Night Sins

Night Sins Tami Hoag
  • Title: Night Sins
  • Author: Tami Hoag
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  • Night Sins Tami Hoag Night Sins A peaceful Minnesota town where crime is something that just doesn t happen is about to face its worst nightmare A young boy disappears There are no witnesses no clues only a note cleverly tauntin
    A peaceful Minnesota town, where crime is something that just doesn t happen, is about to face its worst nightmare A young boy disappears There are no witnesses, no clues only a note, cleverly taunting, casually cruel Has a cold blooded kidnapper struck Or is this the reawakening of a long quiet serial killer A tough minded investigator on her first, make or break caseA peaceful Minnesota town, where crime is something that just doesn t happen, is about to face its worst nightmare A young boy disappears There are no witnesses, no clues only a note, cleverly taunting, casually cruel Has a cold blooded kidnapper struck Or is this the reawakening of a long quiet serial killer A tough minded investigator on her first, make or break case A local cop who fears that big city evils have come to stalk his small town home Together they are hunting for a madman who knows no bounds, to protect a town that may never feel safe again.From the Paperback edition.
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    About Tami Hoag


    1. Tami Hoag is the 1 internationally bestselling author of than thirty books published in than thirty languages worldwide, including her latest thrillers BITTER SEASON, COLD COLD HEART and THE 9TH GIRL Renowned for combining thrilling plots with character driven suspense, Hoag first hit the New York Times Bestseller list with NIGHT SINS, and each of her books since has been a bestseller She leads a double life in Palm Beach County, Florida where she is also known as a top competitive equestrian in the Olympic discipline of dressage Other interests include the study of psychology, and mixed martial arts fighting Visit her at tamihoag, Facebook TamiHoag and on Twitter TamiHoag


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    1. When an eight year old boy goes missing from a small Minnesota town in the dead of winter, Special Agent Megan Malloy works to assist Mitch Holt, the town s chief of police, in locating him She s newly promoted to the position as the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension s BCA regional agent and as the first woman in that role, she s also got a lot to prove There was a lot going on in this story in addition to solving the abduction Megan has a fast and firm rule against dating cops and with [...]

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    2. The best line is on page 300 She breathed in the waxy scent of crayons and felt as if one had been driven through her heart Hah I m on page 404 and so far there have been three official clues and the MOST TEDIOUS characters The woman who broke the sex barrier for females in her position in law enforcement broke her no dating cops rule and slept with the chief the second day she knew him, putting her job at risk and looking like an idiot to all working women to boot I no longer care about Josh, m [...]

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    3. The best way I can describe this novel is pure disappointment It seems the author got carried away with the numerous characters in this story and didn t know how to end the mystery The final chapter was annoying in the sense that it left me completely hanging on why the kidnapping occurred, what the reasoning was behind the culprit and would the killer strike again Hoag left the novel hanging so I figured a sequel might be written to extend the characters, but there isn t anything I will not rea [...]

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    4. This book was written in 1995 I did not finish it because The main character, Megan O Malley, was newly assigned to replace a long time and beloved detective in small town Minnesota Megan is well qualified with 10 years of experience and ample credentials, but seems determined to show the huge chip on her shoulder at every turn She not only criticizes the investigative methods of the Chief her boss but does so publicly Again and again he acknowledges in many concrete ways that he respects her ab [...]

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    5. 2 stars because I finished it _.Spoilers, maybe, I don t know.This book was horrible I know it was written in the nineties but God were the nineties this bad The characters are all such stereotypes.The police chief who moved to a small town after his wife and son were murdered and swore never to get emotionally attached again, the female field agent with a crappy childhood and daddy issues, the stunning news reporter with no conscience who sleeps with people for a scoop Rolling your eyes yet And [...]

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    6. This book and the second book in the series need to be read back to back It s really one plot broken into two books based on the H h romance Well, not romance as it s definitely insta lust and sex This book felt like it had a lot of filler which did not advance the plot or add to the characters development Plus it really ends with the plot unfinished which in my books, is a cliffhanger I hate cliffhangers and serials I like series, but not serials which leave me with the this is incomplete and f [...]

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    7. I picked this up one day at the library because I was intrigued by the description Now I m just glad I didn t pay for it I thought this book was supposed to be a mystery, but the main characters were much interested in each other than in finding a missing boy Definitely not worth a read.

