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Liz Barwick's tranquil life on an island off the Georgia coast turns nightmarish after a tragic secret two decades old is unearthed and her ex-husband, a steroid-crazed NFL star, goes on a murderous rampage. A "fast-paced, multilevel tale of mystery and revenge," said PW. "In a suspenseful--albeit telegraphed--final encounter, one deadly monster destroys another."
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
Successful photographer Elizabeth Barwick is almost battered to death by her superstar pro-football player husband. To escape his vengeance, she accepts an offer to photograph Cumberland, a beautiful barrier island off the coast of Georgia. The novel's first four chapters are outstanding, describing Elizabeth's relationships with her husband and hotshot divorce lawyer, episodes which reveal her strength of mind and capture the reader's loyalty and interest. With her arrival on Cumberland however, the pace slows, a love interest with his own quirky past appears, and the story changes so radically the book reads like two separate novels. Attempts to fuse these elements with the reappearance of the psychotic husband don't succeed. This novel can't compare with the author's Chiefs ( LJ 5/1/81), but Woods's wide readership will want to make up their own minds.
- Lydia B. Johnson, Mesa P.L., Ariz.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Love Stuart Woods books. Have now read 30 of his books. Love them all except how is it that all of his characters were born in Delano, GA? Doesn't seem possible. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kirk Bailey
A very enjoyable read that didn't demand too much of me! Had me a little jumpy here and there with some romance thrown in- a good book to take on a vacation.Published 21 months ago by Nicole Shuglo
It had a few slow spots, but all-in-all it was very entertaining. There are several things going on at one time, such as the "crazy ex" and a mystery surrounding the twins that... Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2003
There is so much that kept me up late at night reading this book. Liz is a heroine anyone could relate to. Read morePublished on Aug. 18 2002 by "oceanmarina"
I have all of Stuart Woods' books. Palindrome is my favorite. The mystery and intrigue keep you guessing until the very end.Published on Sept. 21 2001 by D. Kuckenmeister
If you ever thought about reading a novel written by Stuart Woods and could only pick one, this is it. This was a great suspenseful, romantic and exciting book to read. Read morePublished on Oct. 25 2000 by Shorty
In my opinion, still Stuart Woods' best work! Palindrome is an edge-of-your-seat, stay-up-till-4 a.m.-to-finish book. Read morePublished on May 7 2000 by Melinda Cannady