Miller's Creek

Miller s Creek Seventy five years ago in the rural town of Miller s Creek Jacob Palmer massacred his family Sixty years later thirteen year old Jesse Ellis watched his best friend Geoff Meyers commit accidental mu

  • Title: Miller's Creek
  • Author: R.G. Green
  • ISBN: 9781632168559
  • Page: 256
  • Format: ebook
  • Seventy five years ago in the rural town of Miller s Creek, Jacob Palmer massacred his family Sixty years later, thirteen year old Jesse Ellis watched his best friend Geoff Meyers commit accidental murder in the cemetery where Palmer was buried when a childish prank went horribly wrong Unable to cope, Geoff made a tragic decision, leaving Jesse to face the judgmental towSeventy five years ago in the rural town of Miller s Creek, Jacob Palmer massacred his family Sixty years later, thirteen year old Jesse Ellis watched his best friend Geoff Meyers commit accidental murder in the cemetery where Palmer was buried when a childish prank went horribly wrong Unable to cope, Geoff made a tragic decision, leaving Jesse to face the judgmental town and his own nightmares alone Jesse and his family fled the tragedy, hoping to leave the past behind.Fifteen years later, Jesse is hoping for his big break as a journalist for the Attingwood Journal Then the anniversary of Palmer s killing spree leads Jesse s boss to assign him to the story, and Jesse reluctantly returns to Miller s Creek, dreading the horrors he left there.What he finds instead is gorgeous Dustin Weaver, a man with a past uncannily similar to his own As Dustin helps Jesse put his demons into perspective, Jesse uncovers information that may prove Palmer was than a vicious murderer In the end, Jesse sees both the possibility to right an old wrong and the chance to gain the future and the man he wants but only if he can finally lay his past to rest.

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    1 thought on “Miller's Creek”

    1. This wasn't really a mystery/suspense novel, more like a man coming to terms with his past. It was a slow moving, more like meandering along story with the absence of ups and downs. Nevertheless, it kept me reading on and I felt quite entertained. The epilogue was a bit too much summarization, perhaps another chapter letting me actually follow along the development might have been much appreciated.

    2. 5 heart review by TidalI love this book. On the 60th Anniversary of the Jacob Palmer massacre, two teen age boys go out looking for adventure and accidents cause the death of an innocent man. Plagued by guilt Geoff takes the only option he sees. Jesse and his family are left to bear the shame and scandal. The Ellis family is run out of town not physically but they certainly feel that way and no one is ever the same. Each are sent off to their own individual exiles.Jesse, after years of therapy a [...]

    3. 3/3.5*Adult Jesse has to return to the home town he and his family were run out of when he was 13. It is the same but different in the way of small rural towns. The investigation into the massacre 75 years ago by the schoolteacher was good, hints of what may have happened given but a lot of the investigation was in Jesse's space so as the reader you only got his thoughts, not able to really form your own. I did think it was going to be more sinister than the reality.Jesse's own experiences with [...]

    4. For some reason I went into this book thinking it was going to be more gruesome than it was. Actually, it wasn't very gruesome at all, but it didn't diminish my enjoyment of the book. Basically, it's a story of going home again and facing your demons. Fortunately, Jesse met Dustin and he was able to help be the support system that Jesse needed for the trip.

    5. This was an ok read by R.G. Green. It was suspenseful and sadness but Dustin and Jesse brought a lot of love.

    6. I enjoyed this story. Not too angsty with a plot that kept me reading. Perfect for the type of read I was looking for the last few days.

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