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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Gary Cole,Sandra Brown
ISBN: 0553478265
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher Random House Audio; Abridged edition (June 8, 1998)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.1
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eBook Unspeakable download

by Gary Cole,Sandra Brown


UNSPEAKABLE, BY Sandra Brown, is about a handsome drifter who shows up on Delray Corbett’s cattle ranch looking for work. Delray, an aging rancher who needs help with his chores reluctantly hires Jack Sawyer.

UNSPEAKABLE, BY Sandra Brown, is about a handsome drifter who shows up on Delray Corbett’s cattle ranch looking for work. Sawyer proves to be a reliable and hard worker and soon earns Delray’s confidence.

Realistic, sharp-edged, and complex, Sandra Brown's latest work is so suspenseful it zings like a high-tension wire.

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In UNSPEAKABLE a twenty-two year old mystery unites unrelated individuals and pits ruthless, revenge-seeking prisoners against a widow and her six-year-old so. The violent passages in this book struck a nerve with some readers, and although I never wanted to offend, and regret being unable to please all of the people all of the time, I don’t apologize for the content of Unspeakable. It was my intention to draw a stark contrast between the evil nature of the prisoners and the mayhem they create, and Anna, who is encapsulated in silence and innocence.

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Sandra Brown began her writing career in 1980. After selling her first book, she wrote a succession of romance novels under several pseudonyms, most of which remain in print. She has become one of the country's most popular novelists, earning the notice of Hollywood and of the critics. More than 60 of her books have appeared on the New York Times bestseller list.

They sprinted back across the field and past the barn. David was clinging to his neck so tightly that it was left to Anna to open the cellar door. She had difficulty lifting it, then the wind caught it and slammed it against the ground. Jack glanced over his shoulder. The twister had dipped lower and was cutting a furrow through the field they had just crossed

Carl Herbold enjoys being bad.  After all, he is terrifyingly good at it.  Stimulated by violence, he and his brother, Cecil, had easily graduated from being juvenile delinquents to full-blown killers.  And when Carl, serving a life sentence in an Arkansas penitentiary, carries out a daring escape with a fellow inmate, he heads back to where he began--Blewer County, Texas--and sets in motion events that will threaten and change lives forever.Ann Corbett had been widowed right before her son was born.  Beset by debt and personal tragedy, she faces the toughest challenge of her life--holding on to the ranch that is her son's birthright--unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's vengeful plan.  Ezzy Hardge is a retired lawman who is haunted by the one crime he sacrificed everything to solve, but could not.  And Jack Sawyer, a seemingly easygoing cowboy and drifter whose past is shrouded in mystery, understands Herbold's twisted mind and his hate-filled lust for vengeance.  Risking exposure of his own troubled past, Jack arrives at Anna Corbett's ranch asking for work, but in reality hoping to protect the innocent deaf woman and her young son from Herbold's rage.Carl Herbold's prison break draws them inexorably toward a day of reckoning: Ezzy, an over-the-hill peace officer seeking redemption; Jack, a man stalked by dark secrets he can no longer outrun; and Anna, a beautiful woman locked in silence and self-imposed isolation.  All must grapple with their own demons before their tumultuous confrontation with a diabolical killer.Realistic, sharp-edged, and complex, Sandra Brown's Unspeakable is her best yet.
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UNSPEAKABLE, BY Sandra Brown, is about a handsome drifter who shows up on Delray Corbett’s cattle ranch looking for work. Delray, an aging rancher who needs help with his chores reluctantly hires Jack Sawyer. Sawyer proves to be a reliable and hard worker and soon earns Delray’s confidence. Corbett is increasingly concerned for the safety of his widowed and deaf daughter-in-law, Anna, and his young grandson, David, who live with him on the ranch. Everyone in Blewer, Texas, is concerned and in fear of the expected return of a local bad guy, Carl Herbold, Corbett’s estranged stepson whom he helped convict, and who recently escaped from an Arkansas prison. Herbold, along with his ruthless prison cellmate, Myron Hutts, leaves a bloody trail of murder and mayhem across three states in their route to Blewer. Soon Jack and Anna are drawn to each other along with David who looks up to Jack as a father figure. Both are reluctant to acknowledge their feelings until a dramatic incident takes place. Unspeakable, starts slowly but kicks into high gear in the last half. It is one of Brown’s early attempts to shift from romance novels to mystery thrillers. The story is violent and bloody. Brown, as always, weaves a plot that keeps the reader on edge. She has written a successful novel that will keep you turning pages to the end. Speaking of the end, I always enjoy Brown’s endings, she leaves nothing to question. I give Unspeakable a 4-star rating. I enjoyed the book.
Adrietius
Another steaming suspense thriller, had to read it straight through. Never saw it unraveled all the twists this story held to the end. Very pleased that Ms. Brown found a dignified storyline to give Ezzy, the retired sheriff the closure and impetus he deserved to solve that nagging one unsolved case haunting lawman elsewhere, allowing him to truly let go and cherish what was most important to him, the love and support of his wife. As always, the damsel, Anna, was rife with complications, but almost a heroine in own right, because of her independence, self determination, intelligence, accepting and understanding her deafness as well as learning how to improve her skills and acceptance of the hearing world that judges her. While many villains impeded Jack the hero, his greatest success was winning the battle within himself and his demons of the past.

