Book Reviews of Stealing Faces

Stealing Faces
Stealing Faces
Author: Michael Prescott
ISBN-13: 9780451198518
ISBN-10: 0451198514
Publication Date: 10/1/1999
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 66 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Excellent read in the serial killer genre. The unlikely heroine is Kaylie, a former mental patient on the run for twelve years.
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good thriller
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I like Michael Prescott's books. Never been disappointed in him. Except for being a rough read (because of content; hence, the title!), it is exciting and action all the way.
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I loved the way this book grabbed me from the first page. It was truly suspenseful and chilling.

I also loved the fact that the characters were totally believable.
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Really enjoyed this thriller.
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Michael Prescott's second novel is a fast paced thriller that keeps you awake for quite some time. Don't begin reading it in the evening. You won't get much sleep because you won't be able to put the book down.

Kaylie is running from her past. She's become a shadow, knowing if she's discovered, she will be put back there where she fled 12 years ago. She is a hunter, hunting the man who killed 12 women. If he gets her no one will ever discover Kaylie's secrets and knowledge about the cruel animal.

John Cray is a well know author and psychologist. He's leading an institution for mental disabled people. He also is a hunter, stealing the faces of his killed prey.

They both hunt and both become prey, running against time where it always seems Kaylie's one step beyond and on the unlucky site.

Will the faces finally tell their story ? Read for yourself but be warned, they might have to tell a frustating, tense story.

Michael Prescott's written 9 books so far. If you'd like to read an excerpt visit his homepage http://michaelprescott.freeservers.com/ .
If you've read the book, go there anyway, you will find a little surprise as he's publishing what has been cut off the book from the publisher.
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Without mercy, Kaylie McMillan is stalking her prey. She watches every move he makes. She knows everything he has done--everything he is capable of doing...and will do again. For he and Kaylie share a past. Every scream of it still echoes in her nightmares. John Cray is a brilliant and ingenious master of deception driven by a single terrifying obsession: to expose the true nature of a woman's soul--by removing the mask that conceals it. His newest victim is a woman of many disguises. But none of them will protect her. For she has willingly stepped into the darkness of Cray's shadow. And tonight, when the line between hunter and prey is crossed, the game will begin....
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Dark, full of tension, good read
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"She is watching him" "He is watching her" thrilling to read.
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Without mercy, Kaylie McMillam is stalking is her pray. She watches every move she makes. She know everything he has done-everything he is capable of doing....and will do again. Where he and Kaylie share a past. Every scream of it still echoes in her neigtmares.
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Not my usual sort of book at all, but the story was well written and quite gripping.
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Excellent book !
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Another book of Prescott's I could not put down once I started reading it!!!

John Cray is a brilliant and ingenious master of deception driven by a single terrifying obsession: to expose the true nature of a woman's soul---by removing the mask that conceals it. His newest victim is a woman of many disguises. But none of them will protect her. For she has willingly stepped into the darkness of Cray's shadow. And, tonight, when the line between the hunter and prey is crossed, the game will begin....
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A really fast paced thriller!
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Exciting and thrilling book from beginning to end!!!
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Wow, what an AMAZING book!
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great thriller I read many this one stands outcouldn't put it down.
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Great suspense read!
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FROM THE PUBLISHER
SHE IS WATCHING HIM...

Without mercy, Kaylie McMillan is stalking her prey. She watches every move he makes. She knows everything he has done-everything he is capable of doing...and will do again. For he and Kaylie share a past. Every scream of it still echoes in her nightmares.

HE IS WATCHING HER...

John Cray is a brilliant and ingenious master of deception driven by a single terrifying obsession: to expose the true nature of a woman's soul-by removing the mask that conceals it. His newest victim is a woman of many disguises. But none of them will protect her. For she has willingly stepped into the darkness of Cray's shadow. And tonight, when the line between hunter and prey is crossed, the game will begin...
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This was a good book. It made me want to read the end, then go back to the beginning to see how it all happened. I couldn't put it down.
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This was a great suspense novel! I just *had* to finish it in one night!!!
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Stealing Faces was an overall great read, though difficult to read at times. A chilling, exciting story that you won't be able to put down!
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Very good read...
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AWESOME BOOK,COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN.
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Without mercy, Kaylie McMillan is stalking her prey. She watches every move he makes. She knows everything he has done - everything he is capable of doing...and will do again. For he and Kaylie share a past. Every scream of it still echoes in her nightmares. John Cray is a brilliant and ingenious master of deception driven by a single terrifying obsession" to expose the true nature of a woman's soul - by removing the mask that conceals it. His newest victim is a woman of many disguises. But none of them will protect her. For she has willingly stepped into the darkness of Cray's shadow. And tonight, where the line between hunter and prey is crossed, the game will begin...