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A new novel of psychological suspense and terror by the Edgar Award-winning author of The Dark Room. When a homeless man is discovered dead in the garage of a wealthy woman in one of the richest neighborhoods in the world, journalist Michael Deacon's curiosity about the case leads him on a chilling journey into the past. 384 pp. 60,000 print.
Walters (The Dark Room, 1995, etc.), who's spent too long in Ruth Rendell's shadow, bids fair to break out of the pack with this teasing, impassioned puzzle, which shows her growing and broadening her range with a vitality as alarming as her characters'.
“Grips like steel…Plays havoc with your emotions, keeps you awake, ends with joy and relief.”
–Francis Fyfield, Mail on Sunday
From the Hardcover edition.
Posted November 1, 2002
This was overall a good book. It kept me reading and it was hard to put down. But there are a lot of things happening at the same time and every so often you have to look back to figure things out. But I do recommend to any avid reader.
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