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From Hades to Eden

Clarence W. Dawson

From Hades to Eden

by Clarence W. Dawson

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Sunstone Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Poetry,
  • Fiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11050845M
    ISBN 100865342466
    ISBN 109780865342460
    OCLC/WorldCa123065225

    The breaktaking new thriller from the author of Hades. "I fool myself that Eden has a heart - that she would at least have trouble killing me " Most police duos run on trust, loyalty, and the desire to see killers in court. But Detective Frank Bennett's partner, the enigmatic Eden Archer, has nothing to offer him but darkness and danger. Candice Fox is a popular novelist from Australia, who is famous for writing mystery, crime fiction, thriller, and suspense books. She has won the Ned Kelly Award in for her novel titled Hades in the category of the best debut novel. Fox won the same award again in the next year for her second book, Eden.

    Hades is the first novel by Australian author, Candice Fox. When homicide detective Frank Bennett, late thirties, twice divorced, with a liking for alcohol, is partnered with the stunning Eden Archer, he figures he’s struck lucky. Although he certainly doesn’t feel the same way about her brother, Eric. In Australian author Fox’s nail-biting follow-up to Hades, Sydney homicide detective Eden Archer goes undercover at a prosperous farm that employs troubled types, in order to find out what.

      Hades once rescued two children, Eden and Eric, from a botched kidnapping and raised them to become police homicide detectives: Eden is dangerously intuitive and creative, Eric lethally wild. Eden and her new partner, tough cop Frank Bennett, track a serial killer who kills for body parts he can sell to dying patients desperate for a transplant. Nothing missing in her books. Eden, Hades and Frank are complex characters and Fox literally kept me guessing what was going to happen until the end of the book. I will continue to read her as long as she keeps spitting these great books out!!!! Like l. lilyofthevalley3


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Hades is the first book I have read by Candice Fox, and I did like it, but I not sure if I understand what it is all about is it a fantasy or murder mystery.

The readers of Hades would enjoy the roller coaster ride to find the person who is killing young women for their body parts and understanding why Eden and Eric are murdering people/5. To ask other readers questions about The Secret of Hades' Eden, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about The Secret of Hades' Eden Lists with This Book/5. Besides the backstory on Hades, there are two other stories being told in this book. Detective Inspectors Eden Archer and Frank Bennett are trying to track down three missing girls plus Frank is working with Hades to find a missing girl from his past/5().

When Hades realizes what young Eden and Eric are doing in their spare time, he ensures that the two will use their skills only for good, and in this, it's impossible not to compare Eden Archer to Jeff Lindsay's Dexter. This comparison has everything to do with my reaction to this book.

In Candice Fox 's first book Hades, we were introduced to Eden and her brother Eric and learned the story of how the man Hades came to raise them both from a very young age-- how he managed their upbringing and education, and how their characters were 4/5().

Hades, Candice Fox's From Hades to Eden book novel, won the Ned Kelly Award for best debut in from the Australian Crime Writers sequel, Eden, won the Ned Kelly Award for best crime novel inmaking Candice only the second author to win these From Hades to Eden book back to third novel, Fall, was shortlisted for the Ned Kelly and Davitt s: Now in its expanded, updated revised edition, this is the original classic text (with more than 5-million copies sold) that helped create the natural foods industry.

It remains today one of the major texts on herbs, natural diet and lifestyle and wholistic health. As police detectives, Eden and Eric are a force to be reckoned with, but Eden's new partner Frank senses something is not quite right about the siblings.

Something to do with their upbringing by the mysterious fixer, Hades. Something that could get him killed. - Shannon (QBD) Christine. Fall by Candice Fox is the third instalment in her series featuring detectives Eden Archer and Frank Bennett.

Fox's first two novels in this series, Hades and Eden /5(). apple books review The sequel to ’s Hades —winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction—is an equally dark, twisted, and compelling thriller that stands on its own two feet.

Eden, the daughter of career criminal Hades, lives a double life as a homicide cop. Detective Inspectors Eden Archer and Frank Bennett are trying to track down three missing girls plus Frank is working with Hades to find a missing girl from his past.

And they are all trying to recover from events that took place in the first book of the series. This is an excellent thriller suspense series that just keeps getting s:   Eden and her brother are products of their past. Martine, the survivor, is excellent in her strength and vulnerability; her emotions as a survivor define how no one else can truly understand what one has been though.

Hades, in an odd way, elicits the most empathy of them all. “Hades” is very dark, yet it is extremely well written. Eden is the second novel by Australian author, Candice Fox. It is the sequel to her first novel, Hades, and, perversely, it reveals the history of Heinrich “Hades” Archer in a narrative interspersed with an account of events since the deaths of Eric Archer, serial killer, Jason Beck and the woman who escaped his cage, Martina Ducote.

Hades won the Ned Kelly award by Australian rime Writers’ Association for Best Debut Crime Novel. The next year her follow up book, Eden won its top prize for Best Fiction.

I can’t say I enjoyed Hades as much as Crimson Lake, but intend to read the follow up Eden while awaiting Crimson Lake 2. Hades is set in and around s: Hades once rescued two children, Eden and Eric, from a botched kidnapping and raised them to become police homicide detectives: Eden is dangerously intuitive and creative, Eric lethally wild.

Eden and her new partner, tough cop Frank Bennett, track a serial killer who kills for body parts he can sell to dying patients desperate for a transplant. About the Author Hades, Candice Fox's first novel, won the Ned Kelly Award for best debut in from the Australian Crime Writers Association.

The sequel, Eden, won the Ned Kelly Award for best crime novel inmaking Candice only the second author to win these accolades back-to-back. The book jumps around between their upbringing with Hades, their current occupation as homicide detectives in Sydney, and the serial killer that Eden and her new partner Frank are chasing.

Not a pleasant character in the bunch, and not a believable one either. Pluses are the interesting serial killer/5(21). And Hades makes a decision that will change everything Twenty years later, homicide detective Frank Bennett feels like the luckiest man on the force when he meets his new partner, the dark and beautiful Eden Archer.

But there's something strange about Eden and her brother, Eric. Something he can't quite put his finger on. Book 2 tells Hades back story in a similar manner. I am really enjoying the backstory on Eden and Eric and find the murder they are investigating chillingly viable.

Black market organ donation is a scary thought but what is even more disturbing is the people who feel /5(20). Fall is the third novel in Candice Fox's acclaimed series, following Hades, winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Best Debutand Eden, winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Novelpresented by the Australian Crime Writers Association.

'Hades announced the arrival of an important new voice. For Frank, the madman’s clues are a tantalizing puzzle. For Eden and Eric, the case holds chilling links to a scarred childhood—and a murderous mentor named Hades. But the true evil goes beyond the bloody handiwork of a serial killer Praise for Hades, winner of the Ned Kelly Award.Candice’s first novel, Hades, won the Ned Kelly Award for Best Debut Crime Novel, given by the Australian Crime Writers Association.

Her second novel, Eden, won the Ned Kelly Award for Best Fiction—making her one of only two authors to win the awards back-to-back.Detective Inspectors Eden Archer and Frank Bennett are trying to track down three missing girls plus Frank is working with Hades to find a missing girl from his past.

And they are all trying to recover from events that took place in the first book of the series. This is an excellent thriller suspense series that just keeps getting better.