The Bestseller - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Stephen Leather / Kindle Edition / Publication Date: 2011
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Lightening is flashing and thunder is splitting the Californian night sky as a young girl called Kirsty sneaks onto a yacht in the dead of night. Her mission is to find the laptop which holds the information that she is looking for - the proof that someone is trying to kill her. However, before she can complete her task, Kirsty is interrupted and a terrifying confrontation takes place. The action then switches to present day New York where Dudley Grose, a disillusioned, middle aged lecturer is teaching a creative writing course, "a writing course for dummies," as he refers to it. The lecture ticks along as normal with the sharing of (mainly dreadful) works in .. Read the complete review
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