Books: FICTION.Byline: Caroline Davison
Too Close to Home, by Linwood Barclay (Orion Fiction, pounds 12.99).
Available February 5.
ONE night, the life of the Cutter family is turned upside Upside
The potential dollar amount by which the market or a stock could rise.
This is basically an educated guess on how high a stock could go in the near future.
See also: Bull, Downside down, when their neighbours are gunned down in their home.
But little do the Cutters realise that their own son, Derek, was at the scene of the crime.
When Derek's earring earring, a personal adornment, sometimes an amulet, worn attached to the ear lobe. Since prehistoric times the ear has been pierced for the insertion of the earring; certain primitive tribes distort the lobe with plugs several inches in diameter or with heavy stones. is found at the Langley property, the truth begins to unravel.
This imaginative and believable be·liev·a·ble
Capable of eliciting belief or trust. See Synonyms at plausible.
be·lieva·bil whodunit is thoroughly gripping. While Jim Cutter attempts to clear his son's name, he has to contend with lies, confusion and half-truths, as well as the nagging suspicion that the murderer may have gone to the wrong house.
Although predictable in parts, the twists and turns of this new thriller make it very enjoyable.