This book was shockingly good. I have never read any of Kevin O'Brien's books before, but now I plan to read them all.
Hannah is on the run from her abusive husband and the law with her young son Guy when she settles in Seattle. She works at a video store and takes a film class at night, in hopes of one day making a living as a film critic. Although most customers at the video store are friendly, those who treat Hannah rudely start turning up dead! Hannah becomes an unwitting participant in a serial killer's game when he starts leaving her clues about how his next murder will be executed. When it becomes clear that she is being stalked Hannah worries that she may become the next victim.
This book reminds me of early Harlan Coben standalone thrillers such as Tell No One, because there are so many twists and turns in the plot. There are a number of red herrings, and I was genuinely surprised at whodunnit afterall. This book is an overlooked gem in the crowded thriller market.
Very fast paced book. If you like suspenseful books, you will enjoy this one.
this book was a great book and i would enjoy reading another one of his.
Good book! You can really empathize with Hannah and it's impossible to figure out who is behind everything.
Creepy! A stalker with a video camera. I didn't want to turn the lights out after reading this one!
I haven't read it but it looks good.
Different victims, different methods, same madman.
In the city of Seatle, no single woman is safe. From afar he watches the ones he so desperately wants. Willing to do whatever it takes to prove his love. But should his latest obession betray him, he will have no choice but to punish her. By finding new and brutal ways to teach her a lesson. Any by finally loving.........to death.
*****Suspenseful from beginning to end! A real page turner! Couldn't put it down!
Glad I discovered this author! Well written romantic suspense.
I just put aside another O'Brien book because it was just a piece of trash writing, so I just skimmed this one to get the feel of it and it is another piece of trash writing, I'm so disappointed with O'Brien over these last couple books of his I've tried.
A story that keeps your interest all the way through. Sometimes one may wonder how people get themselves in such predicaments. This kept me reading into the night, past my bedtime, so I could resolve the mystery.