A Tap on the Window
Publish date: August 6th 2013
Publisher: Doubleday Canada
Pages no: 500
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, New York
There were a lot of characters to sort through and mysteries to unravel in this story, but it wasn’t too complex to easily follow along and guess at, even on audio. The clues were ambiguous enough to keep me guessing through at least two thirds of the book, but it was satisfying at the end to find t...
Don't get me wrong I quite like Linwood Barclay and what he does he does well...ie he looks at an ordinary man's everyday life..yes the sort of life you and I lead and everyday situations and from that shows how one simple mistake or incident can make a life unfold and all the cards come tumbling do...
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/1ahDyY0 My opinion: I would have to say that this was my least favorite of Linwood Barclay's stand alone novels. Most get no less than 4 stars from me. Due to this, it took me forever to get through the book. Another issue that I found was that I really couldn'...
+My least favorite of his stand alones.+Took me forever to get through it.+Really couldn't "attach" to the characters like in his other books.
This hit all my buttons for a mystery. I despise mysteries that rely on coincidence for a solution—all the clues should be available in the text, and a careful reader should reach the same conclusion as the protagonist. If the author is really good, even a brilliant reader won't get there too soo...