Book Reviews of Downtick

Downtick
Downtick
Author: Regan C. Ashbaugh
ISBN-13: 9780671018894
ISBN-10: 0671018892
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 576
Rating:
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5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Reviewer: Anna Klein (Maine, USA)
David Johnson is a big name on Wall Street. Jonah Roberts is a farmer in Maine. Both men are being stalked by a psychopath they met once in college and haven't thought about since. The story that follows can only be described as amazing.
Downtick has no dull moments and is full of interesting police procedure, an insider's view of Wall Street, and a very accurate portrayal of rural Maine. Regan Ashbaugh keeps upping the stakes until by the end of Downtick the reader would like to jump into the pages and catch this psychopath himself. The whole book is full of twists and turns and the last Part is suspense at its best.

Regan Ashbaugh is not a literary writer and Downtick contains some cliches. However, his characters are not stereotyped, his vilian is terrifying, and his suspense is perfect.

I have read this thriller twice. Highly recommended.