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The Madman's Diary
The Madman's Diary
Author: Thom Racina
ISBN-13: 9780451203618
ISBN-10: 0451203615
Publication Date: 4/1/2001
Pages: 448
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Palm Springs interior designer Judy Sussman is shocked by the brutal murder of a business associate. Her seemingly charmed life has had its share of ups and downs-including the suicide of a former boyfriend and the disappearance of another.
Besides Judy, there is another link in this chain of tragedies. A man whose obsession for her will never end until she finally sees the spirit she has awakened in him. The one that drives him to madness. The one that drives him to kill-and kill again...
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I quit reading this book after only 25 pages. Starting to read this book was like opening a book half way through and then starting to read it. Full blown characters were thrown in without any background as to who they were or their relationship to the heroine. Factual errors such as Desi Arnaz building a bungalow in Palm Springs in 1929 whereas Arnaz wasn't born until 1917. I doubt that he had a house built when he was 12 years old. it's very obvious that the author was a TV writer for years. This book reflects that.