Review: Too Close to Home

Too Close to Home
Too Close to Home by Linwood Barclay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book I have read that was writtn by Linwood Barclay, and once again, he did not disappoint me. “Too Close To Home” kept me wanting to read more, even when the eyelids said it was time to shut down for the night.

Barclay writes about ordinary people caught up in situations beyond their control. The Cutters are an ordinary family of three. They have had their ups and downs in life, but have managed to remain in tact as a family unit, despite the situations. Now, they are faced with something more horrible than can be imagined. Their 17 year old son has been charged with the mass murder of their neighbours! And, then, suspision begins to enter their minds – what if the real murderer actually killed the wrong family? Stolen manuscripts, suicides, crooked politicians, dark secrets, zealous cops, and the “ordinary guy” trying to figure it all out – this makes for a great read that any lover of the mystery genre will thoroughly enjoy.

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