A Deep Deceit - Hilary Bonner Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099280922 / Author: Hilary Bonner / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... is determined to face her past and admit to a crime that she was responsible for. However, Carl has other ideas, a fact that ... more
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Hilary Bonner A Deep Deceit
Pages: 384, Edition: New Ed, Paperback, Arrow
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by - written on 08/11/06 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I’ve read a couple of Hilary Bonner’s books in the past and have thoroughly enjoyed them. She is a typical ‘cosy’ crime writer and usually focuses on police procedurals. This book is slightly different. Billed as a thriller, it is much more along the lines of a Ruth Rendell/Barbara Vine or Nicci French novel. It is exactly the type of book that I theoretically enjoy; unfortunately, it did not seem to flow as well as her other books. In fact, in parts, it was positively clumsy. The story Suzanne and Carl live in St Ives and have done ever since Carl rescued ‘Suzanne’ as she is now known from an abusive marriage, of which she still has nightmares. Slowly ... Read the complete review
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