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“Barclay knows how to put ordinary people into extraordinarily dangerous circumstances…. Readers will zip through it with delight.”—Publishers Weekly
“[An] affecting and effective thriller.”—Wall Street Journal Review
Linwood Barclay is a columnist for the Toronto Star. He is the author of several critically acclaimed novels, including No Time for Goodbye and Stone Rain. He lives near Toronto with his wife and has two grown children.See all Product Description
like Linwood Barclay and enjoyed his article in the Toronto Star. A good read and I do read them all.Published 11 months ago by Donna
I hate thrillers where the main characters deliberately withhold evidence to further advance a plot. Lazy predictable writing. I couldn't finish this book.Published 21 months ago by Greenboots
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kept me guessing through-out the whole story! good one! Linwood is a wonderful.... who dunnit! I love his style of suspense.Published on July 7 2013 by patti mccormack
I read a couple of the reviews that people left. I bought the book but I just didn't read it before a couple of months later....I re-read the two top comments.... Read morePublished on April 8 2011 by Debbie Venton
I will forgo a synopsis of the book as its provided by the publisher or other reviewers. While the book has an interesting plot, good suspense and is a fairly successful page... Read morePublished on May 8 2010 by Darryl J. Carpenter
I've read plenty of praise out there for Linwood Barclay's Too Close to Home and I haven't agreed with much of it. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2009 by R. Hansen
I was hooked from the first page of this book. It's a definite page turner. I especially liked the dialogue that's written how "real" people talk. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2009 by K. Stumpf