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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks (15 Aug. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 144477865X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1444778656
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.8 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,049,905 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Book Description

For better. Or for worse. Until death do us part . . .

About the Author

Carlene Thompson is the author of several psychological thrillers, including BLACK FOR REMEMBRANCE and ALL FALL DOWN. She taught English at a small college in Ohio. She now lives in West Virginia.

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By lawyeraau HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 5 Nov. 2002
Format: Hardcover
This is a terrific novel of suspense, offering the reader a riveting, page turning read. It is hard to put down, once the reader is in its thrall. Well written in spare, clean prose, it will keep most readers guessing until the very end.
The premise is fairly simple. Deborah Robinson, a young woman and mother of an adorable and precocious set of five year old twins, suddenly has the bottom drop out of her world when her husband, Steve, a prosecuting attorney, suddenly disappears without warning. Shortly thereafter, she is stunned to discover that he is suspected of being a serial killer who, for the past eight years, has been killing young women fitting a description that matches hers.
Delving into her husband's past, she uncovers information of which she was previously unaware, which causes her to question just what her husband may really have been hiding. Yet, despite all that she discovers, she believes steadfastedly that her husband is not what he is suspected of being.
At the same time that this is going on, the man who had fifteen years earlier been convicted of brutally beating and raping Steve's sister, Emily, causing her to be institutionalized, is released from prison and believed to be in the area seeking revenge. Does this also have something to do with Steve's disappearance?
Things are not always what they seem, as the reader will discover. There are enough plausible twists and turns in this novel of suspense to satisfy even the most exacting and demanding of readers. This is a gripping read from beginning to end and one of the best of its genre.
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By lawyeraau HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 Sept. 2001
Format: Paperback
This is a terrific novel of suspense, offering the reader a riveting, page turning read. It is hard to put down, once the reader is in its thrall. Well written, in spare, clean prose, it will keep most readers guessing until the very end.
The premise of the book is fairly simple. Deborah Robinson, a young woman and mother of an adorable and precocious set of five year old twins, suddenly has the bottom drop out of her world, when her husband, Steve, a prosecutiong attorney, suddenly disappears without warning. Shortly thereafter, she is stunned to discover that he is suspected of being a serial killer, who for the past eight years has been killing young women fitting a description that matches hers.
Delving into her husband's past, she uncovers information of which she had previously been unaware, which causes her to question just what her husband may have been hiding. Yet, despite all that she discovers, she believes steadfastly that her husband is not what he is suspected of being.
At the same time that this is going on, the man who had fifteen years earlier been convicted of brutally beating and raping Steve's sister, Emily, causing her to be institutionalized, is released from prison and is believed to be in the area, seeking revenge. Does this also have something to do with Steve's disappearance?
Things are not always what they seem, as the reader will discover. There are enough plausible twists and turns in this novel of suspense to satisfy even the most exacting and demanding of readers. This is a gripping read from beginning to end and one of the best in its genre.
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I read all 15 thrillers by Carlene Thompson via library a few years ago and finally ordered them in hardcover.
Don't want to give away the plot, but this book is as thrilling as her other novels.
Very recommendable, especially for Mary Higgins Clark and Marjorie Dorner fans.
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I have read all of Carlene Thompson's books, and have enjoyed every single one of them. I find her books thrilling, and the stories so compelling, with a twist at the end, that once I start reading the book I cannot put it down. I was in the USA looking in Borders for a good book to read when I picked up one of hers, and after having read it I knew I had to read the others. When I came back to the UK I had great difficulty in finding her books but luckily was able to purchase them on the internet. Has she written another book yet?, and if so when will it be in the shops for sale, does anyone know? For anyone who likes really good murder mysteries I would highly recommend all of her books.
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