The Carrier: Culver Valley Crime Book 8

The Carrier: Culver Valley Crime Book 8

WINNER OF THE SPECSAVERS NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR 2013 An overnight smooth delay іѕ tеrrіbƖе. Having tο share уουr hotel room wіth a wеіrԁеr іѕ worse. Bυt thаt іѕ οnƖу thе beginning οf Gaby Struther’s problems. Gaby hаѕ never met Lauren Cookson. Sο hοw ԁοеѕ Lauren know ѕο much аbουt hеr? Hοw ԁοеѕ ѕhе know thаt thе Ɩіkе οf Gaby’s life hаѕ bееn accused οf murder? Whу іѕ ѕhе telling hеr thаt hе іѕ innocent? Anԁ whу іѕ ѕhе ѕο terrified οf Gaby?

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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Her best book yet! Couldn’t place it down., Development 13, 2013
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    The latest installment of the Simon Waterhouse-Charlie Zailer series is fascinating, brilliant and FUN. Fans of these two detectives won’t be in the least disappointed.This book kept me constantly surprised and unable to predict the plot twists — which every mystery lover will appreciate. The chemistry between the lead detectives is as sparkling and engaging as ever. Hannah is so excellent at writing hilarious moments while the font are in the center of a tense scene.

    The tale starts with world-travelling executive Gaby Struthers having a bizarre encounter at an airport in Germany. What follows is a perfectly intricate, riveting psychological thriller that honestly kept me awake at night wondering what was really going on. This author is, in my opinion, at the very top of the list of thriller authors and I can’t wai tfor her next one.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following assess helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as excellent as many of her others, December 23, 2013
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    I keenly awaited this book because usually I like Sophie Hannah books but I’ve been disappointed in her latest two. I usually end these things in one night but this one dragged. A lot of information was repeated multiple times. I found the letter parts of the book dull and I loathed Tim from the beginning. Hannah repeats multiple times how charming and remarkable he is but he came across like a spineless irritating fool. There’s also a lot of talking in this book and not a lot of proceedings. Fewer creepy sections. Lately Hannah’s books seem heavy on psychological theories and themes but I wish she would return to the from the gut plot based tales full of suspense she used to be so excellent at.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following assess helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not finished but struggling…, October 17, 2013
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    I want to start by saying I am a huge fan of Sophie Hannah and I like all of the previous books. But, one thing that I never liked was the font and relationship of Charlie and Simon.

    Anyhow, I always place this down to the fact I also like Karen Rose whose law enforcement’s romantic entanglings are both intriguing and romantic. The difference in style, I always thought, was the reason I never gelled with the ‘romance’ between Simon and Charlie.

    Until this book. I have already found myself skipping through their parts, hating every word that comes out of their mouths and still no closer to understanding why theyre together, or even why anyone would want to be with either of them. I know Sophie often writes about hurt font and the psychological build up of them, but with these two there is small charm. I don’t care to know why either of them are the way they are, I just find them annoying and wish they only focused on the cases at hand and we knew nothing of their personal lives. Names on a page, that is all I wish they were at this stage… It is seriously detracting from the tale at hand.

    So, at the same time as I am ploughing through, hoping that this gets better I am left wondering if I will ever delight in another Sophie Hannah book over again….

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