Lynda la Plante in general Reviews
Description:Author: Lynda la Plante
Newest Review: ... memory of it after. It is hoped that Dr Franks will be able to hypnotise and find the root of her problems and cure her tormented mind. Ruda is a wild cat trainer at a circus in Berlin. She has never made any secret that she was a prisoner at Auschwitz. although she never tells anyone what she suffered. She can remember her twin and they were seperated after the camp was liberated and she ... more
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by - written on 19/07/01, updated on 20/07/01 (Very useful, 194 readings)
I think that Lynda LaPlante is one of the most talented female writers this country has produced. Most people will have either read or seen something of Lynda's and I would think most people would have enjoyed it. Most of her writing would come under the category of crime/thriller. They are exciting stories and have many twists and turns along the way and quite often leave you very confused until very near the end. If you would like to read something different by her I would like to recommened a book called "Entwined". This book was written back in 1992 and the backdrop to the story is the Holocaust. Have you ever heard the name ... Read the complete review
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