The Color of Fear by Marcia Muller

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Read The Color of Fear Online Free - Private investigator Sharon McCone returns in the newest mystery in Marcia Muller's New York Times bestselling series.A knock on the door in the middle of the night. It can only be bad news, and it is: Sharon's father Elwood has been the victim of a vicious, racially-motivated attack. A nationally recognized Shoshone Indian artist, he'd been visiting Sharon for the holidays, browsing for gifts in San Francisco's exclusive Marina district when he was set upon by a mob of angry young men. Now, Elwood lies in a coma, hovering between life and death. With little progress on the investigation from the overworked, short-handed police, Sharon resolves to track down Elwood's attackers and bring them to justice herself. But when Sharon starts receiving hate-filled, racist threats, it's clear that Elwood's attackers aren't planning to come quietly...



Title : The Color of Fear
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ISBN : 1455538914
Edition Language : English
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 304 pages


Reviews


Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede rated it ★★★☆☆

August 08, 2017

I started to read this book thought it was quite good and decided to check up how many books there are in this series since I'm new to it. The Color of Fear is book 32. Yikes, let's face it there is a lot of history between the characters and here I come stumbling into it and trying to make sense...


Sue rated it ★★★☆☆

August 24, 2017

As I indicated in my update, I may well have reached the end of my reading road with the Sharon McCone mysteries written by Marcia Muller. They continue to be well written but no longer seem to have the nuances of character and setting, and even plot. that I look for in mysteries, whether series...


Beth rated it ★★★★★

August 11, 2017

Marcia Muller delivers another winner I've read most of Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone mysteries. This is one of the best! Great story and timely subject. It's always great to catch up with Sharon and her friends/family/colleagues. Marcia Muller writes about grisly crimes without too many gruesome...


Cardyn rated it ★★★★☆

August 22, 2017

My initial feeling after finishing The Color of Fear late Friday 8/11/2017 was that the white supremacist elements were really heavy-handed (even as a person who never believed that the election and re-election of Pres. Obama were signs of a post-racial time in the U.S.). Early the next morning m...


Robin rated it ★★★★☆

September 16, 2017

I've followed Sharon McCone's life and career since the beginning of the series. The story itself was pretty straightforward with a few predictable twists and the ending was no surprise but what I always enjoy about the series is catching up with McCone's life along with her friends, relatives, a...


Fiona rated it ★★☆☆☆

September 01, 2017

Disappointing- the Sharon McCone mysteries are starting to read like outline sketches, with very little character development or plot fleshing out to keep my interest. I've read the series since the beginning, but am now at the 'don't care if I read another' stage... The book looked like it would...


Pamoliverio rated it ★★★★☆

August 11, 2017

This is the 32nd book in the Sharon McCone series and I have read them all. Part of their allure is that they are set in San Francisco, Mono Lake, Mendocino, and other familiar areas in California. Each book has well-established characters and new sinister or friendly ones too. The plots are not t...


Ann rated it ★★★★☆

September 04, 2017

With over thirty books in the series, Sharon McCone's investigation is as suspenseful and topical as ever. The people who attacked her father must be stopped; the stakes are high, for all of us.


Sharon C. Robideaux rated it ★★★☆☆

September 07, 2017

Felt like finale I have read all the Sharon McCone novels over the years, and knowing that Marcia Muller is almost 73, maybe feeling that "The Color of Fear" is her last or near-last novel is to be expected. There was even a synopsis of McCone's cases under the guise of providing an investigator w...


Erin rated it ★★☆☆☆

August 21, 2017

This book was just so-so for me. Too much flashing-back, reiterating old plots, too thin, I found it hard to care about the outcome. It felt more like a television script for a police procedural that was wrapped up with a bow in 1 hour or less than a novel. I love Marcia Muller, but not this book...





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