Cold Revenge

Cold Revenge

by Catherine Cavendish

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Some dinner invitations are best ignored...

For no apparent reason, Nadine, Maggie, Gary, and Nick are invited to dinner at the lavish home of top fashion writer, Erin Dartford. But why has she invited them? Why doesn't she want her guests to mingle? And just what is it about the mysterious Erin that makes them want to run for their lives?

Little do they know that as they prepare to eat their first course, an evil as old as mankind is about to be unleashed. And revenge really is a dish best served cold...

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BN ID: 2940162031758
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 07/09/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 649 KB

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Cold Revenge 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Brinda_Berry More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this eerie tale that kept me up reading past bedtime. It's one of those that builds at a nice steady pace. Then you suddenly realize you are turning the pages faster and faster (swiping the iPad screen in my case). The story allows you to see an equal glimpse into the lives of each interesting guest. The mysterious and creepy hostess, Erin, has invited a seemingly unrelated guest list. I found myself trying to figure out the reason for her invitation and was unsuccessful. So, the author truly surprised me with the plot twist near the end.
suziereaderCA More than 1 year ago
Short, creepy and unpredictable. The mysterious Erin Dartford, a powerful fashion critic, has invited several people she doesn't know to her estate for a lavish dinner. Intrigued, and just a little afraid of Dartford, her guests oblige and learn that revenge is a dish best served cold.
Chukkie More than 1 year ago
If you look back at my review of Cavendish's first offering, In My Lady's Chamber, you will see that I said "Cavendish captures the atmosphere perfectly and demonstrates an ability to chill in the great British tradition". She proves herself yet again with her novella, Cold Revenge, which is a much more complex and clever tale, brilliantly executed in a manner that will delight lovers of Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected and the old Twilight Zone shows. I loved the fact that there is a message in here, and one frighteningly relevant in present times. It should be compulsory reading in the City of London and Wall Street.