Superstition By Karen Robards – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews , awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Superstition by Karen Robards – book cover, description, publication history. Superstition by Karen Robards Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Sunny, idyllic, and picture perfect, until a tabloid news program airs a splashy.

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It just gets the hell in the way. You are commenting using your Facebook account. And then the part afterwards was even more of a let-down.

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The others had to practically run to stay ahead of them, and as a kaen, they all popped out in to the kitchen like spray shooting out of a shaken-up soda bottle. May 30, Pages.

Dec 21, Cheri rated it it was amazing. For all of her claims to be an investigative reporter, Nicky clearly didn’t understand the danger in revealing that kind of information. Want to Read saving….

Please try again later. What’s the first thing you do? A killer has come out superstitiln hiding in this haunting novel by New York Times bestselling author Karen Robards. This has all the earmarks of a Robards story: I enjoyed the story anyway and it kept my attention throughout. Would recommend this to anyone who likes romance thrillers. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.


Interesting characters some might say a few weird onesa good story line,a fair kaaren of wit, a great deal of suspense, just enough twists and turns and a little romance makes for good reading, and Karen Robards provides all of this in Superstition.

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Sensing her big break, Sparks fly when a brutal killer comes out of hiding It was a little too cheesy, and it didn’t clear up what happens with Vince and sperstition two dirty cops. Nicky is a wonderful protagonist, a reporter in the tradition of Lois Lane who will do whatever is necessary to get her story. View Full Version of PW. I’ve read a couple other books by Robards and liked them; “Obsession” and “Guilty”. Robard it was finally revealed, it didn’t make sense. Maybe it’s the mood I was in, but I didn’t enjoy this one.

Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? She and Joe are forced to join forces as it becomes clear that the killer has set his sights on Nicole as his next victim.

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Robards and her publisher. Paperbackpages. I had high hopes for this book but I never really felt a connection with the main characters; Joe or Nicky. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Share your thoughts with other customers. Once started reading I did not want robadrs put it down.


The hall was long and narrow, white-painted beadboard with a hardwood floor. This has all the earmarks of a Robards story: Feb 06, Mary Taitt rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Sure, Nicky got her dream-job in NYC, and Joe was going back to NJ, so a relationship was a given, but I think I would have liked to know what would have happened if Nicky went back to Chicago instead. I liked this book a lot. Jul 30, Wench rated it did not like it Shelves: Get fast, free shipping with Supersttition Prime.

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Over the top, and dated despite being only 9 years old but a decent story. It fell apart right after the discovery of the new body and Nicole got really, really dumb.

Loved this story about serial killers, ghosts, psychics, along with a sizzeling love story between the TV newshow host and the “disgraced” Jersey cop. I have read some of her books but several years ago one in particular written with a diabetic girl as a primary character had the facts so skewed I having raised an insulin dependent diabetic son became so angered that I refuse to read another of her books.