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The Profiler (The Munro Family Series Book 1) by Chris Taylor
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What a disappointment. This book started so well, built up tension, suspense, interest, so it was possible to disregard the psychological problems of the two main characters. But then three-quarters of the way through it descended into mush which must have also turned the writer's head to mush as it contained inconsistencies. From thereon coincidences got more ridiculous.
Wanted: A Leopold Blake Thriller (A Private Invest&hellip by Nick Stephenson
This read like a computer game - how many bodies can be accumulated before escaping. Ok as a pick-up-put-down book, but totally unrealistic. A promising start but dissolved into the ridiculous. The epilogue is obviously an invitation to read the next book but didn't attract me.
Blindsided (A Thriller) by Jay Giles
There were some irritating niggles about this book: the number of restaurants visited, salads eaten, gym trips made and walks along the beach. There didn't seem to be any purpose in the constant telephone calls to the therapist (calls in the middle of the night just to report a dream - I would think the therapist would be well chuffed to be woken for that, which probably explains her inane responses!). However, having said all that, it was a cracking read which kept me hooked.

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