Beg To Die - Beverley Barton Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Beverly Barton / Paperback / Publication Date: 2010 / Publisher: Avon Books
Newest Review: ... feature repeatedly in her books. I was informed however, that you do not need to read her books in a particular order for ... more
Price Comparison for Beg To Die - Beverley Barton
Beverly Barton Beg to Die
Death is the only escape!
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Spanner Single Open End 3/4"AF Price for 1 Each
SPANNER SINGLE OPEN END 3/4AF AF Size - Imperial: 3/4 Length: 1 ...
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Beg To Die - Beverley Barton Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/07/12, updated on 19/07/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Cherokee Point in Tennessee has seen murder before, but nothing quite as gruesome as that which has claimed the life of playboy Jamie Upton. Indeed so much hatred for Jamie appears to have been involved in this murder, that the authorities are sure it must have been someone he knew who has killed him. Jazzy Talbot, Jamie's former girlfriend, finds to her surprise that she is the number one suspect in the hunt for the killer. She knows she didn't kill Jamie but it doesn't help that she has publicly stated she would kill him prior to his death. Jazzy finds herself running scared as she discovers that she is being stalked and fears for her life as the killer ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Beg To Die - Beverley Barton
Caedmon's Song - Peter Robinson - Strong sense of atmosphere, people and place Slightly old-fashioned feel when compared with modern thrillers
The Nearest Exit - Olen Steinhauer - Perfectly readable Adds nothing new to an overcrowded genre
The Curse of the Pharaohs - Elizabeth Peters - great characters lots of witty dialogue and a bit of Egyptian history none
The Scarpetta Factor - Patricia Cornwell - Cornwell's writing is always pleasant to read Mediocre heroes and uneventful end after a huge build up.
At the Stroke of Madness - Alex Kava - Cracking murder mystery A bit short in length
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Heist Society - Ally Carter|
Intrigue, mystery, thrill
Should have more personal interaction
|IGCSE Maths Edexcel Answers (for Workbook) - Richard Parsons||Instructions for a Heatwave - Maggie O'farrell|
The characters are perfectly drawn
The action is a touch minimal
|The Makioka Sisters - Junichiro Tanizaki||Love, Lies and High Heels - Debby Conrad|
Romance, easy read, funny moments, hard to put down, left you wanting to know more about them, twist
Characters hard to believe, book finished as you wanted to know more about their new lives
|The Man-eater of Malgudi - R. K. Narayan|
|The Pink Hotel - Anna Stothard|
Not exciting in a traditional sense
|While It Lasts - Abbi Glines|
|Hold Your Breath - Caroline Green|
|The Creeper - Tania Carver|
Good story, well written, plenty of suspense
A couple of things didn't make sense at first, due to there being a previous novel.