Raven's Cove: An Alaska Iconoclast Mystery

Welcome to Ravens Cove, Alaska, a tiny town nestled in a small hollow on the majestic Cook Inlet A town familiar with storytelling after all, Alaska abounds in rich legends Unlike other tales, however, the account of Ravens Cove is not just based in fact It is fact Meet Josiah Williams, the peculiar stranger whose warning to lifetime residents Kat Tovslosky and her couWelcome to Ravens Cove, Alaska, a tiny town nestled in a small hollow on the majestic Cook Inlet A town familiar with storytelling after all, Alaska abounds in rich legends Unlike other tales, however, the account of Ravens Cove is not just based in fact It is fact Meet Josiah Williams, the peculiar stranger whose warning to lifetime residents Kat Tovslosky and her cousin, Sheriff Bart Andersen, raises questions than answers a man whose dark past and knowledge of the murders make him a suspect than an ally Join Kat and Bart as an unlikely troop forms including a very unwelcome FBI agent to discover the identity of a killer The unearthing of which will throw the reluctant warriors into a battle for their very lives and the lives of all who call Ravens Cove home.
Raven s Cove An Alaska Iconoclast Mystery Welcome to Ravens Cove Alaska a tiny town nestled in a small hollow on the majestic Cook Inlet A town familiar with storytelling after all Alaska abounds in rich legends Unlike other tales however

  • Title: Raven's Cove: An Alaska Iconoclast Mystery
  • Author: Mary Ann Poll
  • ISBN: 9781594331671
  • Page: 434
  • Format: ebook
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    About the Author

    Mary Ann Poll

    Mary Ann Poll moved to Alaska in 1972 and spent 25 years working in administration Writing in a technical capacity became an integral part of her profession When a severe injury impeded her ability to work, sheturned to creative writing.From an early age, the supernatural intriguedMary Ann Looking for answers and on a spiritual quest, she dabbled in many new age ideas In the end, though, she came to Christ.Her natural curiosity regarding the supernatural and her belief come together in her novel.Ravens Cove illustrates how easily we want to believe that something so bad for us is good for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light It is not surprising, then,if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness 2 Corinthians 11 14

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    • Arlena said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Author: Mary Ann PollPublished by: Publications ConsultantsAge Recommend: AdultReviewed By: Arlena DeanRaven Rating: 4Blog Review For: GMTAReview:"Raven Cove" By Mary Ann Poll was indeed a good supernatural action packed mystery. We are welcomed to a place called 'Ravons Cove, Alaska where you will find a town that us full of rich stories of the based on facts.of good vs. evil from the church.The Congregational Alliance Church trying to get rid of the Rev. Lucas.which was the Fundamentalist Chur [...]

    • Jeanne Grunert said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Great supernatural thriller with an intriguing plot. The villains were especially well portrayed, and the setting quite realistic.

    • Bonnye Matthews said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Great book

    • PeterYounghusband said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      This is the first novel I have read from Mary Ann Poll. I am so glad to have done so. Very pleased to have found this author.I love novels about spiritual warfare where this is dealt with using Biblical principles. I can say that Poll knows how to create this in a novel. From looking at her Bio, it is evident her past dabbling in New Age philosophies has given her an hands on perspective in relation to the demonic. Her later conversion to Christianity seems to have shown her the importance of po [...]

    • Jaymi said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Disclosure: I received a PDF ARC of this book from netgalley. I'm reviewing this book from the angle of one who loves to read urban fantasy and supernatural fiction. The back copy of this book intrigued me and I envisioned a book that blended urban fantasy with the legends of the native american tribes from Alaska. I've been to Anchorage, and Alaska is the perfect place to host a supernatural setting. This book is about a town that comes under attack from a group of demons. However, these are no [...]

    • March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      “Raven’s Cove” is an endearing cozy mystery wrapped in Supernatural horror and legend, set in contemporary South Central Alaska. Clearly delineated are the forces of good vs. evil, from the Congregational Alliance Church (which serves the dark side while disguising itself as of the Light), maneuvering to distract and destroy the young Reverend Lucas’ fundamentalist congregation; and the evil which has “resided” for centuries or perhaps millennia, deep in the locale known as “Raven [...]

    • Ionia said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      This book wasn't quite what I expected after reading the blurb, but it turned out to be an interesting read with quite lot of elements that made it worth the time. The paranormal abounds in this novel and there is no shortage of creepiness. This is a sort of cozy mystery book with a few good laughs along the way. The main characters make the book worth reading with plenty of fun banter between them. I thought the romance was a bit on the predictable side and there were some events that I saw com [...]

    • Majanka said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Book Review originally published here: iheartreading/mini-revRaven’s Cove wasn’t the intriguing blend of fantasy and supernatural mystery that I’d hoped. It wasn’t nearly as creepy as I thought, there were a lot of Christian themes, and it actually read more like a cozy mystery. Not too bad, but it definitely lacked suspense and creepiness. The villain isn’t defined well enough, and is rather bland, just your typical, standard bad demon that is inherently bland.

    • Melissa said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Once you get past the largely Christian feel of the book it actually does have potential. It did fall a little flat in some areas but for those that can keep an open mind, I would definitely recommend this read.

    • Leslie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      So many comments in the book are " True Alaska " - made it fun to read. Good story - but suggest that you get both books at the same time.e you will want to start right in on the 2nd one.

    • Bonnye Matthews said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      Great book!

    • Sherry said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      This book was good against evil rather than an Alaska legend that was a very minor part of the story. This would be a religious story for young people I believe.

    • Helen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 03:18 AM

      The blurb made it sound good. The first few pages were good. Then it just got a little too religious for my liking. Gave up at 39%

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