The Boy

The Boy

An unfathomable loss or an unthinkable crime? Number one New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag keeps you guessing in her most harrowing thriller yet. A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . . When Detective Nick Fourcade enters the home of Genevieve Gauthier outside the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux, Louisiana An unfathomable loss or an unthinkable crime? Number one New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag keeps you gu...

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Title:The Boy
Author:Tami Hoag
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Genres:Mystery
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The Boy Reviews

  • Bettynz
    Feb 11, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

    I wasn't sure I was enjoying this book, but towards the end it was riveting and shocking. I couldn't put it down. Apparently, it's the second book in the Broussard and Fourcade series. Somehow I missed the first book, A Thin Dark Line. A boy is the victim of a grisly murder. His mothe...

    Tami Hoag is one of my favorite psychological crime thriller writers. The Boy is another example of fine writing, terrific characters, suspense, red herrings and a surprise ending. Exactly why I read this genre. The Boy had me from the first page and honestly didn't let go until th...

    Worth the wait! So many layers, such a ride! ...

  • Tez
    Feb 07, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Dec 28, 2018

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

  • Marleen
    Jan 12, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

  • Barbara ★
    Feb 15, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

    I wasn't sure I was enjoying this book, but towards the end it was riveting and shocking. I couldn't put it down. Apparently, it's the second book in the Broussard and Fourcade series. Somehow I missed the first book, A Thin Dark Line. A boy is the victim of a grisly murder. His mothe...

    Tami Hoag is one of my favorite psychological crime thriller writers. The Boy is another example of fine writing, terrific characters, suspense, red herrings and a surprise ending. Exactly why I read this genre. The Boy had me from the first page and honestly didn't let go until th...

  • Valerie
    Jan 21, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

  • Misty
    Jan 30, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

  • Robin  Loves Reading
    Jan 06, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

    I wasn't sure I was enjoying this book, but towards the end it was riveting and shocking. I couldn't put it down. Apparently, it's the second book in the Broussard and Fourcade series. Somehow I missed the first book, A Thin Dark Line. A boy is the victim of a grisly murder. His mothe...

    Tami Hoag is one of my favorite psychological crime thriller writers. The Boy is another example of fine writing, terrific characters, suspense, red herrings and a surprise ending. Exactly why I read this genre. The Boy had me from the first page and honestly didn't let go until th...

    Worth the wait! So many layers, such a ride! ...

    This is Tami Hoag at her best! ...

    Hoag at her best. This is a super mystery. Fourcade and Broussard return, but The Boy can certainly be read as a stand alone. Annie and Nick are awoken in the middle of the night to be called to a homicide. It is the brutal stabbing of a young boy--KJ Gauthier. His mother, Genevieve...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at www.robinlovesreading.com. Detective Nick Fourcade received a very disturbing phone call. He was called to the scene of the tragic and brutal murder of seven-year-old KJ Gauthier. Although seriously injured and consequently hospitalized, Ge...

  • Debra
    Dec 21, 2018

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

  • Julie
    Feb 16, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

  • Patrice Hoffman
    Dec 23, 2018

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

  • ♥Rachel♥
    Jan 01, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

  • Jaclyn
    Dec 07, 2018

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

  • Donna Lewis
    Jan 20, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

  • Chris Conley
    Jan 16, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

  • Leanna Marie
    Jan 14, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

  • Carol
    Jan 24, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

  • Jen
    Dec 04, 2018

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

  • Linda
    Jan 22, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

  • Anita
    Nov 07, 2017

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

  • Shannon Dyer
    Jan 05, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

    I wasn't sure I was enjoying this book, but towards the end it was riveting and shocking. I couldn't put it down. Apparently, it's the second book in the Broussard and Fourcade series. Somehow I missed the first book, A Thin Dark Line. A boy is the victim of a grisly murder. His mothe...

    Tami Hoag is one of my favorite psychological crime thriller writers. The Boy is another example of fine writing, terrific characters, suspense, red herrings and a surprise ending. Exactly why I read this genre. The Boy had me from the first page and honestly didn't let go until th...

    Worth the wait! So many layers, such a ride! ...

    This is Tami Hoag at her best! ...

  • Melissa
    Jan 19, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

  • Tracie Gutknecht
    Jan 02, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

    I wasn't sure I was enjoying this book, but towards the end it was riveting and shocking. I couldn't put it down. Apparently, it's the second book in the Broussard and Fourcade series. Somehow I missed the first book, A Thin Dark Line. A boy is the victim of a grisly murder. His mothe...

    Tami Hoag is one of my favorite psychological crime thriller writers. The Boy is another example of fine writing, terrific characters, suspense, red herrings and a surprise ending. Exactly why I read this genre. The Boy had me from the first page and honestly didn't let go until th...

    Worth the wait! So many layers, such a ride! ...

    This is Tami Hoag at her best! ...

    Hoag at her best. This is a super mystery. Fourcade and Broussard return, but The Boy can certainly be read as a stand alone. Annie and Nick are awoken in the middle of the night to be called to a homicide. It is the brutal stabbing of a young boy--KJ Gauthier. His mother, Genevieve...

  • Natalie Mullan
    Feb 03, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

  • Amy-GallivantingPages
    Jan 03, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

  • Darlene
    Jan 21, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

  • Donna
    Jan 31, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

  • Cathy
    Feb 02, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...

