Don't Look Now - Richard Montanari Reviews
Description:ISBN 009952483X / Paperback: 336 pages / Publisher: Arrow / Published: 8 Dec 2011
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by - written on 17/11/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Richard Montanari is an American author I was first introduced to when one of his books was in the Quick Picks section in my local library. The cover of that particular book was what dragged me in, so when I was recently browsing for something new to read and remembered my previous good experience, and then spotted this book then I felt I was going to enjoy reading this one too. Don't Look Now is the 1996 UK version of a novel released a year earlier in the US called Deviant Ways. Montanari is someone I would class as writing a good pyschological chiller - books that are based upon crime and policing, but have a story that chills you to the bone when you are ... Read the complete review
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