KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge]


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  • Across the East River Bridge
  • Kate McMurray
  • English
  • 03 May 2018
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Kate McMurray ´ 8 read Across the East River Bridge summary ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF When historian Christopher Finnegan walks into a new museum in Brooklyn he’s chagrined to learn its curator is his old academic rival Troy Rafferty Worse Troy is convinced the museum is haunted and wants Finn’s help learning about the ghosts Finn and Troy have never gotten along and Finn wants to run screaming but then Troy offers him an intriguing proposal Troy will help Finn with a research projec When Finn s boss sends him to do research at a museum in Brooklyn the last person he expected to see what Troy his college rival Although they have amazing chemistry Finn blames for Troy for ruining his PhD chances But Troy does have the information he needs for his boss Troy offers Finn a deal Help him investigate the mysterious deaths of two men in 1878 They had lived in the museum Troy curates and he feels they are still there Finn agrees to help in exchange for what his boss needsIt isn t long before a romance blooms and it is clear through research that the two men were murdered and they have the power to influence their dreams and lead them to clues Finn worries their feelings are being manipulated by the ghosts but Troy is sure it is realYour heart will go out to Finn whose life has been derailed several times by bad affairs He is understandably leery when it comes to love Troy does not have those same issues and just wants to love Finn He just has to convince Finn of that fact The mystery was very well done and kept your attention as the circumstances surrounding the deaths was gradually uncovered and the truth revealed The whole book was so well written that you couldn t put it down SCHQUALL old academic rival Troy Rafferty Worse Troy is convinced the museum is haunted and wants Finn’s help learning about the ghosts Finn and Troy have never gotten along and Finn wants to run screaming but then Troy The Marble Index offers him an intriguing proposal Troy will help Finn with a research projec When Finn s boss sends him to do research at a museum in Brooklyn the last person he expected to see what Troy his college rival Although they have amazing chemistry Finn blames for Troy for ruining his PhD chances But Troy does have the information he needs for his boss Troy The Diary of George Templeton Strong offers Finn a deal Help him investigate the mysterious deaths Anaconda of two men in 1878 They had lived in the museum Troy curates and he feels they are still there Finn agrees to help in exchange for what his boss needsIt isn t long before a romance blooms and it is clear through research that the two men were murdered and they have the power to influence their dreams and lead them to clues Finn worries their feelings are being manipulated by the ghosts but Troy is sure it is realYour heart will go The Essential Mrs. Humphry Ward Collection (28 books) out to Finn whose life has been derailed several times by bad affairs He is understandably leery when it comes to love Troy does not have those same issues and just wants to love Finn He just has to convince Finn Nonfiction Outline of that fact The mystery was very well done and kept your attention as the circumstances surrounding the deaths was gradually uncovered and the truth revealed The whole book was so well written that you couldn t put it down

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Across the East River Bridge

Kate McMurray ´ 8 read Across the East River Bridge summary ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF T for his overbearing boss if Finn will help Troy solve a mystery involving two men who died in the building under mysterious circumstances in 1878Finn and Troy piece together the two men’s lives and the uiet romance that grew between them through diaries newspaper clippings and police reports They’re both soon convinced the men were murdered They’re also convinced the ghosts are real even Finn wi Review posted at The Armchair Reader as part of Kate McMurray Week45 starsThis is such a great book to kick off Kate McMurray Week To be honest I wasn t uite sure what to expect of this story I mostly read it on faith because I like the author All I really knew was that it was about NYC and ghosts So I was pleasantly surprised when I did read it to find that it was something that I could really sink into Part of my enjoyment of the story really comes from a love of history Not that I m particularly knowledgable especially about NYC history but there s so much detail in this story that must have taken uite a bit of research and I found it all refreshing and compellingFinn and Troy have a turbulent history Both pursuing advanced history degrees at NYU at the same time they uickly found themselves to be rivals with a lovehate relationship mostly hate But every few years they succumb to temptation and fall into bed with one another promptly returning to hate each other the next day Finn isn t where he expected to be when he envisioned his life all those years ago at NYU He blames Troy for his failure to get his PhD that fuels his continued hatred Troy was always the golden boy one step ahead of him and outshining all of his successes Now years of regrets have become an ugly and miserable piece of Finn that he carries around with himself And Troy is easy to hate except when they re in bed togetherNow working as a research assistant for a famous biographer who is a bit of a bosshole Finn is sent to research a small museum in Brooklyn only to find that the curator is none other than Troy He looks good and is as usual a consummate flirt And again like all the other times their NYC circles merge Finn is at the same time frustrated and spiteful and yet reluctant to admit how well they work together and understand one another They have incredibly similar interests in the history of the city and between them share a wealth of knowledge Finn isn t really passionate about the research for his boss but Troy convinces Finn to help him research a mystery of his own He s currently going through the journals of the man who once lived in the building and the mysterious circumstances around his death Troy though thorough as any historian is apt to believe in the strange occurrences in the building the cold spots the dreams and as he delves deeper into the man s story the physical manifestations he sees with his own eyes As the two start to uncover the secrets of the dead and piece together a picture of life in Brooklyn in the 1870 s they start to fall in love The problem for Finn is his reluctance to believe in what could ultimately be the manipulation of a couple of ghosts whose main interests aren t finally getting the two of them together but to solve their murderI mentioned at the start of the review that the reason I really liked this book was the research and the history presented of Brooklyn New York in a different era I think though that this might be a sticking point for some readers Make no mistake this book takes history and makes it real and solid but it s told from the view of two men who sift through obscure details every day and take them as deep as they go So much of this novel is really the journey into history piece by piece as the two put it together And there is a wealth of detail that Kate McMurray offers I could see where some readers who might not find those details as interesting as I might find this book a tedious readWhat I really enjoyed was the journey to finding those answers because the story and the picture of Brooklyn at that time takes shape slowly and some of the best scenes in the novel were Finn and Troy connecting on the level of historians It s their common language when they have a hard time getting close in other areas except sex that one is easy for them Those scenes are the best because both will go from sniping at one another and confusion about their feelings to connecting through the project and offering details back and forth sussing out answers between them Their relationship really takes the enemies to lovers trope to a realistic level Most of the raw and angry feelings come from Finn But he s the character that we really get to know first and the one who we see this world through When he actually lets down his guard enough to try to let some of that stagnate anger go I think he finds that Troy really isn t the man that he thought he was and that he doesn t think of Finn in the way Finn thought he did The dynamic between the two of them was done really well and another reason that this story really worked for me because the story starts with a shared history and routine between the two men and in their interactions The research project is the catalyst to change that behavior And discovering what life is like for a gay man in 1870 s America not only gives Finn perspective but gives him ways to connect and understand TroyThough I m partial to this author s Out in the Field which I m going to be re reading and reviewing later this week this just might be my second favorite of hers It s definitely a book I recommend to you if you think you ll like it of course

