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Mount Haven: Thin Blue Line Book 1

When Evil finds her, will the hunters become the prey?

Rowdy Cooper was born into a family of cops, and he loves the family business. Then, one night, everything changes. He is shot in the line of duty and forced to retire. Depressed and a little lost, he moves to a sleepy little Montana town called Mount Haven. But, will the move prove therapeutic or lethal?

Bailey’s on the run. She landed in Mount Haven and fell in love with the peaceful little town immediately. She keeps to herself and reveals nothing, but her sharp mind and secretive nature has attracted the attention of the Cooper brothers. One is her new boss — the other the town sheriff, both are too perceptive.

As Rowdy struggles to rebuild his life, Bailey wrestles to keep her secrets hidden. But dangerous men are on the hunt… and Bailey is the prey. Suddenly, two sadistic conspirators emerge from the shadows united by one common goal; reclaim the woman that slipped from their grasp — and this time, there is nowhere safe to hide.

 

 

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6 comments on “Mount Haven”

  1. Jennifer Reply

    Mount Haven is a quiet town in Montana, and the perfect place for the Cooper brothers, Andy and Rowdy, to settle after Rowdy, the younger of the two, is seriously injured on the job. Little do they know that their quiet life wouldn’t stay quiet for long when two serial rapists/murders set their sights on the new manager of Rowdy’s bar and grill.

    I loved everything about this novel—the relationship between the two brothers being my favorite. Their banter is hilarious, and their love for each other is unbreakable. The way the town and their friends rally around them to help them get through Rowdy’s injury and through all the drama and death that finds them in Mount Haven is amazing and shows how strong we can be as a people if we decide to stand against those who are corrupt and vicious no matter how much we fear them.

    As I said, I loved this novel. I don’t have anything negative to say about it. I would like to know the results of Rowdy’s last MRI. His migraines seemed to cease or at least decrease after it, so I wonder what the doctors saw.

    I hope this book is part of a series. I’d loved to go back to Mount Haven with the Cooper brothers.

  2. Anonymous Customer Reply

    I have read all of Melanie Smith’s books….loved them all. This is my favorite. I can’t wait for her next book to come out, it has more about Mount Haven

  3. Jonilin Reply

    A man and his dog…

    Another amazing book by Melanie. I started it yesterday and haven’t been able to put it down. She kept me riveted through the story of Bailey. And left me dangling wondering if there will be more to follow. And at the end brought some tears when it came to Lee’s poem. Thank you for another great book Melanie

  4. PelicanFreak Reviews Reply

    This book is truly… addicting.
    When it opens, we meet Rowdy and his brilliant partner and I’m already set on edge wondering if they’re both going to get out of the sticking situation that soon arises…

    I’m later treated to a great cast of brilliantly designed characters who are all not too far into the process of starting over in a small town, and whose paths cross or are… intermingled is more like it.
    It makes you think “everything happens for a reason” as things just … coincide.

    We’re also treated to small town life – I absolutely love small towns and the quirky characters that tend to be involved – Mount Haven did not disappoint in this regard.

    There is suspense and there is romance – and I do not mean together. The budding romance is in the midst of some intense action. The reader is repeatedly treated to the POV of the deranged antagonists in this fun adventure – making it all the more juicy.

    I highly recommend this read – whatever genre you favor as it’s got bits of many going on.
    Very entertaining and I got sucked in to the point that, I missed it when I had to step away.

    A really fun read.

    *I did receive an advance copy for free in exchange for my honest review.

  5. Anonymous Reply

    I LOVE this book. I am reading it for a second time. There aren’t many books out there that I feel compelled to read twice but this book, well, its simply awesome!

    The story pulls you in right from the beginning. Even though I have already read it, it is just as hard to put down the second time around.

    I look forward to reading more from this author. I’ve read all of her books and she always leaves me wanting more.

  6. Lee Smith Reply

    I like a good police story. I’ve read most of Joseph Wambaugh’s books and enjoy them very much, especially his earlier works. You can tell immediately he is very knowledgeable of the inner workings of police work, and it reflects in his writing.

    Recently I read Mount Haven by Melanie P Smith. The cover didn’t shout police story but I was intrigued by a small icon of handcuffs in the title. What a pleasant surprise this book was. Mount Haven is a police story, a good police story, told by an author who obviously knows the subject matter.

    The book starts in high gear and doesn’t let up anytime soon. I was immediately drawn into the story line and was kept wondering what was going to happen next. I felt like I was right there with the characters. A very good read. Hope to see more like this one from this author.

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