Whole World Blind

Whole World Blind

by Michael B. Mefford

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$7.99

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ISBN-13: 9781448694372
Publisher: CreateSpace
Publication date: 08/24/2009
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

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Whole World Blind 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
Ralphetta More than 1 year ago
This thriller takes place in South Carolina . The old State Hospital is a true location that brings the fiction detail to life. If you enjoy a quick read that holds your interest on every page and cannot put down till then end - this book is for you. Book clubs will enjoy and the author will call in and answer questions from its members- David Baldacci and Harlen Cobin move over this author is right there with you.
RadMD22 More than 1 year ago
Having spent time in various mental health facilities, I found this book to be excellent. From the old psychiatric hospital to the darkest recesses of the human condition, everything rang true to me. Despite what another reviewer has written, I thought this was an accurate, thought-provoking book written by someone who has been there. But most importantly, it's just a great read.
ChucklesLane More than 1 year ago
A definite Must Read! Couldn't put it down! I'm hoping there will be more to come; a Dr. Carson series perhaps?!? That would be awesome!
Planet More than 1 year ago
If you love thrillers, you'll love this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book from start to finish
TheBookJournal on LibraryThing 4 months ago
Storyline:Wow. Really great. If you are into psychological thrillers you should read this book. There have been many psych. thrillers written as of late, but this one has structure and substance. You can see the flow of events and, since the book takes place in the authors back yard, there is credibility to the work. While this is a work of fiction, the story reads like true life.Story Characters:This was pretty intense. You felt real pain when reading what Dr. Jack Carson had to go through and how he dealt with each test that was thrown at him. You find yourself caring not only about him, but wanting to get in the head of the killer and understand their point of view and reasons for his actions. Michael Mefford did a great job in making the characters of his book not only important but not one of them was a throw-away.Writing Style:I was hooked from the first page. While it's no surprise I am a huge fan of psych thrillers, it's rare to find one that isn't forced or unrealistic. Mr. Mefford has managed to write in a way that we could be reading an article in tomorrow's paper about a real psychopath. The pacing was great and the actual writing was fluid.Editing Style:Really nice work. Nothing jumped out at me.Overall Thoughts:If you like psychological thrillers, this is a must read. I hope to be seeing more from this author.
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Worth reading!
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I dont know what book the one reviewer was reading but there is no vulgarity in this book. A good thriller from page one. Highly recommend.
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