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China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

I thought it might be a version of the everready battery. Evan Delaney is shocked to learn that her ex-sister-in-law, Tabitha, has joined the Remnant, a religion with a dangerous and fanatical following. Not only that, but it seems that the religious sect wants the boy for reasons of their own. Among the vile members is her former sister-in-law Tabitha, who suddenly wants her son back, and not for a family reunion. At a funeral for the mother of a dear friend, the funeral party is heckled by a group of protestors from the Church of the Remnant.

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China Lake

China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

Her brother's ex wife, Tabitha, has joined a cult of religious weirdos a few years ago, and now she's back, trying to get the custody of her son, Luke Evan's brother, Brian, flying for the army, who's the father, basically dumped the kid to Evan when he had to go do some army stuff. The second, because it was an 2009 Edger Award winner, also fitting in with said challenge. In doing so, she finds herself caught up in a wild plan to steal weapons, and a blazing inferno on a Santa Barbara hillside. And that Tabitha is trying to regain custody of her six-year-old son, Luke, currently in Evan's care, while his father is posted to the Naval Air Warfare Center. Well, yes it is, and somewhat far-fetched, but the tension and action are ratcheted tight and you find yourself reading and reading to see how Evan and her brother, oh, and also Evan's boyfriend, Jesse, will solve it and save each other and Tabitha and Luke. Evan Delaney is shocked to learn that her ex-sister-in-law, Tabitha, has joined the Remnant, a religion with a dangerous and fanatical following.

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China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

The Remnant is willing to do anything, including murder, to get him back. Books about religious fanatics is never my thing but this one was not so bad. As is the case with most serial protagonists, Evan Delaney has some challenging personality quirks: she's snarky, untrusting, commitment-phobic, headstrong. Great characters, dynamic plot, nail-biting action—Meg Gardiner gives us everything. China Lake 's June release will be followed by Mission Canyon in July, Jericho Point in August, Crosscut in September and, in October, Kill Chain. I couldn't put this book down and have already read the next in this series. Now Evan is on the run, implicated in his murder.

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China Lake

China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

I hate the use of portents. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. She needs some age progression software and it just so happens that she reconnected with a high school friend who is married to someone who has access to that? China Lake won the 2009 Edgar award from the Mystery Writers of America for Best Paperback Original. Pages may include some writing and highlighting. Evan Delaney learns that not only has her ex-sister-in-law joined a religious cult, but the unstable young mother plans to regain custody of her son and disappear with him into the fold of the fanatical group. What is more alarming is that the unstable young mother plans to regain custody of her son and disappear with him into the fold of the church.

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China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

A confrontation ensues and actions continue from then on. With her boyfriend, lawyer Jesse Blackburn, Evan tries to clear her brother's name and rescue her nephew. Book Description Penguin Putnam Inc, United States, 2008. Read the book on paper - it is quite a powerful experience. But there is a surprising depth to this story, which tackles subjects and experience normally shied away from in these kind of books. The second is that there was too much 'action', decreasing the realism of the story, and reminding me that these kinds of books do not catch my interest anymore. Evan Delaney is shocked to learn that her ex-sister-in-law, Tabitha, has joined the Remnant, a religion with a dangerous and fanatical following.

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China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. At one part of the story, something happens while Evan is driving Luke to see his father at China Lake. The third and final, cults and extremism happens to people in all religions, leading them to kill and destroy, so why do Well, I read it a while ago but the a few impressions remain, one is that the characters were flawed, whether it be temper, red-hotheadedness, or rashness, or even being lost in life, which makes them more realistic. Gardiner doesn't hold back with these faults, and there are definitely times over the course of the series that I've wanted to shake dear old Evan as a result. Tabitha decides she's going to reclaim custody of her son Luke -- Evan's nephew -- around the same time that the leader of the cult is found dead in Evan's brother's back yard. The second, because it was an 2009 Edger Award winner, also fitting in with said challenge.

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China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

His mother, the survivor of a recent stroke, decided to come along for the ride. Tabitha wants to get her son back, Evan goes to the Navy air base at China Lake to get Brian's help. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Then, one of the Remnant is killed, and Evan's brother is the prime suspect. I mean a lawyer turned novelist turned superwoman.

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China Lake: Evan Delaney, Book 1

Evan Delaney learns that not only has her ex-sister-in-law joined a religious cult, but the unstable young mother plans to regain custody of her son and disappear with him into the fold of the fanatical group. China Lake, by Meg Gardiner, B-plus, narrated by Tanya Eby Sirois, produced by Brilliance Audio, downloaded from audible. The spine may show signs of wear. In doing so, she finds herself caught up in a wild plan to steal weapons, and a blazing inferno on a Santa Barbara hillside. But that's not a criticism; it won an Edgar award in 2009 and it's well deserved. What is more alarming is that the unstable young mother plans to regain custody of her son and disappear with him into the fold of the church.

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