Don't Speak To Strangers

Don t Speak To Strangers A parent s worst nightmare a young boy s terror at the hands of his crazed abductor a rookie FBI agent s vow to track him down Author Marion Rosen s stunning debut is a harrowing story that combines t

  • Title: Don't Speak To Strangers
  • Author: Marion Rosen
  • ISBN: 9780312950002
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
  • A parent s worst nightmare a young boy s terror at the hands of his crazed abductor a rookie FBI agent s vow to track him down Author Marion Rosen s stunning debut is a harrowing story that combines the edge of your seat tension of Mary Higgins Clark with the chilling portrait of violent madness in V.C Andrews Flowers in the Attic.

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    1. a roller coaster of good and bad writingDon't Speak to Strangers is like riding a roller coaster - not because of its thrills, but because sometimes it is very poorly written and sometimes it is really quite good.The author does a pretty good job of making you wonder why this boy is singled out by the kidnapper - but when I found out why I didn't really buy it. His attempts at escape are interesting but the FBI agents are pretty lame (the female agent is hyper-concerned at being treated as an eq [...]

    2. I read this book like 10 or even 15 years back and I remember so vividly what happens in it and how I suck the story in. Maybe it touched me so badly 'cause my mother used to tell me, don't speak and go with strangers and in this book I could read what could happen if you do so.

    3. I THINK THE BOOK "DONT SPEAK TO STRANGERS" IS VERY GOOD I THINK I COULD PUT THIS BOOK ON MY TOP 10 YOU KNOW ==>L.O.L<==

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