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    8. This is story of a missing eight years boy Josh Kirkwood and his family and how the involved cops faced his mysterious disappearance.The author managed to keep the suspense until the end no spoilers here and describing the main characters lives around this crime.4 Down the Darkest Road Oak Knoll, 3 4 Night Sins Deer Lake, 1

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    9. bit cheesey in parts but so glad of it, nowt else to read

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    10. Tami Hoag has written some decent novels, but alas, Night Sins does not fit into that category This novel is ostensibly a mystery, set around the abduction of a young boy from a hockey rink in remote Deer Lake, MI But what should be the focus of the plot, which might have been pretty compelling, takes second place to a romance that could not have been of a cliche, but could have served well as two years of episodes for a TV soap opera Sexy Megan O Malley, a petite bundle of sass, breezes into t [...]

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    11. I ve read quite a lot of books by this author and have always preferred her crime novels to her earlier romance novelst somehow this book manages to combine the two to good effect The story is set over twelve or so days, starting with the arrival of Megan O Malley, the new BCA agent assigned to a small town Within hours of her arrival, a young boy is abducted As the kidnapper plays with the police, essentially influencing the investigation in one direction, then another, the whole town is dragge [...]

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    12. Bloody awful book full of stereotype characters and ad nauseam tropes How did this make it to the best seller list I was handed this book while waiting at an airport The person had just finished it and said that the book wasn t a bad read Maybe I misunderstood and the person said it was a bad read I was bored so I read it on a long flight Wish I hadn t.All the stock characters are here The strong female cop with daddy issues trying to make it in a man s world, who falls for the local police chie [...]

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    13. This book was great I picked it up, and from that point on I couldn t put it down It was fast paced with a lot of suspense and it kept me guessing until the last few chapters as to who the criminal was.There was a nice romantic element to the story, and I really fell in love with some of the characters There were also characters that Hoag forced you to love to hate I couldn t help disliking them, I actually enjoyed hating them and kept wishing dreadful things on them lol But I think that s a mar [...]

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    14. Sadly the book description was way better than the actual book A young boy disappears from an ice rink in a small Minnesota town, prompting an investigation that shatters small town illusions But this description with all its potential is as good as it gets The characters are better described as caricatures and frankly any women should cringe at how Agent Megan O Malley is represented Repeatedly she makes bad decisions that go against everything that she believes in Moreover for someone who is s [...]

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    15. Good thriller I read it ages ago and only thought of it tonight when a buddy told me she started reading a Tami Hoag novel I remember being excited when Night Sins was adapted for the small screen starring Valerie Bertinelli and Harry Hamlin I gobbled up the sequel before the movie adaptation premiered on February 23, 1997.

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    16. 540 pages of sub zero chills as a small Minnesota town searchs for a missing boy Strong female characters, lots of suspense and romance.

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    17. uma obra excessivamente longa para a hist ria que quer contar, mais ainda se considerarmos que o mist rio se prolonga para uma segunda parte Deer Lake 2 A M o do Pecado, ou no original Guilty as Sin O suspense desdobra se em largas passadas, minuciosamente trabalhadas e at intensas, ainda que com um ligeiro aroma a naftalina H demasiados momentos que surgem como flagrante desculpa para que os coprotagonistas a novi a Megan O Malley e o pol cia Mitch Holt se envolvam f sica e psicologicamente, e [...]

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    18. This is the fictional account of a small Minnesota town and the abduction of a young boy the son of a highly respected physician and her accountant husband.Hoag skillfully presents a two week torturous ordeal for the family, the community, and the law enforcement people In fact, Agent Megan O Malley is experiencing a baptism of fire, since her first day on the job as a field agent is also the day the boy was taken This will hold your interest as the winding path of the plotline takes you inside [...]

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    19. Actually, it s a major achievement for me to FINISH a book of this length 500 pages I ve been tossing books aside for months now and this one I read to the end I did resort to skimming starting about halfway through, something I never have done before, but as one other reviewer pointed out, the digressions and lengthy explanations of every word and action became overwhelming at times Annoying, to tell the truth.And yes, the ending wasn t quite the neat wrap up one likes to see after investing th [...]

