Fear the Darkness

Fear the Darkness

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Ex-FBI Agent Brigid Quinn thinks she has a second chance at life. But when you've walked in darkness for so long, can you stand the light? Death still seems to be wherever Brigid turns. But as she herself starts to feel unwell, it's her own mortality that is the most troubling. And as she tries to get to the bottom of a series of allegedly accidental deaths and increasingly gruesome occurrences at home, she slowly realises that maybe this time, she's let the darkness inside the only place she ever felt safe. Sometimes, death is closer than you think.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 014
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781410479198
Branch Call Number: MASTERM
Characteristics: 537 pages (large print)

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debwalker Mar 16, 2015

Great weekend read. Complex lead character gets pulled into the darkness of a sociopath's manipulation....in dry sunny Tucson AZ.
Some great quotes: "they're untreatable because they're unable to understand that they are different."
"Maybe she's so far on one end of the scale she'll never go further than putting back her seat in coach."
"if she is what you say you have no more importance than a wet kleenex. To her you are one of three things. An amusement, useful, or in the way."
Masterman knows her stuff, writes with wit and snap - one to watch.

ILoveStorytime Feb 02, 2015

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