Thief River Falls

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Harrowing loss, psychological trauma, and a deadly mystery test the human will to survive in this electrifying novel from award-winning author Brian Freeman.

Lisa Power is a tortured ghost of her former self. The author of a bestselling thriller called Thief River Falls, named after her rural Minnesota hometown, Lisa is secluded in her remote house as she struggles with the loss of her entire family: a series of tragedies she calls the “Dark Star.”

Then a nameless runaway boy shows up at her door with a terrifying story: he’s just escaped death after witnessing a brutal murder—a crime the police want to cover up. Obsessed with the boy’s safety, Lisa resolves to expose this crime, but powerful men in Thief River Falls are desperate to get the boy back, and now they want her too.

Lisa and her young visitor have nowhere to go as the trap closes around them. Still under the strange, unforgiving threat of the Dark Star, Lisa must find a way to save them both, or they’ll become the victims of another shocking tragedy she can’t foresee

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  • Linda Strong

    Lisa Powers is the well-known local author of a bestselling thriller Thief River Falls, named after her hometown.Lisa has lost her parents, three brothers, her fiancee all within several years. Her tw...

  • Laura

    Just okayThroughout this book,I felt like everything was so contrived and people did and said things that were illogical. by the end I understood why that was but the twist did not really make up for ...

  • Molly Heineman

    I give it 3.5 to 4 stars... The beginning was really good.. then it fizzled out in the middle....but the ending was . Wow. But overall a good thriller....

  • Ellie Midwood

    I first discovered Brian Freeman through his Frost Easton series and quickly became a fan of his thrillers. He’s one of the writers who I know to rely on for a riveting, unputdownable story, so as s...

  • S.W. Hubbard

    I want two days of my life back. This started off with a bang, so I kept reading. Soon I got annoyed that the heroine had so many Too Stupid to Live Moments. Who stops at a diner for French toast when...

  • Cari

    Thief River Falls by Brian Freeman was my second kindle first read pick for the month of January 2020I am so beyond glad that Amazon so generously gave their Prime customers a second free early releas...

  • April Myers

    I'm glad this book was free. Very contrived and predictable. Characters were so stereotypical that I thought I was reading a Hallmark Christmas movie script. All the 'twists' were telegraphed chapters...

  • Christina McDonald

    I got this book for free as part of the Kindle First Reads program. I don't know if I have very good luck with this program, as the books always read a bit...wooden. The story ticked all the right box...

  • Kelly

    And just like that, the streak is over. After 2 really good books from Amazon Kindle First Reads (free monthly book choices), here is one to break the good luck. This one started out really promising,...

  • Ewan

    It was OK. Felt more like an exercise in writing around the big twist - at the expense of character and plot in my opinion. just wasn't for me - I'll be back for more Jonathan Stride or Frost Easton t...