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Fenster zum Tod - Linwood Barclay
Fenster zum Tod
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783426213568 (3426213567)
Publisher: Knaur HC
Pages no: 589
Edition language: Deutsch
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Claire loves to read!
Claire loves to read! rated it
5.0 Review: Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay
Publisher: Orion (27 Sept. 2012) ISBN-13: 978-1409115021 Source: Real Readers Rating: 5* Synopsis: A schizophrenic man spends his days and nights on a website called Whirl360, believing he's employed by the CIA to store the details of every town and city in the world in his head. Then one d...
Claire loves to read!
Claire loves to read! rated it
5.0 Review: Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay
I was lucky to receive an advance copy of this book from realreaders, and was so excited to get it as i have loved all of Linwood Barclay's book so far.The story of the 2 brothers, Ray and Thomas, is the main focus of the book. Their relationship is strained as their father has recently died under s...
The Crime Scene
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4.0 Book Review: Linwood Barclay Trust Your Eyes
Trust Your Eyes is a standalone novel by author Linwood Barclay. Thomas spends all day on his computer looking at online maps and memorizing the layout of cities believing that he is working for the Bill Clinton and the CIA and that when all maps disappear his work will be needed. One day he accid...
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runner rated it
5.0 Trust Your Eyes
I have read a lot of Linwood Barclay books and they all have a common "conspiracy theory" theme running through the pages and as such they can be somewhat predictable or equally...top notch...edge of the seat....slow down I'm reading this too quick!..type of book. Trust Your Eyes is firmly in the la...
mtw1tter
mtw1tter rated it
3.0 Trust Your Eyes
It would take too long to explain one of Linwood Barclay's novels. Suffice to say it will be inhabited with ordinary people caught up in extraordinary circumstances. And for 'Trust Your Eyes' it would be said that it is street mapping gone wrong, in a one liner review.
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