    3.5 stars Tami Hoag's The Boy is the second in a series featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard. I haven't read the first in the series, but it wasn't necessary as the book works as a standalone. A murdered child, a severely injured and grieving mother, a missing twelve-yea...

    The latest Tami Hoag mystery featuring Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard (two married detectives in Louisiana and serving in a small parish) is really quite a story. It starts with the injured mother, Genevieve Gauthier, running down the rural road where she lives for help, pounding on...

    I had been waiting so long for this book to come out, finally I got it. When I first started reading it I was a bit disappointed, feeling it wasn?t meeting up to my expectations, thankfully I was wrong. The Boy has so much going on it, the murder of a child, disappearance of another ...

    I wasn't sure I was enjoying this book, but towards the end it was riveting and shocking. I couldn't put it down. Apparently, it's the second book in the Broussard and Fourcade series. Somehow I missed the first book, A Thin Dark Line. A boy is the victim of a grisly murder. His mothe...

  • Kathleen
    Feb 09, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

  • Barb
    Jan 08, 2019

    3.5 stars A panic-stricken woman runs in the dead of night, battered and bloodied, desperate to find help. . . The Boy is the second book in the Brousssard and Fourcade series but worked very well as a stand-alone novel for me. Nick Fourcade and his wife, Annie Broussard are both...

    The Boy by Tami Hoag is a 2018 Dutton publication. Wow! This is one of Hoag?s best and I?ve read many of her books over the years!! When a young single mother is the victim of a late night home invasion which leaves her hospitalized, and her young son dead, Broussard and Fou...

    " If one of the people in this night's story had turned left instead of right at some point in time, their paths might never have crossed, and KJ and Genevieve Gauthier would be home, asleep, and in safe beds." Ain't that the almighty truth? When we are at the receiving end of someo...

    A seven-year-old boy is brutally murdered, while his mother escapes injured and bloodied. As disturbing and puzzling facts come to light it?s up to Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard sort them out, find the killer and bring him to justice. Solving the case is made more diff...

    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review. I can hardly wait! I love a good bayou mystery and Tami Hoag is really good at making the essence of that area come alive. The first Broussard and Fourcade book w...

    *** 3.5 - 4 stars *** Publication date: December 31, 2018. This is book #2 in the Broussard and Fourcade series by Tami Hoag. This was my first read by Tami Hoag and I felt this read well as a standalone. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard are married and detectives working in Louis...

    Tami Hoag has been a favorite author of mine for so long. Her mystery thrillers are always fast paced, engaging, and captivating and The Boy is no different. Detective Nick Fourcade is called in to the devastating crime scene where a young boy was murdered, where his mother narrowly es...

    The Boy, a mystery/suspense novel, is the second in the Broussard and Fourcade series by author Tami Hoag. As a rule, I tend to shy away from books that are part of a same-character series, as I always feel a step behind if I pick up in the middle. Here, however, Hoag has written a hau...

    I credit Tami Hoag with getting my interested in the romance genre. Her romantic suspense novels got me into the genre during high school, and A Thin Dark Line was one of my favourites. I was completely surprised to see the author return to these characters so long after the first book...

    Hoag revisits the sleepy town of Bayou Breaux in Louisiana with her second offering in the Nick Fourcade-Annie Broussard detective series. Narrator Hillary Huber does an excellent job immersing the reader in the region?s rich Louisiana accents?even including a smattering of pure Fr...

    The Boy is the very first book I've read by Tamo Hoag, but I've been wanting to read her books for a while now. I was pleased to find out that I actually own the first book in this series, A Thin Dark Line, and I hope to find to read it someday. The Boy is the tragic story about a ...

    The 2-star rating is more about how little I personally appreciated this book then the reflection on its writing or its storytelling. Honestly, this was a downer story, making me feel gloomy all through the book. What it boils down to is young teenagers being bullied and being misunder...

    This is NOT an easy story. It deals with the dark side of human nature and how the face a person shows the public does not always match the one behind closed doors. Murder, abuse, rape, assault, abuse of power, attempted suicide, attempted murder, skeevy landlords and their hidden came...

    Absolutely fantastic. A brilliant character-driven psychological crime thriller that is highly complex and so full of unexpected twists and turns, I couldn?t put it down. The sheer depth of how strongly I felt about the characters is indescribable and Hoag has done a sensational job ...

    Wow, a real Bayou thriller with a great married detective couple faced with solving the murder of a seven-year-old child. As the case progresses, there are missing children, bullying, child abuse, all leading to a complex case fraught with danger. Tami Hoag books never disappoint. This...

    I have read Tami Hoag's work for many years and always enjoyed them. Her latest...The Boy was no exception. This author has the ability to take the reader out of their favorite armchair and place them right into the story. Her two lead characters of Nick and Annie are very strong and e...

    I have never read Tami Hoag before, and boy was that a mistake! I love her Karin Slaughter-feeling that she writes with. I'm generally not one for "detective novels", but some do get me, and this one just jumps out and grabs you on every single page. Her character development is fa...

    Tami Hoag has the astounding gift of creating a story with both devastating elements that also gives hope. This is one of those stories. ...

    Chapter One starts out with a bang as a woman covered in blood stumbles down the road in the middle of the night in search of help. And the shocks just keep on coming. Husband and wife detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard analyze the crime scene where a young boy is viciously s...

    Lot of warnings here, people: -Sexual assault of a non-verbal autistic girl -Bullying -Homophobic slurs -Two suicide attempts (two separate characters) -Domestic violence -Murder ...

    A must read. Could not put it down. ...