Hide Away eBook Á Kindle Edition

Hide Away eBook Á Kindle Edition
  • Kindle Edition
  • 365 pages
  • Hide Away
  • Jason Pinter
  • English
  • 10 July 2019

Hide Away❮Ebook❯ ➩ Hide Away Author Jason Pinter – Essayreview.co.uk From the bestselling author of the Henry Parker series comes a page turning thriller about a vigilante who s desperate to protect her secrets and bring a killer to justice On the surface, Rachel Marin From the bestselling author of the Henry Parker series comes a page turning thriller about a vigilante who s desperate to protect her secrets and bring a killer to justice On the surface, Rachel Marin is an ordinary single mother on the inside, she s a fierce, brilliant vigilante After an unspeakable crime shatters her life, she changes her identity and moves to a small town in Illinois, hoping to spare her children from further trauma or worse But crime follows her everywhereWhen the former mayor winds up dead, Rachel can t help but get involved Where local detectives see suicide, she sees murder They resent her for butting in especially since she s always one step ahead But her investigative genius may be her undoing the deeper she digs, the harder it is to keep her own secrets buriedHer persistence makes her the target of both the cops and a killer Meanwhile, the terrifying truth about her past threatens to come to light, and Rachel learns the hard way that she can t trust anyone Surrounded by danger, she must keep her steely resolve, protect her family, and stay one step ahead, or else she may become the next victim.


About the Author: Jason Pinter

Jason Pinter is the bestselling author of HIDE AWAY, the first Rachel Marin novel, as well as six other novels the acclaimed Henry Parker series The Mark, The Guilty, The Stolen, The Fury, and The Darkness , the stand alone thriller The Castle, as well as the middle grade adventure novel Zeke Bartholomew SuperSpy, and the children s book Miracle His books have over one million copies in print worldwide and have been optioned for film He has been nominated for numerous awards, including the Thriller Award, Strand Critics Award, Barry Award, and Shamus Award, and Pinter is the founder of Polis Books, an independent press, and was honored by Publishers Weekly s Star Watch, which recognizes young publishing professionals who have distinguished themselves as future leaders of the industry He has written for the New Republic, Entrepreneur, the Daily Beast, Esquire, andHe lives in Hoboken, New Jersey, with his wife and their two daughters Visit him at JasonPinter, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram JasonPinter.


10 thoughts on “Hide Away

  1. says:

    Q What do you have against the police The same thing I have against genital herpes c Q You re totally unhinged, Ms Marin I never claimed to be fully hinged c Q Let me ask you a question, Ms Marin Do you go looking for trouble on a daily basis c The Sherlock vibe is a bit hard to miss A good thing that I liked ACD when I was a kid Wackadoo.Q You need my money like I need a submarine c Q Sometimes behind the kindest eyes lay the darkest hearts c Q Life would suc Q What do you have against the police The same thing I have against genital herpes c Q You re totally unhinged, Ms Marin I never claimed to be fully hinged c Q Let me ask you a question, Ms Marin Do you go looking for trouble on a daily basis c The Sherlock vibe is a bit hard to miss A good thing that I liked ACD when I was a kid Wackadoo.Q You need my money like I need a submarine c Q Sometimes behind the kindest eyes lay the darkest hearts c Q Life would suck if you were an orc, said Serrano You re born ugly You grow up ugly There are a billion of you, and you re all ugly Has there ever been an attractive orc Like, has a boy orc ever looked at a girl orc and said, Whoa, that is one fine looking orc lady Makes you thankful, doesn t it We re pretty lucky to be human We could have been born orcs You have problems, John Deep seated problems You should see a therapist about this goblin stuff c Whoa.Q Your daughter is quite the conversationalist Your son, well, let s just say I ve had better conversations with my shoe c Q He was as relaxed as a guy who d just been pulled over by a SWAT team c

  2. says:

