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Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay

5 Stars from me

Have I mentioned I like Linwood Barclay books?

I really enjoyed Trust Your Eyes, it was a quick read with an unpredictable story-line and packed full of satisfying characters. 346 more words

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A Book Review: No Time For Goodbye

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Oh boy it’s been a while since I did a book review, in fact, my last review was of ‘A Tap on the Window… 943 more words


Never Look Away by Linwood Barclay

Synopsis: It starts with a trip to a local amusement park. David Harwood is hoping a carefree day will help dispel his wife Jan’s recent depression that has led to frightening thoughts of suicide. 419 more words

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Crimewave: The Devil's Making, The Buffalo Job, No Safe House

When The Devil’s Making by Seán Haldane (Stone Flower Press, 368 pp; $19.95) was nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel earlier this year, I knew nothing about the book, which was published in the spring of 2013. 762 more words


A Tap On The Window by Linwood Barclay

Synopsis: When Cal Weaver stops at red light on a rainy night while driving home, he ignores the bedraggled-looking teenaged girl trying to hitch a lift. 669 more words

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Home, Where My Thought's Escaping*

Plenty of crime-fictional characters travel in the course of their work. Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, for instance, doesn’t really have a settled place to live. And although Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot likes his home at Whitehaven Mansions, he also travels quite a bit. 976 more words

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Book Review: Never Look Away by Linwood Barclay

This is a perfectly formed crime novel. It’s dramatic, full of twists and turns. There are red herrings left, right and centre. And yet, it feels familiar and predictable. 52 more words