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eBook Dead in the Water ePub

by Vivien Armstrong

  • ISBN: 0727822292
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Vivien Armstrong
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Severn House Publishers; Unabridged edition (February 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 222
  • ePub book: 1193 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1331 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr txt docx
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 719

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Dead in the Water book.

Dead in the Water book.

Mimsie Crane has never managed to keep a job for long and in between temping assignments she works for dodgy builder Steve Epps

Mimsie Crane has never managed to keep a job for long and in between temping assignments she works for dodgy builder Steve Epps. When she arrives one morning to discover her current boss tied to his dentist's chair and the surgery vandalized, Mimsie is suddenly pitchforked into a bizarre manhunt.

In December 2018, some months after Dead in the Water was published top wide acclaim, she travelled to. .

In December 2018, some months after Dead in the Water was published top wide acclaim, she travelled to Guatemala with a BBC journalist and crew to record the podcast Paradise, which revisits the murders and retraces the last days of the victims and what happened afterwards. The book introduces the families and their lives prior to the decision to travel and you can almost feel the optimism with which the journey started and the enthusiasm of her brother's character, then the wonderfully descriptive letters and tape recordings sent home to parents and siblings looking forward to their regular news.

Dead in the Water may refer to: Dead in the Water (novel), the third book in the Stone Barrington series by Stuart Woods. Dead in the Water, a novel by Ann Granger. Dead in the Water (film), a 2002 American thriller. Dead in the Water (1991 film), a 1991 made-for-TV film starring Bryan Brown and Teri Hatcher. Dead in the Water" (Supernatural), an episode of the television series Supernatural. Dead in the Water", a song by David Gray from his 2002 album A New Day at Midnight.

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Vivien Armstrong has written: 'Dead in the Water'. Fool's gold' - subject(s): Fiction, Women artists. Vivien Kilgour has written: 'Factors influencing the effectiveness of training in the manual handling operations regulations'. Murder Between Friends'. Roll Over, Play Dead (Chief Inspector Roger Hayes)'. The Payoff (Chief Inspector Roger Hayes)'.

Vivien Armstrong The Honey Trap

Vivien Armstrong The Honey Trap. Mr Alington from the Christabel asked me to leave these in your safekeeping, young ma. Frederick’s fruity Edwardian tones would have offended the sensitivities of Wayne, always alert to piss-takers, had he not been subjected to the old man’s rich phraseology on previous visits. He nodded, shoving the keys in a drawer, mumbling some sort of response, but the words, entangled in the muffler, refused to emerge. I say, what?’ Wayne lowered the grubby scarf to disclose a bruised and swollen lip.

Dead in the Water is saturated with brooding, claustrophobic, hallucinatory menace. Dead in the Water is an involving and truly frightening book. This is the kind of horror that gets underneath your skin and works its way into your soul. Nancy Holder’s vivid voice and sharp characterization make it all real. Real terro. or those daring enough to take the trip. I enjoyed it immensely. Rick Hautala, author of Ghost Light and Dark Silence. With Dead in the Water Nancy Holder proves why she’s an award-winning author.

... but then, no one expects working for a dentist to be a barrel of laughs.

Mimsie Crane never manages to keep a job for long, and between periods of temping she works for a dodgy builder called Steve Epps, who offers the nearest thing to regular employment.

However, when she arrives one Monday to discover her current boss tied to his dentist's chair -- wearing little more than a clump of daffodils -- and the surgery vandalised, Steve Epps is the only man she can think of to turn to. Suddenly, Mimsie is pitchforked into a bizarre manhunt in which a stalker is apparently targeting all the dentist's staff. Then, one of her co-workers is strangled and Mimsie finds herself in real danger ...