Joe O'Loughlin is in familiar territory-standing on a bridge high above a flooded gorge, trying to stop a distraught woman from jumping. "You don't understand," she whispers, and lets go. Joe is haunted by his failure to save the woman, until her teenage daughter finds him and reveals that her... show more
Joe O'Loughlin is in familiar territory-standing on a bridge high above a flooded gorge, trying to stop a distraught woman from jumping. "You don't understand," she whispers, and lets go. Joe is haunted by his failure to save the woman, until her teenage daughter finds him and reveals that her mother would never have committed suicide-not like that. She was terrified of heights.What could have driven her to commit such a desperate act? Whose voice? What evil?Having devoted his career to repairing damaged minds, Joe must now confront an adversary who tears them apart. With pitch-perfect dialogue, believable characters, and astonishingly unpredictable plot twists, Shatter is guaranteed to keep even the most avid thriller readers riveted long into the night.
Publish date: January 26th 2012
Publisher: Mulholland Books
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Psychological Thriller
Series: Joseph O'Loughlin (#3)
Meh. Literature trying to be crime thriller. Gave up after 20 pages.
Wow, I finished this book about fifteen minutes ago and had no idea until I just pulled it up to add it here that it was the third in a series involving this character. I'm glad I didn't know because I would have missed out on a really good story. I really liked the characters and will definitely be...
This is by far my favorite book in the Joe O'Loughlin series. This is the most suspenseful books in the series, and it kept my on the edge of my seat the whole time. This is one of the best, if not the best psychological thrillers that I have read.I was glad to see this book go back to concentrating...
Adrenalin und Amnesie haben mir wesentlich besser gefallen.
I found this boring as hell and quit after 75 pages.