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Dying For Christmas Read Dying For Christmas Author Tammy Cohen Realestatelawcenter.us I Am Missing Held Captive By A Blue Eyed Stranger To Mark The Twelve Days Of Christmas, He Gives Me A Gift Every Day, Eachhorrible Than The Last The Twelfth Day Is Getting Closer After That, There Ll Be NoChristmas Cheer For Me No Mince Pies, No Carols No Way Out.But I Have A Secret No One Has Guessed It Will You

10 thoughts on “Dying For Christmas

  1. says:

    There was something about the blurb for this book that grabbed my attention Maybe it was that I had never read a Christmas thriller before or it could be that it sounded so intriguing Either way, it turns out, it wasn t exactly what I had hoped for.The opening was strong I was captivated Excited Curious What could possibly make a woman go

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    Find my reviews on my blog Date Read 11 14 16Pub Date US 11 22 164 STARS Out Christmas shopping one December afternoon, Jessica Gould meets the charming Dominic Lacey and impulsively agrees to go home with him for a drink What follows is a Twelve Days of Christmas from hell as Lacey holds Jessica captive, forcing her to wear his missing wife s gown

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    DYING FOR CHRISTMAS by Tammy Cohen is one twisted dark psychological Christmas read I am missing Held captive by a blue eyed stranger To mark the twelve days of Christmas, he gives me a gift every day, eachhorrible than the last The twelfth day is getting closer After that, there ll be noChristmas cheer for me No mince pies, no carols No way out.But I have a

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    The Hook Fa la la la la, la la la la from some of my GR friends Yes, they made a list and I checked it twice, I soon found out this book was naughty, not nice The LineIf only she could pickle this moment and put it in a jar The Sinker The first clue is the title itself What can you expect when you put the words dying and Christmas on the cover This is no ho, ho, ho, S

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    5 Words Christmas, kidnap, deceit, revenge, torture.Wow This book.Talk about an unreliable narrator I loved Jessica I loved how when I got to the end of part one, I could have happily put the book down But that second half It blew my mind.Now, I love Christmas And I love crime But I ve never really read a good mix of the two, despite a year on year search That was until I picke

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    This was an extremely twisty turny psychological thriller The first 60% were brilliant, then I felt a bit cheated but can t explain why without giving too much of the plot away However, once I got over that, I did enjoy the remainder of the story again, although not as much as the first part, and I appreciated the ending which played out differently to what I had anticipated and probably

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    I have a feeling that 2015 will be a good year for the psychological thriller category I have already read some real winners so far Let s toss this one into that box of goodies This is the Christmas you don t want to have unless you are really messed up or lunch with your Mother In Law is a worse option I am missing Held captive by a blue eyed stranger To mark the twelve days of Christmas, he give

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    I am missing Held captive by a blue eyed stranger To mark the twelve days of Christmas, he gives me a gift every day, eachhorrible than the last My favourite kind of literary evil is full of charm, smooth talking, quietly voiced, sharp dressed and smiling That is exactly what Tammy Cohen has delivered here in the form of Dominic Lacey, with a dimple to boot This is a man who just oozes menace with a smile O

  9. says:

    While out Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve Jessica Gould meets an intriguing man, Dominic Lacey, and ends up agreeing to go home with him for a drink As soon as Jessica is alone with Dominic she immediately regrets her decision and begins to fear for what she has gotten herself into Jessica finds herself locked in Dominic s apartment with no means of escape as she slowly comes to realize that he has no plans of le

  10. says:

    Jessica Gold sits down for a rest from her shopping one Christmas Eve in a busy caf , when a very attractive man sits opposite her His name is Dominic Lacey and, when she realises he is flirting, Jessica is tempted Her boyfriend Travis seems to be going through the motions in their relationship and to her parents and older, married, brothers, Jessica is always seen as the outsider slightly strange, even weird At first, it seem

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