Trust Your Eyes

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Product Number: MP0577
Released: Nov 15, 2012
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ISBN: #9781470304812
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Best-selling author Linwood Barclay's The Acciden tinspired Stephen King to comment, ''With this novel, Barclay vaults to the top of the suspense pantheon.'' Trust Your Eyes follows schizophrenic Thomas Kilbride, who believes he's a CIA operative, as he explores and memorizes the streets of the world through images he finds on the Whirl360 website. While examining an image of downtown New York City, he thinks he sees a woman being murdered. Compelled to investigate, Thomas is soon drawn into a web of conspiracy and lies.

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Author(s): Linwood Barclay
Imprint: Maple Leaf

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Author(s): Linwood Barclay
Narrator(s): Ken Marks, Rick Holmes
Product Number DA0057
Released: Sep 19, 2012
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ISBN: #9781470304058
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Author(s): Linwood Barclay
Narrator(s): Ken Marks, Rick Holmes
Product Number Z05460
Released: Sep 04, 2012
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ISBN: #9781470304065
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Author(s): Linwood Barclay
Product Number EB00397993
Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Berkley
ISBN: #9781101602713

Professional reviews

"This updated take on the classic Hitchcock movie REAR WINDOW is sure to be one of your favorite listens this year. Ray and Thomas Kilbride are brothers brought back together by their father's death. Ray must assume the care of his brother, whose schizophrenia confines him to his bedroom, where he watches the outside world on the Web page "whirl360.com," with its extensive high-resolution maps of every street on earth. When Thomas sees what he believes is a murder on one of the static images, Ray, read smoothly by Ken Marks, agrees to look into his findings. The rest of the book is narrated by Rick Holmes, and the two voices provide a perfect balance for this nonstop thriller of political intrigue, murder, and cover-ups. Nearly every chapter ends with a cliff-hanger as Barclay has created rich characters and a roller coaster ride that doesn't stop until the last paragraph. S.C. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"

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