Tami Hoag Message Board
Pam Smith posts on 3/23/2007 2:35:38 PM
You were right kc. I just needed a reminder. It's that CRS kicking in. Thanks.
Lynda posts on 3/23/2007 2:27:46 PM
i am not a big reader, that is until i found kill the messenger by tami hoag. that was the best book i have ever read. i literally could not put it down. as each chapter ended i was dying to know what was going to happen next. i was on pins and neddles worrying about tyler. i have told everyon i know about tami hoag. currently i'm reading night sins. it's good but my love is the first one.
kctexas posts on 2/12/2007 12:16:50 AM
Hi Pam. It has been awhile since I read A thin Dark Line, but I believe the rapist turned out to be an employ with the radio station?? Is that right? I may be confusing my books.
Pam Smith posts on 1/27/2007 8:24:59 PM
In A Thin Dark Line we found out who the murderer was. Who was the rapist or is it not supposed to be relevant??
Deuce posts on 12/27/2006 5:44:12 PM
I have a "75 page rule". What that means is I give an Author seventy-five pages to hook me. Hoag blew it on page 75. If she's too lazy to research whether or not Ken Stabler played for the LA Raiders (he didn't. They were in Oakland when he was a Raider), then I'm too lazy to read her product.
Jessoca posts on 11/24/2006 5:27:59 PM
I ahve just finished this book and I must say Tami Hoag has just became my favorite Author since I started reading more often again. Hope to see more of her work real soon plz don't keep us waiting.
Kristie posts on 11/14/2006 2:36:10 PM
I just got finished reading Dark Paradise, Man that was a GREAT book!!I could not stop reading it. They really need to make a movie out of this one. The whole time I was reading this I could picture it in my head. Again GREAT book.
posts on 8/23/2006 9:58:45 AM
In 1982 I made up a name for my newborn son...in KTM, that character is named Jace...how do I contact Ms Hoag to find out where she got the name for this character...
posts on 8/17/2006 9:41:56 PM
For Chris: Ashes to Ashes was is the book before Dust to Dust. I just finished them both. Very Good Reading!
posts on 8/15/2006 9:02:52 AM
Does anyone know if "Ashes To Ashes" and "Dust To Dust" follow one another? I have "Dust To Dust" but have not read "Ashes to Ashes" yet. Should I read "Ashes to Ashes" first, or does it not matter? Thnks
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