Robert McCammon captivates readers and stretches the boundaries of imagination with every new book he writes. There are now over 5 million copies of his books in print, and his last three novels, The Wolf's Hour, Stinger, and Swan Song, were New York Times bestsellers, earning him accolades as... show more
Robert McCammon captivates readers and stretches the boundaries of imagination with every new book he writes. There are now over 5 million copies of his books in print, and his last three novels, The Wolf's Hour, Stinger, and Swan Song, were New York Times bestsellers, earning him accolades as one of the most innovative storytellers of our time. In Mine, McCammon takes the reader beyond terror . . . into one woman's shocking world of madness and obsesion.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 1991
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, Literary Fiction
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
, Psychological Thriller
My brain needed a good scrub in a long hot shower after spending time inside the main character’s mind. She is one freaky psychopath. Lots of strong, kick-ass female characters. The plot tore along and I could not put this down once it gained enough momentum. There was only one real flaw with thi...
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Yet another enjoyable read by a master storyteller
I read this book years ago and just found it again in a used bookstore. Need to re-read it. It's a crazy, horrific story!
This is a horrifying book. First, imagine your child stolen from a hospital. Then imagine your child stolen by a homicidal madman. This is the situation that "Laura", the mother of "David" finds herself in. The book starts off with a bang. Enough so that I was unsure if I was going to be able t...