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by Sandra Brown
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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Sandra Brown
  • ISBN:
    1416537775
  • ISBN13:
    978-1416537779
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  • Publisher:
    Pocket Books; Reprint edition (October 31, 2006)
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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Sandra Brown e ripped it to shreds. Chapter Twenty She was a small woman. The hands twisting the damp tissue could have belonged to a child. Her legs were crossed at the ankles and tucked beneath the chair. She was as jittery as a piano student at a recital, awaiting her turn to play. Curtis introduced them. Toni Armstrong, this is Dr. Dean Malloy. How do you do, Mrs. Armstrong?

Sandra Brown is the author of sixty-eight New York Times bestsellers, including Mean Streak, Deadline, Low Pressure, and Smoke Screen.

Sandra Brown is the author of sixty-eight New York Times bestsellers, including Mean Streak, Deadline, Low Pressure, and Smoke Screen. Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy novels, most of which remain in print. Sandra and her husband, Michael Brown, live in Arlington, Texas.

Hello, Darkness starts out with a bang and keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat throughout the whole boo. hrills . hrills chills and sexual tension. Since I was once the mother of teenagers and was one myself, I seriously doubt they’re pursuing their studies for that amount of time. So what are they up to? Hello, Darkness provides a disturbing speculation.

Hello, Darkness book. This was my first Sandra Brown book. her writing just might not be for me, I think. The dialogue seemed so dry. I felt like I was reading a story about boring old people (lol, sorry!) The mystery aspect wasn't too bad, though.

Электронная книга "Hello, Darkness", Sandra Brown Tense and compelling right up to the chilling climax, Hello, Darkness is suspense at its very best, by the author USA TODAY dubbed a masterful storyteller, carefully crafting.

Электронная книга "Hello, Darkness", Sandra Brown. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Hello, Darkness" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Tense and compelling right up to the chilling climax, Hello, Darkness is suspense at its very best, by the author USA TODAY dubbed a masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats. Другие книги автора Сандра Браун.

Bestselling author Sandra Brown is the master of the knife-edge thriller. Her latest and most powerful novel to date, Hello, Darkness, is the gripping story of a woman haunted by her past and caught in a nightmare that threatens to destroy her future. It's a brilliant, fast-paced tale, electric with sexual tension, by one of America's most popular authors of sophisticated suspense. For Paris Gibson, her popular late-night radio show is both an escape and her one real contact with the outside world

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Seeing Red comes Hello, Darkness, a brilliant, fast-paced tale about a woman haunted by her past and caught in a nightmare that threatens to destroy her future.For Paris Gibson, her popular late-night radio show is both an escape and her one real contact with the outside world. To her loyal listeners, she is a wise and trusted friend who not only takes their requests but listens to their problems and occasionally dispenses advice. Paris’s world of isolation is shattered when one listener—a man who identifies himself only as “Valentino”—tells her that the girl he loves jilted him because of Paris's on-air advice. Now he intends to exact his revenge: first he plans to kill the girl—then he will come after Paris. Joined by the Austin police department, Paris plunges into a race against time in an effort to find Valentino before he can carry out his threat. To her dismay, she finds that she must now work with crime psychologist Dean Malloy, a man with whom she shares a history. His presence arouses old passions, forcing Paris to confront painful memories that she had come to Austin to forget. As the clock ticks down and Valentino’s threats come closer to becoming reality, Paris finds herself forced to deal with a killer who may not be a stranger at all. Tense and compelling right up to the chilling climax, Hello, Darkness is suspense at its very best, by the author USA TODAY dubbed “a masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats.”

Tojahn
Hello Darkness, my old friend...oh wait...just Hello, Darkness. It's so hard not to sing the song with this title.

Anywho, I liked what Sandra Brown did with this one. She was able to create five male suspects (well, maybe 2 of them were too weak to be the culprit but still) to keep me on my toes. Usually, I'm able to tell who the culprit is pretty early on. In this one, I had to wait until almost the end, to corroborate my suspicions.

