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by Kevin O'Brien

  • ISBN: 0739434543
  • Author: Kevin O'Brien
  • ePub ver: 1237 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1237 kb
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 292
  • Publisher: Pinnacle 2003/03 (2003)
  • Formats: lrf docx rtf doc
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
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It looked like the sawed-off handle to a broom or a rake. His leading lady was very clever. She’d caught on to how he’d been breaking into her place. She’d changed the locks on him, to. .

It looked like the sawed-off handle to a broom or a rake.It was kind of sweet, really-her thinking she could keep him out with that puny piece of wood and a new dead bolt. He stood on the walkway at her front door. He had a good view of the Space Needle from here, but the Needle’s lights were off right now. It was five-fifteen in the morning

From afar he watches the ones he so desperately wants. Willing to do whatever it takes to prove his love.

From afar he watches the ones he so desperately wants. But should his latest obsession betray him, he will have no choice but to punish her. By finding new and brutal ways to teach her a lesson. And by finally loving her-to death. Times Record News (Wichita Falls, Texas) Another fast-paced and gripping read. The Seattle Post Intelligencer.

Kevin O'Brien grew up on Chicago's North Shore as the youngest of six children. Before Kevin's thrillers landed him on the New York Times bestseller list, he was a railroad inspector by day, and an author by night

Kevin O'Brien grew up on Chicago's North Shore as the youngest of six children. Before Kevin's thrillers landed him on the New York Times bestseller list, he was a railroad inspector by day, and an author by night.

Different Victims - The blonde film student. The brunette paralegal. The red-headed artist. Different Methods - The first victim is strangled. Different Victims: The blonde film student.

I picked up Watch Them Die a while back and let it sit a while. I’m still filling in the missing books of his I haven’t read.

In the city of Seattle, no single woman is safe. I have to be in a mood to read Kevin O’Brien’s books. I picked up Watch Them Die a while back and let it sit a while. While I’m a fan, I save his women-in-jeopardy stories for times when I’m ready for them. They’re quite intense, and in a way, remind me of several female author’s works, especially Carol Davis Luce, who I got hooked on several decades ago.

Praise for the novels of kevin o’brien. Times Record News (Wichita Falls, Texas).

DIFFERENT VICTIMS The blonde film student. Praise for the novels of kevin o’brien. Another fast-paced and gripping read.

Watch Them Die. Annotation. Author: Kevin O’Brien. Different Victims – The blonde film student. Different Methods – The first victim is strangled. The second is stabbed repeatedly. And the third is pushed out of an open window. Same Madman – In the city of Seattle, no single woman is safe. From afar he watches the ones he so desperately wants.

They are stand alone books, different characters, situations, each with good characters, solid plotting . I thoroughly enjoyed reading my first three books by Kevin O'Brien. All three books were awesome murder mysteries.

They are stand alone books, different characters, situations, each with good characters, solid plotting, excellent dialogue, and in general filled with people you'd like to hang around with - except for the bad guys, of course, who were really bad, but still somehow believable.

Very imaginative mystery. Great stalking in the serial killer epic.
Comments (7)

Blueshaper
Escaping from an abusive ex husband, Hannah takes her son and moves out of state. Hoping her ex husband doesn't find her, Hannah starts her life over in Seattle. A killer obsessed with movies wants Hannah to be his new leading lady.

He starts sending her videos. Each video is at the exact scene of somebody dying. People Hannah knew suddenly start dying. Hannah realizes the killer is somebody she knows.Can she figure it out before she becomes his next target?
Agalas
This book is particularly enjoyable for the film buff, because films and filmmaking are central to the plot. And along with Mr. O'Brien's usual intricately crafted storyline, I really enjoyed the little boy character, Guy. His mother was also a very sympathetic character: smart, courageous, caring, and determined to keep her son safe without frightening him. Another strength of this book is that there are at least half a dozen potential candidates for the "bad guy" - I was constantly reevaluating who, if anyone, could be trusted. A very entertaining book. Highly recommended
Gold as Heart
This book was so superbly written, that I was actually on edge while reading it! This is my second book by Kevin O`Brien an it most certainly won't my last.
Zahisan
When it coms to serial killers Kevin O Brien is the best
DireRaven
Goodbook loved this book so much all of them I have read I love them so get this book
Voodoogore
This novel kept me guessing right up until the end. A very enjoyable read, with so many twists and turns, that I can't tell you how many times I changed my mind about who the real villain was?

It's a mystery, thriller and love story with some wonderful characters whom you will find yourself sympathizing with, and some despicable one who will give you the creeps. This is my third Kevin O'Brien novel and I have enjoyed every one of them.....can wait to read the next one.
Lost Python
A serial killer is on the loose and Hannah is his next target, but his plan requires a set up that takes a few lives along the way. As usual, Kevin O'brien delivers good suspense and a good story. He also creates characters that one can actually care about, one way or another. Hannah is on the run with her young son and her husband, a not very nice guy, has hired a detective agency to track her down. There are a lot of characters in this book, and several of them could be the killer. Luckily, Hannah encounters Ben who makes it his mission to serve and protect her. I lost count of the bodies in this story and I did forget who and how many men were stalking Hannah at one time or another for one purpose or another. What amazed me in this book was Ben's wife, Jennifer, who went way above and beyond what any reasonable wife would do in the being faithful department. She sure was able to tolerate a lot, even to the final chapter of the book. Jennifer was a saint. Okay, she may have cheated once, but in this novel, who hasn't? Anyway, the bottom line with 'WATCH THEM DIE' is that this is a very good piece of work that keeps you interested right up to the end. There are a couple problems I had with plausability that prevented me from giving this one 5 stars, but it is still a nice read and one that I would recommend without hesitation. Kevin O'brien pretty much always manages to deliver.
Kevin O'Brien is a great writer. I read all his books. Watch Them Die is a great read. I always try to figure out who is doing the killing, but in this one I could not. A lot of twists, which I really like.

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