The Memory Game Mass Market Paperback – 19 Jan 1998
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'Electrifying.' (Harpers & Queen)
'A superior psychological thriller.' (The Times)
'Gripping.' (The Observer) --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
The Memory Game is a haunting psychological thriller from the top-ten bestselling author Nicci French. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Too many names, posh people, shallow characters, it never ended. Couldn't actually finish the book
I would have given it just1/10 but thought that was a bit mean
The whole plot is built around an extended family, but the relationships within the family are 2 dimensional and barely credible. All is simplified into black and white, with no grey areas. Are families like that? I don't think so. When the daughter's body is found after she has been missing for 25 years, the family's reaction is almost like this was a minor blip thay had been half-expecting, and nothing really to get upset about! The plot goes downhill from there!
No more Nicci French novels for me!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After listening to an audio version of this story I feel quite confused. Too many names, brothers in law, sons people along the way. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kathleen A. Reid
A dirty great hole in the evidence is obvious from the second chapter, but no-one spots it. To obscure poor policework, the writers exhale a fog consisting of the doings and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris ap Alfred
Having read many nicki French books I was disappointed with this one, it was a slow turner and didn't grip me as the others had done.Published 4 months ago by Rachel
Page turner, enthralling, thrilling, captivating etc. Fortunately Frenches have since matured to cut out a lot of extraneous narrative. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really disappointing read. Far too slow for my liking. Plus this was advertised as good as new but it had folded pages and writing in it.Published 14 months ago by T. Tilbury