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Best Eaten Cold: The stunning psychological thriller you won't be able to put down. Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Best Eaten Cold is Tony's second novel. His debut novel, The Old Orchard, will be published in September 2017.
Find out more about Tony at tonysalter.com
- File size : 491 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : March 27, 2017
- Print length : 296 pages
- Publisher : ETS Limited (March 27, 2017)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B06XX28HLS
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #224,946 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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I will look for other books by this author, but I'm not certain I will be as patient in searching for the hidden gem.
The second half where Fabiola's son is grown up was a futuristic look at technology, but not that mind-blowing. The first part of this section didn't keep me that interested in how the company and the woman he works for thrived in business. He is living with the woman who is his boss. It didn't take me very long to figure out who she was. It got more interesting when the boy-toy figured it out too. The writing style is different and the concept original. The side characters are also relatable. All in all, not a bad read, but not really what I was expecting... and what's with that title? I never did figure that out.
Top reviews from other countries
The second half of the book was at a different pace to start with - I liked the way Daz had become part of the family almost. Then the pages started to turn more quickly and the end was reached satisfactorily, with all the ends tied up and justice done.
I would certainly recommend this book - it is well written with a highly topical subject matter and is not so much a "who-dunnit" as a "what'll-they-do-next"
I enjoyed getting to know the characters and Tony has shown real insight into both female and male characters - something not easily achieved. My one criticism would be the cover - I know this is a favourite painting, but it seems an odd choice. The cover doesn't sell the book.
This story is quite intense. You are not quite sure what will happen next. I found this more so in part one of the book and while I enjoyed it, I don't really like first person narration, especially when the character is becoming more and more distrustful of their own actions. For the second part, a lot of the tension is lifted until towards the end of the book. I actually enjoyed this part the best, probably because the reader realises what is going on and wants to see how everything will come to a head.
Overall a very good read. I was fortunate to get it while it was free. I think £1 to £1.50 is a good price. I would suggest you add it to your wish list so it will flag when it gets to that price.
I really liked the analogy of Sam's family tree he mentioned and the couple of times we read about Nonno had me in tears.
He spelt straight-laced like this when it should be strait-laced, he didn't use apostrophes where he was supposed to......minutes walk away/hours notice/Ladies-he missed off speechmarks THEN added them where nobody was talking, but MOST irritating was his aversion to using question marks !!
He capitalised Euros, Polo and Fluoxetine then didn't, wrote out and not our, this sentence meant nothing, "I'm doing do my best" and neither did this, "......but I wasn't slightly surprised her bat-ears had picked up on our conversation." If his proofreader does a better job next time out, I'm sure it will be a 5* read for the sequel, which I will be reading.