Ambiguity

Ambiguity The phone rings Will is glad he didn t go straight to bed after his shift The call is probably Derek After a night of bar hopping he s probably too drunk to drive and needs a ride home At such a late

  • Title: Ambiguity
  • Author: Allen Renfro
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The phone rings.Will is glad he didn t go straight to bed after his shift The call is probably Derek After a night of bar hopping he s probably too drunk to drive and needs a ride home At such a late hour Reverend Wallace wonders which elderly member of his congregation has died Nearly asleep Laura knows she shouldn t answer the phone in the middle of the night, but it cThe phone rings.Will is glad he didn t go straight to bed after his shift The call is probably Derek After a night of bar hopping he s probably too drunk to drive and needs a ride home At such a late hour Reverend Wallace wonders which elderly member of his congregation has died Nearly asleep Laura knows she shouldn t answer the phone in the middle of the night, but it could be her husband who is out of town They are wrong.In the wake of a senseless and horrific crime a city is torn apart and a nation is in shock As investigators delve into the lives of the suspect and the victims they unravel an even darker mystery A grieving community will struggle to deal with the consequences of the secrets that are revealed Secrets that will leave no life untouched.

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    1. Give me a second to catch my breath! That's the feeling Allen Renfro's novel Ambiguity will give you. From the first page you are on the edge of your seat knowing you're about to take a wild ride that you won't soon forget.Ambiguity kicks off with a tragic, violent event that catapults the story into both a mystery and a story of healing; a story of coming to terms with one's own inner demons. You are witness to this tragedy as it unfolds in the first few chapters of the book and you are drawn i [...]

    2. Ambiguity hooked me on page one. Gunfire, explosions, swat team… It kept me on the edge of my seat. At first, I didn’t realize this was a sequel to another book - Bridge Water, but it didn’t matter, I had no problem following the story. Yes, there is romance, but the relationship between Will and Derrick is only part of this entertaining thriller that centers on a killing spree. The characters are real and the plot kept me guessing with its many twists and turns. Two thumbs up. I’m going [...]

    3. I found this series late I think. I enjoyed the first book greatly but this one is a little too hard for after the Pulse shooting. I stopped reading because I just imagine it's quite similar or at least could be similar to what happened. And though straight and not even American I just can't continue reading without tearing up and feeling like shit.

    4. I found the ending to be something other than what I was expecting. otherwise I would have given it five stars. Still not a bad book hope there is at least one more planned.

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