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Book Title: Evil Intent|
The author of the book: Bernard Taylor
Date of issue: February 1st 1996
ISBN 13: 9780843939040
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 911 KB
Edition: Leisure Books
Read full description of the books Evil Intent:2.5-3 stars.
I have to say that I am a fan of Bernard Taylor's work, since discovering him recently through Valancourt's re-releases of some of his novels. EVIL INTENT, unfortunately, is not up there with the others that I've read.
The characterization in this one was very thin to begin with, and I never did get a clear picture in my head of what Jack, one of the main characters, looked like. The plot was very straightforward and extremely predictable. There was another book I'd read by him that was fairly predictable, as well--but in that case, the rich atmosphere and emotions of the characters pulled it off. Even when faced with unthinkable tragedies, these characters failed to show the depth of emotion that I felt would be a natural reaction. The story just plodded on its predetermined pace.
I still believe that Bernard Taylor is an incredible writer; however, for those new to him, I would recommend starting with his phenomenal SWEETHEART, SWEETHEART, or THE GODSEND, instead.
Read information about the authorBernard Taylor was born in Swindon, Wiltshire, and now lives in London. Following active service in Egypt in the Royal Air Force, he studied Fine Arts in Swindon, then at Chelsea School of Art and Birmingham University. On graduation he worked as a teacher, painter and book illustrator before going as a teacher to the United States. While there, he took up acting and writing and continued with both after his return to England. He has published ten novels under his own name, including The Godsend (1976), which was adapted for a major film, and Sweetheart, Sweetheart (1977), which Charles L. Grant has hailed as one of the finest ghost stories ever written. He has also written novels under the pseudonym Jess Foley, as well as several works of nonfiction. He has won awards for his true crime writing and also for his work as a playwright. It was during his year as resident playwright at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch that he wrote The Godsend. There Must Be Evil, his latest true crime study, is to be published in England in September.
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