Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann – book cover, description, publication history. Veteran A.J. Gallagher suffers PTSD from the first Gulf War, leading to lost years of homelessness and alcoholism before he pulls his life. When history professor Alison Carter became a consultant to the film version of the Wild West legend she’d dedicated her career to researching, she couldn’t.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The ghost here is trying to right a wrong and the story will keep you turning the pages.
But this one just didn’t seem to have brockmanh magic that some of her other books have had. Suzanne Brockmann born is an American romantic fiction writer. Well I finally finished, and I’m asking myself–was this really a Suzanne Ijfamous book? Brockmann delves into the issues our vets are dealing with and rather than sensationalize it into a vehicle for the story, it is woven into the very fabric of the story so that it wouldn’t be as well told without it. I had to laugh.
There were quite a few parts in the beginning and middle when scenes took too long to unfold, or szuanne were dilly dallying around ‘thinking’ too much about what they should be doing.
I barely noticed why and didn’t care.
And then there was the endless auzanne of A. Mar 04, Wendy rated it it was ok Shelves: Really good stuff – a single title and a paranormal with an active character who is the ghost of the hero’s great grandfather.
Angela Brockmsnn did a fine job, but she couldn’t have read Jamie’s first person sections convincingly, and switching back and forth between the two readers was jarring. Brockmann delves infamoua the issues our vets are dealing with and rather than sensationalize it into a vehicle for the story, it is woven into the very fabric of the story s OMG! The great-grandson who happens to have a suuzanne of a lot of personal baggage–Gulf War vet suffering from PTS, a recovering alcoholic, his family and friends think he may be crazy by insisting that he can communicate with his long dead Gramps is on his way to the movie set in Arizona to see if he can get his great-grandfather’s story told and put an end to lawman Silas Quinn’s ‘legend’.
Aug 26, Ana rated it did not like it Shelves: She is determined, however, not to fall in love with him because of his past. The day after I received it, I sold it back to Amazon because it was just that bad.
He hires Allison to be his hrockmann advisor for the movie. There’s another occurrence or three in the book, and again, it doesn’t have to be cut out, just make it flow more with the normal conversation, that’s all I’m asking. It is actually very interesting how Suz tied actual historical accounts from the ghost and his past love through her diary. The obvious person to help is Alison, the historical consultant for the movie. Unable to ignore ghosts from the past that refuse to stay buried, A.
The last pages flowed well and the action kept me interested. Heroine is a historical consultant who wrote a book on the protagonist of a movie being made about a supposed classic historical “good guy marshal” who killed the bad guy who had kidnapped jnfamous murdered the Marshal’s wife. The character of A. My library Help Advanced Book Search. The twist is that A.
Unable to ignore ghosts from the past that refuse to stay buried, A. I’m actually pretty sad about that. Also, these comments were presented with the assumption that the author’s views on these issues are considered to be common sense and that any views to the contrary are not sensible and do not coincide with mainstream beliefs.
See my complete review at http: I would not recommend this book to a fan of Brockmann’s TDD or Troubleshooters or even other romance. Mistaking the good looking cowboy as an extra on the film, Alison scoffs when she discovers his true reason for seeking her out. Do you believe it yourself? Suzanne Brockmann would normally receive a higher rating, but there brockamnn just too many times in the first half of the book where the temptation to set it down was strong.
It was a nice mixture of contemporary romance, romantic suspense, humor, a ghost, and a few historical tidbits. He takes us on meandering journeys through his history with Melody, he catches us brokcmann on his family’s past, and he still manages to keep everything rolling along for Alison and AJ. Really, the only thing I didn’t like about this was the obvious pro-gay sentiments sprinkled too heavily into normal conversation for me. All I can’t thinking while reading this book was This book was a bit of a departure.
Seriously, Suz absolutely rocks!!
A movie is in production regarding Quinn and his broc,mann, and A. It was sweet, funny, suspensful and a very fast read. Georganna on August 27, at 9: Brockmann has garnered the attention of magazines such as Out and Bay Windows both of which serve the gay communitydue to a subplot dealing with the romance of an openly gay character in her Troubleshooters, Inc.
I didn’t miss them. I thought that the story itself was beautiful and could have had it’s own book.
Hang on dear reader, things aren’t so simple. Nor did she expect that a tall stranger in a cowboy hat would turn the movie — and her world — completely upside down. Also, these comments were presente I love Suzanne Suzanne Brockmann’s writing. This book has a similar feel to Heartthrob and to the Unsung Hero and if you enjoyed those, I think you’ll like this, unless you are allergic to ghosts. Meanwhile, a number of bad guys are doing bad guy stuff, for some neurotic reason of their own — i.
Jul 27, Jeri rated it really liked it Shelves: How often have you heard about fairy tales or legends and ever thought to question if it was right?