Every Breath You Take Mass Market Paperback – 6 Dec 2007
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"Quigley presses the fear button right from the start and keeps the tension cranked up high right up until the explosive climax" (Northern Echo)
"Her prose is taut and her plots tight" (Daily Mirror)
"The grandmother from Sunderland continues to astonish with her gritty and convincing crime stories" (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
"It's the stunning dichotomy of a normal, working-class, everyday cast and the very abnormal acts of terrifying evil that give Quigley's novels such a chilling edge of reality - and that's the scariest things of all" (Daily Record)
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It's just what we need on our box. The Lumsden family make me giggle, it's great reading about them all!
Any way back to the book. Not the best of books i've read but still very good, great writing and of course utterly enjoyable characters.
I like the fact that Selina was bought into this book, here's hoping it will continue.
Here's to the next book!
there is also a low key element because some of the characters are almost comical and caricatures.
The storylines are good, and she paces them well, throwing suspicion on just about everyone.
However her efforts to emulate the local dialect in print is grating and detracts from the reading. I think it would be better to write in normal English and remind us every so often that the words are said in thick Geordie or whatever - most of the greats refrained from trying to depict accents.
The main characters could be fleshed out a bit more, and it's past time Luke and Lorraine got old enough to achieve a first date at last. Also the police work should be updated from the fifties idea of just hauling in anybody who might fit and questioning them for hours - what happened to investigative policing?
That said she's a good read and she manages to keep them coming!
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love Sheila Quigley I recommend any of her books they are a cracking readPublished 7 months ago by chris silk blues
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Gripping story line but had to tolerate language that I would rather not see.Published 22 months ago by Annelou
The 6th fantastic crime thriller book by Sheila Quigley I have read. Easy to read as once started I couldn't put it down. Another 5 star book.Published on 16 July 2014 by Wendy
This was my second attempt at enjoying a Sheila Quigley novel but I'm afraid it'll be my last. I love a good detective-based thriller with Ian Rankin's Rebus & Peter James's Roy... Read morePublished on 28 Sept. 2013 by Mrs. C. A. DAVIS
Very good short story, easy to read, couldn't put it down as wanted to know what was happening. Would recommend to any one and to read the authors other booksPublished on 3 Jan. 2013 by Leattie