[Reading] ➶ Watching You (Joseph OLoughlin, #7) By Michael Robotham – Writerscompany.co.uk

Watching You (Joseph OLoughlin, #7) New York Times Bestselling Author Michael Robotham Brings Us Face To Face With A Manipulative Psychopath Who Has Destroyed Countless Lives And Is About To Claim One Final Victim.Marnie Logan Often Feels Like She S Being Watched A Warm Breath On The Back Of Her Neck, Or A Shadow In The Corner Of Her Eye That Vanishes When She Turns Her Head.She Has Reason To Be Frightened Her Husband Daniel Has Inexplicably Vanished, And The Police Have No Leads In The Case Without Proof Of Death Or Evidence Of Foul Play, She Can T Access His Bank Accounts Or His Life Insurance Depressed And Increasingly Desperate, She Seeks The Help Of Clinical Psychologist Joe O Loughlin.O Loughlin Is Concerned By Marnie S Reluctance To Talk About The Past And Anxious To Uncover What Marnie Is Withholding That Could Help With Her Treatment The Breakthrough In Marnie S Therapy And Daniel S Disappearance Arrives When Marnie Shares With O Loughlin Her Discovery Of The Big Red Book, A Collage Of Pictures, Interviews, And Anecdotes From Marnie S Friends And Relatives That Daniel Had Been Compiling As Part Of A Surprise Birthday Gift.Daniel S Explorations Into Marnie S Past Led Him To A Shocking Revelation On The Eve Of His Disappearance Anyone Who Has Ever Gotten Close To Marnie Has Paid An Exacting Price A Cold Blooded Killer Is Eliminating The People In Marnie S Life, And Now That O Laughlin Is A Part Of It, He Is Next In Line.



10 thoughts on “Watching You (Joseph OLoughlin, #7)

  1. says:

    The seventh book in the series and they just get better and better Watching You is brilliant I always enjoy the relationship between Joe and Ruiz and the fact that even though one has a chronic illness and the other is retired, they still work so well as a team Some of the other characters are remarkable too especially Marnie I spent most of the book wishing she was not such a hopeless c


  2. says:

    I ve always enjoyed psychological thrillers so it s a little strange that I haven t read Michael Robotham before Of course, my antipathy towards British based novels of any type may account for it But I ve over come this for Ian Rankin and William Boyd and I can now add another author to this diminutive list.This is the seventh in a series of books featuring clinical psychologist Joseph O Lou


  3. says:

    My Goodreads friend, David, read and reviewed this book, which was his first Michael Robotham, and that review was the impetus that made me start the series Thank you, David This book continues the excellence I ve seen in the previous books in the series Robotham introduces a new character, Marnie Logan, and she becomes the main character Much of the book is about letting the reader come to know h


  4. says:

    The first book I ve read by Robotham, and it definitely won t be the last Loved it The characters were interesting and well rounded, the plot kept me guessing with its excellent psychological mind play, and the writing style zipped along at a nice pace while still building plent...


  5. says:

    I like mysteries but I rarely read those that are within a series And yet, paradoxically I m a huge fan of the Australian crime writer, Michael Robotham and his Luis O Loughlin series They are excellent psychological thrillers and I ve enjoyed them all so far This one is 7 in the sequence, which didn t really matter because it was strong enough to stand on its own without having any knowledge of the previou


  6. says:

    I was so thrilled when Michael Robotham s latest book, Watching You, the seventh in the Joseph O Loughlin series downloaded on my Kindle The only thing that disappointed me about this fast paced, edge of your seat, nail biting and every other clich I can conjure instalment, was that I finished it in one sitting I simply could not put it down Damn Damn Damn.The novel begins with Marnie Logan, a young, married wom


  7. says:

    Michael Robotham has done it again watching you was a real page turning Psychological thriller that kept me glued to each page finished the second half yesterday could not put this down till it was finished having said that i really loved this story the characters were believable well written the plot was well put together a lot of twists turns one i never saw coming.Marnie Logan life fell apart after her husband Dan


  8. says:

    This series is a marvel, each book better than the last Joe O Laughlin is a psychiatrist who also suffers from early onset Parkinson disease, his medication helps stabilize his symptoms, but this makes him a very real character IN this case he is treating Marnie, whose husband has recently gone missing after owing some money to a very bad man.He becomes, with ex cop Ruiz, is Marnier s case and the reader is treated to som


  9. says:

    Another fantastic Joe O Loughlin book in a long line of brilliant thrillers from Michael Robotham In fact I have run out of superlatives to describe just how good this author, and this series is In the words of Molly Meldrum, Do yourself a fa...


  10. says:

    Audio Book 3.5 Stars


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