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Head Games
by Eileen Dreyer St. Martin's Press

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0312265786

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

A real nail biter, Head Games will play head games
with you as you read. The hair on the back of your
neck will rise and goosebumps march up and down your arms. Head Games is a very well written and tightly plotted book with a great cast of characters, some you will like, some will give you the creeps and the rest will surprise you. Molly Burke seems to be surrounded by strange types, all of whom are trying to breach the wall she has raised around her heart and soul to keep the world at bay. Her nephew, Patrick, moves in for an unexpected stay; Frank, the lawyer who successfully sued Molly and cost her her job, drops by for friendly chats; Winnie, her boss, seems to claim ownership of her; and her neighbor, Sam, is anything but the doddering old
man he appears. They all seem intent on invading that void where the soul of Molly lives and draw her back into the world of the living. On top of this, mysterious packages are being dropped over her garden wall by an unknown. They are gifts not
well received by Molly. A highly recommended read, this must-read tale is one of those books you simply won't want to put down. The very talented author, Eileen Dreyer knows how to spin
a tale and keep you guessing. Real reading enjoyment.

 

 
 

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