    Rachel Marin may look like a quiet mom, but she s fierce and on the hunt to make things right She is a victim of a horrible crime, which leads her to change her name and move to a small town She s trying her best to protect her children.The former mayor of her new town is found dead, and Rachel gets involved to help She sees a murder where the cause of death was ruled a suicide The police resent her involvement, mostly because she tends to be right.These actions put her in the crosshairs of Rachel Marin may look like a quiet mom, but she s fierce and on the hunt to make things right She is a victim of a horrible crime, which leads her to change her name and move to a small town She s trying her best to protect her children.The former mayor of her new town is found dead, and Rachel gets involved to help She sees a murder where the cause of death was ruled a suicide The police resent her involvement, mostly because she tends to be right.These actions put her in the crosshairs of a killer and the police at the same time Rachel is in danger, and now she must use her scruples to get out of it and keep her family safe.Hide Away was so much fun Rachel is a character you can t help but love She kicks it and takes names later I was impressed with the pacing, and I was kept entertained throughout.Overall, Hide Away is a brilliant start to an exciting new series with a refreshing female lead I m all in.I received a gifted copy All opinions are my own.Many of my reviews can also be found on my blog www.jennifertarheelreader.com and instagram www.instagram.com tarheelreader

  3. says:

    Hide Away is probably the bestPrime First Read choice I ve ever made It was an easy decision, because I ve read previous books by Jason Pinter and enjoyed them.This is his best book yet It s full of action, the mystery is excellent, and it s well written But it s primarily a character driven tale There are no cardboard characters or stereotypes here The protagonist, Rachel Marin, is unique I ve never come across a heroine quite like her before.I especially liked the interaction bet Hide Away is probably the bestPrime First Read choice I ve ever made It was an easy decision, because I ve read previous books by Jason Pinter and enjoyed them.This is his best book yet It s full of action, the mystery is excellent, and it s well written But it s primarily a character driven tale There are no cardboard characters or stereotypes here The protagonist, Rachel Marin, is unique I ve never come across a heroine quite like her before.I especially liked the interaction between the kids and the police detectives, especially Serrano, which includes many references to Lord of the Rings I just happened to be listening to the audiobook of The Two Towers when I started reading this I guess you could call that synchronicity Anyway, Tolkien fans will get extra enjoyment from this book

  4. says:

    Rachel Marin is a single mom with children Eric and Megan who is trying to escape her past and make a new start in Ashby, Illinois When the disgraced former Mayor s body is found laying on top of a frozen river, appearing to be suicide, Rachel knows that it was murder.What follows is a fast paced thriller where Rachel puts her life on the line to find out the truth, much to the ire of Detectives Serrano and Talley The detectives can t figure why Rachel is so dogged in her pursuit of justice fo Rachel Marin is a single mom with children Eric and Megan who is trying to escape her past and make a new start in Ashby, Illinois When the disgraced former Mayor s body is found laying on top of a frozen river, appearing to be suicide, Rachel knows that it was murder.What follows is a fast paced thriller where Rachel puts her life on the line to find out the truth, much to the ire of Detectives Serrano and Talley The detectives can t figure why Rachel is so dogged in her pursuit of justice for Constance and begin to suspect she has a part to play The story is told through the POV of both Rachel and the detectives Rachel s story is told through two timelines, the present and the events leading up to what caused her to flee from where she originally lived in Connecticut The changing of the POV and different timelines is seamless and very well done I like how we get to know Rachel over time and how events in her backstory coincide with her actions in the present The chemistry between Rachel and her children as well as Rachel and Serrano and Serrano and Talley feel realistic and not forced The plot to me wasn t predictable, although like most thrillers, suspension of belief is necessary Overall a fun read that I would recommend Thank you to NetGalley, the author, and publisher Thomas and Mercer for providing me with a digital copy in exchange for my honest review

  5. says:

