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The Widow File (A Dani Britton Thriller) by [Redling, S.G.]
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About the Author

S.G. Redling parlayed her degree in English from Georgetown University into various careers, including waitress, monument tour guide, sheepskin packer, and radio host. She has leapt from a plane and a moving train, gotten lost in Istanbul and locked in the dining car of a midnight train through the Carpathians. She currently lives in Huntington, West Virginia, and is also the author of the thriller Flowertown.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1248 KB
  • Print Length: 203 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (1 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C1LUR0O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #143,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By mazo on 5 Nov. 2014
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it was exciting but not too understandable at the end.
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A gripping, fast moving, we'll told and believable story. Does it really take place over three days. OK, there are some flashbacks, and there is the wind up aftermath, but the action actually takes less than three days. There is just so much of it the the time scale seems unreal. Good read. Could not put it down.
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Bought the story on a deal at Amazon. Well worth the 99p. Lost some sleep to finish it. Try it.
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The Wudow File started with a cold blooded murder which took my interest immediately, then it lost it's impetuous until just before half way,then it went up and up taking me with it in a spellbound ride. It went catastrophic at the end and was totally breathtaking. The , at the end, there was an u expected twist, which was great.
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*contains spoilers*
I purchased this book as I had recently read another book by this author and thoroughly enjoyed it. This book lived up to expectations (although I found the first chapters where the scene is set and their job is described quite dull and I nearly put it down - glad I didnt!!!). I really like the characters that the author creates, they are strong and smart without being unnaturally so. The overall premise of this book was good, I liked the twists that were mixed in, I thought Tom was well written and described lightly enough for you to draw your own conclusions whilst also having a solid enough character to being believable. I think what I liked most about this book was that it didnt take the 'obvious' route. For example *spoiler alert* it would have been so easy to make ChooChoo a traitor, we didnt know how he managed to escape unnoticed, we knew very little about him and he seemed too convenient - instead she kept him as a good character and friend throughout and I really liked this.

Overall a strong book, a good read, and a nice way to pass a hungover bank holiday Monday.
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From the first page I knew that this was going to be my sort of book. The way that Hunter mused about what he had to do and how to do it seemed so natural even though he was a killer. Dani was great as the lead heroine and was so resourceful. When she returned to work and was trapped in her office listening to the gunmen working their way through the office, my heart was pounding and I was jittery about how she would make her escape. Choo-Choo (yes it does seem a silly name but it fitted with his character) so reminded me of a lovely male friend and I thought he was gorgeous. I just had to keep reading and I was exhausted by the time I had finished the book. There are the thrills and the scary bits but there is also the friendship and the sadness. I absolutely loved it.
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Different did not know what to expect never read this author before but thoroughly enjoyed the book and will sample another one.
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The story has many twists and turns. From being attacked by a terrorist group, escaping, being the victim of a man hunt to a discovery of "the truth" only to be led into another blind alley. Dani the heroine of the geeks has more lives than you can shake a stick at. Far fetched yes, but nevertheless enjoyable.
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