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    Mediocre at best

    I didn't think that this was brilliant written and although I read the whole book I kind of wish that I'd given up after a few chapters as I almost did. I won't be reading any more from this author, there's much better out there
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    Scaredy cat

    Really good, now I've got a new author to get my teeth into got to read more
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    Sleepyhead

    Great read.....once you get used to the authors style of writting his books are page turners un predicable story lines with a bit of humour thrown in for good measure..
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    Scaredy Cat

    Having read the first book of this series about DI Thorne "Sleepy head", I had to read this one. Once I managed to get my head around the authors writing style, meaning I had to really watch the punctuation carefully and the deliberate breaks in the writing, denoting a change of character or situation, as the author told the story by use of the characters speaking to each other, rather than just telling it himself if that makes sense. In other words I found rather than just reading a book it was so well written in "speech" it was like watching a film on the screen, rather than teh author telling me a story! Having read the first two books in this series about DI Thorne I am looking forward to the next one in the series, "Lazy Bones" I believe.
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