Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Book Review of The Bodies Left Behind by Jeffery Deaver and we have Music News

Book review

By Lauren Immelman

Book Title: The Bodies Let Behind

Any Jeffery Deaver book is as spine chilling as the feeling you get when someone ‘walks over your grave’. The Bodies Left Behind is a book that is hard to put down and leaves you gripping for more until the very last page.  The Bodies Left Behind is set in a little town in Wisconsin, where off duty cop; Brynn Mckenzie leaves her family home for a deserted lake to investigate an emergency call that was cut short.  Little does she know that when she arrives, a game of cat and mouse will begin. After stumbling across a murder in a secluded house, Brynn finds herself the next potential victim.  Being deprived of the essential devices to call for back up, Brynn flees with the only other survivor of the crime. Two women; two unlikely allies, one hailing from the city and one from a small town. Together they have to battle the elements of the forest surrounding them and  two raging criminals who are hot on their heels.  Survival skills fill Brynn’s will to live which pulls her into a chase that makes her stumble heavily into a trap that will not be forgotten easily. 

So let me just get this one thing straight, this is a book that you will make time to read no matter what your plans are for that day of chores.  Timing is essential and for this book you will only need a little of it because there is never a time when you want to put it down. If you are a fan of thrillers then this will be your all-time favourite book to read, yet if you have never read a thriller, then this is the book you want to start reading to get into that deep, deep cave of intrigue and suspicion.

Not only does Jeffery Deaver create gut wrenching and terrifying twists and plots, but he makes it evident that death can come from any corner or curve to anyone who comes in its way. 

Music at St Clements

The first of the popular Acoustic Axents Music Series for 2014 kicks off on Wednesday, 15th January at St. Clements restaurant on Musgrave road, from 18h00 to 20h00.
Featuring a stress-free blend of acoustic music by Richard and Graham Ellis plus Riaz Carim, concert style, in a cosy lounge, their special guest is singer/songwriter, Tiffany Sheppard.
Drinks and meals are available. The recommended donation fee is : R30
Please come and ease into a relaxing year with the Acoustic Axents Team.

(Source - St Clements) 

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