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  • Author:
    Peter James
  • ISBN:
    0752862235
  • ISBN13:
    978-0752862231
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  • Publisher:
    Orion; First Thus edition (1998)
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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Peter James was educated at Charterhouse then at film school. He lived in North America for a number of years, working as a screenwriter and film producer before returning to England.

Peter James was educated at Charterhouse then at film school.

124. 0. Published: 2010.

International Best Seller. Something must be wrong with the world.

I found Peter James books earlier this year and can't get enough. The Roy Grace series are first class and each one better than the previous, if that's at all possible I read it in a night. The Roy Grace series are first class and each one better than the previous, if that's at all possible I read it in a night with eyes on storks. Try it you'll see what a mean. Totally suspenseful till the very last page.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When Thomas Lamark's beloved mother takes an overdose rather than face the collapse of her acting career.

Daily Express'Peter James is getting better with every book.

The Peter James books are said to be the first to be printed electronically as well

The book list is updated regularly. The Peter James books are said to be the first to be printed electronically as well. His novel Host was published by Penguin Books in 1993 not only on paper but also on two floppy disks. In fact, the Science Museum in London has one of the copies on display. Of course, this made the author a very controversial figure back when traditional publishing was the norm. Many readers and critiques were against electronic books, claiming that Peter James was about to help destroy the regular novel.

Peter James is developing Dead Simple into a feature length film. Hugh Bonneville of the PBS period drama Downton Abbey has signed on to play the widowed Detective. His books were going to be adapted for tv but James cancelled the option after development stretched on too long. James is producing with James Simpson with Daniel Eckhart bringing the detective’s story to the big screen. Peter James’ first novel was published in 1981 with Dead Letter Drop. Dead Letter Drop follows a British agent named Max Flynn who finds out he is meant to go undercover to spy on his comrades

Not dead people, not corpses, not cadavers, no, please not. Who were they? She had not prayed since the second year at Brighton and Hove High.

Not dead people, not corpses, not cadavers, no, please not. Who were they? She had not prayed since the second year at Brighton and Hove High od who never answered her prayers. Wednesday, 24 November 1979, the date she had got the results of her maths test and learned she had failed. It was no big deal of a test; God could easily have given her good marks. Instead he had chosen to ignore her prayer the week before. So she had never prayed again.

Peter J James (born 22 August 1948) is an international British writer of crime fiction. He was born in Brighton, the son of Cornelia James, the former glovemaker to Queen Elizabeth II. James was educated at Charterhouse and went on to Ravensbourne Film School. For a brief period of time whilst at film school James worked as Orson Welles' house cleaner

A thrilling and suspenseful tale of psychological menace.When actress Gloria Lamark takes her own life, her devoted son, Thomas, is heart-broken. Something must be wrong with a world in which such a tragedy is allowed to happen. How could her high-profile, media-star psychiatrist have failed to save such a special person, whom Thomas loved in such a very special way? Dr Tennent has a lesson to learn - a very painful one. Michael is caught up in the first flush of love - but has no idea how dangerous romance can be. For both Michael and Thomas will do anything for the women they love . . .

Marinara
The very best book I have read in years, and I read five books a week. I read "Denial", from digital cover to digital cover, in one sitting. I have not yet been to sleep, and it is now 10:00 in the morning. Am I tired? No! I am wide awake! Completely EXHILARATED! Filled with the excitement and joy brought about by genius story-telling, brilliant prose, fascinating characters and the trance-like immersion one feels when wrapped up in and absorbed by a transcendent literary experience! I LOVED my every moment spent with this profoundly entertaining, enlightening, downright creepy, utterly thrilling, and totally involving, genre-defying masterpiece! The story, or stories... the multiple layers of characters, each character fully-drawn and mesmerizing, then made ever more so as their lives began to connect. These are arresting, brilliant characters, some dedicated and persistent, some motivated in the way that only a profound, life-altering love can inspire, and some wonderfully, bizarrely insane, yet no less gripping for it; living lives without the helpful context of reality. Yet, all of these characters, even the most sane, have to deal with life's "Wrench Thrown Into The Works"; DENIAL. Denial proves to be, in all our lives, essential, unavoidable, and both helpful and disfiguring. This book is a gloriously colorful, intoxicating, and wildly enjoyable, puzzle, being put together by characters, most of whom have no idea that anyone else is working on the same puzzle. Then, as the noose (and the story) tightens, they, still without realizing it, are suddenly sitting at the same table, finding places for the pieces of the puzzle that only they have. Ultimately, this entertainingly diverse handful of characters place a sufficient number of pieces to identify the image of the puzzle, THEN enough to realize that the image is actually a MAP. At this realization, each character BURSTS from the table, STILL unaware that others have been solving the same puzzle, and they dash out, through different doors, to follow the MAP, choosing different starting points, but heading in the same direction. Until they finally MEET, physically, ultimately finding tragedy or salvation, or both, with all of these results proving rather magically satisfying. WE feel triumphant, celebratory. And, YET... there remains one final surprise that will change EVERYTHING! That will make us marvel at Mr. James' pure literary audacity. Because there is one final piece of the puzzle. One we'd all missed. It must have dropped to the floor, hidden under a bed or behind a door. This final, staggering piece (a revelation) is kept from us until the VERY. LAST. MOMENT. That's when Mr. James, almost casually, reaches over our shoulders and puts in place. It is mind-blowing and outrageous and absolutely RIGHT. The puzzle WAS an image, and it WAS a MAP, But, it was also, we now see, a work of art. "Denial" is the rarest of artworks; a perfect book. Peter James is a true artist. And, I thank him for sharing with us this most meticulous and instinctive novel. "Denial" is a true treasure. A brave, outrageous, surprising, enlightening, fully satisfying, thrilling and totally believable testament to humanity's foibles. Our never simple failures, our complicated successes, and our necessary-for-survival, yet just as often necessary-for-our-destruction... denials.
Granigrinn
I am a great fan of Peter James and have read all the novels to date in the Roy Grace series but only one other of his books, 'Twilight.I am surprised to say that this novel, for me, just did not compare in any way to these. Very quickly I was aware of just where the story was leading and found myself wondering as to how many pages before the scenes of torture commenced. I didn't find the character of Michael Tennent at all plausible, nor was I convinced by the Thomas Lamark character . The novel was all too predictable , not a page turner or in any way gripping! I can't believe that I am writing here about a Peter James novel, very disappointing!
Frdi
If you like thrillers where the villain gets away with everything until the last chapter this is for you. Published in 2000 this one stars Glenn Branson as a detective constable in the Brighton police and is well before he teams up with Roy Grace in later James novels. This is a gripping tale of a prominent London psychiatrist who is being stalked by the psychopathic son of a famous film star who blames him for her death and is determined to wreck vengeance on him. A terrifying tale, fasten your seat belt and enjoy.
Whitescar
Twists and turns that all come together at the end. That's what I like about Mr. James' books. Keeps the reader guessing, wondering and wanting to turn the page to answer those questions.
MilsoN
Be forewarned. This book contains extreme torture and many pages of very explicit sex. This book is pornography in my opinion. I stopped reading after a quarter of the way through the book.
Berenn
Another excellent thriller from Peter James full of twists and surprises.
Hanad
Lots of wierdness, nastyness, twists and turns. Nice idea, well executed. A good read.
Enjoy all Peter James books. This book had a timely and i8nteresting topic.