Can't Find My Way Home: A novel of romantic suspense

Can t Find My Way Home A novel of romantic suspense Brynn Wilder must confront a dark and dangerous walk back into her traumatic past Eighteen years ago twelve year old Brynn Wilder s life changed forever when her father and a teenage girl were severe

  • Title: Can't Find My Way Home: A novel of romantic suspense
  • Author: Carlene Thompson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brynn Wilder must confront a dark and dangerous walk back into her traumatic past Eighteen years ago, twelve year old Brynn Wilder s life changed forever when her father and a teenage girl were severely injured in a brutal attack in the woods.Jonah Wilder died, but fifteen year old Tessa Cavanaugh survived to tell the world about her horrific ordeal, and Brynn s devotedBrynn Wilder must confront a dark and dangerous walk back into her traumatic past Eighteen years ago, twelve year old Brynn Wilder s life changed forever when her father and a teenage girl were severely injured in a brutal attack in the woods.Jonah Wilder died, but fifteen year old Tessa Cavanaugh survived to tell the world about her horrific ordeal, and Brynn s devoted father was soon identified as the infamous Genessa Point serial killer Brynn and her family fled the town, and Brynn swore never to return.But the scars of the past won t heal, and when Brynn s tormented brother, Mark, goes back to Genessa Point only to suddenly disappear after telling a friend he has new information about his father s death, Brynn resolves to find him She may not want to confront her traumatic past, but a series of creepy and menacing incidents show that someone is determined Brynn won t escape it Can she find Mark and uncover the truth about their father s death

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    1. "Can't Find My Way Home" by Carlene Thompson is a complex psychological thriller that keeps you guessing again and again.The story is presented through the main character Brynn Wilder, as she recalls events from her childhood and as she re-acquaints herself with the Genessa Point residents that shaped her past and that of her family.Will Brynn find her brother Mark?Will she finally be able to discover who the Genessa Point Killer really was?The sordid truth is revealed piece by piece, interlocki [...]

    2. I knew from the second I started reading this book that it was a Lifetime movie in paper form and that we knew how it would end before it even started. But sometime that's okay. So I read it anyway. Terrible writing and semi-plausible story Okay for a "beach" read!

    3. This is a book that grabbed me from the first page. I eagerly worked my way through the myriad of twists and turns to see how this mystery would be solved. The author has provided an interesting and intense book about Brynn and Mark Wilder’s father, who went down in history as the Genessa Point Serial Killer. Neither Brynn nor Mark believe he was the serial killer, but, while Brynn has moved on with her life, her brother is determined to out the truth. Thus, Mark returns to Genessa Point, sear [...]

    4. This book was disappointing. The story line was interesting, and had promise, but it was poorly executed. The dialogue was painfully unrealistic, awkward and cheesy. There were a lot of different characters in the book that didn't really enhance the story or the plot. I was unable to connect with the main characters, and at the end didn't really care what happened to them.

    5. Review can be found at It's About The BookThis book is described as a “romantic” suspense. Well, someone’s missed the whole point of “romance”…that the story will have a “happily-ever-after” ending for a couple. There isn’t one, so don’t be mislead by the description. There is a vague “happy for now”…very vague. There wasn’t a single blush…no sexual tension…no heat. None.What there is, though, is a good suspense that is very nicely written. The blurb is good, and [...]

    6. I loved Thompson's "Black for Remembrance" and "In the Event of My Death". It's hard to imagine I'm reading the same author. Was I just too young to know better when I first started reading her or is her writing devolving? This book was so bad I couldn't finish-- I may have gotten halfway through. I'm one of those people who feels compelled to finish what I start so it's extremely rare for me to drop a book mid-read, but for this I made a generous exception.The plot and dialogue seemed way too c [...]

    7. Can't Find My Way Home was a great psychological thriller!! Once I had started reading I was not disappointed. The author laid everything out perfectly to the point where all you want to do is just sit down and keep turning pages. I can't tell you how many times I stayed up saying "just one more chapter".Even if you figure out who the murderer is part way through the book there's no way to guess the motive, and link everything together on your own. So even if you guess correctly you'll still enj [...]

    8. This book rather plodded along, then got somewhat sordid at the end. I'm amazed at our heroine's ability to just forget that her brother is missing, presumed kidnapped, in a town she left because her father was accused of serial murders a town where people she knows are dying unnaturally left and right in the few days she's been in townd go to the fair and have so much fun! She can also start an affair with the chief cop in town and neglect to tell him important things she knows that would have [...]

    9. I haven't read one of Carlene Thompson's books in a while, and I don't know why.I really enjoy her writing. This one is definitely a page-turner! Set in a the fictional town of Genessa Point, an Eastern shore town in Maryland, the story starts with the death of Brynn Wilder's beloved father and the attack of a young girl in the woods. The sheriff dubs Jonah Wilder the GP Killer and his son, Mark, as most likely his accomplice. With nothing left for them in GP, Brynn's Mom moves them to Baltimore [...]

    10. Can’t Find My Way Home by Carlene Thompson is a thriller that is based upon an 18 year old “solved” crime involving the protagonist, Brynn’s father. Her brother has always been convinced of their father’s innocence and on a mission to uncover new evidence he disappears this brings Brynn back to the scene of the crime, exactly where she never wanted to be. There are twists and turns here, but although I can’t point to any specific clues I solved this relatively early on. Still it was [...]

    11. This book started out slowly but got better and more exciting as it went along. A young family torn apart when the father is accused of murder and in turn is murdered himself. Mark and Brynn Wilder never believed their father was the infamous Genessa Point serial killer, much less attached the young woman who fatally stabbed him. They leave town with their mother and don't return until 18 years later when Mark comes back to Genessa Point and then suddenly disappears. Brynn must find her brother [...]

    12. well this was a disappointment to many crazy people and it wasn't very hard to figure out who was the bad party, and I usually suck at that :-)and the ending a bit of a spoiler and I can't hide it writing on the phone so.I need rainbows and unicorns and all that happy fluff goddammit I don't like happy for now, I want happily ever after

    13. Second book from this author that I have read and most definitely won't be the last. As with the other book lots of red herrings but in there and kept me guessing until the end. Wasn't entirely shocked when the killer was discovered but at same time they wasn't my first few suspects. Really well written and quite a quick read xx

    14. This did not live up to expectations. There were too many people with secrets/angst and the characters were hard to keep straight. The explanation behind the crime barely made sense. While some mysteries require a suspension of disbelief, one seeks some kind of resolution at the end and here I just felt that a number of people had suffered unnecessarily for way too long.

    15. Interesting read of a mystery.Thompson wrote several chapters developing a plot that was solved in the last five chapters. This particular book needed less commentary and more interesting development of characters involvement in crime that needed to be solved.

    16. C'était le deuxième livre de Carlene Thompson que je lisais. Ses livres sont vraiment excellents. Mon seul hic, c'est que j'ai trouvé que les deux histoires étaient bâties sur le même "format" et donc le deuxième livre causait moins d'impact de surprise.

    17. I really liked this book twists and turns , thought I figured it out again and again it turned on me I didnt even see the very end coming and thats unusal for me

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