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Lucia posts on 1/20/2016 9:56:02 AM
I thought "Tell No One" was a page turner an wonder why it wasn't made into an American movie. I saw the French movie and it was okay but it didn't seem to pick up the pace of the book. Not part of the Bolitar series, but a good mystery with a lot of plot twists.
Daria posts on 12/24/2015 4:29:15 AM
Does anyone know what the deal was with Gone For Good? I read that just after it came out it was supposed to be made into a movie. Cant find that it ever got done. Good book.
Patrick posts on 3/8/2014 1:29:16 PM
Does anybody know of a quote from one of HC's books about the expression of love from a father to his child about "the time it takes from the light of a star to reach earth" in relation to how much a father loves his child? It is for a tattoo I am thinking of having. Thanks!
chris posts on 2/22/2013 5:35:54 PM
@Mike. Thanks! That was bugging the heck out of me. Who was that!
Ned Kelly posts on 10/25/2012 11:17:09 AM
Re: Shelter - I have just bought HC's new book Seconds Away and even though I love his books I have trouble remembering things and cannot remember what happened in Shelter and don't want to re-read it (I am a slow reader). Can soemone please give me a brief synopsis please? I remember Mickey is settling in at a new school and his new GF goes missing and she is being held prisoner a nightclub or something. I guess he rescues her? And what was the bat lady thing all about with his Dad and so on, I forgot that bit totally! Thanks.
Michaelle Bragassa-Holman posts on 1/1/2012
Michaelle Bragassa-Holman has just written a review of Six Years which you can see here
Rick Ellis posts on 1/1/2012
Rick Ellis has just written a review of Missing You which you can see here
mike posts on 8/21/2010 10:34:57 PM
WARNING: sPOILER ALERT FOR GONE FOR GOOD
cray spring was nora AKA sheila's abusive ex-husband who constantly abused her, so she ran away and met ken. "the ghost" took care of him becasue nora was always afraid of her husband coming for her
barb posts on 10/19/2009 11:29:18 PM
what an incredible writer !! I just read "the woods" and realized after pondering for awhile that this fantastic writer actually wrote a book in which all of the characters are guilty....every single one of them.....what a feat!
James Axtell posts on 5/22/2009 1:48:18 AM
Just wondering about the chronology of the books. Does "Hold Tight" begin after the end of "The Woods."
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