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Download Empty Places Epub é 279 pages É The year is 1987 America is clawing its way out of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression Washington pursues illegal and unpopular wars in Central America In the wealthy desert playground of Palm Springs storefronts that once catered to the rich sit empty and shuttered Crowds of boredO investigate her death Peter sets out with retired cop Matt Banyon to expose Robin’s killer They uncover a shadowy world of anti communists drug smugglers and corrupt politicians and lay bare old wounds including Peter’s deep guilt over his failed marriage In a final cliff hanging struggle Peter faces his own fears and death in a dark and empty place A modern noir class I received this book for free I am voluntarily leaving this review and all opinions expressed herein are mine Here Peter Brandt is a reporter currently living in Central America He receives a message that his ex wife Robin also a reporter has been murdered and he needs to return to Palm Springs CA Soon after returning to his old stomping grounds it is clear that Robin's murder is not what it seems but the Sheriff seems ready to close the case Peter with the help of some old friends begins to look into Robin's death and the he looks the dangerous it becomesThis is a taut well written thriller which grabs you from the first page The characters are well developed and realistic Peter Brandt MC is scarred both inside and out The tension grows as the mystery has so many layers and slowly but deftly each piece is revealed Once I started this book I could not stop as I was completely drawn inI listened to this book the narrator did a great job in pacing and ratcheting up the tension through his vocal skills

Empty Places O investigate her death Peter sets out with retired cop Matt Banyon to expose Robin’s killer They uncover a shadowy world of anti communists drug smugglers and corrupt politicians and lay bare old wounds including Peter’s deep guilt over his failed marriage In a final cliff hanging struggle Peter faces his own fears and death in a dark and empty place A modern noir class I received this book for free I am voluntarily leaving this review and all opinions expressed herein are mine Here Peter Brandt is a reporter currently living in Central America He receives a message that his ex wife Robin also a reporter has been murdered and he needs to return to Palm Springs CA Soon after returning to his old stomping grounds it is clear that Robin's murder is not what it seems but the Sheriff seems ready to close the case Peter with the help of some old friends begins to look into Robin's death and the he looks the dangerous it becomesThis is a taut well written thriller which grabs you from the first page The characters are well developed and realistic Peter Brandt MC is scarred both inside and out The tension grows as the mystery has so many layers and slowly but deftly each piece is revealed Once I started this book I could not stop as I was completely drawn inI listened to this book the narrator did a great job in pacing and ratcheting up the tension through his vocal skills

Epub Ë Empty Places í Martin Roy Hill

Empty Places Ë And cheap drugs while those less fortunate haunt darkened street corners offering themselves for sale This is the country to which war correspondent Peter Brandt returns Physically and mentally scarred by the horrors he’s covered Peter comes home to bury his ex wife TV reporter Robin Anderson only to discover she had been brutally murdered With the local police unwilling t Empty Places is by Martin Roy Hill As I read the prologue I got goosebumps The language he used and the illusion he created made it clear that something terrible was going to happen to the lady waiting in the dark desert You soon find out she is Robin Anderson a reporter who is trying to get a story It was so eerie that I almost didn’t continue reading the book The first paragraph simply scared me to death However I continued to read and it didn’t take long before the book drew me in The Prologue is in third person and the rest of the book is in first person as told by Peter Robin’s ex husband and a reporter Reporter Robin Anderson made a fatal mistake She met someone in a lonely place and on her own She had been warned by her ex husband not to do that; but she trusted the person she was meeting She just needed confirmation before she could file her story She didn’t count on the drive of the person she was meeting with The result was her death Peter Bryant is called back for the funeral of his ex wife Along with his friend and an ex cop Matt Banyon he began searching for the person or persons who murdered Robin Neither one realized just how deep the conspiracy went Would they figure it out before they were killed? Epub Ë Empty Places í Martin Roy Hill

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Martin Roy Hill í Empty Places Kindle The year is 1987 America is clawing its way out of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression Washington pursues illegal and unpopular wars in Central America In the wealthy desert playground of Palm Springs storefronts that once catered to the rich sit empty and shuttered Crowds of bored rich teenagers in designer clothing entertain themselves with expensive cars I was provided with a copy of Empty Places by the author through the GoodReads “Reviews Initiative” group in exchange for my fair and honest reviewRobin Anderson a journalist and aspiring news anchor had been warned never to meet a contact in an out of the way place But defying better judgment Robin agrees to a rendezvous in the desert dunes a desolate location lit only by a three uarter blue white moon Perhaps it should come as no surprise that shortly thereafter her body is found We then learn that Robin left behind than just her ex husband Peter Brandt who stationed as a journalist south of the border is notified by wire to go to Robin’s funeral Robin also left behind a tape—a tape that becomes sought after by both the murderers and by Peter as he tries to unravel Robin’s last daysMartin Hill has in Empty Places created a brisk paced mystery that will keep readers engaged from beginning to end My favorite of the characters is Peter’s friend Matt Banyon who helps Peter to try to unravel events I found him to be the most “fleshed out” of the characters and I “liked” him Peter also is well drawn; he becomes real as his guilt for having failed in his relationship with Robin grows though his moodiness was a bit annoying at times—such as when he and Laurie stop at Zelda’s for a drink My least favorite character and relationship—by far—was Laurie Hall and her relationship with Peter I found Laurie to be sophomoric—which I believe Hill intended though unfortunately this left the story without a single strong intelligent female figure However I found Peter to be sophomoric in his belief that Laurie was genuinely interested in him For this reader Laurie was too much too fast too—false I would have expected Peter to have seen through her Indeed the “missing point” in my rating of this story is due to this “relationship” between Peter and Laurie Empty Places is filled with unexpected events and discoveries Who is the mastermind behind Robin’s murder? What does it have to do with events of years past? Why are the police so contrary to Peter and Matt’s investigation? What role does the wealthy Carlos Tinnerman play? These and other uestions will keep readers turning the pages of Empty Places until they reach the satisfying conclusion to this mystery