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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

Book Review

Book Review: Fear the Worst by Linwood Barclay

About the Book: Sydney Blake’s summer is shaping up to be typical for a teenager: she’s spending it with her father, and she has landed a part-time job at a local hotel. 399 more words

The Reading (and Writing) Rainbow

Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I REALLY Want To Meet

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, is: Ten Authors I REALLY Want To Meet

1. It should be no surprise that I want Rainbow Rowell to be my best friend. 62 more words


Book Challenge- April Reviews

Hello reader!

Another month has flown by, before you know it, we’ll be into 2016!

This month I’ve had the immense pleasure of reading 149 more words

Never Saw it Coming by Linwood Barclay

Loved it.  An easy read and a great page turner.  Would recommend to a friend.

Sally @ Mile Cross Library

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Norfolks Great Big Read

Now Paul is a Real Estate Novelist*

If you’ve ever moved house (and most of us have), you know what a complicated, exhausting and sometimes thoroughly frustrating process it is. But there are plenty of people who make their living in that industry. 1,089 more words

Agatha Christie

Trust your eyes!

Trust your eyes is a book written by Linwood Barclay which I hadn’t heard about but bought in a spontaneous mood. It is said not to judge a book by its cover, but it does sometimes influence your actions. 92 more words