enjoyment of this book.Most troubling was the impression that Sam is incredibly slow on the uptake While reading, I came to conclusions that were incredibly obvious based on what I had previously read, but it took Sam much longer to come to these conclusions He struck me as stupid I understand that his education was interrupted by the death of his family, but he seemed stupid on a core level Sam was also stupidly trusting, to the point that I wanted to reach into my Kindle and shake him by the shoulders and tell him to smarten up Lastly, it seemed completely out of character for Sam to take a home with a roommate The second I read that I knew that Henry was dead This was just another indication of Sam s lack of common sense If a group of unknown weirdos nails a dead cat to the wall of your previous residence, perhaps having a roommate isn t a good idea The storyline itself was promising I like the idea of a group of witch hunters it reminded me a bit of the Illuminati made so popular in Dan Brown s novels The book ended with the possibility of a sequel I ve been thinking over the last few days whether or not I ll read it, but i m as of yet undecided I ll continue to enjoy Aaron s fantastic podcast, and heartily recommend that everyone check it out


  6. Kaitlin Kaitlin says:

    I really love Lore and wanted to support Aaron by purchasing his book I was so excited to start reading I ve actually never written a review on Goodreads before but I felt I needed to express my extreme disappointment in this book It doesn t even make sense The pieces don t fit together The main character is so frustrating because he is an idiot He doesn t catch on to things that the reader has caught on to ages before This book was so frustrating to read I even started writing and markin I really love Lore and wanted to support Aaron by purchasing his book I was so excited to start reading I ve actually never written a review on Goodreads before but I felt I needed to express my extreme disappointment in this book It doesn t even make sense The pieces don t fit together The main character is so frustrating because he is an idiot He doesn t catch on to things that the reader has caught on to ages before This book was so frustrating to read I even started writing and marking and making notes on the pages themselves I will continue to listen to Lore because I love everything about the podcast but I don t want to tarnish my high thoughts of Aaron anythan reading this book has already, so I won t read anyof his work


  7. Kassy Wills Kassy Wills says:

    Overall I enjoyed this book, but I thought it was fairly predictable and I ended up with a few questions at the end I am not sure if it s the first in a series, and if so then I will want to read the next ones I really enjoy Aaron Mahnke s podcast, so I thought this book would be a little bit different maybechilling andmysterious, but when I started to learnabout the main character I guessed the ending pretty quickly A light read that is entertaining, but not life changin Overall I enjoyed this book, but I thought it was fairly predictable and I ended up with a few questions at the end I am not sure if it s the first in a series, and if so then I will want to read the next ones I really enjoy Aaron Mahnke s podcast, so I thought this book would be a little bit different maybechilling andmysterious, but when I started to learnabout the main character I guessed the ending pretty quickly A light read that is entertaining, but not life changing I would definitely recommend listening to his podcast, Lore


  8. Themightyx Themightyx says:

    Aaron Mahnke is a wonderful writer The editing in this is a little sloppy I assume he s self editing, which is tedious work and I don t blame him for mistakes despite the assorted editing missteps, Mr Mahnke had a pretty solid plot so it threw me often I liked the story it was a little Dan Brown y, but it was entertaining He writes very much like he talks on his podcast, and often I could hear his voice narrating in my head.The three stars are just because the editing was off the book w Aaron Mahnke is a wonderful writer The editing in this is a little sloppy I assume he s self editing, which is tedious work and I don t blame him for mistakes despite the assorted editing missteps, Mr Mahnke had a pretty solid plot so it threw me often I liked the story it was a little Dan Brown y, but it was entertaining He writes very much like he talks on his podcast, and often I could hear his voice narrating in my head.The three stars are just because the editing was off the book was amusing If you like Lore, I recommend his book


  9. Jeff Jeff says:

    Fairly standard thriller story with a supernatural twist I was yanked out of the story quite a few times by spelling and editing mistakes And unfortunately, none of the characters struck me as especially strong or memorable It ended on an unresolved cliffhanger, too, so hopefully he is planning on writing a sequel Not that this book needs a sequel, exactly, but it really would have benefited from an additional chapter where the conflicts and questions were resolved satisfactorily.


  10. Michelle Michelle says:

    I m torn on this book because I want to LOVE it so badly But I can t I listened to the audiobook and it was read fairly well But the characters were a bit flat The plot and premise were intriguing, especially if you like the Salem Witch Trials, but there were quite a few moments of plodding prose The story could certainly have been tighter andcomplex, but overall, it was a fun, quick read.


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Grave Suspicion➸ [Read] ➳ Grave Suspicion By Aaron Mahnke ➽ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Sam Hawthorne has lived a nomadic life, wandering through small midwestern towns for the past two decades He is known among the people he meets as an oddity and a troublemaker He has a secret, however Sam Hawthorne has lived a nomadic life, wandering through small midwestern towns for the past two decades He is known among the people he meets as an oddity and a troublemaker He has a secret, however one that has given him the chance to help dozens of people over the years But that secret has also created a trail, and now someone with violent intentions has begun to follow itForced to run for his life, Sam returns to his hometown for the first time since the death of his family There, Roger Sandbrook old family friend and local history professor welcomes him in and gives him aid Sam quickly learns that he isn t the only one with secrets, however, and that Roger just might be the only person who can help himFrom the tired small towns of the Midwest to the streets of historic Salem, Sam s journey will carry him through painful memories and across centuries of forgotten history But as the questions stack up, will he also find the answers he needs.


About the Author: Aaron Mahnke

Aaron Mahnke is the creator, producer, and host of the hit podcast Lore Best of iTunes , Executive Producer of the Lore television show onfrom the producers of The Walking Dead , and author of The World of Lore book series Penguin Random House Del ReyBorn and raised in Illinois, Aaron now lives with his wife and children on the historic North Shore of Boston, where he writes and records full time.