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Publication Date: 2011
Across many markets--CBA, ABA, and Hollywood--Kathryn Mackel is known as a creative wordsmith who can write fast-paced action with well-developed characters and imaginative plots. She is the author of both adult and youth fiction and is an accredited screenwriter. She pioneered the supernatural sub-genre known as Christian Chillers,” including the critically acclaimed The Surrogate, The Departed, and The Hidden. Her fantasy offerings include books 1 and 2 of the Birthright Project, Outriders and Trackers.
Carla2 Stars Out Of 5July 23, 2009CarlaThis started out really enticing, grew, but then platued quickly. I felt the characters underground were disconnected a bit from the rest of the plot. The book just ended, unfinished, even for a sequel, which my copy didn't indicate. Disappointed.
Patti D5 Stars Out Of 5June 23, 2008Patti DExcellent book. Keeps you wondering "what would you do"? "What's going to happen next?" Waiting for book #2!!
Susan Bauer2 Stars Out Of 5May 27, 2008Susan BauerWasn't what I expected. Probably won't recommend the book to others. Loved the cover and the description.
nora4 Stars Out Of 5December 31, 2007noraThis book starts out describing the events that happen after a bombing. The author has broken down the events of this book into hours. The first section is named The First Hour (of course it is!) What do the police and federal agents do immediately after a bombing has occurred? This is a post 911 book. References are made to that event and how things are done differently now. The book is suspenseful and Kathryn develops about 5 main characters all of which have their own dramas happening in the middle of this tragedy. As I was reading along and got into The Fifth Hour of the book some really unexpected things started to happen. I didnt see how this author was going to tie this all up and explain this new twist in the story. I only had 5 chapters to go in the fifth hour. There wasnt enough time. Then I thought if she did tie it up it would have to be quick and it would ruin the story. I read the last page of the book and realized that this was book#1 in a new series that she is writing.(I didn't read the back cover of this book first) Ok, that explained a lot. This book really leaves you hanging. All 5 main characters are in the middle of suspenseful drama. She definitely leaves you wondering what exactly is keeping this town in Massachusetts stranded. Why hadnt anyone come to help them? What is that mist? Will the bomber strike again? Who is this all connected? I dont know how long youll have to wait for the sequel. All I know is that it will be worth the wait.