A Stranger at the Door Rachel Marin Thriller #2 eBook

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10 thoughts on “A Stranger at the Door Rachel Marin Thriller #2

  1. Owl._. Owl._. says:

    2nd book in the Rachel Marin series and it did not disappoint I was lucky enought to read both books as eARC's and can say I definitely recommend this series Love the writing style fast paced grabs you from the beginning Could be read as a stand alone but why would you? I am looking forward to book 3Thank you #netgalley and #thomasandmercer for the opportunity to read this eARC fo rmy honest opinion


  2. Dona Fox Dona Fox says:

    FIVE BREATHLESS STARS Thomas Mercer has done it again—they really know how to line up the best in Mystery Thrillers In #AStrangerAtTheDoor Jason Pinter gave me real chills as he made me uestion what did this one horrific murder have to do with the stranger who beguiled teenagers then lured them to sneak out and gather in a field in the middle of the night? It's frightening to realize that when your teenager shuts their door you're no longer in control That should scare you to death and in this book it comes close for Rachel Marin In this second installment of the Rachel Marin Thriller Series by Jason Pinter this strong and independent woman steps up to save her child and others from a Dickensian cast of villains and unravel a mysterious scheme The chills mount as the human sharks close in on Rachel's son—and even so in the method chosen for the gruesome murder—Poe would have been proudI loved how the mysteries piled up in this story mostly why was someone recruiting these boys and what captivated the children so entirely that they were willing to commit such extreme acts of violence? That kept me guessing What was in the envelopes they were delivering to so many houses? The story is detailed yet fast paced The realization that villains like the ones described are out there is made vivid and chilling in its possibilities Pinter's story goes where our minds seldom dare to wanderJust when it appears as if evil has won Rachel Marin wounded bloody possibly dying rises one last time using all her exceptional martial arts skills but does she have enough strength left? She doesn't No it appears that maybe she doesn't this time RecommendedThanks to Thomas Mercer #NetGalley and especially Jason Pinter author of #AStrangerAtTheDoor for the ARC in exchange for my honest feedback this is it


  3. Rick Rick says:

    A Stranger at the Door is a very fast paced murder mystery Rachel Marin is a strong woman who is holding a secret and possesses incredible physical and mental self defence skills A Stranger at the Door is the second book in the Rachel Marin series by the prolific author Jason PinterRachel’s son’s teacher is brutally murdered just after sending her an email asking to meet Shortly afterwards Rachels’ troubled son Eric becomes involved with Bennett Brice a shady character who promises young boys riches beyond their wildest dreams As an overprotective mom Rachel makes things worse by threatening Eric’s new benefactor and everything starts to escalate Rachel begins to wonder if the murder and the appearance Brice Bennett are somehow linked I really enjoy the book because it is interesting fast paced and an easy read Although there are many twists and turns it is easy follow because all of the surprises have strong links to the central theme The author has a way of maintaining his focus on the storyAll of the characters are very relatable There are moms who will do anything for their kids cops who just want to get their job done a several victims who just get dragged in to the fray All of it is very believable I recommend this book to all people who love a good fast paced and tight murder mystery I give it a 4 on 5 I want to thank NetGalley and Thomas Mercer for providing me with a digital copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review


  4. Gerrie Gerrie says:

    375 stars rounded to 4A Stranger at the Door is a well written thriller I realized part way through that there is a first novel featuring the heroine Rachel Marin but this story can definitely stand on its own The central crime is very brutal but fortunately that does not presage the rest of the book Rachel Marin a freelance forensic consultant but first and foremost mother to Eric age 14 and Megan age 8 has believable emotions as she is fiercely protective of her children while fighting her own demons involving the family’s past She is dedicated to bringing morally reprehensible individuals to justice and struggles with dividing her time between crime solving and her family This story unfolds slowly but lays down layer upon layer of deception revelation and a varied cast of unpleasant criminals By the conclusion I was ready for the tension to end and the bad guys to be dealt with There were enough twists and turns to keep me engaged in the suspense although I found no particularly likable characters in this book The author does a creditable job of exploring teenage group behavior and conflict as well as family dynamics and the complexity of mature adult romance I will be looking for the preuel to this book to see if that enhances my appreciation of this storyThank you to NetGalley and Thomas Mercer publishers for this ARC in exchange for my honest review


  5. Pattyh Pattyh says:

    Thank you Netgalley for the opportunity to preview A Stranger at the Door by Jason Pinter Pinter is fast becoming a favorite author for me He has the ability to create really good characters that you become vested in want to follow and are REALThis is the second book in the Rachel Marin series and although this can be a stand alone i really suggest readers to take the time to read the first book Hideaway Also he has another series Henry Parker that's another series that I really likeThe book introduces you again to Rachel her kids and her new boyfriend a cop she met recently who she is starting a relationship with and some other characters that keep the story rich and interestingRachel has a past a terrible secret and she tries to keep a low profile but somehow trouble seems to find her When a local teacher is found dead Rachel has a connection her son was a student of his and this teacher sent her an email before he died he was reaching out to Rachel for help and then he is found deadRachel musters the strength to get to the bottom with a little help from her friends and along the way she is hit from all sides Can Rachel keep her children safe and keep her self out of the public eye Someone wants to find Rachel and heshe will do anything to keep her uietVery good 45 stars


  6. Loy Loy says:

    This is the second book in the Rachel Marin series by Jason Pinter Rachel is in a good place has a good relationship with Police detective Sarreno who was in the first bookRachel receives an email from her son’s teacher about something going on at the school – The next day he is murdered For Rachel it is personal This case strains her relationship with her boyfriend and her son She goes after the killer no matter what I really enjoyed the writing and the story Pinter has another series that I really enjoyed which prompted me to reuest this book from Net Galley which I read for an honest review This one is turning out to be just as good


  7. Jenn Brouwer Jenn Brouwer says:

    Thanks to What a wild ride start to finish Everyone has a secret It seems Rachel has a past and a new name to hide from her past her son has a new “job” with shady operations No one is who they seem and it all ties in with one very dangerous player in the game Who will live and who will die when the past and present collideThis was very well written with so many twists and turns and very relate able characters I really enjoyed this story it flowed well and held suspense throughout Put this one on your “to read” list


  8. Roxanne Spencer Roxanne Spencer says:

    I couldn't put this book down and read it in one day Rachel Marin mostly operates on the side of the law but always looks to deliver justice; her approach causes some friction with her budding romance with a police detective In the first book Rachel feels compelled to act for a case that she wasn't involved in; this time it's personal as she fights for her son as he is dragged into some shady goings on A kick butt heroine and exciting readThanks to Thomas Mercer for access to a digital arc via NetGalley


  9. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    I loved the first Rachel Marin book and am always excited when there is a seuel to a book I loved In this book you get the expected drama and suspense but you also get a deeper look into a family that has been shattered and put back together and the cracks are increasingly visible This is a book about greed and pure evil but it’s even about love and the ends we will go to protect those we love It had my attention from the beginning and I didn’t want to put it down I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end


  10. Laura Freed Laura Freed says:

    Rachel is a strong character who believes in justice However she has escaped from a past which comes calling and she must balance a new crime that will involve a family member The start of the book has a fast pace however it dips and slows in some parts and then picks up toward the end This is the second in a series I did not read the first and I don't feel you need to read that in order to enjoy this Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC


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