Next of Sin The DREAM which made her life a NIGHTMARE A string of murders dating back to and in all that time only one witness and she doesn t even know she s a witness A strange recurring dream is haunting

  • Title: Next of Sin
  • Author: Lisa Gordon
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  • Page: 456
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  • The DREAM which made her life a NIGHTMARE A string of murders dating back to 1987 and in all that time only one witness and she doesn t even know she s a witness A strange recurring dream is haunting you you see a psychologist and a psychic as your try to figure it out Then hits you the memory floods back Suddenly everything you thought you knew about yourselThe DREAM which made her life a NIGHTMARE A string of murders dating back to 1987 and in all that time only one witness and she doesn t even know she s a witness A strange recurring dream is haunting you you see a psychologist and a psychic as your try to figure it out Then hits you the memory floods back Suddenly everything you thought you knew about yourself, your family and your past is cast into doubt Someone you love is a KILLER But who will believe you He is popular, successful, charming and credible The Police will say that you have no evidence People will call you mad, paranoid or vindictive You select your allies with great care, as there are few you dare trust in this duplicitous new world You set about assembling the evidence secretively and urgently, before he strikes again However, he gets wind of your suspicions and this time when he kills, it s someone very close to you, someone who knows the truth Suddenly you realise you are up against than just him, he has eminent and influential friends and the scales of justice are rigged against you What would you do What will Gaby do A book that will make you wonder if you can ever trust anyone again and the safe answer NO.

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    1. DNF at page 130 Unfortunately for me something wasn't right from the beginning. At the first page yes I got the shock factor but I also got a little creeped out as well! I think for anyone who enjoys a twisty book that's fast paced should try this. I guess with me I have to have that small amount of romance that gives me all the feelings and this wasn't that kind of book. The writing was very good and once it's been edited I think it will flow really well! I am branching out of my comfort zone b [...]

    2. In so many cases when I read a thriller, I'm able to see just around the corner to see what's coming next. Not here - Gordon has created a complex web of plots that stunned me. Also woven in is a social issue confounding society that really gives you pause to think for well after you've closed the book. The author's whimsical and descriptive style, character development and her overall mastery of storytelling make this a book that I would recommend to anyone who wants to expect the unexpected.

    3. I loved this book. I read it in 2 days, couldn't put it down. The plot was fast and unexpected, the characters easy to identify with, and being from South Africa I particularly enjoyed the South African'isms.Fantastic book!

    4. I've just won a copy of this book from Giveaways. After I've received it, read it, and formulated my opinions, I'll post my honest review. Stay tuned!

    5. I have looked out for Lisa Gordon's books since I read her debut novel A Sealed Fate because I felt then she had a gift for quirky but credible plots and I wondered how that would develop. Next of Sin is her second offering in a similar genre, which I would place really as a fusion of the crime (serial murder) novel, the thriller / adventure novel with a fair bit of Chick-lit interest also thrown in. Once again she doesn't disappoint with the quirky plot. It's another serial murder plot with a t [...]

    6. When Gaby recovers a memory from her formative years that shatters her illusion of her loving brother she also unravels what appears to be the disappearance and early deaths of a number of his former girlfriends. Armed with her recovered memory and suspicions she breaches the distance between herself and her sister Meagan to stop further tragedy. Although the plot of this thriller had the potential to be quite a gripping and compelling read I found the narrative lacked flow and there were errors [...]

    7. Thriller worthy of Hitchcock!Ever wonder what happened to those stories filled with suspense with twists and turns? You know the kind that Alfred Hitchcock produced, making us bite our nails and worry for the hero or heroine! Well Lisa Gordon has penned that type of thriller and it's worth reading. Her heroine, Gaby thought she was leading an ideal life. She was a rising star in her legal firm and just married a handsome man. Then the nightmares started plaguing her and memories of a childhood t [...]

    8. Two teenagers fooling about on a camping holiday; a young woman marries surrounding by her loving family; an idyllic honeymoon; a salubrious law firm - the image of perfection and yet evil lurks.A body on a Morrocan Beach; a missing girl in Japan; a corpse floating in the Meditteranean - what is the link. The vital clue lies locked in away in a memory - a memory that now wants to be remembered.This book grabs you from the start and never lets go! A page turner from an author who knows people and [...]

