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Summary

Desperate for money to save her sick mother, Amber reluctantly agrees to rob a man’s house.

After all, the man is ridiculously rich and lives in a huge mansion. What’s more, he soaked an innocent woman with his Mercedes. He deserves it, right?

That’s what her brothers say, anyway.

Then, whilst inside this house, Amber enters a room on the top floor.

A room full of dead bodies.

That's when the shutters descend around the outside of the house.

They are trapped.

And he's home....

©2019 Richard Wood (P)2019 Richard Wood

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As a stand-alone great as the second book it's ok.

So I listen to this book after the prequel "this book is full of bodies". I think if these were not connected I would have enjoyed it a lot more my main issue is continuity between the two books there are so many differences that when listening to one after the other you can spot them a mile off. One big one being his first murder.

If this was a stand-alone book it would get a five all over the board as Rick Wood performance is awesome and I love he reads his own books as then he can do what he perceives as the reader's voice the right way. The story it self is well written and keeps you wanting to listen to more.

My advice is to treat "shutter house" and "this book is full of bodies" as seprate stories.

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  • 02-01-21

Horrible, Ghastly, Sick, Demented .!!

This book should come with a disclaimer, a stern warning, and a certificate for free counseling if you are foolish enough to try and listen to this abominable offering ... absolutely revolting..!!

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