The Chatham School Affair

The Chatham School Affair

by Thomas H. Cook
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Chatham School Affair 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For reasons like The Chatham School Affair, Thomas H. Cook is my favorite author. This book, unlike some of his others, does not have the wrenching plot twists we have come to expect from Cook. It does have more subtle character twists. It does bring that that big payoff at the end, which fits very well into this story. The last page changes our minds about the main character. Very smoothly written, easy to follow despite the many characters. Each person has a place and is defined quite well. Cook has very good control over his use of suspense. The 'murder mystery' genre applauds this title. I reccomend reading this title over a few days. It's definitely not a one-day read.
painter1 More than 1 year ago
Beautiful command of the language, plots filled with tension and surprises. Cook never fails to give me a thought provoking read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Thomas Cook's books. He has such great imagination and a wonderful new twist on mystery. Read one and you will be hooked!
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A deeply suspenseful and atmospheric tale,the setting of which is cape cod in the 1920's. A story of impossible love, deep misunderstanding, obsession and betrayal...and betrayal on so many levels,from so many sources. It leaves you questioning who to blame.
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buryuntime More than 1 year ago
This book was okay, definitely not the best by Cook. It took me awhile to get hooked to the book but once that happened I didn't put it down. The whole book feels predictable until you get to the last pages and you're like "Oh". So when I got to the end it was a surprise but the rest of the book didn't keep me guessing... guess I should have been. =]
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