    Check out all of my reviews at AWAY Rachel Marin Thriller Book 1 by Jason Pinter is the start of a new thriller series featuring a single mother turned vigilante that had me so engrossed I could not put it down Rachel Marin is a compelling new main character and I cannot wait forbooks in this series After an unspeakable crime shatters a mother and her small children s lives, she changes their identities and moves from the east coast to a small tow Check out all of my reviews at AWAY Rachel Marin Thriller Book 1 by Jason Pinter is the start of a new thriller series featuring a single mother turned vigilante that had me so engrossed I could not put it down Rachel Marin is a compelling new main character and I cannot wait forbooks in this series After an unspeakable crime shatters a mother and her small children s lives, she changes their identities and moves from the east coast to a small town in Illinois Rachel Marin emerges from this tragedy changed not only emotionally, but physically She vows that she will always be able to protect her children in the future.The disgraced former mayor of Rachel s town is dead To all the first responders it appears to be a tragic suicide, but not to Rachel when she sees the pictures from the scene on the news The former mayor was kind to Rachel when she first moved to town and she will not let authorities believe this was anything but a murder that needs to be solved.Rachel inserts herself into the investigation because she has reason to distrust law enforcement, much to Sergeant Seranno and Tally s displeasure She finds herself in the crosshairs of the police as well as a killer This is an amazing new female kick butt character to love How she transformed her body and brain to protect her children was fierce Even as she works to find justice for others, she has to find her own equilibrium between blind anger, true justice and the emotional fall out on her children The plot is intricate and intense even as flashbacks pop up to show how Rachel became the woman she is in the present I highly recommend this fast paced, edge of your seat thriller with a strong female protagonist

  6. says:

    There s been a theme in many thrillers over the past few years especially if the main character is a woman where she s delusional and helpless and frankly, I m beyond sick of reading books with these pathetic women This book had none of that nonsense, Rachel is the polar opposite of a weak woman, she s the kind of kickass character that you can not only root for, you can respect her and I couldn t get enough of her sheer grit and determination.I was pleasantly surprised that a big aspect of t There s been a theme in many thrillers over the past few years especially if the main character is a woman where she s delusional and helpless and frankly, I m beyond sick of reading books with these pathetic women This book had none of that nonsense, Rachel is the polar opposite of a weak woman, she s the kind of kickass character that you can not only root for, you can respect her and I couldn t get enough of her sheer grit and determination.I was pleasantly surprised that a big aspect of this book focused on police procedure but it was coupled with Rachel s own story and it was revealed slowly via flashbacks, you know something awful happened but getting to the what takes some time It build up suspense slowly with that storyline but the other plot line in contradiction was fast paced making for a really engrossing read Basically if you like domestic suspense AND a police procedural you ll like this because you get a little bit of both worlds A super solid start to a new series and finally, a heroine I can enjoy

  7. says:

    The first few chapters were confusing But then, the story exploded and moved at rocket pace to the surprising end Every character was well developed I look forward to other books in this series.

  8. says:

    A pretty readable thriller that falls apart once you start thinking about it.The plot was decent but the reveals were very anticlimactic and many decisions made by characters were unbelievable I was disappointed to read how the bad guy just confessed everything to the protagonist before trying to kill her, I thought we were past that cliche My biggest problem was not being able to connect or even like the main character Rachel She was not a good person She constantly said her children were he A pretty readable thriller that falls apart once you start thinking about it.The plot was decent but the reveals were very anticlimactic and many decisions made by characters were unbelievable I was disappointed to read how the bad guy just confessed everything to the protagonist before trying to kill her, I thought we were past that cliche My biggest problem was not being able to connect or even like the main character Rachel She was not a good person She constantly said her children were her whole world yet she continued to put them in danger and almost got them killed or orphaned several times She was rude, trying to be witty but actually being annoying, made cringy statements left and right She was also inhumanly strong and smart I can t believe that she became a genius just by reading books for several years She was instantly able to name every gun she saw which is realistic because I always see my husband do that But she also managed to name the exact model of a gun just by the sound of it firing This is just not possible The author went too far with her character and made her completely unrelatable.Thanks to Netgalley and ThomasMercer for this eARC

  9. says:

