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Bogeyman A Year After The Death Of Her Husband, Blythe Wyndham Moves With Her Four Year Old Daughter, Maddie, Back To The Small Town Where She Grew Up But Soon After They Move In To Their New Home, Strange Things Begin To Happen Maddie Has Disturbingly Intense Nightmares So Intense That Blythe Fears One Night She May Not Be Able To Awaken Her Daughter A Psychologist Explains That Maddie S Dreams Are Simply The Result Of Her Father S Death, But Blythe Knows Something Else Is Wrong Because She S Also Heard The Ghostly Tapping At Her Daughter S WindowConvinced The House Is Haunted, Blythe Researches The Town S History And Discovers That A Little Girl Had Been Brutally Murdered In The Area Twenty Five Years Ago Could There Be Some Connection Between This Dead Child And Maddie With The Help Of Sheriff Cade Jackson, Blythe Tries To Separate Past Horrors From Present Dangers And Struggles To Distinguish The Real From The Imagined But Someone Is Clearly Determined To Keep A Secret And Will Kill Again To Do So

About the Author: Gayle Wilson

Gayle Wilson is a two time RITA Award winner, taking home the RITA Award for Best Romantic Suspense Novel in 2000 and for Best Romantic Novella in 2004 In addition to twice winning the prestigious RITA Award, Gayle s books have garneredthan 50 other awards and nominations, including most recently the Daphne du Maurier Award for the Best Single Title Romantic Suspense of 2008, awarded to Victim, her latest novel from MIRA.Gayle holds a master s degree in secondary education, with additional certification in the education of the gifted Although her specialty was teaching honors and gifted students, as a former high school history and English teacher, she taught everything from remedial reading to Shakespeare and loved every minute she spent in the classroom.Gayle was on the board of directors of Romance Writers of America for four years In 2006 she served as the president of RWA, the largest genre writers organization in the world.Gayle has written 41 novels and four novellas for Harlequin Enterprises, including works for Harlequin Historicals, Harlequin Intrigue, Special Releases, HQN Books, MIRA, and Mills Boon.

10 thoughts on “Bogeyman

  1. says:

    Widowed single mother Blythe, moves back to the small town where she was raised, Crenshaw, Alabama, with her four year old daughter, Maddie Soon after, Maddie starts having night terrors and Blythe begins to think that Maddie is being haunted by the ghost of a young girl who was murdered in this town twenty five years ago, whose murder still remains unsolved, and whose murderer may still be l

  2. says:

    I give this 3 stars simply because I enjoyed reading it for the most part, the action moved quickly, and I really feared for the safety of the little girl A review earlier mentioned that the mother fell to pieces and wasn t exactly rational anytime her child went missing I actually feel that that is probably realistic I m a mother and I can t stand to even think about how I would feel in such a horri

  3. says:

    This book actually surprised me for the good I enjoyed the story and it kept me intrigued with the puzzle of what was going on and who might have killed a little girl years before The only downside was the end I had a semi hard time with the resolution to the mystery it just didn t really work all that well for me and the person who turned out to be the predator did not seem realistic.This was a very minor p

  4. says:

    Widowed Blythe Wyndham has returned to her hometown with her young daughter Strange things are happening and Blythe starts investigating and learns that a little girl was murdered there many years before One of those romantic thriller suspense books that really pulled me into the story and kept me to the end.

  5. says:

    I wasn t really impressed I don t usually like too much imagery because it distracts me from the plot Her writing wasn t bad, but the book failed to keep my interest as it dragged a bit and wasn t too suspenseful I did finish it to see if it got better for me and it fell flat I will most likely give this author another go though to see if maybe it was just the plot of the book.

  6. says:

    Unlike my Mom, who does it sometimes, I rarely ever peg the perp in a story before the end I began thinking on one person early in the book, I forget where now Then a second person became a possibility However, I had the perp pegged right off the first time The first person I suspected I know from reading a few reviews the ending didn t please a some readers For them it was a disappointment Well, such is life And art imitates it Al

  7. says:

    What can I say The story was interesting enough to keep me reading, but I doubt I ll be picking up any other books by this author The writing in many places was a big turn off It s often repetitive and there s too many long moments of inward thinking during supposed times of crisis when the pace should have been kept amped up Also, why does she get so angry with every question the sheriff asks He s doing his job, lady Anyway, like others s

  8. says:

    While usually I keep away from this type of book, I found the beginning really sucked me in I really liked the style of writing, like a cozy fireplace mystery, an oldie I got it at a 50 cents book fair, so I figured it couldn t hurt to add it to my pile, and I m glad I did.Mostly a murder mystery with a supernatural twist and a hint of romance, I thoroughly enjoyed Bogeyman My only big criticism is the title because it suggested that there would b

  9. says:

    This novel is one I would highly recommend to those who enjoy sitting in the edge of their chairs I thought, many times, that I know what was going to happen, but something else,intense would take place each time This story presents just how deep the love between a mother a young daughter truly is The surprises that await are worth reading.

  10. says:

    Light on practicalities and logic, just go with it Not heavily populated with characters, only two people were the possible suspect imo, and yes it was one of them The romance is light, which may or not be to the reader s taste The ghost angle didn t seem well thought out But it is a quick read, entertaining for a couple of hours.

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