- Paperback: 334 pages
- Publisher: Panglossian Books (1 May 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0954111036
- ISBN-13: 978-0954111038
- Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1.8 x 23.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,902,199 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Schoolfrenz Paperback – 1 May 2005
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Schoolfrenz is a complicated, multi-stranded story, with lots of detail and dialogue that zips along at mach speed. -- Shields Gazette, January 4, 2006
Health warning - school reunions can be dangerous. The lives of four apparently unconnected people change forever when they visit the school reunion Internet site - Schoolfrenz. Richard Bard has just been released from prison. He believes this time he really is going straight until he encounters someone who reminds him he has an old teenage score to settle. Following the death of her parents, Georgina Haywell is shocked to discover she was adopted her at birth. The quest to find her natural mother and father leads to a more disturbing truth, and now she wants revenge. David Sterry heads an architect's practice. His working and domestic life begins to fall apart when his nemesis from 20 years ago attempts to contact him. Shirley Bonnett is content with her life in Australia until her husband is viciously killed. Dissatisfied with police progress, her own investigation leads her to Tyneside and a schoolboy gang called the Mag7. As the four protagonists pursue their personal causes, they visit Schoolfrenz and a common past emerges. The present is a tale of surprises, where future holds retribution and murder.See all Product description
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I shall get more of this authors books!
A chance meeting of two old school friends triggers a campaign of revenge and murder. As the cleverly woven plot unfolds the reader is gripped to the end, taunted by the questions:
Who raped Judy? What is the MF Trust fund? Was our villain a teenage scapegoat? Just who is Georgina's father? How will it all end for David Sterry?
This book has it all: an intriguing plot, great characterisation with perceptive emotional depth, a chilling look at justice and revenge and a love interest to boot. The real joy of this book, however, is that it is all utterly plausible.
A very satisfying unputdownable read - highly recommended!
From the first murder to the fight climax, enjoyable through every twist and turn. Hailing from the North East of England, I especially appreciated the Tyneside location, although this is by no means central to the enjoyment of this novel.