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Broken Promise by: Linwood Barclay

Broken Promise by Linwood Barclay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Twenty-Three…It probably meant nothing, but…

David has come back to the town that he desperately so much wanted to get away. 169 more words

5 Stars

Too Close To Home - Linwood Barclay

Here we have another old, creased paperback handed to me by my Dad. Once again, my old man hasn’t disappointed.

I’d class Too Close To Home  266 more words

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Top Ten Books On My TBR pile for Summer 2015

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday they post a new Top Ten list prompt. This week’s list is the Top Ten Books On My TBR pile for Summer 2015. 1,143 more words


Why I love social media!

Yippeee…. the old laptop seems to have recovered from its toddler paddy last week and here we are once again dear friends! I guess I could have tried to use the iPad, but it’s more fiddly and I seem to make more typos on there and correcting seems to take an age! 1,179 more words

Life Begins At 40...!

Review - Broken Promise by Linwood Barclay

BROKEN PROMISE hits the ground running and the pace rarely lets up. Jam-packed with characters from Barclay’s extensive backlist, his latest thriller is slick and twist-laden, and pulsates with ratcheting tension. 380 more words


Review: Broken Promise by Linwood Barclay

Title: Broken Promise: A Thriller

Author: Linwood Barclay

Pages: 488

Genre: Crime/Thriller

ISBN: 9780451472670

Publisher: NAL

Rating: 4-Stars

Read: May 2015

After his wife’s death and the collapse of his newspaper, David Harwood has no choice but to uproot his nine-year-old son and move back into his childhood home in Promise Falls, New York. 280 more words

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Fear the Worst by Linwood Barclay

People read novels for different reasons. One reason is escape. Thrillers have been helping their readers escape since the early days of the novel. Matthew “The Monk” Lewis, Wilke Collins, Charles Dickens, all knew how to keep their readers coming back for more by giving them thrills–keep them in suspense and they’ll keep turning pages. 672 more words

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