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Editor reviews

Touchy and Feely is a Graham Masterton classic. The author provides a boundless amount of detail, an explicit sex scene, and a number of well-defined misfit characters. Masterton is a master at pacing himself, making this, like many of his other books, irresistible and addicting.Touchy and Feely is the first book in the Sissy Sawyer series. The Connecticut police are desperate for answers about a recent string of murders. Who are the killers? Why are they targeting these victims? Sissy Sawyer has a supernatural ability that makes her essential to solving this case. Liza Ross' lively reading transports the listener into Masterton's world of horror and mystery.

Summary

The first in the new Sissy Sawyer series. When Fidelio Valdes, a disaffected young Puerto Rican, and Robert Touche, a drunk and aggressive businessman who has lost his job and his wife, meet, they begin a spree of random shootings. The Connecticut Police are baffled until widowed fortune-teller Sissy Sawyer contacts them to say that her cards are predicting the murders and giving her clues to the identity of the killers...

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Not the easiest to get in to and rather dull

I tried to enjoy this book but struggled to work out which genre it was trying to be. I actually found the story rather banal and the book dull over all. There were no big surprises or cliff hangers and it just plodded along with characters who were mainly uninteresting. I would probably give this one a kiss

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Enjoyed the story but written like a child

I enjoyed the storyline but the language written seemed a bit childlike and the reading wasn't my favourite.

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Couldn't stand it

No way I could finish this, listening to Mr M create a character who has found long words! Boring boring boring. I have always been a fan, but this just annoyed me. You've let me down Graham