Jan 12, Debi rated it liked it. This is written by a local Mississippi writer. The story line was very different from what I expected. It wasn't a "sit on the edge of your seat" mystery, but it was entertaining.
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Anna Swann rated it really liked it Dec 25, Brittany Thornhill rated it it was amazing Jan 04, Kathryn rated it did not like it Apr 03, Julie Nibert rated it it was amazing Sep 27, Amanda Malcolm rated it it was amazing Jan 08, Casey Hardison-pevey marked it as to-read Oct 02, Jada Alisa marked it as to-read Jan 13, Michelle Polk added it Jan 27, Trenity Vercher marked it as to-read Jun 24, Marianne McDonald marked it as to-read Aug 05, Judy Touchstone marked it as to-read Oct 11, Kate marked it as to-read Jan 20, Jessica Cahanin marked it as to-read Jan 29, Sarah Hutto marked it as to-read Jul 23, If you want a book that will grab you right from the first page and make you loathe any interruption while reading, then Whispers of the Bayou is the book for you.
Brava Ms. There are so many surprising twists and turns in this story that there should be a warning on the cover that reading this book will cause loss of sleep because you will not be able to put it down. Bravo to Ms.
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Yes you read that correctly. Took me by surprise. I was surprised there wasn't more. There was SO little it felt out of place and disingenuous. Commit to it if you're gonna go there and prepare me as a reader that this is part of your intent with the book. Nov 29, Melissa rated it it was amazing. Fantastic read! Compelling mystery that kept me spellbound throughout. Several surprises along the way and a satisfying ending.
One for my keeper shelf! Jun 13, Ann rated it it was amazing. Kept me guessing until the last page.
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The story moves at an easy pace; large cast of characters; overstuffed story line with too many threads, not all well-developed; easy storytelling style. I liked less the Christian message that was layered atop the story rather than made an integral part of it. It sounded a false note. Sep 14, Lorrie books. There were places in this book that seemed a little wordy and parts that would get off track.
But it was a good light mystery and kept me guessing to the end.
I enjoyed it. This book does contain Christian content.
Sep 08, Barbara rated it it was amazing Shelves: christian-fiction , mystery-suspense , This book had so much to keep a reader interested: an ancient symbol and a mysterious oath, a forgotten past, murder, betrayal, and newly discovered, life-changing faith. It had some plot twists and surprises, too.
Mar 03, Kristy rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction. I just loved Whispers of the Bayou! Mindy Starns Clark has written a brilliant story, complete with suspense, mystery, emotion, plot twists and a dash of historical fiction thrown in. I definitely didn't see some of the twists in the plot coming!
The main character, Miranda, has a dark past. So dark in fact that she herself has erased it from her memory. Although her memories are forgotten, you can see the effect her past has had on her current emotionally detached state. As she faces her past, h I just loved Whispers of the Bayou! As she faces her past, her present state is also challenged.
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I really enjoyed the different characters protrayed in this book, and how the relationships changed throughout without giving too much away here! I was constantly wondering while reading The only negative thing I would mention is that end seemed rushed in regards to the decisions made and the future of people in the story once the mystery had been solved. All in all a great read. If you love mysteries with suspense, this is a book I am sure you would enjoy!
Sep 11, Summer McGarity rated it really liked it. I stumbled upon this book in the library one day. Just happened to find it when casually browsing through the aisles and aisles of books. The word "Bayou" stood out at me so that's what made me pick up the book. I love books set in the South so I thought I'd give this one a try. Boy, am I glad I did. I must say, it was one of the best books I have read in a while! There are so many twists in the story so it always had me on my toes. It's a book that you'll read and never want it to end! In my op I stumbled upon this book in the library one day.
In my opinion, the only drawback in this book is how it really harps on religion Christianity. I do not personally have anything against religion, but I just would rather not read a suspense or mystery book that involves so much said about it. But overall, it was a great mystery, one I could not put down, and that I never wanted to end.
I highly recommend it. Jun 22, Bridget Vollmer rated it really liked it. The storyline with all the twists and turns was great! I'd give it a 5 as I was completely shocked by the ending. I give 3 stars to the whole born again Christian thing. It was a little much. The Book would have been much better without the Christian theme but I didn't know the author was a Christian when I picked up the book.
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Mar 10, Gina rated it did not like it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I read this on a recommendation and struggled to get through an implausible story line with a main character that was very difficult to understand or sympathize with - basically she's a person who has spent all of her adult life disinterested in her past? That's not reasonable.