Review: No Time for Goodbye by Linwood Barclay, read by.

Cynthia is happily married with a young daughter, a new family. But the story of her old family isn't over. A strange car in the neighbourhood, untraceable phone calls, ominous "gifts" — someone has returned to her hometown to finish what was started twenty-five years ago. And no one's innocence is guaranteed, not even her own. By the time Cynthia discovers her killer's shocking identity, it will again be too late...even for goodbye. ( From Bantam )

Cynthia glanced about for a note. Her mom was big about leaving notes when she had to go out. Even when she was angry. A long enough note to say, "On your own today," or "Make yourself some eggs, have to drive Todd," or just "Back later." If she was really angry, instead of signing off with "Love, Mom," she'd write "L, Mom."

Cynthia worked up the nerve to shout "Mom?" Her own voice suddenly sounded strange to her. Maybe because there was something in it she didn't want to recognize.

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" No Time for Goodbye just flies off the page. It's a one-sit thriller. You sit down with this book and you won't get up until you've turned the last page."—Michael Connelly

"A terrific page-turner that keeps you in suspense until the very end. If you like Harlan Coben, you'll love Linwood Barclay."—Peter Robinson, author of Piece of My Heart

" No Time for Goodbye begins as an intriguing mystery then shifts with a sinister grace into a race-against-time thriller that begs to be read in a single sitting. Barclay sets his dark tale in the most familiar of surroundings, a decent, loving family, on the verge of being torn apart by tragic events 25 years old. The author’s unique voice finds terror in the most mundane of environments, an ordinary home, and thereby makes his shocking and original tale all the more compelling."—David Hewson, author of The Lizard's Bite

Cynthia is happily married with a young daughter, a new family. But the story of her old family isn't over. A strange car in the neighbourhood, untraceable phone calls, ominous "gifts" — someone has returned to her hometown to finish what was started twenty-five years ago. And no one's innocence is guaranteed, not even her own. By the time Cynthia discovers her killer's shocking identity, it will again be too late...even for goodbye. ( From Bantam )

Cynthia glanced about for a note. Her mom was big about leaving notes when she had to go out. Even when she was angry. A long enough note to say, "On your own today," or "Make yourself some eggs, have to drive Todd," or just "Back later." If she was really angry, instead of signing off with "Love, Mom," she'd write "L, Mom."

Cynthia worked up the nerve to shout "Mom?" Her own voice suddenly sounded strange to her. Maybe because there was something in it she didn't want to recognize.

Cynthia is happily married with a young daughter, a new family. But the story of her old family isn't over. A strange car in the neighbourhood, untraceable phone calls, ominous "gifts" — someone has returned to her hometown to finish what was started twenty-five years ago. And no one's innocence is guaranteed, not even her own. By the time Cynthia discovers her killer's shocking identity, it will again be too late...even for goodbye. ( From Bantam )

Cynthia glanced about for a note. Her mom was big about leaving notes when she had to go out. Even when she was angry. A long enough note to say, "On your own today," or "Make yourself some eggs, have to drive Todd," or just "Back later." If she was really angry, instead of signing off with "Love, Mom," she'd write "L, Mom."

Cynthia worked up the nerve to shout "Mom?" Her own voice suddenly sounded strange to her. Maybe because there was something in it she didn't want to recognize.

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Cynthia is happily married with a young daughter, a new family. But the story of her old family isn't over. A strange car in the neighbourhood, untraceable phone calls, ominous "gifts" — someone has returned to her hometown to finish what was started twenty-five years ago. And no one's innocence is guaranteed, not even her own. By the time Cynthia discovers her killer's shocking identity, it will again be too late...even for goodbye. ( From Bantam )

Cynthia glanced about for a note. Her mom was big about leaving notes when she had to go out. Even when she was angry. A long enough note to say, "On your own today," or "Make yourself some eggs, have to drive Todd," or just "Back later." If she was really angry, instead of signing off with "Love, Mom," she'd write "L, Mom."

Cynthia worked up the nerve to shout "Mom?" Her own voice suddenly sounded strange to her. Maybe because there was something in it she didn't want to recognize.

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