The Deep End
The Dead End is a psychological mystery thriller.
I found this book at a sidewalk sale for 25 cents. The back cover:
The phone rang. She picked it up and a chilling voice said: “You’ve been a bad girl. I’m going to take down your panties and spank you…And them I’m going to kill you….”
What can I say? I’m a sucker for spankings and death! Sold!
Unfortunately, the only reason I finished this book is because I HAD to find out WHO the stalker psycho was. I suppose that’s the point of the book. Som...more
As the calls go on, Joanne is terrified, but nobody believes her. The last person to believe Joanne is her best friend Eve, who lives next door and has her own set of problems it seems. Eve is battling many different types of ailments that the doctor...more
Quite a suspenseful novel. I kept thinking I knew for sure who was stalking Joanne Hunter but was completely surprised by the ending. I didn't at all have it figured out.
Joanne's lawyer husband, Paul, had walked out on her as he needed "time" to figure out what HE wanted in life. Joanne is alone wit...more
Very suspenseful, thriller, it was a riveting book, kept me engaged from start to finish. Recommend to read if you have the chance.
[from my blog 'Reading in Winter']
Could this be the shortest review ever?
This was such a horrible, predictable book! It took forever to read - it was one of those books where I could put it down, read 4 other books, and come back knowing exactly what was going on. It was that slow.
I'm not sure if all of Fielding's books are like this, but this really made me not want to attempt another one!
Joanne Hunter's husband just ups and goes after twenty years of marriage shattering her world. In fact everyone Joanne ever counted on seem to be abandoning her. Eve, her best friend, her grandfather is very ill in a nursing home. Suddenly she starts receiving mysterious calls from a stranger. It will keep you hooked to learn his identity.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, she graduated from the University of Toronto in 1966, with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. As Joy Tepperman, she had a brief acting career, appearing in the film Winter Kept Us Warm (1965) and in an episode of Gunsmoke. She later changed her last n...more