The Mountains Wild: A Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$27.99  $25.75
Publisher
Minotaur Books
Publish Date
June 23, 2020
Pages
416
Dimensions
6.2 X 9.4 X 1.6 inches | 1.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250256430

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About the Author

SARAH STEWART TAYLOR is the author of the Sweeney St. George series and the Maggie D'arcy series. Taylor grew up on Long Island in New York, was educated at Middlebury College in Vermont and Trinity College in Dublin, and she lived in Dublin, Ireland in the mid-90s. She now lives with her family on a farm in Vermont where they raise sheep and grow blueberries.

Reviews

Advance Praise for The Mountains Wild

"Taylor's affection for Irish geography, history, and culture suffuses the tale, adding texture and atmosphere. Fans of Elizabeth George should take note." -- Publishers Weekly

Lyrical, moody, THE MOUNTAINS WILD unfolds like an Irish ballad, at turns stirring, tender and tragic. Sarah Stewart Taylor has written a book as much about the mysteries of the human heart as the questions surrounding the long-missing woman at the silent center of the tale. A triumphant return to the genre. -- New York Times bestselling author Julia Spencer Fleming

Atmospheric and lyrical, THE MOUNTAINS WILD is that rare thing -- a riveting thriller with a beating heart. In this beautifully wrought portrait of love and family, secrets and lies, Sarah Stewart Taylor dives deep into character, all the while ratcheting up the suspense, page by gripping page, through to the stunning end. -- New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger

A tale of suspense, gorgeously told, eerily atmospheric, set in an Ireland so vivid you can smell the peat smoke. Not to be missed." -- International bestselling author Michele Campbell

The Mountains Wild has all the ingredients you'd want in a tasty thriller -- twisted plots, uncertainty about who to trust, dogged investigators and a gripping climax -- but it also has two extra spices. First, the setting of Ireland is so vivid and precise, you can practically taste the pints and smell the peat fires. Second, this novel has incredible tenderness and emotional accuracy. This is a thriller with a big heart. -- Stephen P. Kiernan