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Dark, Daring Psychological Suspense Novel Mar 21, 2000
In "Safe As Houses," Carol Anne Davis takes even more risks than she did in her previous novel, "Shrouded." Both are excellent, tension-filled novels that explore (sexual) violence on numerous levels.
In "Safe As Houses," we feel less like a reader and more like a voyeur. We know exactly WHO the villain is - and we know exactly WHAT he's doing to his victims. What we don't know is when (or if) he'll get caught. And this villain's relationship with his wife is almost as fascinating as he is.
Another excellent effort from Carol Anne Davis - and very highly recommended for a fast, can't-put-down read.