"You will most certainly want to keep the lights on for this thriller!"
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted March 8, 2017
Thriller | Mystery Police Procedural
DON'T TURN OUT THE LIGHTS written by Bernard Minier will
leave you frozen in
your seat! This story line is so unnerving (In a good way.)
you will not want to
move a muscle. I love mysteries that keep you wondering
through out then at the
end, wham! I did not see that coming. This is the second the
series that Minier is known for creating and it will not
Martin Servaz is taking time off from the job to spend time
in a clinic for his
depression. At least he is trying to when he is sent mail
with a key card to a hotel
in it. That key is to a room were a year earlier an artist
had committed suicide
and now this leads him to figure out what is behind this
mysterious package sent
to him. What was supposed to be much needed time off is no
Christine Steinmeyer finds a suicide note in her mailbox on
but she has no clue whom it was meant for and who left it.
Then strange things
start to happen at work and in her personal life that all
comes back to that note.
She never knew how much her life would change after that
This is another great novel for Bernard Minier that no
wonder he his last
novel was a number one International Bestseller! DON'T TURN
OUT THE LIGHTS is sure to be just as brilliant. With such a
great character as Martin Servaz I can't wait for the next one.
“You did nothing.”
Christine Steinmeyer thought
the anonymous suicide note she found in her mailbox on
Christmas Eve wasn’t meant for her. But the man calling in
to her radio show seems convinced
“You let her die. . .
That’s only the beginning. Bit by bit, her life
is turned upside down. But who among her friends and family
hates her enough to want to destroy her? And why?It’s as if
someone has taken over her life, and everything holding it
together starts to crumble. Soon all that is left is an
Martin Servaz is on leave in a
clinic for depressed cops, haunted by his childhood
sweetheart Marianne’s kidnapping by his nemesis, the
psychopath Julian Hirtmann. One day, he receives a key card
to a hotel room in the mail—the room where an artist
committed suicide a year earlier. Someone wants him to get
back to work, which he’s more than ready to do, despite his
mandatory sick leave. Servaz soon uncovers evidence of a
truly terrifying crime. Could someone really be cruelly,
consciously hounding women to death?
What if the
people closest to us are not what they seem? What happens
when someone takes control of your life and your
relationships? And what is hiding in the darkness? In
Bernard Minier's Don't Turn Out the Lights, you won’t
see who’s coming after you.
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