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The House On Fever Street by Celina Grace

The House On Fever Street (edition 2012)

by Celina Grace

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Title:The House On Fever Street
Authors:Celina Grace
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012), Paperback, 282 pages
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Tags:contemporary British fiction, self-published, psychological thriller

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The House on Fever Street by Celina Grace



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Tediously over-written. By half-way through I was skimming the pages simply to see what happened. Apart from the framing event that brings the protagonists together, the lurid climax and denouement, it's all emotionally quite commonplace. ( )
  frogball | Dec 11, 2012 |
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Who’s going to save you now?

Thrown together in the aftermath of the London bombings of 2005, Jake and Bella embark on a passionate and intense romance. Soon Bella is living with Jake in his house on Fever Street, along with his sardonic brother Carl and Carl’s girlfriend, the beautiful but chilly Veronica.

As Bella tries to come to terms with her traumatic experience, her relationship with Jake also becomes a source of unease. Why do the housemates never go into the garden? Why does Jake have such bad dreams and such explosive outbursts of temper?

Bella is determined to understand the man she loves but as she uncovers long-buried secrets, is she putting herself back into mortal danger?

Perfect for fans of Nicci French and Erin Kelly, The House on Fever Street is the first psychological thriller from writer Celina Grace - a chilling study of the violent impulses that lurk beneath the surfaces of everyday life.

Shortlisted for the 2006 Crime Writers’ Association Debut Dagger Award. [retrieved 9/7/2016 from Amazon.com]
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