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by Tracy Evans

  • Author: Tracy Evans
  • ISBN: 1434325156
  • ISBN13: 978-1434325150
  • ePub: 1207 kb | FB2: 1720 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (October 17, 2007)
  • Pages: 216
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 364
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Fatal Kidnapping ePub download

Fatal Kidnapping book. This new author, Tracy B. Evans, touched on every aspect of daily life. It talks about love, death, and coping with daily problems in our life

Fatal Kidnapping book. It talks about love, death, and coping with daily problems in our life. I think she did an oustanding job, and I recommend this book to anyone who loves to read a good mystery or suspense novel.

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She escaped from a cult. Fought in Afghanistan with an Explosives Ordinance Disposal unit. Shalia is haunted by the kidnapping she endured. and by a ghostly presence stalking her through the halls of the vessel taking her to Kalquor.

As Katie Stone grew up, she always feared that someone was watching her. Then, the day came when she became missing

As Katie Stone grew up, she always feared that someone was watching her. Then, the day came when she became missing. As Katie Stone grew up, she always feared that someone was watching her. When they finally find Katie, everyone is shocked that she was supposedly kidnapped by a man who had been dead for years. As Sheriff Day investigates Katie's kidnapping, he believes he uncovered the truth.

Evans subsequently demanded the payment of one million euro as ransom. With the escape of Dunu, he was able to make useful statements to the police about his kidnap. Despite pleas by the family of Dunu to make Evans reduce the ransom, even after N100 million had been paid to him, he was adamant. He insisted on the one million euro or Dunu’s life. The next day, May 13, SARS operatives in four patrol vans stormed Franzaki Street, Bucknor Estate, off Isheri Osun Road. It was the rented home of one of the workers of Maydon Pharmaceutical, identified as Emeka, a pharmacist.

A suspect in the fatal kidnapping of a Massachusetts woman whose body was found in the trunk of a car stopped by Delaware authorities has been extradited. Appearing Monday before a federal magistrate in Delaware, 32-year-old Louis D. Coleman III of Providence, Rhode Island, waived his right to a hearing and did not contest a prosecution request that he be detained pending removal to Massachusetts.

Senior Sage Reid, is kidnapped after being left without a ride to a party. She is told that there is a reason for her kidnapping and not for personal pleasure

Senior Sage Reid, is kidnapped after being left without a ride to a party. She is told that there is a reason for her kidnapping and not for personal pleasure. Sage tries to escape, but her kidnapper is always one step ahead of her. Will she be able to escape or will horrible rumors about her, change her mind.

The kidnapping and murder of Yingying Zhang occurred on June 9, 2017 when Zhang, a visiting Chinese scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, was abducted by Brendt Allen Christensen, a Champaign resident and former physics graduate.

The kidnapping and murder of Yingying Zhang occurred on June 9, 2017 when Zhang, a visiting Chinese scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, was abducted by Brendt Allen Christensen, a Champaign resident and former physics graduate student at the university. Christensen lured Zhang into his car at a bus stop on campus with the promise of a ride after she missed a bus, but then took her to his apartment where he raped and murdered her while his wife was out of town for the weekend.

As Katie Stone grew up, she always feared that someone was watching her. Then, the day came when she became missing. The whole town frantically searched for Katie. When they finally find Katie, everyone is shocked that she was supposedly kidnapped by a man who had been dead for years. As Sheriff Day investigates Katie's kidnapping, he believes he uncovered the truth. Or, did he?
Zadora
This book was pretty much one of the worst I've read of its kind. Since it was all I had with me on a 4 hour airplane ride, I managed to get to the end, although I skipped pages of pointless drivel at a time.

The story started out as promising, but from the first page I found the writing style hamhanded and awkward. There were glaring editorial mistakes like "She was on the right tract," as just one example. A lot of attention was paid to rather pointless detail, and the characters were cartoonish stereotypes in many instances. The denouement was at once predictable and utterly inconsistent with what was presented earlier in the story. Too cute for its own good.

There are other decent books in this genre. I'd skip this one.
Voodoolkree
I hate leaving bad reviews .. but this one is so bad I can't hold my tongue. It is very evident this is the author's first book ... exclamation marks at the end of every other sentence. Your instead of you're. Several other incorrectly spelled words ...and that's all in the first 2 1/2 chapters I got through. To be honest, that's as far as I got. There are way too many mystery books worthy of reading. I hope the author takes all these reviews as a learning experience.
Marirne
Upon reading the first chapter I asked myself, "Is this a joke?" Yes, it's that bad! I'm 43 and I've been reading my whole life but I've never read a book this awful. Let me say it again, "I have never read a book this bad in my entire life...Ever!" It reminded me of the Dick and Jane books when I was in grade school. The writing childish and the editing is awful and filled with mistakes. I paid over [...] with shipping and it was a complete waste of money and time. I've learned my lesson, From now on I will not buy a book without reading it's reviews, although the positive ones must be from friends and family as they are very misleading. Allyson
Error parents
"Fatal Kidnapping" tells, from three different perspectives, the story of Katie Stone's kidnapping and subsequent escape. We see it first from her father's and boyfriend's side, then we hear Katie tell the story to the sherrif, and then we find out "the truth".

Evans writes in simple, short sentences. She uses a minimalist style, and it reads as if the narrator is reciting the story in a gentle, repetitive cadence. She tends to avoid (or at least to dampen down) the conflicts in her scenes, focusing more on the current interactions of the characters, and telling about their past reactions to major crises in their lives.

Katie Stone and her surrounding characters are from a simple and rural life. I enjoyed the glimpses into this life, espeially around how Katie and her family handled the process of dying (several people have lingering illnesses).

Without giving away the ending, I will say that Evans surprised me with her glimpse into a person's dark and overly-practical side. She did a nice job of gently leading up to the surprise without revealing it too soon.
DireRaven
If you think Fatal Kidnapping is just another run-of-the-mill "woman in distress" novel, you would be so wrong! Katie Stone's father, Jed, and her fiance Caleb are frantic when they realize she is missing- thus begins the tragic tale that takes us along on Katie's journey toward self redemption that she's been seeking since childhood.
Ms. Evans somehow gets into the mind of Katie as a young girl, tracing her life until the kidnapping occurs and follows this trend all through the book until the surprise ending that will knock your socks off! No fair peeking at the last few pages now, you don't want to spoil it for yourself! A must-read for all mystery fans.
Uickabrod
What would you do if a loved one is missing?
Katie Stone has always thought someone has been following her...then when she should have gotten with her fiance for the evening, she never shows.
Caleb, her fiance, and her father, Jeb, initiate a grand scale search. Then a miracle happens - they find Katie alive! But Katie has a story to tell and she wants to tell it to the sheriff - seems the man she accuses of kidnapping her has been dead for years...
Ms. Evans has a talent for telling a story, and wanting to keep reading to see how this is all possible. I look forward to more from her.
Fatal Kidnapping is an excellent read and debut.
Cha
I don't see how anyone could have given this book any kind of positive review. Those 4-star reviews must be from her friends and family. This is the worst book I have ever started to read. I read three or four pages and had to put it down. Absolutely awful! The writing is atrocious! What a waste of my money!
The writing is so stiff and childlike that I couldn't get past the first chapter. Apparently the author hasn't heard of contractions of inferences. I decided it must have been written by someone for whom English is a second language, but then realized it was self-published. Does this woman not know anyone who could have done some basic editing for her?
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