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Author: Brandilyn Collins
Seven years after her the disappearance of her best friend, Linda Jackson, skip tracer Joanne Weeks must locate a witness who can put the man who Joanne knows to be Linda's killer behind bars--before he silences Joanne for good.
ISBN-13: 9780310276449
ISBN-10: 0310276446
Publication Date: 8/1/2010
Pages: 352
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Zondervan
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 2
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my2luvsemmyandmally avatar reviewed Deceit on + 757 more book reviews
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One of her best books! This one kept me reading so long my eyes were getting blurry racing to finish it before bedtime. Really an enjoyable thriller!
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Branilyn Collins has become one of my favorite suspense writers. In this book she grabs your attention in the first chapter. You are unable to put the book down until you have read the last page. Lots of twists in turns in this book.
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Oh.....my.....gosh. This book was so unbelievably good that it could be said that I had no life outside of reading for the past 2 days! Of course, Brandilyn never disappoints with anything she writes, but this book was just all kinds of awesome!

I should've thought things through just a little bit more when I started on this one. Silly me decided it would be a great idea to start reading the book at night right before going to bed. And it wasn't long before the Hooded Man that's mentioned in the book's description decides to show up....at night, in a thunderstorm, on a winding road, and with a whole load of creepiness. I kid you not--in no time flat, my heart was just pounding in my chest! It got even more intense when Joanne finally makes it home after her run-in with the Hooded Man, and she thinks there might be someone in her house. Oh, and then the electricity goes out...and she thinks she's all alone. Yep, that's when I decided this book would be better read during the daytime. :o)

I'm not someone that reads a lot of suspense, mainly because I usually spoil the ending for myself by try too hard to figure out the "who-done-it." Well, if all books were crafted as great as this one was, maybe I should pick 'em up a little more often! Brandilyn's trademark Seatbelt Suspense is masterfully done is this novel, and it is not to be missed. Deceit was one of the BEST books I've read so far in 2010! 5 HUGE stars!


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