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Watched: When Road Rage Follows You Home

Watched: When Road Rage Follows You Home [Kindle Edition]

Kerry Wilkinson
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)

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Product Description

Dougie Jamieson is a pillar of the community. He's won awards for his work with children, his brother is a chief inspector and he runs the neighbourhood watch scheme.

But Esther Pooley sees him differently.

After a road rage incident, she's convinced he's the person terrorising her and husband, Charlie, at their suburban dream home.

As the stakes begin to rise, they must decide if bricks and mortar are worth more than their relationship, with Charlie stuck on the toughest of all dilemmas. How far will he go to protect his wife?

This is the latest novel from Kerry Wilkinson, Kindle No.1 bestselling author of the Jessica Daniel series.

Praise for Kerry Wilkinson:
"Wilkinson's story spreads like a pool of blood...his talent becomes ever more obvious."
- Daily Mail on Think of the Children.

"Locked In has changed my mind. Expecting little, I was pleasantly surprised."
- Guardian on Locked In.

"Plotting, high drama and characterisation are becoming the hallmarks of his thrillers"
- Lancashire Evening Post on Playing With Fire.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 424 KB
  • Print Length: 237 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,975 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Despite two national newspaper reports to the contrary, Kerry Wilkinson is male. Honestly.

His debut, LOCKED IN, the first in the detective Jessica Daniel series, is a UK no.1 Kindle bestseller, with the first three Jessica Daniel books making him Amazon UK's top-selling author for the final quarter of 2011.

THINK OF THE CHILDREN came out in February 2013, outselling Dan Brown to become Amazon UK's no.1 Kindle pre-order, making the top 10 crime ebooks, and entering the official top 20 paperback chart.

Kerry is the first formerly self-published British author to have an ebook no.1 and reach the top 20 of the UK paperback chart.

With PLAYING WITH FIRE, THICKER THAN WATER, BEHIND CLOSED DOORS and standalone dark thriller, WATCHED, Kerry has had eight consecutive top-20 Kindle crime books.

In May 2014, Pan Macmillan will publish RECKONING, the first novel in Kerry's young adult/fantasy/adventure series - the Silver Blackthorn trilogy.

In June, the same publisher will release the ebook SOMETHING WICKED, the first in a series starring Manchester-based private investigator, Andrew Hunter, who appeared in the fifth Jessica Daniel novel.

He is an occasional sports journalist and can frequently be spotted cycling the hills of Lancashire while trying not to be knocked off. Please drive safely around him. He was born in Somerset but now lives in the north west.

RECKONING is out on 22 May 2014; SOMETHING WICKED on 5 June; and the next Jessica Daniel book, CROSSING THE LINE, on 11 September.

RENEGADE (Silver Blackthorn 2) is out in 2015; as is standalone crime thriller DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN.

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a Masterstroke 25 Nov 2013
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I am a huge Jessica Daniels fan so it was with a mixture of interest and trepidation I started to read Kerry's move away from JD. I was hooked from page one. This book really affected me and I was really concerned about the main characters. It is so thought provoking that I was thinking about the book whilst I wasn't reading it - esp when I cut someone up at a junction and he made a rather rude gesture at me!! I was in a constant state of fear whilst reading it, its not a common occurrence that a book affects me so deeply. I finished it late last night and was initially rather surprised/disappointed at the sudden ending. Too tired by then to leave a review I decided to do it in the morning. I am so pleased I did this as upon reflection I have changed my mind and realised that in fact this was the perfect ending for the story and a master stroke by Mr Wilkinson. I cannot imagine another way that the book to end and its rather refreshing not to have a standard but convoluted happy ending.
Highly recommended which is why I gave it 5 stars - just don't expect an easy read!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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I love Kerry Wilkinson's Jessica Daniels series and I was excited to read Watched, his new stand alone book. It features Esther and Charlie Pooley who moved into their first house together. On her first day and whilst out shopping, Esther accidentally cut off a fellow motorist, her actions of which has lead to the most unimaginable case of bullying and victimisation. From overturned bins and stolen laundry, to outright vandalism, assault and defamation of character, each attack on the Pooleys escalate to unbelievable proportions. This is the kind of book that is gripping and terrifying in equal measures. I found myself very uncomfortable reading it as it is so easy to empathise with Esther and Charlie and how a case of road rage could escalate and get so badly out of hand. And on the other hand, it's a book you just want to continue reading as it's too gripping to ignore. I found the ending could have been more conclusive as I still don't understand the underlying motivations of the bullies and it seems that something is missing. But overall, it's a great book and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
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This is based on a preview copy I received a few weeks ago...

