Frank Cotton's insatiable appetite for the dark pleasures of pain led him to the puzzle of Lemarchand's box, and from there, to a death only a sick-minded soul could invent. But his brother's love-crazed wife, Julia, has discovered a way to bring ...
ing Frank back—though the price will be bloody and terrible . . . and there will certainly be hell to pay.
I got the feeling I was reading a script, rather than a novel. Rich in events, but unfortunately very poor when it comes to characterisation - throughout the whole story people appear to be either completely good, or totally evil, and behave
..." accordingly, all the time. A fast read, boring at traits but not totally worthless. Ending excluded - a few of the scenes (the half dead woman, who could hardly stand, wearing her bridal dress; her detached head still speaking) were utterly ridiculous, and I might have laughed if only they hadn't been so embarrassingly clichéd.Continua...Nascondi