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Reader Ø Circled ´ Download ¶ Anne mcaneny Ç A fire ignites a whirlwind of action and accusation in a swamp town that hasn’t seen excitement since the big lottery win twelve years ago Little does reporter Chloe Keyes know that when she sniffs around for clues she’ll end up facing her own demons while unsettliPhone records point to a dead girl making calls; and a handsome stranger mystifies everyone he encounters Through it all the promise of a spectacular magic show captivates the local residentsClose calls with gators crossbows and armed felons lead to a startling conclusion complete with illusion chicanery and the most divisive trick of all cold hard truth Will Chloe’s murky existence finally be clarified or will she succumb to the demons that haunt her An engaging suspense with a magical ending Circled is a suspenseful and intriguing well written story The story moves along at a fast pace with a fresh and original plot Anne’s writing is solid and nearly flawless The characters are well developed and engaging You can easily relate to the flaws of the characters and the skeletons that many have hidden in the closet It is an unresolved past that is reaching for understanding and resolution This is a story that focuses on good against evil and how good can prevail in the end It will unfold one page at a time until you get to the magical ending You do not want to miss reading this book and seeing how the story unravels A good story that is full of suspenseful twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the very end Laura Jennings did a splendid job with the narration She has a clear and crisp voice that is easy to follow I thought she does a good job with the story which led to a good reading experience This is the first book that I have read by Anne McAneny and will certainly not be my last I was not disappointed at all I recommend Circled to anyone that is looking for a good suspenseful and magical show that will keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing to the end

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He finds the place ablaze When the flames die down she uncovers evidence that points to a dire fate for her missing childhood friend Hoop He disappeared twelve years ago on the same day his girlfriend was struck and killed by a car The events have left a dark mark on ChloeOver the next two days strange occurrences pile up Chloe’s neighbor is found floating and bloated in Black Swamp; the head of a cosmetics conglomerate is arrested by federal agents; What a rideFantastic story Full of twists and turns and brilliant wait what? moments where you turn back a page or two and re read a section because you can't uite believe what just happened It's the classic small town whodunnit tale given a new and compelling twist that will suck you in and leave you fighting sleep burning dinner or late for work because you simply had to read just a few pages

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Circled A fire ignites a whirlwind of action and accusation in a swamp town that hasn’t seen excitement since the big lottery win twelve years ago Little does reporter Chloe Keyes know that when she sniffs around for clues she’ll end up facing her own demons while unsettling the very foundation of her hometownChloe starts her day by pulling a gun on two intruders and things only go downhill from there Driving to Boyd’s General for her daily caffeine fix s Ugh The premise of the mystery was compelling and the solution was ultimately satisfying but the means of revealing that solution were so ridiculous even stupid that I was furious when I finished it I was actually offended by the silliness of the ending Plus the characters rely on tired cliches and stereotypes with the obese and manipulative town kingpin the trashy blonde and a wise beyond his years boy who talks like no actual preteen has ever talked before Somehow the author wanted me to get behind a heroine who purposely breaks a bottle of red wine over her friend's porous flagstone porch after he startles her Do people really act like this in real life? I'm glad I don't know them