Friday, February 12, 2010

Review of Black Hills by Nora Roberts

From Belleville Intelligencer (Ontario, CA) --


January 27, 2010 --

Nora Roberts' best-selling romantic suspense novels tend to appeal to women more than men. However, her new story set in the wilds of South Dakota's Black Hills is a good adventure tale for all readers. A young woman called Lil Chance sets up a girlhood dream of a wildlife refuge for abused and abandoned animals. Her childhood love, Coop, returns from New York to help his parents run their farm nearby. Their romance had died years earlier and Lil is still smarting from the heartbreak it had caused her. Then she and her refuge become targets of someone hiding in the hills -- small acts of destruction escalate into more serious crimes. And when bodies of young women and a hapless male tourist start turning up, it's clear that Lil's own life is in danger. (Penguin )

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