Item description for Deadfall (The McAllister Files) by Patricia H. Rushford & Harrison James...
Overview Mac is back. And this time he's dealing with two difficult cases and a decision of the heart.
Publishers Description As "Mac" McAllister reports for duty with the Oregon State Police, he must face the grittiness of real life . . . and discover that no situation, no matter how dark, is too big for God.
Citations And Professional Reviews Deadfall (The McAllister Files) by Patricia H. Rushford & Harrison James has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Romantic Times - 10/01/2004 page 72
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Studio: Integrity Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.64" Width: 5.8" Height: 0.92" Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Release Date Aug 10, 2004
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series McAllister Files
Series Number 2
ISBN 1591451507 ISBN13 9781591451501
Availability 0 units.
More About Patricia H. Rushford & Harrison James
PATRICIA H. RUSHFORD is an internationally known author and speaker whose books have sold more than one million copies. The author of more than 45 books, her titles include the "Max & Me Mysteries" series, "The McAllister Files" series, "What Kids Need Most in a Mom" and "Have You Hugged Your Teenager Today?" She has appeared on radio and television talk shows around the U.S. and Canada and serves as director of the Oregon Christian Writer s Summer Conference. A registered nurse, Patricia lives in the Northeast with her husband."
Patricia H. Rushford currently resides in the state of Washington.
Patricia H. Rushford has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Deadfall (The McAllister Files)?
Another great book May 15, 2008
This is a great book. I was held captive to it so much so that I stayed up all night reading it. What a great twist. It had me guessing up until that last couple of pages. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Christian mysteries.
The title fits the "so-called" quality of the dialogue. almost. May 24, 2006
If you have ever had the displeasure of picking up a book, wishing to be entertained, only to find yourself gagging and gasping at the amateur level of supposedly professional writing that you begin to ignore the plot, and worry more about the horrific misuse of ink, as well as the pointless waste of so many innocent trees? To be fair, some of the plot actually held promise. Better yet, some of the descriptions came close to being interesting - for all too short a time, unfortunately.
I found myself wishing (very hard) that the authors finally found a professional, talented and patient secret coauthor or editor to instill some reality, life and creativity into the dialogue. As the pages turned, the wish grew stronger. And stronger and stronger still.
(A DISCLAIMER) I reluctantly admit that my wishes were denied. Now, I read fast, and I read a lot, no less than three books a week. It is exceedingly rare for me to pick up a book and NOT finish it. My spousette claims that it is higher, based on the growing piles of finished books adding (my description, not hers) to each room's landscape and decor.
Alas, this was just such a book. About halfway through, I found myself unwilling and unable to risk any more of my sense of taste, sanity and my general feeling of happiness - all of which would have been at serious risk if I dared read another page of this pointless, inane pap. I suppose someone might enjoy it. My heart goes out to them because of their pitifully low standards.
Plainly put, this is a bad, badly written, and simply offensive book. It is not so much that it wears the authors' religion on its sleeve, its cover page, and its - never mind. It is not so much that the plot is both ocassionally promising and totally disappointing all too often. It is not that the dialogue seems to be penned by an autolobotomized coke addict paid by the word, not by any rational thought. It is all of that and more. Well, less, to be accurate.
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS BOOK, unless like a hairshirt, you get perverse pleasure from self-abusing your sense of taste.
Great Mystery! Sep 13, 2004
Another great "Mac Mystery"! I could not put this book down until I finished it. A great story that kept me guessing "who done it" until the very end. I would highly recommend this book!