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Who Killed September Falls?: An Arianne Tawnison Mystery by [Young, Annette]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1666 KB
  • Print Length: 152 pages
  • Publisher: Creative1 Publishing (30 July 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008RBYSFC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #533,393 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Downloaded this to go away on holiday with and couldn't put it down!! Needless to say, the wife wasn't impressed!

Won't give the story away but this is superbly written, with realistic characters you can relate to and the ending will blow you away!

Will leave you thinking about it long after you put it down - worth every penny.

Enjoy.
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Absolutely Brilliant!! From the very first page right to the last I was completely captivated. Characters were believable and had you following their lives from the start. Definitely Annette is a writer to watch out for and can't wait for her next book. You must read it!!!!!!!!
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Wow bought this book and found I couldn't put it down. The characters and visionary story kept me on the edge of my seat , the anticipation the drama everything about this book is a must read. This will be a book I read again !!!! Please buy this book
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Loving Miss Young's latest novel. The preface unusually gives you the first-hand view from September perspective as the victim followed by the first hand account of the investigation by the lead character, Arianne. Miss Young's writing skills lead you through the drama of the murder,the emotion of the investigation and builds up to quite a heart pumping last couple of chapters, I found myself reading faster and faster as I approached the finale. You can really picture these characters and you soon find yourself really hoping your favourite isn't the guilty party. A couple of twists along the way, I didn't guess the final outcome - in itself a rarity these days. Well done, and really hope this novel is the first in a range of crime novels from this talented writer.
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Brilliant read,right from the start I couldn't put it down,I started reading yesterday & finished it today. Gripping from the start & the last couple of chapters had me sat on the edge of my seat,can't wait for Annette's next book,if it's as good as this one she's definately on a winner
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Not having read any of Annettes' books before I had no idea what to expect! Have to say I was pleasantly surprised. Great book with plot twists that lead me down a couple of dead ends before dragging me back. I look forward to reading more of her work!!
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So. I didn’t get off to a good start with the first few chapters; I found them long-winded and winding, and I struggled to differentiate the actions from the introspection. September’s character was brought out nicely, but I didn’t really get much sense of Arianne in the first chapter or two – she seemed to just drift, doing things because that was the next step in the plot rather than because she actually had a driving motive. I also didn’t really get a sense of the bond between the Arianne and September, which did affect the motive.

On which note, I have an unfortunate tendency to be cynical, and I think this ruins a lot of plots for me. The diary was sent the day before she died – cue dramatic music! The old friend’s been in love with our heroine the entire time? Oh, the shock. (Neither of those are spoilers, btw. You find out within the first chapter or two). But considering my reaction to those, I didn’t view any of the subsequent developments with any degree of leniency. I actually skipped a few chapters in the middle to find out if I was right about the killer, and oh look, I was. Let’s just say that it ain’t an unusual motive.

I think the strength of this book lies in its characterisations of both September, coming through everyone else, and the people around her. The plot uses the same standard elements, put into a story that doesn’t break any of the norms for a murder mystery. The writing is fine, nothing to complain about – but then I’m not in ecstatic rhapsody about it either. It was apparently written in a month to show that it could be done (hello NaNoWriMo!), but I’m pleased to say it doesn’t show – it’s not rushed or full of errors, and it’s obviously a carefully considered story.
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Always exciting to find new writers who create characters that are believable. That is exactly what Annette has done here, and with enough twists to satisfy the biggest who done it fan. One of those books that is worth reading twice. I have a feeling we may be hearing lot more from Annette Young if this book is anything to go by.
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