The Dying Game - Beverly Barton Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Beverly Barton / Kindle Edition / 449 Pages / Book is published 2008-09-04 by Avon
Newest Review: ... death, and that the pain is still so raw that he pushes anyone that wants to help him away. Judd hired a private detective ... more
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by - written on 01/04/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This is the first Beverly Barton book that I have read and I must say that I was completely hooked from the first chapter. I try not to give too much away when writing reviews about books as I'm sure that some people would like to read them themselves. ----The Plot and key characters ------- The story is split into chapters that are each from a different characters perspective. The first character that you read about is Judd Walker a grieving widow whose wife was butchered to death by a crazed serial killer. It is obvious that time has yet to heal the wounds of Judd's wife (Jennifer's) death, and that the pain is still so raw that he pushes anyone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
The dying game by Beverly Barton is a book I picked up in a charity shop for under £1 but you can purchase it on various websites currently on Amazon from 1p to £8 and Kindle for £2. I read the back of the book in the charity shop and thought it sounded like a good murder story that would enthral me. Having got it home it went on my bookshelf and sat awaiting my attention for a few months, by then I had forgotten what the story was about and didn't read the back, just jumped straight in. This may have been a slight mishap on my part as I ended up confused for the first few pages, so much so I had to read the back of the book again; by then I figured out ... Read the complete review
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