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The Thriller Boxset

By: Keri Beevis
Narrated by: Eilidh Beaton,Sasha Higgins,Joel Froomkin,Shakira Shute,Billie Fulford-Brown
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Dying to Tell

Released from the hospital with her memory still blurred, the only survivor of a horrific car crash meets the brother of one of the victims. They soon suspect that someone will do anything to hide the truth of what happened on the road that night—and why.

Every Little Breath

A serial killer calls up a late-night radio DJ with a gruesome request, drawing her into his brutal game...

The People Next Door

Ellie and Ash have moved into a beautiful old house—but it has a mysterious past, and Ellie’s new life in the English countryside is about to take a dark turn.

Trust No One

A woman is haunted by an event in her past—and tormented by a mysterious killer who won’t let her forget it—in “a must-read that will keep you turning the pages late into the night” (Daily Express).

©2022 Keri Beevis (P)2022 Keri Beevis

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  • Caz
  • 10-05-22

Four books all run together - needs editing

Dying to Tell

Released from the hospital with her memory still blurred, the only survivor of a horrific car crash meets the brother of one of the victims. They soon suspect that someone will do anything to hide the truth of what happened on the road that night—and why.
- This book was a bit thriller, a bit chick lit - the love scenes definitely not necessary. Way too long, but endurable. The chapters run straight into the next novel, without any discernable book mark. It is not possible to tell what book you are listening too while listening. I found this annoying.

Every Little Breath

A serial killer calls up a late-night radio DJ with a gruesome request, drawing her into his brutal game...
- Strong start on this book, but then falls down in thriller vs chick lit again. I want to like it, but it's just a bit amateurish.

The People Next Door

Ellie and Ash have moved into a beautiful old house—but it has a mysterious past, and Ellie’s new life in the English countryside is about to take a dark turn.
- A distinctly dark and creepy book, but not particularly twisty as it's quite obvious as the story progresses. Elements of Psycho, but an entertaining listen. It's the pick of the box set I think, but impossible to determine where it starts and ends in the tetralogy as there are no clear distinctions between the books, which is very annoying.

Trust No One

A woman is haunted by an event in her past—and tormented by a mysterious killer who won’t let her forget it—in “a must-read that will keep you turning the pages late into the night” (Daily Express).
- I'm not sure I can continue with this one. Olivia is lured to a house where she witnesses a man burned to death in front of her. That evening she gets a photo delivered to her mum's house of the burnt man. After throwing up, she decides she will go back to bed, get some sleep and have a chat about it in the morning... really!? My suspension of belief is being tested and I will try to persevere but now her boyfriend has turned up and the narration for his annoying accent is killing the story.