Review: Bad Move

Editorial Review - - Joe Hartlaub

Linwood Barclay is well known to Canadian readers by virtue of his Toronto Star newspaper column, as well as a number of nonfiction books he has published. BAD MOVE is his first work of fiction. It is a quirky yet appealing work with which a number of readers will identify, undoubtedly making Barclay a wellknown commodity on this side of the border as well. BAD MOVE defies easy categorization, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - dom76 - LibraryThing

This one is a whole different feel than his other works. It was a fun light myster/humourous novel. Zack Walker is control, paranoid freak and wanting to teach his wife a lesson in not leaving her ... Read full review

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This was a good 'Summer Vacation' book...easy to read, funny and engrossing. Linwood's character development was excellent, maybe a little too good. I was getting to know Zack so well that I was starting to be able to predict what was going to go wrong next but there were a few surprises. I will pick up Bad Guys the next time I am in the mood for a similar escape. 

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