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Spider Mouth (The Edmonton Police Station Thrillers Book 1) by [Yarwood, Mark]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 960 KB
  • Print Length: 332 pages
  • Publisher: Biscuit Books; 1 edition (17 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0053TGM6E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #189,694 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really enjoyed this book.

It is well written and hard to put down. Mark Yarwood is a gifted story teller who has a great talent for suspense and keeping things moving along at a good pace.

His main character, Fred, is a sad case that tugs at your heart strings for the situation that he is in, both in his professional and private life.

Well worth reading - you will not be disappointed.
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This is "The 1st book in the EDMONTON POLICE STATION THRILLERS" and for me personally I found the story engrossing (reading around the spelling and missing word issues) until the last few pages when for me as a writer and editor the whole thing fell apart. The writer relied on spellcheckers too much and the ending which needed to be climactic was something of a really "damp squib!" Better proofreading pre publication would definitely have helped this story.

All that said I will read the next one in the series that I have before making any recommendation.
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I really enjoyed the plot and the way it is written. It was a shame there were so many mistakes - the really bad one was when a suspect was found to be having a sexual relationship with his son's 'daughter' when actually it was supposed to read 'ex girlfriend'. The rest were really silly little things - words missed out and wrong words used.
I know it is difficult to proof read your own work - I write myself.
I will be reading the following two books. Hopefully these will be better.
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Have just discovered Mark Yarwood and Edmonton Police series.Most unusual crime book.The lead detective not what you would normally expect.Could not put my kindle down.Really enjoyed the book. Am now half way through book no 2.Would recommend to all readers of crime novels.
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This book started off well for me but I really didn't enjoy it. I didn't find the plot at all credible nor the way the police conducted their investigations - it all seemed quite a bit amateur and unquestioning to me. To be fair, I didn't see the end coming and was surprised by the 'baddie'. I think the plot was far too busy, there were too many subjects introduced - trafficking, cancer, love, bent police. I didn't like any of the characters either. I will try to read the next book in the series, as I believe I have to cut some slack for a debut novel.
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I expected more from this first book as I had read book 3 and was happy with it. I could not relate to the main character Fred and the book is full of spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, misplaced capital letters -so much so that I am seriously thinking of abandoning the book, but I paid for it!
Some of the other downloaded books have been similar - are they written like subtitles on TV? By word recognition software - if so stop it!
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I downloaded Spider Mouth as it's the follow on to Murderson, which I really enjoyed. I was glad to find, and a little surprised, that it had very little to do with the first book, although they are set in the same police station. The subject matter is different too, as Murderson dealt with a serial killer, but this is about a series of orchestrated suicides. There's more here than just an investigation into a crime though. There's lots of deep and emotional stuff involving the main character 'Fred'. There's also a missing girl storyline that fits nicely in with the other layers of narrative. I recommend this thriller if you want more than just serial killers, and what to feel something for characters. It's a really enjoyable read.
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So many dead people they just cease to matter.

A miserable depressed main character and a plot that tries to be all things to all people: a bit of mystery, a bit of bent cop, sex slaves, foreign villains AND a bit of love interest.......

If you threw all the cards in the air then wrote a plot to suit where ever they fell, you would come up with a book like this.

You have been warned.
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