Sinister

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Kathryn Blake, injured in her attempt to contact her embedded colleague Daniel Thwaite, seems only to have added to his problems, and he finds less reassurance than perhaps he should in her reminder that she is more sinister than she looks . . . More
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Words: 5,480
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301338924
About Alex Brightsmith

Alex Brightsmith was born and raised in Bedfordshire and defies anyone who was not to point it out on a map. Bedfordshire has been claimed (or rejected) by at least five bordering regions, and its lasting legacies have been a resistance to categorisation and a fondness for sprouts.
Alex currently lives in Birmingham, commutes reluctantly, gardens and bakes erratically, and writes emotionally engaging, carefully plotted thrillers, fantasy and flash fiction.

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Review by: Mike White on Sep. 09, 2016 :
The writer's descriptions were well-done, and the writer did a good job of keeping you on your seat during this story.
(review of free book)

Review by: tony parsons on Jan. 02, 2014 :
Kathryn Blake (Kate) a burglar fell from a ledge to her death. Kearney & Danny (burglars) watched in horror. Matt & Stevie were also part of the burglar group.

Did Kathryn Blake really die, or is she alive to help the boys in another burglary?

The lusty city chronicles 12 Romeo D. Matshaba short story posted
Lusty City; lust surrounds the entire city. Woman are proud hookers, homeless PPL are usually kind/polite, the hobo’s are really bad PPL, PPL over 35 are considered old,

News headline: 5 murders by the Lusty Killer. Angelique was another victim.

Jacky (f) is in law enforcement, & of course on the take. Mr. Frost was a cab driver & had the hot’s for Jacky.

Is Felix the Lusty Killer? Or could Jacky be the Lusty Killer?

Great book cover
Awesome spooky, horror short story
Easy 5 stars
Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW
(review of free book)

Review by: Tevin Hansen on July 21, 2013 :
This was a fast-paced short story that jumped right into the action, and never looked back. Really good writing. I couldn't help but think that this had to (or SHOULD be) part of something larger?? Only after I finished reading did I check the author's other books and (doh) that's when I saw a full-blown novel with these characters. I will definitely have to check out "Viennese Waltz" by this author.
(review of free book)

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