The Safe House - Nicci French Reviews
Description:ISBN 0140270361 / Author: Nicci French / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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Customer The Safe House - Nicci French Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/10/12, updated on 22/10/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
If there's one thing I can do when I'm ill, it's tank my way through a lot of reading material. Daytime TV is a crime against intelligent society and sadly there's only so much one can filter through the treasures of On Demand TV through Virgin, so more often than not I get through being under the weather by going through a hefty heap of books. So it was that yesterday, in one sitting, I went through the entity of The Safe House, admittedly not the heftiest tome in the back catalogue of husband-and-wife writing team Nicci Gerrard and Sean French (aka Nicci French as you are more likely than not already aware), but a satisfying and engrossing read nonetheless. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/06, updated on 29/07/06 (Very useful, 205 readings)
As I'm slowly reading my way through Nicci French's books, I was glad to find 'The Safe House' for a mere 50 pence on one of my many hospital visits in the local shop there. At such a bargain price would I find it as good as some of the others? Let's find out. * The plot * A brutal murder starts the first chapter - Leo MacKenzie and his wife are found dead in their own home - horribly mutilated. The housekeeper that finds them makes a further grim discovery - their daughter Fiona (Finn) is in her bed, taped up and bloody, and barely alive. Severely traumatised after a long stint in hospital, Finn is sent to stay with Samantha ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/06 (Very useful, 188 readings)
Introduction I have read four books by Nicci French now, all of which I have enjoyed, although with varying degrees of enjoyment. I read this book immediately after having read another of her books, The Red Room and I think I would have benefited from giving Nicci French a rest before embarking on The Safe House. Nevertheless, I couldn't put it down and managed to whip through it in about three hours. The author Nicci French is a pseudonym for a journalist and her journalist husband, Nicci Gerard and Sean French. Both have degrees in English Literature from Oxford University. They have worked for a number of newspapers and magazines between them, ... Read the complete review
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