The Postman Always Shoots Twice

The Postman Always Shoots Twice We think we know our parents Some of us don t When Kate s father becomes terminally ill with Creutzfeldt Jakob disease she drives to Phoenix to help her fragile mom make some tough decisions What she

  • Title: The Postman Always Shoots Twice
  • Author: Stella Baker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • We think we know our parents Some of us don t.When Kate s father becomes terminally ill with Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, she drives to Phoenix to help her fragile mom make some tough decisions What she finds is heartbreaking Dad, the veteran, the retired postal worker, the church going family man, the avid sportsman, her rock steady hero, now stricken by rapid onset demenWe think we know our parents Some of us don t.When Kate s father becomes terminally ill with Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, she drives to Phoenix to help her fragile mom make some tough decisions What she finds is heartbreaking Dad, the veteran, the retired postal worker, the church going family man, the avid sportsman, her rock steady hero, now stricken by rapid onset dementia He says he is an assassin, with secret boxes containing secret stuff He warns Kate that they are after him.After Dad dies suddenly of a medication overdose, Kate learns her dad s talk was anything but crazy She discovers his secret stuff, which includes hundreds of thousands in cash, a sniper rifle, an unfilled contract, and a last letter addressed to her, explaining an unspoken truth she had never imagined.Now they are after her

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    1. Through no fault of the book, it took me a while to get through this, and I'm happy to say I was always able to get right back into the story whenever I could snatch a moment or two to read. That the setting, the characters, and storyline remained clear throughout the constant interruptions says a lot for the strength of the writing.Kate Roberts is an unlikely heroine the average American woman can readily identify with. Trying to discover the reason for her father's premature death, she relies [...]

    2. Because I enjoyed her previous book, 4 Gigs of Trouble, and the synopsis of this one sounded interesting, I read it. It had some "romance" excursions that had more than I wanted to know, but overall remained focused on the main storyline, and moved along well (as does her 4 Gig book).She tried to have a couple climaxes which didn't work for me (resolved one thing halfway through, then another at the end). It made the book anticlimactic. Overall the book was on the low side of 3 (average), but no [...]

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