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This review is from: Guilt (Alex Delaware) (Paperback)
Again, I've bought a book by a famous thriller writer only to find they've written to a pattern and I'm bored stiff and bitterly disappointed. James Patterson, Robert Goddard is wobbly at times, Sophie Hannah, definitely in her last book, and yet what to do? I buy them, and hope for the best every time. I speed read the last few chapters and was really boring myself rigid only to find out who had done this "dastardly" deed that left me yawning anyway.
Lots of the usual descriptions of Milo stuffing his face, Robin making guitars and having sex at the drop of a hat and psychologist waffle with other patients.
I used to love Kellerman, but the pair of them (Faye as well) are going to be left well alone in future.
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Initial post: 8 Feb 2014 14:16:38 GMT
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Margaret Foster says:
I don't usually make comments about reviews but this one so sums up how I too feel about the jaded market of the old guard. I would add that so many of the newer lot are writing to formula too. How I wish someone would just do something different.
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