THE ELEVATOR
by Angela Hunt

July 2007
ISBN: 978-0-373-78578-0
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Trade Paperback
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A hurricane is on the verge of pounding the coast of Florida. Three women find themselves trapped in an elevator…


Gina Rossman is on her way to see her cheating husband. She left their three children at home, sleeping. She has a gun in her pocket and a plan. No one will find her husband’s body until long after the hurricane is over, and then they’ll think looters shot him. It’s the perfect plan.


Michelle Tilson is a self-made success story. She’s just found out she’s pregnant and is anxious to share the news with her lover. She’s certain he’ll want to commit to her now and raise their child together.


Isabel Suarez is the cleaning lady in charge of cleaning the offices. Her husband begged her not to go to work but she figured she get the office suites cleaned and be home before the hurricane hit. She holds the darkest secret of all.


The Elevator is another page turning thriller by prolific author, Angela Hunt. She knows how to hold the readers interest and how to keep the pages turning. I held my breath as these three ladies found themselves caught in the elevator together, and as they went from barely nodding acquaintances to talking freely with each other.


While being a good read, I really didn’t see much point to the story. There isn’t much of a faith message. But Ms. Hunt does hold the readers interest and it is good for a few hours escape from the real world.


Reviewed in June 2007 by Laura.

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