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  • Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow (6 Dec. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099490897
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099490890
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 2.7 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 127,477 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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The next thrilling novel from the bestselling author of Run for Home and Bad Moon Rising

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Format: Hardcover
I have just finished reading this gutsy novel, fourth in the series. I grew up in a similar environment and reading this was like reliving my childhood. Sheila manages to capture the imagination and I just couldn't put it down - the Lumsden family could have been my own - a real down to earth group of poor, closely knit kids who live in each other's space but look out for each other when the going gets tough. Lorraine Hunt is totally believable balancing her gruelling workload with her delicate personal life. These novels would make a great TV series. Good Luck Sheila and keep them coming.
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The story started off OK, we glimpse the twisted mind of a psychopath who kills women rips their heart out and places a white rose in its place. Selina, the daughter of a police officer is attacked and it would seem there is a link. It is now the job of estranged couple, Luke (the father) and Lorraine to track down the killer. Much as I wanted to I couldn't get gripped. Too many characters, too many stereotypes and too many clichés in the writing. Yes, it was fast paced but there comes a point when it all begins to blur and I found myself glazing over. Sadly, this seems to be the case with many thrillers out there. Still, I was curious as to the identity of the killer which was guessable from the beginning. An average crime novel that felt rushed in its execution.
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I have read everyone of Sheila Quigleys books and I think she is one of the top new writers! It has taken me only days to read each book as you just can not put them down until they are finished! I find this lady to be very talented and gifted, keep up the good work and hopefully get more than one book a year published. I rate all of her books with a 5 star!!!!!
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Sheila Quigley I have read all your books I have very little to say except keep them coming FANTASTIC AND GRIPPING from beginning to the end I look forward to your next one.I just wish I did not have to wait so long.What I would like is to see them made into films.
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I have read all Sheila Quigley's books and I like the characters and setting. This book was an enjoyable enough read, but it was let down by many small errors all the way through the book. There were lots of sentences which had been broken up with commas when a semi-colon or two sentences would have worked better, and mistakes with small words, eg. "an" instead "and" and "Why" instead of "What". It's fine for the characters' speech to be written as they would say it, but the rest of the novel should be in correct English. I know this sounds really picky but these repeated errors were very off-putting. If Sheila Quigley's next book seems as rushed as this one, it will be a waste of her likeable cast of characters.
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I see im not the only one who thinks these books should be made into a tv series.
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!
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This is the first time I have read a book by this author and I only bought it after reading the reviews on here, I was pleasantly surprised at what a good read it was and will definitely be buying more of this authors book. It held my attention from the first page and found I was waking up early to continue reading it. Highly recommended for those that enjoy thrillers.
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Although there is a gritty realism to her books that brings out the poverty and the hard times,
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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