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The Intruders by Michael Marshall

The Intruders (original 2007; edition 2007)

by Michael Marshall

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Title:The Intruders
Authors:Michael Marshall
Info:Harper (2008), Paperback, 496 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:crime, fiction, USA, supernatural

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The Intruders by Michael Marshall Smith (2007)



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A well-written story with a bizarre premise that went on far too long. I gave up about 3/4 of the way through and jumped to the end. ( )
  dorie.craig | Jun 22, 2017 |
This was a genuinely creepy book. It was written in the same style as Koontz and King. You will never, for sure figure out just who "the Intruders" are. It was the kind of story that you had to go back to be sure of what was what. That being said, it was a very entertaining read. ( )
  Carol420 | May 31, 2016 |
Really wanted to like this book. It started out well but I just couldn't get into it. ( )
  planetmut | Dec 31, 2013 |
Sorry this book wasn't for me starts off well, I thought I was going to enjoy it.
To be fair super natural stories aren't my thing.

It took me about 300 pages to realize this wasn't my cup of tea but I wanted to finish it.

Potentially a really good idea if you are into these types of stories. But not for me. ( )
  Daftboy1 | Jan 7, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061235024, Hardcover)

Stunning new psychological thriller from the bestselling author of 'The Straw Men'. Jack Whalen was an LAPD patrol cop for twelve years. He left in difficult circumstances and now he's not really sure what he is. He's not too sure about his wife, either -- when she goes missing on a routine business trip to Seattle, Jack heads up there to find her: only to discover she's not really missing after all. Over the coming days it becomes increasingly clear that something has changed, however -- and is still changing. Jack is meanwhile contacted by a childhood acquaintance, Gary Fisher. Fisher's a lawyer now, and wants help in solving an odd little mystery concerning a businessman's will. The further Jack digs, the bigger the mystery seems to be -- and the stranger Fisher becomes. And in Oregon, a ten-year-old girl goes missing. It gradually becomes clear that she's at least partly in control of the situation, however -- and also that she's very far from defenceless. Searching for answers in the dark secrets of a past that still haunts him, Jack discovers that the truth has roots deeper and darker than he ever feared.

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"When ex-LAPD patrol cop Jack Whalen's wife goes missing on a routine business trip, his world is shaken. Jack sets out to search for her, only to discover that there is something far more mysterious going on than her apparent disappearance." --COVER.… (more)

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