Falcon's Run

Falcon s Run Thurlo takes readers on a thrilling ride through Copper Canyon Detective Preston Bowman had a Navajo gift for sensing danger And the danger stalking Abby Langdon was undeniable But nothing could force

  • Title: Falcon's Run
  • Author: Aimée Thurlo
  • ISBN: 9780373697090
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thurlo takes readers on a thrilling ride through Copper Canyon.Detective Preston Bowman had a Navajo gift for sensing danger And the danger stalking Abby Langdon was undeniable But nothing could force her off the Sitting Tall Ranch she d built for disabled children, not even her own near death experience.Alone on her isolated ranch, she had no one to trust no one but PrThurlo takes readers on a thrilling ride through Copper Canyon.Detective Preston Bowman had a Navajo gift for sensing danger And the danger stalking Abby Langdon was undeniable But nothing could force her off the Sitting Tall Ranch she d built for disabled children, not even her own near death experience.Alone on her isolated ranch, she had no one to trust no one but Preston And as the risk intensified, so did her desire for the strong, silent lawman But Preston was from a different world Even if he could keep everyone on the ranch safe, she couldn t say the same for her heart.
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    • IslandRiverScribe says:

      This book is the 4th in the Copper Canyon series and is centered on the 4th foster child of Hosteen Silver, Navajo non-reservation police detective Preston Bowman, and Abby Langdon, the owner of a horse therapy ranch.The character interactions were well written and the Navajo traditions pertinent to the storyline were explained clearly. The dialogue was crisp, straightforward, non-profane and logical in relation to whatever scene was playing out at the time. The story progressed naturally withou [...]

    • Bethany says:

      Received this today (12/08/13) and I shall read it as soon as I've finished my current book!Review (29/08/13)I won't describe the plot or anything as other readers have already done so. First of all, this isn't my 'kind' of book at all! If this was in the library for example, I wouldn't even bother to give it a second glance. So, when I won, I was surprised I'd even entered but I think the name intrigued me (I've always had a fascination with birds of prey).I read it in a few hours in one sittin [...]

    • Debbie Heaton says:

      In Thurlo’s romantic suspense novel, Detective Preston Bowman is of Navajo decent and possesses a special gift—he can sense danger before it strikes. Abby Langdon owns and operates the Sitting Tall Ranch, a special ranch dedicated to children. After her horse trainer is murdered and she is brutally attacked, the only people she can trust are a foster child and Preston. Preston will devote his life to protecting them both while trying to protect his heart.A fast-paced, action-packed installme [...]

    • Susan says:

      Very good book. One of Abby's employees has been murdered and Abby herself was attacked. Preston is the detective who arrived in time to save her. Abby was very worried about the effect the murder would have on the ranch which she built to help disabled and at risk children. She immediately feels that she can trust Preston as he assures her that he won't give up until he's solved the murder. At the same time there is something about Abby that stays on Preston's mind. I really liked both Abby and [...]

    • Jo-Anne says:

      Abby Langdon owns Sitting Tall Ranch. This is a ranch for special needs and foster children to come and ride and help feed and groom the animals, giving them something special to look forward to in their lives.When a ranch employee is murdered it is investigated by Detective Preston Bowman. More problems arise at the ranch and someone is trying to get Abby to close it down. This means that the detective must be there even more. This works well for both Abby and Preston since they are attracted t [...]

    • Shannon says:

      I'm continuing my exploration of the different types of Harlequins and this time I dove into the Harlequin Intrigue world where the stories are of suspense and fight for survival. That's not a super-Shannon kind of vibe, but I want to try them all and picked Falcon's Run which had a bit of a on-a-ranch feel which I can dig. The story opens with a murder, and I knew it would be an uphill battle on the enjoyment train for me. I will give it props for good main characters, and that the protagonists [...]

    • Trudy Powders says:

      An employee of a ranch for children with special needs is found murdered.Abby Langdon must count on Detective Preston Bowman to help find the answers she needs to stop the attacks on her beloved ranch.Preston along with his brothers dig deep into the murdered mans history.Abby is a very trusting person and does not want to think the danger is from people she knows and trusts.Love takes hold in Abbys heart ,but will it be enough to hold on to Preston? Preston is "married" to his job.I love Native [...]

    • Silverana says:

      The story wasn't bad. But it wasn't one of those type of stories that so strongly grab your attention that you don't want to be put it down. The main thing that I found annoying was Bobby. I usually always like stories that have kids in them. But Bobby seemed to be everywhere, even when he didn't need to be or probably shouldn't have been since he was young. Maybe it was his dialogue that made him sound old. He's been through a lot, but even then, he sounded so different than the kids I work wit [...]

    • Tina says:

      I won this from a giveaway! I hadn't read any books by Aimee Thurlo before but the story sounded like something I would enjoy. I was right, I really liked the characters in this book and although the storyline was quite simple I thought it read well and kept me guessing until the end. I would recommend this book if you haven't read any by this author before and will definitely be reading more.

    • Amber says:

      For writing this book is a four star book. The plot is pretty good too. The sheer idiocy of the law enforcement in the story would have knocked it down to a two otherwise. Seriously, the villain practically hands himself to them on a silver platter but nooooo *facepalm*

    • Harlequin Books says:

      "With the deft hand of a professional, Thurlo sprinkles Navajo tradition throughout the ongoing search for a murderer and art thief in this compelling story." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 starsMiniseries: Copper CanyonCategory: Suspense

    • Dianna says:

      A decent story. A little clunky in spots. Overall good though. If you want a quick, easy read then I'd recommend it.

    • Harlequin Books says:

      Miniseries: Copper CanyonCategory: SuspenseReceived 4 stars @ RT Book Reviews

    • Carla says:

      As usual a great read.

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