Halstead, psychologist, thought she had a bad day trying to counsel
three sets of hostile parents in total denial. She couldn't
wait to get home and take a hot bath, have two extra-strength
Excedrin and indulge in a long nap. She was thankful that her
cousin and roommate, Stephanie, was enroute to the Hamptons.
She had the place to herself - or did she? Terry's "bad day"
was nothing compared to what was about to happen.
Terry's surprise, she found her cousin's boyfriend, Gordon Mallory,
in her living room. She figured Stephanie was in the bedroom
gathering some last minute surprises for the bash on Gordon's
yacht. Terry told Gordon that she didn't mean to be rude but
had a terrible headache and was hoping for some downtime. He
offered to give her a back rub to ease the stress. When Terry
asked if Stephanie was in her room, Gordon replied that she was not
there. Apparently, she was completing an audition.
Terry's heart began to pound. She didn't know whether Gordon
was drunk or delusional. Gordon started to attack Terry.
She was saved by the sound of Stephanie's voice on the
intercom. Gordon let go of Terry but made the chilling remark
"We'll finish this - until then I'll be watching you."
reported this incident to the police. She received a call one
evening from Detective Hadman informing her that there was an
accident involving Gordon's yacht. There was an explosion and
everyone on the yacht was killed, including Gordon - but was Gordon
Terry soon begins to receive e-mails with the
words "I'll be Watching You" in the contents. The e-mails are
only the beginning. Who is doing this to Terry? Is
Gordon still alive? Is it his twin brother, Jonathan? Is
it someone she is counseling?
This is an excellent
psychological thriller. It is fast paced and will keep you on
the edge of your seat. It has a chilling storyline that will
keep you very interested. One recommendation - Don't read this
book while you are home alone! Do read this book. It is
an excellent attention grabber that will hold you
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