The Girl with The Gift by J.S Donovan

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  • File Size: 1800 KB
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: April 2, 2018
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English

 

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Mystery masterminds J.S Donovan, author of “The Painting Murders,” and Alexandria Clarke, author of “Little Girl Lost,” whose stories have collectively accumulated 400+ five-star reviews, come together in this SUPER BOX SET for the first time! That’s FOUR BOOK SERIES totaling TWELVE NOVELS!

Little Girl Lost

When the seventeen-year-old star of the high school softball team vanishes from a small town, the victim’s estranged older sister, Bridget Dubois, returns home in order to find her. The only problem is that Bridget has a reputation, and the locals aren’t pleased by her reappearance. Without anyone to help her, Bridget must find a way to reconnect with her younger sister before time runs out.

The Painting Murders

A twenty-two year old murder, a prophetic female painter who foretells her husband’s death, and a vengeful killer collide in the trendy city of Northampton, Massachusetts all the way to Amish country in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

The Haunting of Rachel Harroway

In 1983, a family of four was murdered in their nineteenth century Queen Anne manse. There were no witnesses, no real investigation, and no survivors.

Over thirty years later, the house is suddenly back on the market. Ready to settle down, a young married couple moves from New York City to their dream home in the quiet town of Highlands, North Carolina. However, as past secrets come to light and unpredictable strangers violate their privacy, the couple’s hope for a fresh start twists into the fuel for their darkest nightmares.

The Lost Orphans

A murder twenty-five years forgotten, a female detective with the ability to communicate with the dead, and a killer without boundaries clash in the heart of winter.

It’s Christmas, and there’s been another murder. Rachel Harroway, a homicide detective gifted in the arts and communication with the dead, tracks a serial killer lurking in the shadows for the last twenty-five years. The closer Rachel gets to solving the mystery, the more the unforgiving Appalachian winter weather and supernatural energies push back, forcing Rachel to decide how far she’ll go for a man society has forsaken.

1 review for The Girl with The Gift by J.S Donovan

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    I am not sure how to review this because some are J.S. Donovan but the rest I do not think are. It seems to only come in this boxed set, so I am reviewing the 3 I read first – the Lost Girl series.

    I have to say…give it a chance. It was slow in some parts of book 1 but then was faster moving.

    I loved the relationship between the characters – they were real and I REALLY LIKED the characters. Sometimes authors tend to make female lead characters BITCHY BEYOND REASON and so flawed their own mothers would not like them. THESE CHARACTERS WERE RELATABLE and you were grabbed by their realness.

    The only flaws – if these were sold as separate books as they are written, I would NEVER HAVE READ BOOK 2. Because this came boxed this way it was not an issue but AS MANY HAVE STATED, I DETEST AN AUTHOR SO INSECURE WITH THEMSELVES AND THEIR WRITING THAT THEY EXTORT YOU INTO BUYING A SECOND OR THIRD BOOK BECAUSE THE FIRST ONE DOES NOT END, BUT IS LEFT HANGING. FYI AUTHORS – I DO NOT BUY ANOTHER BOOK AND IF I READ REVIEWS THAT STATE THIS, I DO NOT BUY ANYTHING BY YOU.

    WE AS READERS DESERVE BETTER. You as an author should feel better about your writing and know we will like it and buy another.

    The other flaw *****SPOILER ALERT DO NOT READ PAST HERE IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW******

    When Bridgit had him pinned in the car – she could have incapacitated him then and there and did not. THAT DID NOT RING TRUE OF HER SUPPOSED HATE FOR HIM AND TO GO ALONG WITH HIM AT ALL MADE NO SENSE…it felt like the author did not know how to tie up the end better and so through that in. It was a disappointment.

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