Poison Apples

Poison Apples A bird beating on the windowpane means death in Irish lore Catastrophe has already hit the Earthrowls Vermont apple orchard slashed trees a plague of maggots hate calls from a local cult poisoned

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  • Title: Poison Apples
  • Author: Nancy Means Wright
  • ISBN: 9780312262204
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A bird beating on the windowpane means death, in Irish lore Catastrophe has already hit the Earthrowls Vermont apple orchard slashed trees, a plague of maggots, hate calls from a local cult, poisoned fruit that kills a Jamaican picker Desperate, Moira turns to Ruth Willmarth Ruth has troubles of her own, some closer than she knows But she can t say no to a cry for helA bird beating on the windowpane means death, in Irish lore Catastrophe has already hit the Earthrowls Vermont apple orchard slashed trees, a plague of maggots, hate calls from a local cult, poisoned fruit that kills a Jamaican picker Desperate, Moira turns to Ruth Willmarth Ruth has troubles of her own, some closer than she knows But she can t say no to a cry for help.

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    1. Language. Very dark feeling book about revenge and using religion as a cover for bad actions - both are not happy subjects. But at least the story ends the way I like them to - the bad guys get theirs and the good guys are safe and hopefully wiser and not too broken by the happenings.

    2. I really like reading mysteries, but I am not very good at thinking ahead as to who might be the culprit. In this novel, at least I was ahead of one of the characters.I like how the loss of a family member was dealt with so differently by various characters.

    3. I really wanted to like this book because who doesn't love an apple orchard?!I just couldn't summon up enough emotion for the characters; I wanted to kick all of them.

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