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by Linwood Barclay
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Fastest I've ever read a book! Can't wait for the sequel! Mr Barclay says he's about to start writing it.
ShaunOK 'Book Addict'
ShaunOK 'Book Addict' rated it 7 years ago
My 'review' off another website, written on 30.08.2009Would give it 6 stars if I could. As it says on the back, 'a one sit thriller'. Amazing.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 8 years ago
blurb - On the morning she will never forget, suburban teenager Cynthia Archer awakes with a nasty hangover and a feeling she is going to have an even nastier confrontation with her mom and dad. She isn't. Instead, the house is empty, with no sign of her parents or younger brother Todd. At first she...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it 8 years ago
A tight exciting thriller. Everyone compares Linwood Barclay to Harlan Coben but I think he's better than Coben. One blurb on the paperback calls him the "Stephen King of thrillers". He's not there yet but give him some time. He's still young.
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 9 years ago
Creepy, Creepy, Creepy!! Different from most of LB's books, but still really, really good. I think I read this in one day because it was impossible to put down.
sandin954 rated it 9 years ago
Very good and realistic thriller. Narrated by Christopher Lane
The Drift Of Things
The Drift Of Things rated it 9 years ago
About 3.67 stars. :D Couldn't quite go all the way to 4.
Between The Bookends
Between The Bookends rated it 9 years ago
This novel seemed to have a lot of mixed reviews, so I wasn't really sure what to expect, but overall I found it to be a pretty decent read! It kept my interest with a lot of good twists and turns and an ending that I never saw coming, and in all honesty, seemed to be a bit of a stretch, but I still...
Coffee Bean Bookshelf
Coffee Bean Bookshelf rated it 11 years ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book - it was written from the point of view of the woman's husband, and he takes you through the past, what little they know...starting with the 25th anniversary of her family's disappearance. About 1/3rd of the way through, you start to get pieces of the puzzle, but they...
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