With almost all the storylines finally unraveled, the only one I feel that needed explanation was that Jack quit school at 15, yet his responses to young David never ending questions, dialogs and explanations to Anna, skills and experiences, made Jack sound so much more educated than his life story that was mystery till the end. Maybe a postscript is needed to explain he was taken under the wing of a mentor or good Samaritan who taught him the social graces, trade and technical skills and mental acumen to be an eloquent talented "Jack of All Trades".
Globus
Unspeakable was great!! The descriptions of the settings and the development of the characters were strong. The plot was not predictable! I attempted to figure it out several times, but I was wrong. A twist at the end left me rethinking certain parts of the book looking for the foreshadowing, which I obviously missed. Overall, if you are looking for a good book which is hard to put down, then you need to read Unspeakable!
Trash Obsession
I read this book before I read the reviews, and I felt that many of them were unfair. This book has many layers of mystery, all woven together, combined with a quiet romance holding the story together. I loved it! First, who is Jack, and what has brought him to Corbett Ranch? What is his connection to the Herbold brothers? Who killed the McCorkle girl, if the brother's didn't? And why are the Herbolds so intent on getting back t ao the ranch instead of leaving the country? There are so many unanswered questions, you can't quit reading until you know all of the answers. Then, in one big ,bloody evening, everything comes together. This is a quietly romantic , sometimes violent, very engaging book that every Sandra Brown fan should read! I loved it, and wish there was a sequel. Mrs. Brown is a talented writer- none of her books are the same. Each book is an individual work, and I have been impressed by each one!
Nkeiy
I have read many of Sandra Brown's books .. and have enjoyed immensely each and every one, with the exception of UNSPEAKABLE. While the plot/story line is intriguing, her continual use of inappropriate language along with so much sexual perversion makes me wish I had never bought the book. If this will become the 'norm' for her writing style (which it hasn't been in the past), I will pass on buying any more of her novels. Just my two cents worth...
TheFresh
I think this might be my last SB novel. I've read her for years but either she's getting more graphic in her violence or I'm losing the stomach for it. Some really nasty parts hung in my subconscious for days. Excellent story telling and gripping suspense, if you can take the nastiness.
Hǻrley Quinn
I enjoy Sandra Brown's writing. Indeed, it is not great literature, which I also enjoy. I like the light flow of the story line, the way the plot moves from remote locations, and culminates in all characters coming together in one big crash meeting. The end of the story holds a surprise disclosure that is totally unexpected. The easy flow of words and plot led me to be curious about the what comes next. This book could easily be made into a movie.
Don't think I've ever read a bad book by Sandra Brown. I look forward to each new release. She makes characters come alive and weaves a mystery with twist and turns. I particularly liked the relationship with Jack, Anna and David. There is no instant hopping into bed for her characters which I appreciate but a slow building of true intimacy.