Time Of Death - Beverly Barton Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561403 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Beverly Barton / 448 Pages / Publisher: Avon / Released: 02.09.2010
Newest Review: ... for fame and fortune. Years later, when fame didn't take a shine to her, she returns to her hometown where Birkitt is now the ... more
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by - written on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from this given that I hadn't heard of Barton before, but the taglines on the front intrigued me: 'The devil is in the detail...' and 'The New York Times bestseller', along with a quote from another crime author Tess Gerritsen : 'Shocking and terrifying, it will chill you to the bone' . Whilst it wasn't the most poorly written crime thriller, I don't think it really lived up to the claims on the cover and overall it was a tad disappointing. Time Of Death introduces us to Lorie Hammonds, a woman who, in her younger years, fell in love with Mike Birkitt, until she upped and left for fame and fortune. Years later, when fame ... Read the complete review
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