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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Kit Craig
ISBN: 081615709X
Subcategory: Mystery
Pages 392 pages
Publisher G K Hall & Co (October 1, 1993)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.1
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by Kit Craig


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Clary Hale thinks she has finally escaped her horrible past and created an idyllic family life until one day her children wake to find their mother gone, kidnapped by the psychopath who has been obsessed with her since youth
Dynen
To paraphrase Hitchcock, sometimes what the audience doesn't see, but anticipates, is more horrifying. That is the case with Craig's book. The creeping fear that gradually consumes the three children of Navy widow (is her husband dead or not?) Clary Hale as they begin to realize their mother has disappeared into the night without leaving a clue, is so thick you will find yourself shifting uncomfortably in your chair. Craig has an excellent turn of phrase and he sets you up to feel exactly what each of his tortured characters feel.
Gradually the nosy elderly neighbor and the oversexed, love starved cleaning woman also draw you in with their own theories and speculation as to what has happened to Clary and their stories jump off the page as we see what they do not - the fact they are very involved in the disappearance. In addition, they are followed and approached by a Naval officer who states he can assist them in finding their mother. He is charming and commanding - but is he what he says he is? The children's search takes them on an agonizing road trip with deadly results as they try to piece together the mystery, using clues that may very well lead them to their own deaths. The plot hinges on a tragedy from Clary's teenage days. To tell more will ruin the plot, so I will just say the book is DEFINITELY worth one long rainy night, if you enjoy a good, adult scare.
Inabel
Clary Hale's children have been left home alone... or so they think.
Underneath a façade of suburban bliss all hell breaks loose when a psychopath obssessed with his childhood sweetheart comes calling and leaving a bloodbath in his wake. With crisp, edgy writing, funny lines and characters one can't help but care for, Kit Craig (pen name for cult-favorite horror/Sci-Fi writer Kit Reed -- "Tiger Rag", "cry of the Daughter", "Catholic Girls"-)creates a roller coaster of suspense without the formula that has made such authors as Sidney Sheldon, Mary Higgins Clark and Iris Johansen so commonplace.
Here, you never know what's going to happen next... and it is all great fun!
Voodoosida
I'm reading this book now and it's kind of like pushing a boulder up hill. I want to know how it ends, but it's a struggle to get through it. I would probably read this author's next book though, just to see the growth.