Imagine believing you are the only living version of yourself.
Both guards and inmates have already adjudged Helen as a rotten copper – before her trial - and as just another crim.
An unusual tale, told in a series of twists… I’ve read no crime novel like this before
I've seen both Reacher movies now, and am hoping to get a review copy of Lee Child's latest. So, here I am, in the meanwhile, on holiday at my sister's place in Byron Bay, and browsing through their book cupboard. I find Make Me! And as I'm putting it back after enjoying it, I find Personal! … Continue reading A Lee Child holiday!
Jack is made invisible by sending him to training school – where he finds two other ‘students’, invisible to personnel in the Military Police, the FBI and the CIA.
As many followers know, the crime genre is my favourite. I've been reviewing crime for New Zealand's distributor for a few years now. So WHY have I only just discovered Lee Child?!? I've just finished reading his Reacher novel number 21, sent me by BooksellersNZ And visited Mr Child's site. And watched a YouTube vid … Continue reading Lee CHILD … How did I not know?
No happy endings in this thrilling, chilling tale... ... leaving me looking forward to seeing where Arlidge will take DI Grace next.
FBI Special Agent Roger Liu is allocated the case (# 332578) of a missing pregnant teen, Dorothy Salucci. His partner and he follow leads and interview the parents and the young father. Liu has a personal need to focus on child abduction cases, his unusual partner understands, and as their sometimes unorthodox methods get results … Continue reading The Method, by Shannon Kirk
Liar Liar is the fourth in Arlidge’s DI Helen Grace thriller series, following Eeney Meeney, Pop Goes the Weasel and The Doll’s House.
Publisher: “My father said nothing, not that first day or the next day or any of the subsequent ones. Instead he sat in his armchair, mouthing words as though conducting some unfinished argument. One day I asked him if Mum was in Heaven. ‘No.” ‘Where is she?’ 'Rotting in Hell.’ ‘But Hell is for bad … Continue reading Close Your Eyes, by Michael ROBOTHAM