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eBook Hell's Gate (Thorndike Press Large Print Core Series) download ISBN: 141041731X
Author: Stephen Frey
Publisher: Thorndike Pr; Large Print edition (August 18, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 605
ePub: 1859 kb
Fb2: 1637 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

Series: Thorndike Press Large Print Core Series.

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Published August 18th 2009 by Atria Books. Published August 1st 2009 by Thorndike Press. Large Print, Hardcover, 605 pages. Author(s): Stephen W. Frey.

Giving up his high-stakes career to relocate to Montana, divorced litigator Hunter Lee joins an elite team of parachute firefighters and learns a sordid local secret regarding arson fires for which lives are forfeited in exchange for insurance payoffs.
Comments: (7)
This one should have zero starts, if possible. I remember Stephen Frey as a decent writer--no Connelly or James Lee Burke, or even Sandford--but if you bought the paperback versions of his books you didn't feel cheated and were at least mildly entertained. His last two--Forced Out was another have just been terrible...silly plots, unbelievable coincidences holding story lines together, and shallow, selfish, and ridiculously stupid characters. What's really amazing is his endings, or lack thereof. It's as if he when tires of writing anymore, he uses any device or contrivance, kills off any character that would require a more thoughtful and believable ending, and just stops the story. I was foolish enough to pay the Kindle $9.99 price for Hell's Gate. It should have been titled "What the hell?" No more Frey for me.
Not the best book I have ever read but it held my interest. It is written as a 'who dun it' and lines the cast of characters up nicely. There are really no surprises, a little light sex, and some detail on firefighting. I would not buy another book by this author.
Wow, what a disappointment. I've read several of Frey's books, and enjoyed each of them. It's not that Hell's Gate was not AS good as his past novels.... it's simply bad by any standard.
Do not like books with out a happy ending. This is the second book I read by Mr. frey, and that book also did not end well.
Why would Frey write such an interesting and thrilling novel only to end with an unsatisfactory empty conclusion? It's as though he didn't even attempt to satisfy the reader.
Again Frey weaves a good story. The main story line reminded me of the Vulture story line but the settings were intriguing.
Standard fare mystery with interesting settings. Frey does a good job of capturing the sense of first-contact with Montana people and places.
Great charaters and development along with believable settings. It was a shame the plot resolution was a little rushed and abbreviated.