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It'll keep you interested to find out what's wrong with the brother and how it ended. It's a great story.
01/04/2012
I love this story. It kept me glued until the end of the story. Good read.
01/04/2012
I find the story a little boring and it has this newspaper report feel to it.
01/04/2012
A great book. I'm a huge fan of Arthur Machen especially The Great God Pan.

I think The Great God Pan is the strongest of the stories in this book. But overall, it was a good read.
01/04/2012
Didn't like it that much. I think it was a little too childish for me. For me, it has an R.L. Stine feel to it.
01/04/2012
Didn't like it that much and it gives me the impression that I'm reading an R.L. Stine story.
01/03/2012
 Adam Nicholls & Jay Nadal - Private Eyes, Detectives and Psych Thrillers
FEATURED AUTHOR -  Adam Nicholls grew up in the southwest of England, where he studied creative writing while working a variety of full-time jobs. When his Mason Black series was first published, he quickly became a bestseller and then went on to create a name for himself in the thriller genre. Adam now lives with his wife in Bristol.