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Because She Loves Me Kindle Edition
A gripping tale of jealousy and obsession, from the #1 bestselling author of The Magpies.
When Andrew Sumner meets beautiful, edgy Charlie, he is certain his run of bad luck has finally come to an end.
But as the two of them embark on an intense affair, Andrew wonders if his grasp on reality is slipping. Items go missing in his apartment. Somebody appears to be following him. And as misfortune and tragedy strike his friends and loved ones, Andrew is forced to confront the frightening truth...
Is Charlie really the girl of his dreams – or the woman of his nightmares?
“Vivid, unflinching and craftily plotted, Because She Loves Me is a dark and twisty tale that is sure to be another big hit!” —Chris Ewan
“Yet another superb psychological thriller from Mark Edwards. Because She Loves Me perfectly shows off his extraordinary talent for characterisation, gripping plot, and the ability to make you read just one more chapter before reluctantly putting it down.” —Luca Veste, author of Dead Gone
“Seriously addictive and keeps you guessing until the final page.” —Tamar Cohen, author of The Broken
“Twists, intrigue, and masterfully-created psychological suspense. Guaranteed to make you drop everything and keep turning the pages.” —Sibel Hodge, author of Look Behind You
“Dark, sexy and utterly addictive, Because She Loves Me is domestic noir at its very best.” —Eva Dolan, author of Long Way Home
About the Author
Mark writes psychological thrillers. He loves stories in which scary things happen to ordinary people and is inspired by writers such as Stephen King, Ira Levin, Ruth Rendell, Ian McEwan, Val McDermid and Donna Tartt.
Mark is now a full-time writer. Before that, he once picked broad beans, answered complaint calls for a rail company, taught English in Japan and worked as a marketing director.
Mark co-published a series of crime novels with Louise Voss. The Magpies was his first solo venture and topped the UK Kindle charts for three months when it was first released. Since its success, the novel has been re-edited and published by Thomas & Mercer on 26th November 2013. Because She Loves Me is his second spine-tingling thriller.
He lives in England with his wife, their three children and a ginger cat.
He can be contacted at: email@example.com
- ASIN : B00IX0U7NE
- Publisher : Thomas & Mercer (2 Sept. 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 2792 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 352 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 11,158 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 May 2016
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Aside from the glaring continuity errors the story is OK, there is a lot of sex and it does read like something a YA might have written or a YA might want to read but it’s the ending which really stretches credulity. Really? Really?
I'm giving this 3 stars as I did manage to finish it, although for a short book it felt very loooong, my advice would be not to pay more than 99p for this book, it will while away a few hours but won't make much of an impression.
I finally gave up and read the last chapter as suggested by another reviewer. I am so glad I didn’t waste my time on reading the whole book.
This book is, as every book I read by Mark Edwards so far, absolutely brilliant. I don’t know how he does it but he’s a genius in creating these so strong and extreme characters that won’t let you put the book down.
I semi-enjoyed the book and it was a quick read, kept me captivated almost throughout, apart from the sex scenes of which there were too many. Same in Edward’s Magpies. Way too much sex.
The main let down is the twist. Why does the baddie of the story have such a tiny part to play until the moment she reveals herself to be the killer.
The author could have dropped a few hints and made the reader doubt any of the female characters a bit more, but there wasn’t anything in the story to point suspicion towards the actual baddie or any other possibilities. All is revealed in the end and explained in detail because there is no way for the reader to connect the dots because there are no dots offered in the story.
Could have been so much better.