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Fogland Point

Burgess, Douglas R. Jr

Fogland Point

by Burgess, Douglas R. Jr

  • 244 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Murder,
  • Investigation,
  • Missing persons,
  • Police chiefs,
  • Grandmothers,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDoug Burgess
    The Physical Object
    Pagination277 pages
    Number of Pages277
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26974158M
    ISBN 101464210225, 1464210241
    ISBN 109781464210228, 9781464210242
    LC Control Number2018930802
    OCLC/WorldCa1048258754

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    FOGLAND POINT by Doug Burgess Poisoned Pen Press, August pages $ ISBN:   fogland point by Doug Burgess "Readers who can accept the wildly improbable explanation behind the carnival of crime in Little Compton will find Burgess' debut strongly evocative of a distinctive place, presented in a compelling first-person voice .

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Fogland Point is an interesting book, both in plot and characters, but the quality of the writing pales besides the craft of Ms. McTiernan.

Fogland Point has some wild characters, and a few mysteries to solve. The dialogue is good, /5. "Fogland Point is first-class fiction, a multilayered and original mystery underscored by fine writing, fully developed characters, and a wonderful sense of place.

Doug Burgess writes with humor and poignancy while creating an eerie, atmospheric tale that Fogland Point book sure to please."/5(18). “Fogland Point is a unique, surprising, moving, occasionally hilarious, and entirely marvelous book about the complicated mysteries that lie at the heart of all families—although the Hazard family is definitely more complicated and mysterious and interesting than most.” —Nick Petrie, author of Light It Up, the latest of the award-winning Peter Ash thrillers “Elegant prose, a.

"Fogland Point is a unique, surprising, moving, occasionally hilarious, and entirely marvelous book about the complicated mysteries that lie at the heart of all families - although the Hazard family is definitely more complicated and mysterious and interesting than most."/5(18).

" Fogland Point is first-class fiction, a multilayered and original mystery underscored by fine writing, fully developed characters, and a wonderful sense of place.

Doug Burgess writes with humor and poignancy while creating an eerie, atmospheric tale that is sure to please."Brand: Sourcebooks. "FOGLAND POINT, Doug Burgess’ impressive debut novel, has a giant heart, made more wonderful with the feeling of small-town charm.

But it’s the characters who will pull you in." At the funeral, David and his aunts, who still live in Little Compton, Fogland Point book an unfamiliar couple attending the service. Armstrong House sits on Fogland Point, overlooking Narragansett Bay. It’s the spooky old place that David Hazard remembers as the scariest spot to hang around on Halloween.

The mansion has fallen into disrepair now, but David still thinks of it as super creepy. He grew up in Little Compton, a small town where nothing happens.3/4(5). Fogland Point Doug Burgess. Poisoned Pen, $ (p) ISBN Buy this book.

According to history professor David Hazard, the sly narrator of Burgess’s masterly first novel. "Fogland Point is a unique, surprising, moving, occasionally hilarious, and entirely marvelous book about the complicated mysteries that lie at the heart of all families - although the Hazard family is definitely more complicated and mysterious and interesting than most.".

FOGLAND POINT. by Doug Burgess. BUY NOW FROM Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1st, More Fiction & Literature > Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Sometimes, taking a risk on a new author and their first novel can work out to be a lovely surprise.

Reading Fogland Point by Doug Burgess is a case in point. Little Compton, a tiny town east of pretty much everything on the North Eastern Atlantic coast of America, is steeped in history in all its forms, but nothing happens there.

The shops and businesses encircle the town’s graveyard which. "Fogland Point is a unique, surprising, moving, occasionally hilarious, and entirely marvelous book about the complicated mysteries that lie at the heart of all families - although the Hazard family is definitely more complicated and mysterious and interesting than most.".

FOGLAND POINT. Doug Burgess. Novel. Once Chief of Police Billy Dyer names David Hazard's grandmother as a witness to a murder next door, Grandma Maggie's recollections become vital. But can they be trusted, especially in a small town like Little Compton where everyone has a secret, including her grandson David himself?.

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"Fogland Point is a unique, surprising, moving, occasionally hilarious, and entirely marvelous book about the complicated mysteries that lie at the heart of all families - although the Hazard family is definitely more complicated and mysterious and interesting than most."--Nick Petrie, author of Light It Up, the latest of the award-winning Peter Ash thrillersDavid Hazard wanted nothing more.

House, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 5) - $ avg/night - Tiverton - Amenities include: Internet, Fireplace, TV, Washer & Dryer, Children Welcome, Parking, No Smoking, Heater Bedrooms: 3 Sleeps: 5 Minimum stay from 7 night(s) Bookable directly online - Book vacation rental with Vrbo.5/5(12). Fogland Point (Book): Burgess, Douglas R.: "David Hazard wanted nothing more than to forget his renegade family and the foggy New England village 'on the wrong side' of Narragansett Bay where he grew up.

When sudden tragedy brings him back to Little Compton to care for his grandmother during her struggle with dementia, he discovers her fragile memories may hold the key to a bizarre mystery.

Get this from a library. Fogland Point. [Douglas R Burgess, Jr.] -- David Hazard wanted nothing more than to forget his renegade family and the foggy New England village "on the wrong side" of Narragansett Bay where he grew up.

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The secrets of Fogland Point are about to be brought to light. I picked up this book on a whim, and once I started reading, I was hooked. The evocative setting with its deep family roots screams New England, and every renegade character was better than the last.

Armstrong House sits on Fogland Point, overlooking Narragansett Bay. It’s the spooky old place that David Hazard remembers as the scariest spot to hang around on Halloween.

The mansion has fallen into disrepair now, but David still thinks of it as super creepy. He grew up in Little Compton, a small town where nothing happens. Ep. Doug Burgess, Author of Fogland Point Decem Novem Posted in Books for Adults, Podcast, Read Aloud This week, Doug Burgess joins me on the podcast to discuss his book, Fogland Book.The NOOK Book (eBook) of the FOGLAND: Mistview Point by Kelly Ferguson at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. The unknown cause of the fog that blankets Fogland for over days per year is only one of the mysteries that surround this strange place.