    9. I got this book through the firstreads program. The story actually took some time for me to get into. I was really distracted by the writing style; I'll attribute it to the language gap. There seemed to be an overuse of adjectives and adverbs, where they didn't offer anything to the story. There were many obscure words that I actually had to look up to get the meaning of the sentence, each was probably common in Britain. Some parts of the story were rather unbelievable to me also, I'm wondering [...]

    10. This book grabbed me from the beginning. As I turned page after page I was drawn further into the story and found myself unable to put down my kindle. The author spins a tale that keeps you guessing and enlightens the reader in areas that few authors can. Suspenseful, gripping and excitingat would be my short description of this book. Very nice work Lisa Gordon. Everyone will be predicting what they would do in Gaby's shoes. I definitely recommend this to all readers who enjoy thrillers, crime d [...]

    11. A chilling, nail-biter of a story, the author’s confidence and prowess grows in each successive book. The characters are strong, varied and interesting. The narration given from more than one point of view gives an insight into the victims terrifying awareness of the inevitable and for Gaby our heroine the distressing, painful realisation of what she has discovered; an excellent and enjoyable read. The author was kind enough to give me a copy of her book with a request for an honest opinion. I [...]

    12. I was very intrigued by the synopsis of "Next of Sin" but unfortunately the feeling didn't last. The story itself has great potential but it was poorly developed; good dialogues, good writing style but still not enough to make this book a great thriller.*This book was kindly sent to me by the author, Lisa Gordon, in exchange for an honest review*

    13. Fast paced novelAt first I knew what to expect but as the book progressed it became more challenging to figure out the missing pieces of the puzzle. I liked this book a lot, quick read, entertaining, twists and thrills!

    14. 3.5/5.0"Next of Sin" is a fast-paced thriller, with its evocative prose generating vivid emotions, keeping the reader turning every page quickly. Read full review in the 2016 March issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    15. 3.5 rating. The book had a lot of twists and turns to keep you guessing. I think a more thorough proof reading would have been beneficial.

    16. A Shocking RevelationNext of Sin captured my attention from the very beginning and I found it difficult to put down. Author, Lisa Gordon, has weaved a clever plot and the writing flows effortlessly with lots of twists and turns. Gaby Butler, the protagonist of this warped tale, makes a startling discovery and has to secretly collect evidence and only talk to those she trusts. She begins to understand who she is and also learns a few home truths. I liked Chantelle’s (Gaby’s brother’s ex-gir [...]

    17. This thriller starts with the wedding of Gabriella Butler, now Harvey, and her husband Piers. The whole Butler family is in attendance, including Chantelle, the girlfriend of Gaby’s brother Clinton, and one of her bridesmaids. Gaby is very close to her older brother, much more than she is with her father, maybe because her father is a distant and cold lawyer with political ambitions, and Clinton is the only one who ever takes care of her.During her honeymoon in Malaysia, Gaby begins to suffer [...]

    18. A recurring nightmare, is it something so horrific that is trying to break free from the darkest part of your mind? Gaby is well-bred, intelligent, happily married, and has a promising career as an attorney. Why can’t she end the nightmares that plague her, night after night? She has tried everything from a psychologist to a psychic with no relief. The strain on her new marriage is apparent, but she cannot shake that sense of doom that follows her. Like a gnat, it keeps buzzing around. When a [...]

    19. I haven't read a thriller type book in a while so I was excited for the suspense factor of this book. While I did have a bit of a difficult time getting into it, I ended up enjoying the storyline. I felt like I had to talk myself into reading for the first few chapters, but after a while, I began to have the feeling of not wanting to put it down. You know that feeling where you just HAVE to know what happens next? I felt it :)There were a few things that I didn't love. First, there were times wh [...]

    20. You witnessed a murder when you were hardly more than a toddler and you don't remember? I'll buy that. You're depressed and can't uncover the source of discontent until you indulged in a controlled substance and the memories flooded back? Okay. I'll bite. Your brother is a diabolical - and seemingly unstoppable - decades long serial killer, and you think you shouldn't tell anyone but your sister and then decide to take him on yourselves? Whooooaaaaa. Wait a minute. This novel unraveled pretty qu [...]

