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Gideon | Paperback

Released on 02 March 2000

Author: Russell Andrews | Format: Paperback

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Carl Granville is a would-be novelist who is beginning to think his writing career is going nowhere fast, when he is approached by the hottest editor in town and given a six figure sum to fictionalise a fifty-year-old diary. Sworn to secrecy and on a tight deadline, Carl is close to finishing when the editor is murdered ...and with hours Carl has been fingered as the killer. He's only got one person to turn to, his ex-lover Amanda. With an unknown demon on his tail he manages to get to Washington, but the demon has extraordinary resources and Amanda too is drawn into the nightmare. They have only one option - to track down the author of the original diary and the place where the events related in it took placeand the true identity of Gideon. But someone knows where they are headed and are certain they'll never get there. Told with spectacular pace, peopled with tough but vulnerable characters, Russell Andrews' first novel marks the debut of a bestselling name.

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 Gideon

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The first Russell Andrews book I ever read... and certainly not the last!! A great read, full of twists, turns and surprises. Well rounded characters and a fast paced plot meant I got into this book easily and then struggled to put it down. I found myself on the edge of my seat in anticipation for Carl (main character) as he went from one tricky situation to the next, trying to make sense of what was happening in his life. There are several, 'oh my god, I can't believe it' moments in the book and more than enough twists to keep you guessing until the end. I would highly recommend this book.

 Gideon Rules!

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This is an excellent thriller, missed by many. It is a classic whodunnit, although original too, with some excellent twists and revelations. It has a very interesting start and gathers pace throughout. If you are one of the countless many who missed this book, or any of the others by Russell Andrews then I guarantee you will love this.

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AuthorRussell Andrews
PublisherLittle, Brown Book Group (United Kingdom)
Year2000
ISBN9780751528909
FormatPaperback - 580 Pages