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Broken Harbour by Tana French
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Jun 10, 12

Read from June 03 to 10, 2012

I love Tana French and her twisty psychological novels and in this one the psychological is played up in a very big way. Veteran detective, Scorcher and his new partner, Richie are called to Briantown, an estate that the builders have pretty much abandoned.There most of a family is found murdered in their house. There is quite a bit of discourse between the two detectives on how to be a good one and not miss anything. All the characters have some type of psychological condition or psychological problem in their past or present. It is this that forms much of the nucleus of the plot and is the key to solving the murders. Twists and turns abound, which made for riveting reading. ARC from NetGalley.
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Laura Diane, was this as creepy as her others? I'm trying to come up with a list of books to take on vacation. If it's too creepy, it may be a bit much, but if it's like her others, it may be just right. Also thinking about "Night Film"....it's a two week trip. I, like you, love this author!


Diane S. Laura wrote: "Diane, was this as creepy as her others? I'm trying to come up with a list of books to take on vacation. If it's too creepy, it may be a bit much, but if it's like her others, it may be just righ..."

I am on vacation now typing on my kindle. Would take this one before night film night film is a long in-depth journey. Have fun


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Laura Thanks, Diane. You too! :))


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