    21. Set in the UK, the story began with a young Lucy Simpson sneaking out of camp to meet a handsome young lad who wouldn’t allow her to tell her friends about them.He wanted to go for a swim and so he did but Lucy was not so thrilled about it. She still reluctantly jumped in but felt uneasy so when she heard a man passing by, she wanted to ask for help but the young lad was fast to hold her down the water.Things went by so quickly and in a matter of seconds, Lucy was dead. And this young lad felt [...]

    22. Imagine having a serial killer in your family. Imagine that only you knew.Imagine learning that your handsome, successful older brother whom you look up to is a serial killer of women and has been since the age of fourteen. What would you do?For Gaby, it is the beginning of the end of life as she knows it. Her life of simple pursuit of a new marriage and her legal career hits brick wall and slides into the gutter as she begins a single minded pursuit to learn the extent of his predation. It prov [...]

    23. This is one of those stories where the author lets you know early on who the villain is, and that’s not a bad thing, because the story is more about discovery and burden of proof. The main character, Gabrielle, is forced into a position where she knows who the villain is, but also knows she can’t go to the police immediately because he’s a powerful and wealthy man, with an even more powerful father, leaving Gabrielle with the simple knowledge that if she didn't present irrefutable proof to [...]

    24. GRIPPING, SURPRISING and a ROLLERCOASTERI read Lisa Gordon's debut novel A Sealed Fate and enjoyed her style and storytelling; however this novel is more evenly paced and far more action packed.A successful young lawyer Gaby, thinks she has the perfect life: so why do strange dreams begin to haunt her right after her beautiful wedding. She delves into her past via visits to a psychologist and an eccentric old psychic and yet it is a chance comment at a school reunion and a dizzy spell after smok [...]

    25. free book for honest review. juliesbookreviewNext of SinbyLisa GordonA string of murders dating back to 1987 and in all that time only one witness and she doesn't even know she's a witness!A desire to explain a recurring nightmare, leads young lawyer Gaby to a horrifying discovery which throws into question everything she thought she knew about her past, her family and even herself. She is forced to stray onto the wrong side of the law in world where the scales of justice are rigged in favour of [...]

    26. A string of murders dating back to 1987 and in all that time only one witness and she doesn't even know she's a witness!A desire to explain a recurring nightmare, leads young lawyer Gaby to a horrifying discovery which throws into question everything she thought she knew about her past, her family and even herself. She is forced to stray onto the wrong side of the law in world where the scales of justice are rigged in favour of her eminent and respectable adversaries. Along with an unlikely set [...]

    27. I received an advanced copy of this book in return for a honest review.I did not care too much for Next of Sin by Lisa Gordon. This book is written in UK English so the spelling of words is a little different from American English.The first chapter of this book made the book look promising. It seemed to go downhill from there. There is no mystery in the book about who committed the crimes. It was more of a "I know what you did I just have to prove it" plot. The book did offer some small surprise [...]

    28. I really enjoyed L Gordon's previous novel A Sealed Fate, but this was even better - still had the same out-there characters, exotic locations and general foxiness, but a far more intricate plot.The pace is fast, the dialogue carries the tale really well and there are some very thoughtful moments giving this a true to life feel.I was drawn in and found it easy to put myself in the character's shoes: Gaby is a terrific heroine, yet at the same time sounds like a person you could meet in real life [...]

    29. What do you do if you discover that someone very close to you is a killer?That's what this book is all about. Lisa describes the doubts, the conflicts of emotion and the raw feelings of reality as the story unfolds. The protagonist, Gaby, and her friends come across with consummate reality, and before the end of the book, you come to know them very well.Lisa has either travelled widely, or really knows how to use Google Earth. No matter, the descriptions of the many international venues come acr [...]

    30. Next of Sin is a psychological thriller about a woman named Gaby. She’s a newlywed, has a great life, and by all accounts should be happy. Something happens on her honeymoon that triggers a depression seemingly out of nowhere. Gaby takes steps to figure out what’s causing the nightmares only to realize that she was repressing a deep dark secret from her childhood. She sets out to solve the dangerous mystery. I like how the author set up the story. At first, I wasn’t sure who was behind the [...]

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