From #1 "New York Times" bestselling author Iris Johansen comes her most suspense-filled thriller to date--a pulse-pounding shocker that pits a mother and son against a killer who's the stuff of nightmares.From #1 "New York Times" bestselling author Iris Johansen comes her most suspense-filled thriller to date--a pulse-pounding shocker that pits a mother and son against a killer who's the stuff of nightmares.Read Less
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I picked up the paperback version from the library because I like scary stories and the cover and blurb on the back seemed to promise that. (A woman and child running through what looks like a forest in the dark, and the font of the book title almost looking like it was written in blood, only black in color.) The prologue DID grab me. An event that I promise you won't see coming knocked the socks off me and I thought a great story was in store. Instead, the story didn't seem to match the cover and blurb on the back. The plot itself was pretty good, but the heroine got on my nerves. She and her child are in danger and lots of folks are risking their lives to save them and instead of appreciation, the heroine is utterly defiant through most of the book. It left me feeling as though they ought to just drop her off on the nearest street corner and leave her to fend for herself. Also, I didn't see anything on the cover or back to suggest that this was a romantic suspense story, and I don't like those at all. Granted, this wasn't at bad as the "her heaving bosom, his throbbing..." types, but as the outside of the book gave no hint of it coming, I was sad to see it in the story. The evil plot was pretty good; if this book was written without the romance or without such a hateful heroine, it would be MUCH better.
Apr 3, 2007
Killer Dreams is filled with Suspense. Characters from previous Eve Duncan stories recur to bring the sense of Suspense to a head . If you haven't read prevous Eve Duncan stories some of the events and people could be a little confusing. The ending has some twists you don't see coming. Once you start reading you aren't going to want to stop.
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