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    20. Josh Kirkwood is an 8 year old boy who is taken away from his family after hockey practice Besides his parents, the entire town of Deer Lake, MN is scared and in shock that such a thing could happen in their small town Chief of Police Mitch Holt and newly assigned BCA Agent Megan O Malley work together to find the person who has taken Josh away With their two personalities, work ethics, and very strong physical attraction getting in their way, they will stop at nothing until the case in solved W [...]

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    21. I thoroughly enjoyed this suspenseful book and the little asides sprinkled throughout kept your interest sparked even Great characters You had to love Megan s mouth she never knew when to keep it shut, to her detriment at times It was good to see the relationship develop between her and Mitch I really liked Hannah and, as much as I liked her, I disliked her husband, Paul What a putz One of the best parts of the book was Hannah telling him to leave She thought she wasn t strong but she truly was [...]

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    22. I was reluctant to buy this book at first But now I m happy that I bought it read it with my full dedication I never thought that I ll finish it at all Even though the book is dragged little too much I kept on reading because all those text which were dragging it felt that they were needed This is my second book of Tami Hoag I must say her writing is totally exceptional especially in this book with so much new words in every page The story, the writing, the characters, the humor, the infidelity [...]

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    23. NIGHT SINS ExHoag, Tami 1st in Deer lake seriesDeer Lake is a small Minnesota town where people know their neighbours and crime is something that happens on the evening news But the illusion of safety is shattered when eight year old Josh Kirkwood disappears from a hockey rink as he waits for his mother to pick him up after practice The only thing the police find is his duffel bag with a note stuffed inside, Ignorance is not innocence but SIN With each passing hour the search for Josh takes on a [...]

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    24. Night Sins is another suspenseful nail biter from Tami Hoag that chronicles the abduction of a young boy from outside a small town hockey rink while his physician mother has been waylaid caring for victims of an automobile accident While everyone is looking for the young boy, the ordeal causes further strain to his parents marriage, which was already on shaky ground Another thread of the story is the developing relationship between the town s chief of police and the new BCA agent, the first fema [...]

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    25. I loved this book strictly for the cat and mouse chase The everyday pursuit and what police and agents must do to wade through the clues was where the games began for me I had two sets of whodunit and with the explosive writing of Tami Hoag they changed continuously I knew the moment only one was in jail that We would be dropping off the kid I could feel the sequel was coming and I was thrilled Tami had me turning the pages faster towards the end with the thrill of the hunt The clues, the notes [...]

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    26. Tami Hoag conseguiu reconquistar me depois da grande dissolu o que foi Aguas Calmas Pecados na Noite muito um livro completo Mist rio, Intrigas, Amor, Crime Estes s o os factores principais que fazem de um livro policial realmente um livro POLICIAL Apesar de ser um livro muito grande vers o portuguesa 750 p ginas n o se torna chato, pelo contr rio cada vez fica melhor.O final surpreendente e algo que n o esperava de todo n o me refiro ao raptor, pois medida que a hist ria ia passando consegui j [...]

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    27. I was not impressed with this book It was okay but there was too much information without a real ending I have to read another book to see what is going on I didn t realize this was a series when I picked it up Seems like 400 pages were development and the last few pages was the real quick ending Also, why do characters have to fall in love and get engaged married so quick The timeframe here was a few weeks and at the end of that the characters were engaged without really knowing anything about [...]

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    28. I picked this up from the free exchange table at work thinking it was a crime thriller and not realizing the steamy romance aspect to the author s approach Most of these sultry scenes seemed out of place in the plot and rather distracting but maybe that s just me I got sucked in by the first scene told through the eye s of 8 yr old Josh mercifully without gratuitous sex and read it to the end despite my frequent irritation.

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    29. I read this book for my book club and now I remember why I don t read this kind of book First of all, the book was really slow Even 100 pages in, I didn t want to read any, but I figured since it was the only book I had left from the library I should read it The plot sucked, and the ending was horrible The only redeeming part of this novel was the characters I would not recommend this to anyone.

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    30. CD Thriller Big disappointment because there is no ending Fortunately, the CD has book two as a bonus as a one disc MP3 First, not only should you not sleep with your commander he technically is not her boss , but you need to use a condom I am completely serious This guy starts to feel her up on their first kiss Take a hint sister He s a whore dog and the probability of him having a disease is 80% On top of that, he s not too smart.

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