Paris Gibson moved to Austin looking for a new beginning. For a couple of years now, she has been doing a music radio show at night. She has developed a faithful and large audience. Paris loves her job. She's able to work almost alone and no one really knows who she is. She likes to wear glasses even in the dark. Her eyes are sensitive and the darkness is her friend.

One night, a recurrent caller by the name of Valentino, tells her she's to blame for him kidnapping a young woman and in seventy-two hours, after raping her, he will kill her. Paris immediately seeks the help of the local police. She believes the threat of his listener and she wants to help in any way she can. What she was not expecting is to meet again a man from her past, Dean Malloy.

Dean Malloy is a not only a cop, he's also a psychologist. Recently, his teenage son has moved in with him. but they are not seeing eye to eye. His son is rebellious and most of the time has a bad attitude. When Paris comes back into Dean's life, he knows his feelings for her never went away and he will do anything to protect her. Finding Valentino becomes his priority.

Hello, Darkness had great suspense with a good built-in romance! I didn't approve of some of the things both main characters have done/doing but it didn't take away from me liking them both. I was glad they were able to have their second chance.

As for the bad guy, like I said earlier, there were so many who could be Valentino. The big reveal had its own twist which surprised me.

Sandra Brown proves once again, she knows how to write suspense novels.

Cliffhanger: No

4/5 Fangs
Adrietius
I have read many Sandra Brown books and I have to say this one was very disappointing. She usually keeps on topic and makes it, so you don't want to put it down or can't wait to pick it up again. I left the book sitting there for weeks because it just did not keep my attention. This is the first book I have read by her, where she goes off into other things that have nothing to do about the story or plot. I really couldn't believe it. So far I would recommend this book to No One. And would recommend any other book she has written. It's almost like she wanted to keep the Large Print book at a high page. There were so many things written about that we really didn't want or need to know. I've never seen her do this before. If you don't mind that she goes off topic and goes into things that have nothing to do with the story, then it's fine for you. I, on the other hand was absolutely disappointed. I thought she couldn't write a bad book, well, for me, this was the First One.
Went Tyu
Unlike many authors who fritter away the first chapters of their book introducing a boring litany of characters with little or no accompanying dialogue, Sandra Brown introduces her characters seamlessly into the story as it progresses.
Following a tragic accident, Paris Gibson leaves a lucrative job as a popular television personality in Houston. Moving to Austin with her fiancé, she pursues a career in radio as a late-night call-in-show host where she plays soft music and often dispenses advice to her listeners on subjects of life and love. One night she receives a call from an angry listener who identifies himself as Valentino and says his girlfriend has cheated on him, and that Paris encouraged it. In retaliation he has kidnapped her and threatens to kill her in 72 hours. He also threatens Paris. Sensing that his threats are genuine, Paris contacts the Austin Police Department. They, at first, think the guy is simply a harmless kook but soon change their minds believing Paris is right to fear Valentino and that his threats are real. In the process of pursuing the investigation they stumble onto the existence of a very active high school internet sex club.
If you are a bit squeamish this may not be the book for you. It delves into incestuous relationships, brutal murders, adolescent and adult sexual addiction and some very sick, twisted personalities.
One aspect of Sandra Brown’s novels you can count on is that the culprit is rarely identified until the very end—such is the case here.
Hello, Darkness, although not one of Brown’s best is, however, worth a quick read.
I rate the novel a strong 3 out of a possible 5.
Browelali
I stay away from her earlier 'romance' novels, I'm way past just romances. I love her "romantic mysteries" though! When you read the descriptions for each book, if there isn't a mystery indicated, you're just getting romance. I think she's one of the best mystery writers around, and when you throw in the romance done Sandra Brown style, it's usually great reading! I think I've read 21 of her books now, goal is to read everything she's written that's not JUST romance.