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Kate McMurray ´ 8 read Across the East River Bridge summary ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Tnesses paranormal phenomena he can’t deny and that they’re capable of affecting thoughts feelings and actions When Finn and Troy start falling for each other despite years of animosity Finn worries he’s being manipulated by the ghosts to stay with Troy and solve the case Troy is convinced the love between them is real but he’ll need to figure out how to get rid of the ghosts in order to prove i This story is really beautiful One I love the whole academic research in searching for the truth behind the murder suicide and ghosts Both guys Finn and Troy are likeable and I always openly welcome any characters that are academically advanced Love how they each take the journal of one of the gentlemen to structure the lives of Brill and Cutler Of course if it s me I probably just check the latest entry of the journal rather than reading it from the beginning I m impatient sue me lolI think it s a well researched story and in a sense sort of reminding me of another story by M Jules Aedin Windows in Time in which the two people in the present are trying to solve a mystery that happens in the past I love the emotional factor that is presented here as well Finn is so determined to NOT liking Troy trying to blame Troy for what he cannot achieve but of course like magnet the two of them just can t fight the feeling they have for each other Although Troy reaches to that point earlier than FinnONE IMPORTANT THING I don t know if guys really talk about their emotion like what Troy did to Finn I personally think this is a projection of what we women like or wish rather than in actuality I m not complaining some of the words here just sueeze my heart completely I m just not sure whether it can truly happen pThe ending is sweet though


10 thoughts on “KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge]

  1. says: KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] summary Å eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Kate McMurray Kate McMurray ´ 8 read

    read Across the East River Bridge KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Kate McMurray ´ 8 read 45 starsA very good and imaginative story the mystery angst sweet love and ghosts come together in a beautiful way Troy and Finn have unresolved issues which simmer beneath the surface Finn tries to stay angry at Troy but

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    KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] I should start by saying that in general there are a lot of things I liked about this book I liked Finn mostly because my brain kept INSISTING he looked like this and that amused me I liked the idea of academic rivalry because as I think is pr

  3. says: KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Kate McMurray ´ 8 read summary Å eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Kate McMurray

    KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Kate McMurray ´ 8 read read Across the East River Bridge When Finn's boss sends him to do research at a museum in Brooklyn the last person he expected to see what Troy

  4. says: KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge]

    KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Review posted at The Armchair Reader as part of Kate McMurray Week45 starsThis is such a great book to kick off Kate McMurray Week To be honest I wasn't uite sure what to expect of this story I mostly read it on faith because I like the author All I really knew was that it was about NYC and ghosts So I was plea

  5. says: KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Kate McMurray ´ 8 read

    Kate McMurray ´ 8 read KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Well I was late to work this morning because I had to finish the last chapter and the epilogue I sometimes shy away from

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    read Across the East River Bridge KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Kate McMurray ´ 8 read 35 StarsThis was one of those stories that landed somewhere between I really liked it and I loved it It's a great ghostmysterysuspense story b

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    read Across the East River Bridge summary Å eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Kate McMurray Kate McMurray ´ 8 read ghosts an old mystery and a sweet romance The perfect weekend read ❤

  8. says: read Across the East River Bridge KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] Kate McMurray ´ 8 read

    KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] summary Å eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Kate McMurray This story is really beautiful One I love the whole academic research in searching for the truth behind the murder suicide and ghosts Both guys Finn and Troy are likeable and I always openly welcome any characters that ar

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    summary Å eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Kate McMurray Kate McMurray ´ 8 read KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] 45 starsThis is a nice reading The plot is not terribly original the standard story of contemporary researchers trying to solve mysterious deaths in the past and in the process their relationship evolves into something else At first the MCs we

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    KINDLE [Across the East River Bridge] This was very very interesting and definitely worth reading It would've been a 5 star read if not for a few niggles the historical references were drawn out dragging Not always but often enough that it threw me out of the reading flow the epilogue was the same Too dragging and redundant the ghosts The mystery would've b

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