Watching You

Watching You

Book - 2014
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"Before I Go to Sleep meets When a Stranger Calls in Robotham's taut and nuanced new thriller. Marnie Logan often feels like she's being watched: a warm breath on the back of her neck, or a shadow in the corner of her eye that vanishes when she turns her head. Now her life is frozen. Her husband Daniel is missing. She can't access his bank accounts or his life insurance. Depressed and increasingly desperate, she seeks the help of clinical psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. O'Loughlin discovers Daniel's Big Red Book--a collage of pictures, interviews, and anecdotes. The book, which Daniel intended as a surprise birthday gift, now leads to a shocking discovery. Any person who has ever crossed Marnie has paid an exacting price. And O'Loughlin may be next in line"--
Publisher: New York : Mulholland Books/Little, Brown and Company, 2014, c2013
Edition: 1st United States ed
ISBN: 9780316252003
031625200X
Branch Call Number: ROB
Characteristics: 424 p. ;,25 cm

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maipenrai
Oct 25, 2016

The seventh book in the Joseph O'Loughlin series.

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LadyJaneBrais
Mar 20, 2016

This is my 2nd book by MB and I am really impressed with his excellent writing and story telling ability. I will be reading all his available books now.

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KlayDyer
Dec 30, 2015

Again, Robotham has an uncanny ability to make deeply dark and disturbing topics immensely readable. The reason, I have come to realize after novel number three, is the depth and subtlety with which he has drawn the unlikely pairing of O'Loughlin and Ruiz, whose bond is unforced and easy to like.

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nannerl
Oct 20, 2015

Strange concept, interestingly developed and well written, I enjoyed the novel.

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gloryb
Oct 14, 2015

Robotham uses many characters to tell the story, even italics so that readers can easily identify this special character. This story reminded me of Ruth Rendall's dark psychological stories with twisted characters. With this novel I felt I knew where the author was going with the story half way through so I groaned, but continued reading only to find my interest was picking up as the story was unveiled, motives revealed, and relationships explained. The novel gradually became a page turner. The story ended differently than how I thought it would. I would probably read another of his books as this was my first one. I found it on the display shelf of "New Books" and signed it out when I saw that this novel came highly recommended by suspense and thriller writers like S. King, V. McDermid, and Peter James.

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CLKSM
Feb 07, 2015

Twisting and turning to the very end.

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Debbi_0
Jun 12, 2014

enjoyed this one. few draggy spots but on the whole not bad!

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stephaniedchase
Apr 26, 2014

Solid and interesting thriller with a bit too many truly farfetched elements for my liking.

mrdiscodad Dec 01, 2013

His best book yet. Lost lots of sleep reading it into the night

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evef
Nov 28, 2013

I have loved all of Michael Robothams books, but Watching You is the very best.......I could not put it down. An amazing story line with many twists and turns. My rating was supposed to be five stars!

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