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The Ripple Effect

1.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Paperback, 166 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Dorrance Pub Co
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Oct 23, 2011 rated it it was ok
The Ripple Effect takes place in a small town in Georgia. Sheriff Harding Williams is informed that there is a suspicious looking car by one of the local teens hangout, the brook. The sheriff makes his way over to the brook to discover two bloody bodies in the car. After he takes a closer look at the male occupant, he realizes that it is a famous NBA player who was at one time the towns start basketball player. The other victim was a female basketball player for the WNBA.

Sheriff Williams and lo
Cordelia Whitfield
Aug 22, 2011 rated it it was ok

Two young basketball stars are found dead in a small town. One of the persons turns out to have been from the small town. The deaths are ruled a murder-suicide, and accepted by most. Two people in the town however aren't so sure. Sheriff Harding Williams and local reporter Bradley Gifford feel perhaps it was instead a double murder. The bond between these two characters, with its foundation in the past, grows and deepens as they slowly piece together what led to the deaths of these two young sta
Don Fleury
Jan 07, 2010 rated it did not like it
The reading of The Ripple Effect is like watching an old rerun of In The Heat of The Night. The characters, dialogue and story line are very 60ish. The author does not set a time line for the story but he creates the tone with his descriptions and the tone he sets. The story line is not complex and the reader is easily lead to a quick conclusion. The anti big business attitude of the small town sheriff and the town reporter coupled with the author attempt to create a relationship between the two ...more
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