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Twilight in the Spaces Between

3.32  ·  Rating Details ·  31 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Twilight in the Spaces Between is about a disgraced policewoman who travels to the ancestral home of the serial killer who caused her downfall to take her revenge. He has escaped from prison. She knows he will want to “come home” before he is captured. Believing her to be his fiancée she is welcome with open arms by his family. There she is drawn into a strange neo-gothic ...more
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Published (first published January 30th 2008)
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Geoffrey
Jan 24, 2010 Geoffrey rated it liked it
I'm not sure where to go with this. The kindle formatting on this book is not good. There are random carriage returns mid-sentence, no spaces between paragraphs or even chapters. And it's one of the most poetically well written novels I've read in some time.

The writing is fairly stark and unadorned. It gives the overall story a very gritty and dark feel that keeps it moving. Even some of the random carriage returns help in this overall feel by giving it a poetic character that contrasts the grit
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Charity
Aug 27, 2013 Charity rated it really liked it
Point of No Return meets While You Were Sleeping...with a twist of goth and one seriously bad serial killer!

This book really held my interest all the way through, but then the ending came and went in a flash. With so much build up, I would have thought the ending would take longer to complete itself - not so.

The detail given to describe the setting of each scene was incredible. Also, you were provided deep insight into the characters, even the lesser ones. There was nothing vague about this book
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Amy
May 12, 2012 Amy rated it really liked it
The Kindle formatting on this is poor, but the content is pretty good. It is a diamond in the rough. Great potential.
KG
May 17, 2012 KG rated it really liked it
Book was a decent read, wasn't quite expecting the ending, but overall I would most likely read this author again and I enjoyed this book.
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David R. Williams, born in 1949, experienced the '60s up close and personal. Taking 1968 off before entering college, he shipped out with the merchant marines, fought against the Vietnam War, worked to elect McCarthy president, rioted in Grant Park, and arrived at Harvard in time for the campus takeover. He later earned a Masters in Theology from Harvard Divinity School and a PhD in American ...more
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