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message 1: by Christine (new)

Christine I just read my first Minette Walters book earlier this year, Lynn. I love the title and cover of this novella. I sure wish you had liked it better!


message 2: by Lynn (new)

Lynn Christine wrote: "I just read my first Minette Walters book earlier this year, Lynn. I love the title and cover of this novella. I sure wish you had liked it better!"

You know, even though it wasn't a favorite, I thought the writing was compelling as ever. She doesn't write a boring book, that's for sure. This was shelved as 'horror' at my local library, I wonder if that decision was influenced by her publisher to reach a different audience. It's very dark.


message 3: by Christine (new)

Christine Interesting, Lynn. I would not think anything by Walters would be classified as horror. I am not a horror fan. Then again, Mark Edwards' Follow You Home is also considered by many to be horror, but I just read it and totally disagree with calling it a horror book. Oh well, I'm going to read Walters and Edwards no matter what they call them!


Kirsten "Ghost Deserved Better" Wow! Didn't know she was still writing! Thanks for posting this. Scold's Bridle is one of my favorite psychological thrillers.


message 5: by Lynn (new)

Lynn Kirsten *Dogs Welcome - People Tolerated" wrote: "Wow! Didn't know she was still writing! Thanks for posting this. Scold's Bridle is one of my favorite psychological thrillers."

Loved The Scold's Bridle and The Sculptress. Her best.


message 6: by Lynn (new)

Lynn Christine wrote: "Interesting, Lynn. I would not think anything by Walters would be classified as horror. I am not a horror fan. Then again, Mark Edwards' Follow You Home is also considered by many to be horror, but..."

After reading it, I can see calling this book Horror.....but I'd spoil it if I said anything else ;-)

I expect when some Thrillers describe intense images they defy classification....(some of Mo Hayder's book maybe?) they are defined as Horror with no supernatural elements. Wonder how it affects sales?


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