A Tap on the Window Hardcover – 6 Aug 2013
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"Some days, all you really want is for someone to tell you a wicked-good story. Linwood Barclay answers the reader's perpetual prayer."--"The New York Times Book Review "
Praise for "Trust Your Eyes"
One of the "Boston Globe"'s 10 Best Crime Books of the Year
One of "Library Journal'"s Best Thrillers of the Year
"A tale Hitchcock would have loved...riveting, frequently scary, occasionally funny, and, surprisingly, wonderfully tender."--Stephen King
"No one can thrill you and chill you better than Linwood Barclay. Trust me when I say you won't want to miss [this]."--Tess Gerritsen
"One of the best thrillers of the year...where nothing and no one is all that they seem."--Lisa Gardner
"Expertly plotted...superior entertainment."--"The Washington Post "
"Delivers shocks and surprises at every turn...one of the best thrillers of the year."--"The Associated Press "
"An up-to-the-moment thrill ride....I couldn't turn the pages fast enough."--William Landay
"Twist-driven thrillers with explosive action are a hallmark of Linwood Barclay, and "Trust Your Eyes" could very well be his best."--"USA Today"
"Dazzling...an artist at the top of his game."--Joseph Finder
"Should vault him into the top rank of thriller writers."--"Booklist" (starred review) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
On a rainy night, a man gives a teenage girl a lift home, but the girl he picks up isn't the same one he drops off . . . Bestseller Linwood Barclay hooks the reader from page one with this suspense masterpiece --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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I never really empathise Barclay's characters. He tries to portray his heroes as Decent-But-Flawed and Cal Weaver, the private eye in A Tap on the Window, is no exception. I didn't like him enough to really care what happened to him. I kept reading because I wanted to know what the whole mystery was - something that was well drawn out.
All in all a decent enough thriller to keep you amused on a long journey.
I have one more download to read on my Kindle but I don't think I would buy any more from this author.
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