Signs That Might Be Omens

Signs That Might Be Omens Bingham Wade lives a solitary life He leaves his mountain cabin rarely mostly to do private contract work finding lost children Cynical and lonely bound by regret to the past a photo of a lost girl

  • Title: Signs That Might Be Omens
  • Author: Billie Hinton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bingham Wade lives a solitary life He leaves his mountain cabin rarely, mostly to do private contract work finding lost children Cynical and lonely, bound by regret to the past, a photo of a lost girl with curly red hair forces him to his porch in the middle of the night, where he searches the internet for a woman he lost twenty years ago.Claire Caviness is married and oBingham Wade lives a solitary life He leaves his mountain cabin rarely, mostly to do private contract work finding lost children Cynical and lonely, bound by regret to the past, a photo of a lost girl with curly red hair forces him to his porch in the middle of the night, where he searches the internet for a woman he lost twenty years ago.Claire Caviness is married and owns an art gallery in Savannah When she returns to NC for a funeral, things begin to happen she inherits money, buys a big handsome horse, reconnects with her father, and suddenly, things she lost in the past return to her.Signs That Might Be Omens, book two in the Claire Quartet, is a story of love, loss, and illuminationVIEWS Crime Book Beat Billie Hinton is a gifted writer In this second volume of her Claire Quartet, she skillfully circles back around crimes of the past, embellishing our understanding Then subtly sows portents of violations, possibly brutal, perhaps murderous I find her telling most captivating Two books in, Claire has already become a memorable figure in company with Lawrence Durrell s and at times, de Sade s Justine KudosAISE FOR SIGNS THAT MIGHT BE OMENS What happens when one casually reads a sample of Billie Hinton s SIGNS THAT MIGHT BE OMENS What happens is two days later the entire book is consumed in a big greedy gulp Hinton s characters rise off the page full bloom and real, their movements through life raw, ripping out emotion without over sentimentality There is passion, need, desire, and sex fingers scorched, the page corners curling in upon themselves, blackening to near ash from the heat.Hinton s equine characters touch a hidden ancient core that wishes to ride until there is nothing or no one else but horse and woman Such is the power of a woman s words and life and love such is the power of a well written, well wrought novel Kathryn Magendie, publishing editor of Rose Thorn, author of TENDER GRACES, SECRET GRACES, FAMILY GRACES, SWEETIE, and the novella PETEY Billie Hinton s writing is both elegant and direct, lyrical and raw Her command of words is second only to the depth of her characters, who are at the same time beautifully heroic and yet tragically flawed Hinton is a soon to be discovered gem, a talented voice from the American South Dawn DeAnna Wilson, author of Best Seller LEAVING THE COMFORT CAFE Utterly hypnotic prose that draws the reader into a world of both obsession and undying love This book, and its predecessor, claire obscure, are bewitching narratives of heartbreak and redemption Highly, highly recommended Kathleen Valentine, bestselling author of THE OLD MERMAID S TALE and THE CRAZY OLD LADY IN THE ATTIC

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    1. I have really enjoyed this series. Claire is just a character I could really sink my teeth into. In claire-obscure, I thought at the end, we would see an older wiser Claire make better choices in the sequel. There were many timesI just kept thinking "What are you doing??" and that is what I like in books. One last thing, though, is that I don't know if I necessarily agree this book's description that finding things from the past are good things in Claire's case.

    2. Honestly, I was disappointed in this sequel. The book overall wasn't worth the elements I didn't enjoy, like the very frank language. Since the book was set some 20 years after the first one, I was sad to see the main characters only finally starting to break free from their pasts and move on. And the coincidences as the story was wrapping up were a bit too unrealistic. Oh well. At least I can imagine these characters with a happy ending now.

    3. Utterly hypnotic prose that draws the reader into a world of both obsession and undying love. This book, and its predecessor claire-obscure are bewitching narratives of heart-break and redemption. Highly, highly recommended!

    4. Too bad I found out about Claire-Obscure AFTER I finished this!! I felt lost through most of the first half!! Big build up to reunion then just ended! After trudging through all the different perspectives and timelines I expected much more!!

    5. I started this and really liked it for a while.en I got too bored with the "best friends both loving the same women" thing, I quit itat rarely happens. blah

    6. So far it's interesting although very choppy - jumps around A LOT so sometimes I think I'm reading about one period of the story when it's actually another.

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