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Sweetheart, Sweetheart - Bernard Taylor, Michael Rowe
Sweetheart, Sweetheart
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Format: Kindle Edition
Publisher: Valancourt Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
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BrokenTune rated it
2.5 Sweetheart, Sweetheart
The smell of roses was so strong. For 95% of the book, this was an enjoyable, suspenseful story about David who returns to England from New York to find out what happened to his twin brother. I didn't like David, and some of the suspenseful descriptions were overdone a bit, but most of the book w...
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Bark at the Ghouls rated it
4.5 Sweetheart, Sweetheart by Bernard Taylor (audio)
4 1/2 Stars   David has an ominous feeling that his twin brother Colin is in serious danger so he leaves the US and heads off to England to see what’s what. He discovers terrible things have indeed occurred. As he attempts to figure out exactly what has happened, he finds himself residing temporaril...
Shiftyj1 rated it
4.0 Sweetheart, Sweetheart
I’m not sure what took me so long to read Bernard Taylor, but evidently, I have been missing out. This is a great example of 1970’s old school atmospheric horror. The building dread and tension are palpable in this one as long buried secrets are slowly revealed, leading up to the appropriately twist...
Lillelara rated it
4.5 Sweetheart, Sweetheart
First of all a huge thank you to Char for writing a stunning review for this book, which led me to buying it. David is living with his girlfriend Shelagh in New York, when all of a sudden he feels the need to visit his twin brother Colin in England. Upon his arrival he learns that his brother has ...
runner rated it
4.5 This is how horror should be written! wonderful stuff Mr Taylor....
I have a confession to make, I was never aware of Bernard Taylor, horror author, until recently that was until I was introduced to his 1977 ghost story, Sweetheart Sweetheart which I understand was chosen by Charles L Grant as one of the 100 best horror novels. The 1970’s saw the emergence and growt...
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