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by Michael Malone
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Mystery
  • Author:
    Michael Malone
  • ISBN:
    0739319590
  • ISBN13:
    978-1415918043
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  • Publisher:
    Random House Audio; Abridged edition (February 15, 2005)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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Michael Malone is the critically acclaimed author ofDingley Falls, Handling Sin, The Last Noel,and the Justin Savile and Cuddy . The Killing Club by Marcie Walsh is a good mystery book. Went along with One Life to Live soap opera.

Michael Malone is the critically acclaimed author ofDingley Falls, Handling Sin, The Last Noel,and the Justin Savile and Cuddy Mangum novels,Uncivil Seasons, Time's Witness,andFirst Lady. He lives in Hillsborough, North Carolina.

Marcie Walsh, Michael Malone. Hyperion Books, 1 февр. If you love one life to live you will enjoy reading and remembering what you saw during the killing club or if you didn't see the show and are new to oltl visit one of the old stories Читать весь отзыв.

A suspenseful novel crackling with murder, love, and betrayal - introducing the smart young detective Jamie Ferrara. One of the most beloved novelists of the New South, Michael Malone has been called America s Dickens for his vivid characters and strong comic comentaries evident in novels like Handling Sin and Foolscap.

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Michael Malone is an American author and television writer, born in. .

Michael Malone is an American author and television writer, born in Durham, North Carolina. He is best known for his work on the ABC Daytime drama One Life to Live, as well as for his novels Handling Sin (1983), Foolscap (1991), and murder mystery First Lady (2001). While writing One Life to Live, Malone wrote a novel called The Killing Club, which was tied into the show. For months, viewers watched character Marcie Walsh (Kathy Brier) write the book. The book was published in February 2005 with the authors listed as Marcie Walsh and Michael Malone. To explain this, Marcie said she took the book to "Professor Malone" at Llanview University, who helped her re-write it.

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Twists and turns from the beginning to the end. Once I started the book I couldn't put it down. I wished there was a sequel
Debeme
This is a great book & if you watch OLTL you are going to love it. It is following right along with the show & when you get to the end & find out who the killer is it is going to be a shocker. As it goes along a member of the club is killed the same way as they wrote it when they were teens. Not kind killings. And the first one fell down the stars & burned to death & the next was was in a car accident just like what is happening on the show.
MisterMax
I bought this book as a gift for my mother. She's an avid fan of the show and couldn't wait to really read this book that everyone was talking about on her favorite soap.

Take it for what it is...a book written by a fictional character on a Soap...it's a read for fun! If you really like the show, I'm sure you will love it.

I think it was my mom's way of kind of being part of the action because everyone on the show was reading it. I thought it was a cute concept. Anway, again, she loved it and I have since read the book myself. I do not watch the show or know anything about the show, but I did enjoy this book as well. It was a really fun and easy read. So whether you do watch the show or do not, I honestly believe you will like this book. I did and my mother loved it.

I'm glad I could do this for my mom. She deserves something nice every now and then...a little "I love you just because gift" never hurt anyone and books are great for that! Thanks for listening to me ramble!!
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The Killing Club by Marcie Walsh is a good mystery book. Went along with One Life to Live soap opera.
Vispel
I bought this for myself and my husband. Marcie Walsh is on my Soap, and I wanted to be able to go along with the book and the Soap. My husband is the reader, so he read it, I didn't. He said it was very good.
Arcanescar
I happened to watch One Life To Live when the book came out and I enjoyed wacthing it. It was so great that the storyline became the plot of the book that Marcie thought up.
Uafrmaine
I bought this book to go along with the story on One Life to Live. I really enjoyed reading the book and seeing how the show played out the storyline. It is very thrilling to read.
I have not seen the soap opera this story is associated with - it's a nice read, I liked the characters, and the the plot and story line were intriguing. I did feel a bit short-changed at the end, when the main character finally figures out who the real culprit is by looking at her nephew's photos. I was hoping that would be explained in more detail along with description of the sequence of events, but it wasn't. Also, given that the dad's cat was mentioned frequently throughout the book, it would have been really nice to know that the cat had survived the incident at the dad's house, but after that, no mention of the cat. Given that the demise of the family pet is almost a given in these types of stories, it would have been nice to know that this family pet had survived along with its family.