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Linwood Barclay Bad Move
Pages: 320, Hardcover, Bantam Books
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Too Close to Home - Linwood BarclayToo close for comfort? (1088 words)
by emmachilcott - written on 22/08/09, updated on 29/08/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Linwood Barclay has been writing for years, both as a journalist and an author, but recently his popularity has grown considerably mainly due to his best seller: No Time for Goodbye, which won Richard and Judy's Summer Read Competition. I thoroughly enjoyed reading that book, so I was automatically drawn to his latest novel: Too Close to Home. Too Close to Home is the story of what seems on the face of it, an everyday American family. The Cutter family consists of a Mother (Ellen), a Father (Jim) and a teenage son (Derek), making a satisfied yet modest living, living in a comfortable home and generally getting on with life. This all falls apart in dramatic style very ...
Too Close to Home - Linwood BarclayThis time there is a triple murder next door... (780 words)
by azana - written on 21/08/09, updated on 22/08/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
It was with a sense of anticipation that I started reading "Too Close to Home" by Linwood Barclay, having thoroughly enjoyed "No Time for Goodbye", his best seller of last year. I often find when I have really enjoyed a book by an author another title can either be just as enjoyable, or a real letdown. Generally there is no middle ground, but with this book as I read it my emotions were mixed. Continuing the theme of "Book with a snappy title which sums up the plot", this book is about a family, the Cutters, who live next to a the Langley family who are murdered. The story is set in Promise Falls in upstate New York. Derek Cutter, the ...
No Time For Goodbye - Linwood BarclayA Page-Turning Thought Provoking Read! (1031 words)
by bluejules - written on 13/07/08, updated on 13/07/08 (Very useful, 206 readings)
difficult to put down. No Time for Goodbye is one of the Richard and Judy s summer read books. ~ The Author ~ Between 1996 and 2000 Linwood Barclay published four non-fiction books, including a memoir about growing up in cottage country. Then in 2004, he launched his mystery series about an anxiety-ridden, know-it-all father by the name of Zack Walker. No Time for Goodbye is his first stand-alone thriller and was published in 2007. Barclay was born in the United States and moved to Canada when he was a young child. He obtained an Honours B.A. in English at Trent University, in Peterborough, Ontario, and it was at Trent that he met the woman who would become his ...