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by Penny Kline

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Penny Kline
Severn House Publishers; First Edition edition (August 1, 1998)
224 pages
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Miss Seymour is growing a little tired of taking in other people's parcels. Living in Dread (Anna McColl Mystery Book 6). Penny Kline. The day the nightmare began. Reading now. The Perfect Play.

Living in dread by Penny Kline is a mystery and thriller and general fiction (adult) read. How long will it take to get to the truth? When psychologist Anna McColl is rendered homeless by a house fire, she finds temporary accommodation in the annex of a house owned by Eric Newsom.

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By (author) Penny Kline. Publication date 01 May 1999. Publisher Magna Large Print Books. Publication City/Country Long Preston, United Kingdom. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Hardback 366 pages.

Previous books: Ursula's Arm; Anna McColl crime novels: Dying to Help, Feeling Bad, A Crushing Blow, Turning Nasty, Ending in Tears, Living in Dread. Karen Cady Mysteries (for children): A Watery Grave, Deathly Silence, A Choice of Evils, Don't Breathe a Word

A few days before filming started for 'Penny Lane', Goldmann shot a promo for 'Strawberry Fields Forever'. Both shoots presented a challenge for everyone involved owing to the Musicians' Union ban on any action that could be construed as miming.

A few days before filming started for 'Penny Lane', Goldmann shot a promo for 'Strawberry Fields Forever'. Despite these limitations, both the films Goldmann made were so innovative that neither would have looked out of place on MTV a decade and a half later.

Penny Lane is not only a street but it's a district, explained Paul in 1980, a suburban . So I was the only Beatle that lived in Penny Lane.

Penny Lane is not only a street but it's a district, explained Paul in 1980, a suburban district where, until age four, I lived with my mother and father. It was one of those row houses like they always picture in the early Beatles' life stories and in 'Yellow Submarine' – you know, drooly versions of the four working-class lads. Yet another Penny Lane session was booked for the following day, January 10th, 1967, this time in EMI Studio Three.

Living in Dread is a gripping mystery thriller, which reveals the complexities of family, friendship, love and murder. Praise for Penny Kline. Absorbing' - The Scotsman. Economically but fluently crafted' - Evening Post. Living in Bristol for several years, she has built a career on combining psychotherapy, lecturing, and writing. Married with two children, she now lives and works in Exeter, where her husband is Professor of Psychology at the university.

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  • Gerceytone
An excellent tale by a British writer - so, naturally, lots of British terms involved. I found it thoroughly enjoyable.

It was somewhat difficult to put down. I found it thoroughly enjoyable and well put together and wonderfully written.

But writing a review for it requires too much content. Much more than I am willing to do.
  • Hiylchis
Book took forever to develop. The characters were bland. The story in developing. When the story started to advance, it totally lacked suspense. The most suspenseful thing to the story was anticipating the ending. I only got 20% through.
Great Book! Easy late night reading
  • Zut
I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily reviewing it.

Anna McColl finds herself homeless after a horrible fire takes her home. She then moves into a home owned by Eric Newsom. After she moves in she discovers that Eric's wife had been stabbed and killed several months ago. The killer was never found and Eric himself is the prime suspect. Anna is not convinced and proceeds to try and uncover the truth.

This was a thrilling book that really keeps you guessing and turning the pages. I highly recommend it to anyone in the mood for a great suspense novel. This one did not disappoint and I look forward to reading further books from this author.
  • Moralsa
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I really enjoyed this mystery. I thought it started off slowly and I wasn't sure about it but the writing was well done, the characters grew on me and as the list of possible motives and suspects grew the more suspenseful the story became. I would definitely recommend!
  • FRAY
I would like to thank NetGalley and Endeavour Press for giving me the opportunity to read this which I voluntarily reviewed.
I didn't realise that this was part of a series. It can be read as a stand alone thriller without any problems.
It took me a while to get into this book and I nearly abandoned it. I'm so pleased I didn't!
The plot flows easily, keeping you turning the pages. The characters are well-written. I wasn't sure about Eric at first but I liked Anna immediately.
This is a book which keeps you in suspense. A must read for all fans of psychological thrillers.
  • MrDog
Dull, boring, lack of likeable characters, too long, rude characters, did I say dull? I quit after half the book. I normally have a good thing or two to say about a book, but even the main character was irritatingly dull.
This is the first of the Anna McColl books that I have read and I really liked it.
It's a good mystery and I didn't figure out who did it until Anna herself did.