I wasn't sure what to expect with this Kerry Wilkinson book. As an avid Jessica Daniels reader I was wondering if the magic would be lost when stepping away. This is a very different book, set in Manchester and about a couple who move into a new area and one chance encounter changes their lives forever.

The premise works very well, believable to the point of haunting. It took a bit longer to get into than previous books by this author, but having read his other books I was willing to persist. This does pay off as you are lead through twists and turns, some you see coming and other surprise. At one point it feels like watching the build up and impact of a car crash; you know it is coming, want to look away, but need to know.

My "does it engage the reader" test was passed - nearly missing my tube stop a couple of times, so be careful!

It is on my must re-read list.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bad ending 1 Feb 2014
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Enjoyed book throughout gripping and exciting but a complete let down at the end. Now don't understand the story at all. Totally gutted with the ending completely ruined the whole experience
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Depressing and disappointing! 15 Jan 2014
By Roni
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The author clearly has done little research into the mental state of someone being stalked. It's hard to fathom how a woman who's so terrified of intrusion that she suffers OCD about locking doors and windows can the next minute be sprawled out relaxed on her back lawn, knowing that it's so close to the home of her stalker. As someone who was stalked in their 30s (to the extent that the perpetrator did try to break in), I was terrified to go over the doorstep alone and, now in my 60s, that feeling remains with me in unfamiliar places. Perhaps I'm over sensitive, but I found the victims' reaction in terms of their reluctance to try to convince the police and their inconsistent behaviour implausible. The experience from beginning to end was utterly depressing and waste of precious reading time! Sorry, just my personal opinion!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not A Bad Read 11 Jan 2014
By K Arden
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hard to forget 11 Jan 2014
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I read the first part of this before I went to bed one night and found myself thinking about it first thing the next morning, then throughout the day until I could get back to it. The other reviews that say it is relentlessly dark or bleak aren't necessarily wrong, so it depends on you as to whether you think that's a good thing.

Is life all about happy endings with a neat bow on top? If so, you won't like this. Actually, I'm not even sure why you would have bought it given the description. I don't get the negative reviews. What exactly did you expect?

It's easy to criticise Esther for being weak, or Charlie for being stupid but I'm not convinced many people would act that differently given the circumstances. In Charlie's case, especially, the few things he does makes the situation so much worse, even though he's not trying to.

What it does do is make you think.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Credible
I can believe this could happen in real life. When buying a house neighbours are an unknown quality. I can't get the plot out of my head.
Published 2 days ago by Annamaria Conner
5.0 out of 5 stars I did feel though that the ending was not quite what I expected but...
This is another book that keeps you on the edge. I did feel though that the ending was not quite what I expected but despite that it was a very good read. Read more
Published 7 days ago by Fright Night Freak
5.0 out of 5 stars Typical Kerry Wilkinson, grabs you, holds you and ...
Typical Kerry Wilkinson, grabs you, holds you and keeps you turning the pages until the end! Couldn't put it down.
Published 8 days ago by Tracy
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved it ...
I loved it .... storyline was good the ending is a cliff hanger I hope there is
ore to come.... buy kerry s next book now a well worth read
Published 11 days ago by Michelle baldwin
5.0 out of 5 stars Watched by Kerry wilkinson
I usually like this author,but found this book a little frustrating,mabe it was meant to be.
The ending was food for thought .
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Published 12 days ago by mrs j little
1.0 out of 5 stars Rubbish!
I think the title says it incredibly poor attempt at a thriller, disappointing throughout with a poor ending. Not worth a read. Read more
Published 15 days ago by JonesyUnknown
1.0 out of 5 stars very unsatisfactory
most unsatisfactory sudden ending, not resolving anything. def, NOT one of Kerry Wilkinson's best!! His Jessica books are far superior.
Published 16 days ago by gilliey123
5.0 out of 5 stars watched
is there a part two? gripping story but left hanging and with alot of questions. well written. does anybody know if there is a follow up?
Published 23 days ago by suzanne
1.0 out of 5 stars Watched by Kerry Wilkinson.
The book was good till you reached the ending, what a let down. I had to read the ending twice as I thought I had missed a couple of pages. Very disappointing read.
Published 25 days ago by EDNA TERRELL
3.0 out of 5 stars Road rage follows you home
Had a job to put this down, a little over the top, although there must be a few nutters out there. I just hope I do not come across one of them!
Published 27 days ago by Charliedog
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