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The Trees Beyond the Grass (A Cole Mouzon Thriller Book 1) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Robert Reeves

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"There is nothing typical about this thriller… The City of Charleston is as much as a protagonist as the book’s main character, Cole Mouzon." – Elisa Reviews

"Highly emotive and gritty… His descriptions of Charleston are evocative and lyrical… A marvelous debut novel." Lisa B. – Goodreads

The nightmare is back...

Cole Mouzon exists to the outside world as a successful lawyer, loyal son and brother – all unaware of his private turmoil and the mental wall that holds him together. But, during a visit back home to Charleston, he receives a call from the FBI that a stranger has been found poisoned and mutilated. What Cole learns next threatens to bring down the wall and expose him to the sharp emotions behind it when he is told that there is more to his childhood nightmares than just dark places. Betrayed by his memory, the clue to his past and his ultimate survival rests in a stranger, Cash Calhoun, a man he has never met but has been tied to his entire life. Together, they embark on a hunt to find the truth held in the dark shadows of Cole’s mind and the marshy landscape of the Holy City before a hunter from Cole’s past destroys their newly discovered bond and their lives.

Steeped in southern drawl and suspense, THE TREES BEYOND THE GRASS, the first in the Cole Mouzon thriller series, is a riveting story about the amazing, but sometimes destructive, power of our minds to protect us from the evils of life, while undermining our ability to discover true happiness.

Look for book two of the Cole Mouzon series, WHEN ASPENS QUAKE, coming this week!.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2750 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 404 pages
  • Editeur : The Spartina Company, Ltd. (1 décembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00FB0GSQY
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Who is Poinsett? 23 septembre 2013
Par Colibri - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The author gifted me a copy of his book in exchange for an honest review, which I promised to write, in my own time. Robert Reeves said he was in no hurry, but once I began reading, I was the one who was racing to finish the story. I resented all the tasks and chores that took me away from reading 'The Trees Beyond the Grass'.
Cole Muzon works in Denver and returns to Charleston, his hometown to visit his adopted parents, his grandmother, his sister and her son, to whom he is very attached. He is perplexed and on guard when he is warned that someone is out to kill him. He searches his mind to see if he has wronged anyone, but is unable to find a reason for someone wanting to murder him.
From a bunch of old computer files, he learns that he and Mark, (a boy a little older than him) were kidnapped as infants, when they were abducted from home together with his mother, and of her death provoked from violence while they were hiding under the trees. It was a few days before they were found, starving and crying over her body. Now he understands the reason for his recurrent nightmare.
Meanwhile, the FBI and local police are brain-racked over two murders, both involving the removal of a patch of skin on the rear hip, with a branding of a 'P'. The FBI and police hunt for the assassin before he or she can reach Cole Muzon, who is the next victim. Agent Leas, from Atlanta, is asked to collaborate in the search. He does all he can to protect Muzon and locate the murderer. The only clues are notes signed with a 'P', for Poinsett. But who is Poinsett? You will be left guessing and utterly surprised until it is revealed at the very end of the novel, which makes this book impossible to put down.
There are many interesting characters in the book, especially that of Cole Muzon, his sister and MeMe. His love for Charleston and descriptions of old haunts he frequented before moving to Denver, allow you an inside view of these places, to better connect with the story.
A few of the many things I appreciated in this book were, the short chapters for shift of scene, frequent, 'chatty' dialogue between friends and family, and some essential History into the past and present of Charleston and its inhabitants.
If you are looking for an engaging thriller, then this is the book for you.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fanastic new author!!! 20 septembre 2013
Par 2ndStarLeft - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I could NOT put this book down! It sucked me in and didn't let go the entire way through. Not only fascinating and bone-chilling in its presentation, but it also spoke so much of the history of the locations - all of which are real. I am planning a trip for later this fall and will definitely be visiting some of the places named.

My rating of the book: FANTASTIC. And I was even more surprised to learn that this is Reeves' first book. I can't wait to read his future work. My rating of the author: Marked for future reading!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "beyond" great 21 septembre 2013
Par pdxtim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The Trees Beyond the Grass is a fascinating, provocative thriller that follows Cole Mouzon as he embarks on an unforeseen journey to prevent his own murder from taking place. Suspiciously tied to a childhood nightmare, Cole's killer follows him to his hometown of Charleston where he has traveled to visit family and friends. After learning that he is a target for murder, Cole's relaxing visit quickly becomes a path of suspenseful, dramatic intrigue along which he enlists the help of Cash Calhoun, to whom he is unexpectedly linked. Together they unearth mysteries of the past to track the killer before there is another murder.

Reeves' style is reminiscent of Dan Brown and Michael Crichton in his thoroughly-researched landscapes and concepts within. Trees is an incredibly well-written novel that is sure to keep you guessing at the turn of every page. Cole's character is equally as intriguing as the main storyline. He's a somewhat mysterious man that uses clues in his past to illuminate a journey of emotional self-discovery alongside the plot to stop his killer. Moments of humor between Cole and his friends in Charleston make for a fun addition to the thriller, while his budding connection with Cash is one with which we can all relate.

Trees is one of the favorites to hit my shelves in a long time! Every twist and turn drew me in from the beginning and truly allowed me to be a part of Cole's world. Reeves has it all - adventure, history, humor, romance, suspense and intrigue! To me, the mark of an incredible novel is my desire to learn and discover more as I put it down - and we're in luck! Reeves has Book 2 of the series planned for next year and I CANNOT WAIT to pick it up and continue Cole & Cash's journey.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Who doesn't love a mystery? 22 septembre 2013
Par R.L. Griffin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
What can I say, I love a good mystery. I like to challenge myself to figure out the killer before I'm supposed to. The thing about this book, is that it's so much more than that. This book is about family, self-defense (in every sense) and the south. Charleston becomes a character in this book and I loved learning all the little bits of history. It was a very similar read to The Garden of Good and Evil. I loved it, a very different and refreshing read for me. Can't wait for the one!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pour a tall glass, and settle in with this one, y'all... 16 février 2014
Par Thomas Walker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
As other reviewers have noted, there's a lot of detail introduction and backstory here; and the plot is on slow boil. And I wouldn't expect anything less given the setting and storyteller...

I'm a sucker for Southern literature, and took a risk with what I knew to be dark murder mystery, despite that not being my usual cup of (sweet) tea. And I was very pleased: The emotional complexity of characters, each with strengths and faults. The realism of slowly unfolding events. The hints along the way leading to quick twists of plot up until the very end. And the luscious attention paid to the details of career, city and culture, perhaps enjoyed from nostalgia as a fellow Southerner, perhaps for the depth it added to the world being visited. Realizing that high-def may be unnecessary for those more interested in plotline, I appreciate that richness, as in Clancy and Tolkein.

If anything, I felt the ultimate resolution was too swift and neat-ish, given that build-up. To be sure, the antagonist sought such a definitive end, and it will film well; but I could easily have enjoyed a climax of more slow molasses than movie staging.

With questions still unresolved (the Taker still at large, an FBI agent with issues, Cole with new responsibilities now that multiple women relatives have sacrificed for him, etc), I do look forward eagerly to another helping of Mouzon family adventure.

And, for those whose tastes don't match with such murder and minutiae, bless your hearts, I suggest buying a copy and gifting it to reader friends/family who would...
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