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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 FreemanLisa 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 tooLisa 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 Thief River Falls

About the Author: Brian Freeman

Brian Freeman is a New York Times bestselling author of psychological thrillers, including the Jonathan Stride and Frost Easton series His books have been sold in 46 countries and 22 languages He is widely acclaimed for his you are there settings and his complex, engaging characters and twist filled plots Brian has also been selected as the official author to continue Robert Ludlum s Jason Bourne series, with a new Bourne novel THE BOURNE EVOLUTION due in 2020.His novel THE NIGHT BIRD, the first in the Frost Easton series set in San Francisco, was one of the top 20 Kindle bestsellers of 2017 His latest releases include two stand alones, the 1Kindle bestseller THIEF RIVER FALLS and the 1 bestselling Audible Original THE DEEP, DEEP SNOW.Brian s seventh novel SPILLED BLOOD won the award for Best Hardcover Novel in the annual Thriller Awards given out by the International Thriller Writers organization, and his fifth novel THE BURYING PLACE was a finalist for the same award His debut thriller, IMMORAL, won the Macavity Award for Best First Novel and was a nominee for the Edgar, Dagger, Anthony, and Barry Awards IMMORAL was named an International Book of the Month, a distinction shared with authors such as Harlan Coben and Lisa Unger.All of Brian s books are also available in audiobook editions His novels THE BONE HOUSE and SEASON OF FEAR were both finalists for Best Audiobook of the Year in Thriller Suspense.Forinformation on Brian s books, visit his web site at or find him on Facebook at bfreemanfans or Twitter and Instagram bfreemanbooks.

10 thoughts on “Thief River Falls

  1. says:

    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 the story before it In trying to make the end a surprise, the main character wasn t developed enough for me to feel like I knew her, orimportantly to like her Or to feel the connection she had

  2. says:

    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 she s supposedly on the run from bad guys But luckily for her, the bad guys seemed equally dumb, as they never thought to look for her in the most obvious places And the coincidences Every time sh

  3. says:

    3.5 rounded upLisa Power is a successful author with one of her books to be dramatised by Reese Witherspoon s company However, in the year of Dark Star she has suffered much tragedy Her life is placed in danger when she finds a young boy who she names Purdue on her property He is suffering memory loss but gradually a dark tale emerges and they both go on the run Who to trust This is an intrigui

  4. says:

    Fairly well written with a twist 6 of 10 stars

  5. says:

    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 twin brother still lives, although they haven t spoken in over a year.One night she finds a young boy standing in her yard he says he doesn t remember his name, where he s been, how he got there, or where h

  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 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 in advance Way too much descriptive text I love a good psychological thriller but it can t just be that the main character is craz

  7. says:

    This was okay, but I did do some skimming in the middle of the book I didn t really care for Lisa for a long time, and then it was almost too late when the gist of the story was made clear.

  8. says:

    Edit 13.6.20 There appears to be a few upset readers who don t like the fact I don t like this book and Dnf d it If you read this book and enjoyed it, congratulations I m pleased you enjoyed it But I didn t and I didn t finish it because I didn t enjoy it Life is too short to read a book you don t enjoy, there are 1000 s of other books out there for me to enjoy I don t need you throwing your snobbery and your

  9. says:

    Thief River Fallsis a standalone psychological thriller by Brian Freeman Since I am a long time fan of his Jonathan Stride series and also his newer books, I was excited to read this new venture I was also curious about the title, since the Stride series is mainly set in Duluth, Minnesota, and this is set across the state in the northwest corner a mere 70 miles from the Canadian border and about 50 miles from Gr

  10. says:

    Creepy Haunting Thisfirst reads book is a well paced thriller that will completely give you the shivers Lisa writes thrillers, set in her former hometown Bad things have happened there And the people she should be able to trust can t be trusted When an injured boy shows up at her house with no memory of who he is and claims the police tried to murder him, Lisa is duty bound to protect him And now they re both in da

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