    Originally published on The Nerd Daily Review by Marla WarrenJason Pinter brings us a new hero in the form of Rachel Marin and she is a powerhouse just like his new thriller, Hide Away From victim to vigilante, Hide Away takes the reader on a deep dive into the world of Rachel Marin, and it is deep indeed Using flashbacks and slowly filling in the gaps as he goes, Pinter has written an engrossing thriller that is incredibly hard to put down.The book opens with Rachel making dinner for her Originally published on The Nerd Daily Review by Marla WarrenJason Pinter brings us a new hero in the form of Rachel Marin and she is a powerhouse just like his new thriller, Hide Away From victim to vigilante, Hide Away takes the reader on a deep dive into the world of Rachel Marin, and it is deep indeed Using flashbacks and slowly filling in the gaps as he goes, Pinter has written an engrossing thriller that is incredibly hard to put down.The book opens with Rachel making dinner for her family, living a life where her primary concern is potentially burning a casserole But everything changes in the blink of an eye when a terrible crime rips their world apart.We immediately skip forward 7 years to the current storyline and we can tell right away that this Rachel is an entirely different person She has changed herself inside and out, in every possible way a new identity, new mindset, new physical abilities, andShe has set her mind to the ideas that she will always protect her two children, and that she will never EVER be a victim again.But even in this new town, crime seems to find Rachel When a body is found at the base of a bridge, on a frozen river, Rachel realises that without her this case might not be solved Inserting herself into the investigation doesn t sit well with some of the officers on the case, leading to a tumultuous partnership competition adversarial setting Sometimes helpful, sometimes overstepping boundaries, Rachel is eventually made to realise that she is putting her children in danger the one thing she swore she would never do.But by this point, Rachel has sunk her teeth into a target She remembers times where she let go, with terrible consequences This time she is determined to keep going until the killer is found and apprehended She has seen too many criminals victimise too many people, and she is determined that, at least in this case, she is going to see that this killer will never hurt anyone else.Early on, Rachel comes across as a little bit over the top She seems a little too able to do absolutely everything, bordering into Batman territory But as you get flashbacks about what she has done and how hard she has worked to get to this point, you can t help but get behind her 100 percent She isn t perfect, she is very human, and extremely well written.The non linear timeline might be frustrating for some readers even though it s one of my favourite storytelling devices as there are quite a few events referred to in the book that the reader has to wait quite a bit for their reveal But the reveals do come, and they are always worth the wait.Hide Away is certainly a thrill ride, but it is also a story about overcoming victimhood, maintaining family bonds, growing stronger, and learning who and when to trust Pinter has created a heroine who is mentally and physically capable of holding her own against just about anyone, and I am here for it

  10. says:

    I selected Hide Away as myFirst Reads selection, but to be honest I wasn t 100% drawn to any of the options this month and almost didn t select one Ultimately, I liked the idea of a police procedural type of mystery and chose this one.My ultimate fear was that the story would drag or that I would feel obligated to finish a book that didn t really interest me Thankfully, this wasn t the case I found myself so entranced by it that I would mean to read only a chapter and then several cha I selected Hide Away as myFirst Reads selection, but to be honest I wasn t 100% drawn to any of the options this month and almost didn t select one Ultimately, I liked the idea of a police procedural type of mystery and chose this one.My ultimate fear was that the story would drag or that I would feel obligated to finish a book that didn t really interest me Thankfully, this wasn t the case I found myself so entranced by it that I would mean to read only a chapter and then several chapters later look up to realize what I had done At one time I was so engrossed in the book that I discovered that I had completely missed the time I had planned to go to lunch.The story features a mother of two named Rachel Marin Due to an event that happens in the first chapter, she learns that the police and government institutions can let you down and makes her a bit jaded Afterwards, she refuses to ever be helpless again and learns how to protect her and her family all the while studying to become familiar with forensic and investigative processes When a body is discovered on the frozen river in Ashby, Illinois it immediately gives the impression it is a suicide However, using the knowledge she has gained, Rachel is able to quickly determine that it is not suicide and anonymously calls the police with the precise detailed reason why it is instead a homicide allowing her and the two main detectives in the story Detectives Tally and Serrano to meet and begin interacting.Time and time again Rachel involves herself in the murder investigation getting her into various types of situations as well as frustrating the police many times over The two detectives in the book are both capable with unique stories of their own and even though Rachel tries their patiencethan once the three of them sort of work very well together as much as can be expected with a civilian putting themselves into an official investigation Overall, I found the storytelling very engaging and enjoyable It wasn t over the top as I have found other thrillers sometimes can be, although I did think Rachel had a lotskill and knowledge than a typical person might have I enjoyed the detectiving part, but what truly sold it for me was how the two children and the detectives interactions were woven together creating what I felt was a very cohesive narrative

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