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by Lynn Hightower

Author: Lynn Hightower
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.; First Edition edition (July 2, 2002)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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Lynn Hightower grew up in Kentucky, and graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she studied creative writing with Wendell Berry and earned a degree in Journalism.

A daughter's intuition. A father's terrifying secret. Lynn Hightower grew up in Kentucky, and graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she studied creative writing with Wendell Berry and earned a degree in Journalism. She also teaches novel writing in the Writer’s Program at UCLA. Survival jobs include writing television commercials, catering waitress, and bartender for one day.

Lynn Hightower’s most successful book yet, High Water, packs a powerful combination of intrigue and insight. Pocket Star Mass Market Paperback ISBN: 0743466241 September 2003. Henry Holt and Co. Hardcover ISBN: 0-8050-6756-6 July 2002. Join me at the UCLA Extension Writer's Program, where I'm an online instructor. If you are are interested in private on, please use the Contact page and I will get back to you. The Opinionated Author. Mentorship student anna lefler publishes The chick-tionary.

Lynn Hightower grew up in Kentucky, and graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she studied creative writing with Wendell Berry and earned a degree in Journalism. She recently taught novel writing in the Writer's Program at UCLA. Genres: Science Fiction.

Lynn Hightower grew up in the South and graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she studied creative writing with Wendell Berry and earned a journalism degree

Lynn Hightower grew up in the South and graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she studied creative writing with Wendell Berry and earned a journalism degree. She is the author of ten novels, including two mystery series, one featuring homicide detective Sonora Blair and the other featuring private investigator Lena Padgett. Flashpoint, the first Sonora Blair mystery, was a New York Times Notable Book. Satan’s Lambs, the first Lena Padget mystery, won the Shamus Award for Best First PI Novel

The electrifying 2nd book in Lynn Hightower’s futuristic crime series . Interesting settings, intriguing ideas, fascinating characters a high level of suspense! -Turret.

The electrifying 2nd book in Lynn Hightower’s futuristic crime series plunges big-city cop David Silver into a nasty interstellar war. Saigo City police detective David Silver and his partner Mel Burnett have been called to an unusual crime scene: a bed where 4 Elaki pouchlings have been smothered in critical condition. Author Lynn Hightower pulls out all the stops in this multi-layered thriller about hate, fear, and the limits of motherly love.

Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. In this bone-chilling tale of terror from Shamus Award-winning thriller writer Lynn Hightower, a devoted mother must confront the paranormal forces that have cursed her familyWhen Olivia James receives a phone call just after midnight, she recognizes her brother's voice. But there's a problem: her brother has been dead for the past nine weeks.

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Something had clearly changed. Still, she was coming out. That had to be significant. I systematically worked down my father’s list. d my walk I would just keep the house. Maybe I would live in Pasadena for a while. At this point anything was possible. Kailamai flew in from Spokane on Thursday night around six. Kailamai was the young woman I had rescued from a group of men just outside of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

High-Rise is a 1975 novel by British writer J. G. Ballard. The story describes the disintegration of a luxury high-rise building as its affluent residents gradually descend into violent chaos. As with Ballard's previous novels Crash (1973) and Concrete Island (1974), High-Rise inquires into the ways in which modern social and technological landscapes could alter the human psyche in provocative and hitherto unexplored ways. It was adapted into a film of the same name, in 2015, by director Ben Wheatley.

A suspenseful and chilling tale of a family undone by a mother's mysterious death and a father's startling secrets.Beaufort, South Carolina, is home to the Smallwoods, a family that appears close-knit but is in fact deeply at odds. The youngest sibling, Georgie, is consumed with anger at her father, Fielding, an unforgiving ex-marine, whose involvement in a notorious scandal many years earlier cast a shadow over his career and the Smallwood name. A fierce patriarch, Fielding neglects Georgie's mother; belittles her brother, Ashby; and denies her sister, Claire, the financial support she needs after a trying divorce. When her mother dies suddenly and of mysterious causes, Georgie immediately suspects that her father was somehow involved.As she works to convince Ashby and Claire of her suspicions, however, their father is murdered, and Claire is implicated in his death. Georgie desperately attempts to piece together both her family and her personal life, but the evidence of their father's betrayal and the secrets of his past threaten to leave the Smallwood family in ruin.As affecting as it is suspenseful, High Water infuses a harrowing mystery with an intensely personal study of the delicate, complex bonds that define a family. Lynn Hightower's most successful book yet, High Water, packs a powerful combination of intrigue and insight.