Mine by Robert R. McCammon

Mine

Adrift in the 1980s and slowly losing her mind, a heavily armed former '60s radical kidnaps a baby with the hope, deluded as it may be, of returning her life to simpler times. The child's mother, though, isn't about to take it lying down and, along with a tracker, begins a cross-country chase to get her child back....

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Mine Reviews

  • Loosechanj
    Holky fuck, that was a ride. I just finished the last 200+ pages in one marathon 3 hour sitting.One night after we'd got done doing the floors of the grocery store, and hanging out in the parking lot getting smashed, one of the managers was telling us about this book his brother had given to him. He...
  • William
    This is a horrifying book. First, imagine your child stolen from a hospital. Then imagine your child stolen by a homicidal madman. This is the situation that "Laura", the mother of "David" finds herself in. The book starts off with a bang. Enough so that I was unsure if I was going to be able to con...
  • Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder*
    “Rain fell on the roofs of the just and the unjust, the saints and the sinners, those who knew peace and those in torment, and tomorrow began at a dark hour.” I had mixed feelings about this one. Since it was a Robert McCammon, it was written well, and the story leads the reader through a ...
  • P.Q. Glisson
    I read this book years ago and it enters my thoughts, unbidden, to this day. McCammon takes you into the mind of a psychopath unlike any you have ever encountered. You will be glued to the pages until the very end. It's just another masterpiece by a wonderful but underrated author. Anything by this ...
  • Adam Light
    I've read most of McCammon's books published in the 80's and early 90's, and this one was so damn good it gives Swan Song a run for it's money. This book was so intracately plotted, detailed, carefully drawn, that I forgot I was reading. It was as if the author was speaking the story straight into m...
  • Zoeytron
    Flash forward from the 1960’s to the 1980’s. Gone are the days of hoping to change the world with love-ins and by wearing flowers in your hair. Head shops, roach clips, bongs, lava lamps, black light posters, Woodstock - all more or less fallen by the wayside. For Mary Terror, former membe...
  • Paul Nash
    What a great, fast paced, rush of horror and suspense! This book was non-stop, with never a dull moment or a boring page.For all you Mothers out there, what lengths would you go to if your 2 day old new born was stolen from you at the hospital by a maniacal, amazon of a woman named Mary Terror. Read...
  • Titas (I read in bed)
    Don't tempt a mother!Mine is a story of two mothers, Laura and Mary. Laura is a successful journalist whose last hope of happiness is her new born son David and Mary is a survivor of the radical 1960s who still haven't let go of the hallucinatory world of memories, guns, and above all, murderous rag...
  • Patrick Kiernan
    From start to finish this was fast paced, for a nearly 500 page book it kept my attention the whole way through. I think I've found an author I'm going to like....

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