Dark Mountain (David Wolf Mystery Thriller Series) Paperback – March 9, 2017
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They’re hunting a killer so silent, so invisible, that his unspeakable crimes are the only proof he exists. | Learn more
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- Publisher : Independently published (March 9, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 286 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1520799691
- ISBN-13 : 978-1520799698
- Item Weight : 11.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.72 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #31,913 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The tenth book in the series has us visiting Rocky Points and the people who live there — all are old friends now. Readers are (once again) given the chance to follow the clues along with Wolf and the others to try to solve the case. This story was full of twists and turns that every good mystery needs. As the investigation proceeded, I had certain parts worked out, but I was wrong about other parts. There were still a few surprises in store before the big reveal. I really liked the end and I am looking forward to reading RAIN to see how it continues...
I thoroughly enjoyed DARK LAKE and I hope this series continues for a long time (yes, I am a fan!).
Since this is book 10 of a great, very popular series I won't give you the backstory, except to say the gangs all here! The fact is, this book stands alone well. If this is the first of the series you read, you won't be disappointed. You will want to buy the other 9 books in the series to read, though!
The suspense in this complex storyline is really top-notch. The writing is fast-moving and there are some wonderful surprises especially at the end. Author, Jeff Carson, has written another engrossing and enjoyable tale of David Wolf and his friends!
Easy to follow stand-alone that draws the reader into the storyline. You feel the emotions of the characters, easily inserting yourself in their thought process.
Believable characters with distinct personalities and issues that make them all the more realistic.
Interesting, informative, thought-provoking and snarky dialogue.
The ME rolled his eyes and leaned down to her with a lowered voice. “Facebook Live, a laptop and a smart phone, and we’re in the building with them. I came up with the idea.”
Well, like Dad used to say, ‘Put your sh@@ back in your a@@!"
Four evenings ago, he’d brushed shoulders with death more than once. He’d resigned himself to dying. More than that, he’d expected it. He’d held his final breath, felt warm blood on his face, and never expected to take another. And yet now he lived. Coming out of the ordeal, he felt an underlying impatience with any of the bullsh@@, petty pursuits of the normal lives of the living.
I will re-read this story and always look forward to, pre-order when possible, new works by this author.
Top reviews from other countries
I also found myself flipping through some pages, where there was lots of description of some trivial event or other. When i do that it means there is something that doesn't feel like it's adding a massive amount of value (to the narrative) and yet is dissipating the tension.
It's not a bad book - but I didn't enjoy it as much as 1-9.
Have just finished books 1 - 10 in the David Wolf series.
I have enjoyed each one. It makes a pleasant change for characters to develop as a book series progresses. So often they seem to remain static, but David Wolf has both aged and matured throughout the series, and the other characters have done the same.
There will always be niggles, especially if you are a pedant, like me, but this has been a great series - any more to come?