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  • Mummy's Favourite

    Love the characters in this book especially Charlie and Hunter. As the story unfolds it draws you further and further into the criminals mind. A very disturbing trail of events which means this book is very hard to put down. I look forward to the next one in what I hope will one of many.

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  • Scary and disturbing

    Really enjoyed this book, it kept me guessing who did it right to the end. Found it quite disturbing at times. Dont take my word for it... read it for yourself.

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    5 person found this review helpful

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  • good

    really good book, enjoyed the read right to the end

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  • thrilling

    Thrilling with twists and turn, could not put down this book until finished, great author, seat clinging story,

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  • A long boring lecture

    Although the story has a promising start, there are far too many sermons on the way. Not a chapter goes by without a self-conscious self-righteous self-congratulatory passage, designed to “educate” the reader. Having the lead character recite statistics in her head is like taking a club to the reader. The characters are stock stereotypes, none were developed beyond the one dimensional introduction. The plot was slow, which was only accentuated by the lack of character development and the author’s intrusions. This ended up being a long boring sermon.

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    2 person found this review helpful

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