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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

Agatha Christie

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

Books

Never Look Away By Linwood Barclay

It starts with a trip to a local amusement park. David Harwood is hoping a carefree day with their young son will help dispel his wife Jan’s recent depression. 166 more words

A Book Review: A Tap on the Window

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If you’ve been following me for multiple posts now, you may well have read my Book Wish List in which I mentioned one book I had technically already bought; that book was “A Tap on the Window” by Linwood Barclay. 601 more words

Reading

Short Story Collection: Face Off #Review

To celebrate the 4th July – here’s a short story collection from The ITW featuring a whole host of thriller writers from the US (and more…) 501 more words

Writing

Linwood Barclay's A Tap On The Window: Dirty Little Secrets (Book Review)

A few years ago, one of those lovely suggestions that Amazon does popped up: “for fans of Harlan Coben, try Linwood Barclay.” Having read every one  390 more words

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