Item description for Nightmare In Savannah by Mary Charles...
Equal opportunity and equality of the sexes are fine goals of modern society, but has this lead to a woman being able to take on the role of a brutal serial killer? asks Casey. This thought turns into a real life question in Nightmare in Savannah.
Why are the victims of recent assaults young blond women? Who is the tall blond perpetrator of these crimes? Male? Female? Who are the two strange characters on a ruthless treasure hunt for rare, priceless paintings?
In this book, the third of the Casey series, Mary Charles introduces us to a vibrant set of characters in Savannah, Georgia, and casts upon it the shadow of the art underworld, as deals worth millions are at stake.
Dare Casey Forbes and her friends enter this nightmare to discover the truth and risk their lives? Or are they already in it?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 30, 2004
Publisher Twenty First Century Publishers
ISBN 1904433200 ISBN13 9781904433200
Reviews - What do customers think about Nightmare In Savannah?
Shawn T Apr 26, 2005
The book is full of suspense and mystery. The authors constantly have the readers' attention and always keeps them wondering what will happen next. The book is written in a way that each chapter holds a different scene containing different people. Then at the end, the authors bring almost everyone and everything together so that all the chapters leading up to the end make sense. Nightmare in Savannah is a great suspenseful mystery filled with a wide variety of characters and personalities. I recommend this book to everyone who likes to read.
Savannah's nightmare Apr 26, 2005
Savannah, Georgia is a city like no other. Its heritage reaches back to the early days of the colony of Georgia and today is a city that is both modernized and chaotic. When many people think of the Deep South, they have thoughts of southern bells and strapping gentlemen, but this is not the case in the novel Nightmare in Savannah. The city proves to be both mysterious and unpredictable. Mary Charles shows an unique side of the city that proves captivate the reader.
Nightmares are good Apr 25, 2005
"Nightmare in Savannah" was a very enjoyable book to me because it kept me eager to read more every time I picked it up. I enjoyed all the different "sub-stories" and interesting characters within the novel, but the mystery of it was why I enjoyed it the most. I think that a lot of people from the south would and have enjoyed this book because it is set in Savannah and most of the characters are from the south.
"Nightmare" is a Pleasure Apr 20, 2005
Firstly, if you haven't read the previous books in the Mary Charles series, the early sections of the novel can be imposing, given the number of characters you meet. However, once they begin to interconnect, you can't help but become fascinated with the weaving together of the tale, which takes advantage of the local color, the world of art restoration and its characters to create a compelling mystery almost turns pages by itself.
A delightful and grasping crime novel Apr 20, 2005
I thoroughly enjoyed reading "Nightmare in Savannah". The novel moves constantly from one story to another keeping the reader constantly entertained. The numerous number of characters becomes confusing at times, but it adds a lot of color to the novel. The novel contains not only interesting characters and a good plot, but the setting in the beautiful Savannah, GA is very familiar to me. Although the story was good, the ending was disappointing. "Nightmare in Savannah" is a delightful and grasping crime novel that will keep you thinking while you turn the pages.