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“She has a crisp and intelligent style, and a real way with tension.” —Mo Hayder, author, The Devil of Nanking
“Equal parts Daphne du Maurier, Josephine Tey and Ruth Rendell, Rayne possesses superb storytelling skills.” —US Mystery Guild
“Rayne handles her complex plot with great skill and the suspense is held to the very end.” —Shots
Posted August 9, 2009
Just when you think you know the characters, Sarah Rayne tosses in a new piece and you must change your perceptions of their motives.
She has written a story that falls into two different time periods. The plot of each finds you excited for the next part of the tale without forcing you to read the second story just to get through it.
The book is just creepy enough to warrant staying awake to read just one chapter but you will not be afraid of the dark.