First Thrills - Various (edited by Lee Child) Reviews
Description:ISBN 1848876947 /
Newest Review: ... name would be disappointed I think. Fellow established author Jeffrey Deaver's contribution The Plot was one of my favourite ... more
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by - written on 07/11/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I bought this book in Kindle format when it was on offer on Amazon for £1.00. I had not read a Lee Child book before but had heard good things about them. I thought this would be a good introduction. However the book is not a Lee Child novel but a selection of short stories by established and new thriller writers. Child just writes the introduction and one of the stories. The stories are written by 12 established writers such as Child, Jeffrey Deaver and Karin Slaughter, and thirteen new ones, with the idea that we could discover new talent in a competitive genre. The book opens with a lovely story by Gregg Hurwitz called The Thief and was ... Read the complete review
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