Vanished - Chris Niles Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330493868 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Chris Niles / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2004-02-06 by Pan Books
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by - written on 30/01/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
==Background:== I was in holiday a few months ago when a lady who was staying at the same Hotel as me remarked that I was always reading. I was a little taken aback by this, telling her I loved books. After a while chatting about favourite authors, she told me she had just read this book at it was quite outstanding. Months down the track I finally got round to reading it and reviewing it. ==About the author:== Although born in New Zealand Chris Niles has moved about so far in her life in places such as England, Australia and Hungary. These days she chooses to live and write in Brooklyn, USA. So far in her successful writing career she has ... Read the complete review
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