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What Doesn't Kill Her: A Thriller Audio Download – Unabridged

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I stumbled across this book by accident really. The author starts the story with a gripping plot, and develops the characters very quickly and skilfully.

The plots takes many twists and turns and you really don't see the climatic end coming.

The book is well researched and very well written, first novel for me by this author but certainly not the last.

Highly recommended.
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First time I have read anything by this author and to start with thought the style of writing was very disjointed. However, as the story progressed it got better and better and I couldn't put it down. Gripping storyline leaves me hunting for more stories from this author.
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A superb start to a classic murder mystery, but storyline got progressively weaker. The characters didn't ring true, and the ending, including the identity of the murderer, was very predictable. I felt it was written to formula, with an eye to the big or the little screen.
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Absolutely couldn't put down! First time read of this author and will definitely be finding another title to read straight after this review!
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This is the first Collins novel I've read and I would try him again - once - to see whether I just hit a bad one. He's eye wateringly prolific and I couldn't help thinking if he slowed down and put a bit more thought into this plot, it could have been a really classy thriller. Presumably he doesn't need to be outstanding. He just needs to keep producing.

The novel baffled me because it skidded between really beautifully written, tight, stylish prose into awkward and clunky descriptive passages, as if written by two people. The plot set up was strong, but the broad cast of characters meant too many were abandoned and underdeveloped. Most puzzling of all was the overt signalling of the murderer very early on in the novel. Short of wearing a badge that read 'dunnit' and twirling a moustache, there was only one character who could possibly have dibs on serial murder, and disappointingly, he was the one. Which meant that keen eyed police detectives, razor sharp computer hacks, and kung fu experts with grudges to bear had to be temporarily thick as planks not to work out what was so grindingly obvious to the reader from the outset.

But, there were passages written with such flair and economy, and flashes of warmth and wit in the characterisation that made me long to read another by this author. If any of his books is consistently as good as the best bits of this, I'd be hooked.
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Well it seemed to start okay and then drifted on and on and on getting nowhere fast. I must confess to getting so bored I had to skip to the end parts and last chapter. It just lacked grit and pace and did not keep me interested.
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This is a very nasty whodunnit featuring a religious maniac who specialises in murder. The plot is highly original and does hang together logically.
But for me this was so very far-fetched that its probability was near zero and that spoiled it.
But see what you think.
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From the moment I picked it up I had to finish it! My grandaughter actually bought it for me so pleased she did!
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