The Echo

The Echo

Book - 1997
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A new novel of psychological suspense and terror by the Edgar Award-winning author of The Dark Room. When a homeless man is discovered dead in the garage of a wealthy woman in one of the richest neighborhoods in the world, journalist Michael Deacon's curiosity about the case leads him on a chilling journey into the past.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1997
Characteristics: 338 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
ISBN: 0399142517 (alk. paper)
Call Number: FICTION WALTERS

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Too much plot not enough personal engagement. The author did not have one likable character, they were all losers from the get-go. I was so frustrated I flipped through most of the middle but by the end I did not care who did what to whom.

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marquessa
Dec 16, 2013

A totally enjoyable drama-mystery that will surely please readers who crave the "unanswered" questions this novel presents. No conculsion until the very end. A good read to get you through the cold months. 4 out of 5 stars only because it was a bit confusing in a few areas, and the first chapter didn't really catch my attention (but a very important chapter .... pay attention!). However, from chapter 2 onwards it was captivating! Unique, totally believable characters keep you away from reality for awhile!

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quailz
Apr 23, 2013

This author uses extremely foul language through out her books.

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Nov 12, 2010

I usually enjoy Ms Walters' books.
This one however the time lines were confusing and the characters less engaging than her other books.

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