Book Reviews of Bogeyman

Bogeyman
Bogeyman
Author: Gayle Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780778323617
ISBN-10: 0778323617
Publication Date: 12/1/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 144 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
The Bogeyman .... a child's worst nightmare, a mother's worst fear. Awesome book! An old murder mystery, a new murder, a little paranormal and a little romance. This book has it all!
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Helpful Score: 2
I loved this book. This is about a mother and 4 year old daughter who moves into a new home after the husband passes away. Daughter has some strange dreams after they move in and a psychologist thinks it is from the father passing away. The mother finds out there was a child murdered 25 years ago and thinks the dreams and the murder are related. Very good book.
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Helpful Score: 2
Great suspense novel, with belivable paranormal occurances. Highly recommend it for anyone who likes their romance a little scarey!
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Helpful Score: 2
GREAT READ,COULDN'T PUT DOWN TILL I FOUND OUT WHAT HAPPEN.SURPRISE ENDING!!
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Helpful Score: 1
My first by Gayle Wilson. Won't be my last. Very good read. Fast moving and attention holding.
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Helpful Score: 1
This was my first read of this author and I was not disappointed. She kept me on the edge of my seat. I eventually figured out the identify of the bogeyman before the ending but I was still thoroughly entertained.
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Helpful Score: 1
Great book with lots of suspense. Great twists!
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This is one you will be afraid to put down!
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Loved it . Romantic suspense!
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keeps you in suspense
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My first Gayle Wilson book . . .

The writing was excellent and the plot was great. Blythe, a young widow, returns to her hometown to raise her 4 year old daughter, Maddie. The safety and comfort of home is short lived when unexplained happenings strike home. Blythe is reminded of a 20 year old murder of a young girl that has remained unsolved. Is the ghost of that young girl using Maddie as means to uncovering her killer? Blythe and the handsome sheriff work together to solve the mystery and protect young Maddie.

Now, if I liked the book so much, why 3 stars? Well, Blythe does some pretty stupid things that just irritated me at every turn. If you are a fan of the Walking Dead you will understand my claim that Blythe watches Maddie like Laurie watches Carl. Both of them gals need kicked in the rear. This fact isn't enough to turn me off this author.
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i love this book-kept me on the edge of me seat.....read it within 2 days
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aA child's worst nightmare. A mother's worst fear..A year after the death of her husband, Blythe Wyndham moves with her 4 year old daughter, Maddie, back to the small town where she grew up. But soon after they move in to their new home, strange things begin to happen. Maddie has disturbingly intense nightmares-so intense that Blythe fears one night she may not be able to awaken her daughter. A psychologist explains tht Maddies dreams are simply the result of her father's death. but Blythe knows something else is wrong, Becausse she's also heardd the ghostly tapping at her daughters window...Convinced the house is haunted, Blythe researches the town's history and discovers that a little girl had been brutally murdered in the area twenty-five years ago. Could there be some connection between this dead child and Maddie? With the help of Sheriff Cade Jackson, Blythe tries to seperate past horrors from the present dangers and struggles to distinguish the real from the imagined. But someone is clearly determined to keep a secret--and will kill again to do so
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When Blythe Wyndham moves her 4 year old daughter Maddie back to the town that she grew up in, she thinks that she is doing the right thing. Then Maddie starts having horrible nightmares about a child that was brutally murdered 25 years ago.
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Very good book and I will be reading more from this author.
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Mystery and the paranormal take an unexpected twist in Gayle Wilson's Bogeyman. A page turner -for sure.
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It was good but I was disappointed in the bogeyman.
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This is a great mystery And the author is fairly new writer...
A book you wont want to put down....
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A great romantic suspense with a surpise twist ending. I didn't want to put it down!
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A child's worst nightmare. A mother's worst fear.

A year after the death of her husband, Blythe Windham moves with her four-year-old daughter, Maddie, back to the small town where she grew up. But soon after they move in to their new home, strange things begin to happen. Maddie has disturbingly intense nightmares -- so intence that Blythe fears one night she may not be able to awaken her daughter. A psychologist explains that Maddie's dreams are simply the result of her father's death, but Blythe knows something else is wrong. Because she's also heard the ghostly tapping at her daughter's window . . .

Convinced the house is haunted, Blythe researches the town's history and discovers that a little girl had been brutally murdered in the area twenty-five years ago. Could there be some connection between this dead child and Maddie? With the help of Sheriff Cade Jackson, Blythe tries to separate past horrors from present dangers and struggles to distinguish the real from the imagined. But someone is clearly determined to keep a secret -- and will kill again to do so.
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Excellent book.
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Good book.
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great read
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When a young window returns to her home town with her daughter, she is pulled into a living nightmare of old crimes, new threats, and what seems to be a very realisting haunting. It's a genuinely scary book, but once The Bad Guy is revealed, his motives don't really ring true.