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The Driver
by Gemma Fox
Pages: NA
Scott delivers most of the towns takeaways including the Miller's who order three times a week without fail. Something changes, Mrs Miller goes away and Mr Miller doesn't change the order and one night they don't order at all. Scott knows something isn't right with them...can he prove it?
Reviews: 4
Scott delivers most of the towns takeaways including the Miller's who order three times a week without fail. Something changes, Mrs Miller goes away and Mr Miller doesn't change the order and one night they don't order at all. Scott knows something isn't right with them...can he prove it?
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Malcolm Twigg
I loved the staccato style the author adopts throughout this story, which really played into the tension. The dialogue was also very realistic. Whilst Scott's 'lone wolf' actions were necessary to the development of the plot, I felt that these were not so realistic - as a reader (or, more probably, as a writer) I was left wondering why Scott hadn't confided his suspicions to the police at an early stage. What did pleasantly surprise me was the twist in the tale. I was not expecting that although in retrospect the newspaper element could have had a different treatment. Interested to read more by this author.
Gail Oswald
Nice little story but not too keen on stories about dreams.
Susan Pearce Lever
Great twists.
Sabiha Sea
I loved the plot, and the scenes blended easily from one to the next. And despite the fact that it could've benefited from a proofreader, I felt drawn in. I love the ending, but baffled by it too.
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