FRY

FRY

by Lorna Dounaeva

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BN ID: 2940150403932
Publisher: Lorna Dounaeva
Publication date: 09/24/2014
Series: The McBride Vendetta Psychological Thriller Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 270
Sales rank: 531,725
File size: 398 KB

About the Author

Lorna Dounaeva is a quirky British crime writer who once challenged a Flamenco troupe to a dance-off. She is a politics graduate and worked for the British Home Office for a number of years, before turning to crime fiction. She loves books and films with strong female characters and her influences include Single White Female and Sleeping with the Enemy. She lives in Surrey, England with her husband and their 3 children, who keep her busy wiping food off the ceiling and removing mints from USB sockets.You can follow her @LornaDounaeva on Twitter or at www.LornaDounaeva.com

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Fry 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Lovz-Books 4 months ago
Ever since she nearly ran the girl over, things have not been the same for Isabel. She feels like she owes this girl, Alicia, something. So she gets her a job at the supermarket, gets her a place to stay, and invites her to hang out with her and her friends. But suddenly she’s become too chummy, too good. What’s up with that? There’s something peculiar about Alicia. She’s shy and quite, but she can do things. How did she start the bar-b-que without any matches? There’s definitely something wrong here, and the worst part is that nobody believes Isabel. Suddenly, Isabel is a suspect in a fire. Could this new “friend” be a wolf in sheep’s clothing? Who is she? But, more importantly, what is she? The concept was really interesting, although the pace might’ve been a little slow. The story is written in the 1st person, so the reader feels everything Isabel feels—anger, confusion, jealousy, suspicion, etc. Freaky how Alicia was able to infiltrate herself into Isabel’s life. What is she, some kind of demon or something? Quick and intriguing. Simple and captivating.