Dead Before Dark

  • Title: Dead Before Dark
  • Author: Wendy Corsi Staub
  • ISBN: 9781420101324
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    About Wendy Corsi Staub


    1. New York Times bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub is the award winning author of than ninety novels, best known for the single title psychological suspense novels she writes under her own name Those books and the women s fiction she writes under the pseudonym Wendy Markham have also appeared on the USA Today Barnes and Noble, and Bookscan bestseller listsTTLE GIRL LOST July, William Morrow launches Wendy s fifth suspense trilogy for HarperCollins In 2017, she concluded her Mundy s Landing trilogy with BONE WHITE April, William Morrow , and released DEAD OF WINTER November, Crooked Lane , the third title in her Lily Dale traditional mystery series Her novel HELLO, IT S ME was a recent Hallmark television movie starring Kellie Martin Her short story Cat Got Your Tongue will appear in R.L Stine s upcoming MWA middle grade anthology SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN HarperCollins, 2018 A three time finalist for the Simon and Schuster Mary Higgins Clark Award, she s won an RWA Rita Award, an RT Award for Career Achievement in Suspense, the 2007 RWA NYC Golden Apple Award for Lifetime Achievement, and five WLA Washington Irving Prizes for Fiction She previously published a dozen adult suspense novels with Kensington Books and the critically acclaimed young adult paranormal series Lily Dale Walker Bloomsbury Earlier in her career, she published a broad range of genres under her own name and pseudonyms, and was a co author ghostwriter for several celebrities.Raised in Dunkirk, NY, Wendy graduated from SUNY Fredonia and launched a publishing career in New York City She was Associate Editor at Silhouette Books before selling her first novel in 1992 Married with two sons, she lives in the NYC suburbs An active supporter of the American Cancer Society, she was a featured speaker at Northern Westchester s 2015 Relay for Life and 2012 National Spokesperson for the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation She has has fostered for various animal rescue organizations.


    665 Comments


    1. Hated the ending Didn t like all the back and forth with numerous characters thought this would tie together at the end and killer would be someone through the book but ending left me confused Will there be another book Is there a sequel Who is the killer Where is he Ugh Not worth my time I hated it because I love this author and I felt blind sighted in a bad way after this and it left a bad taste in my mouth.

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    2. A killer from 35 years ago who is out of jail A woman who finds her first love and knows her feeling has not changed She sees things, and has had experience with the nightwatchman before A good read with lots of twists and turns.

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    3. Just finished this one and enjoyed it very much, its exciting and keeps you on the edge of your seat I really enjoy Wendy Staub, a very good writer.

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    4. I LOV this author her writing is easy to read, fun to follow and the characters are made to order you love the ones you are supposed to love despise the ones you are meant to hate the killer always makes me a little nervous he is so methodical in his plan that it really makes you want to take a closer look a the people who are around you everyday, this guy doesn t jus pick someone at random kill them no he gets to know hem first.

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    5. This book was a rare case of the source material for a tv show being of lesser quality than the actual show The writing for the HBO show is far sophisticated and develops the characters in much greater depth than this clumsily, if somewhat imaginative, novel I finished this one because it was a fast read but I won t be reading further into this series.

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    6. It was a pretty good read The inappropropriate romantic relationship of the main character detracted from the story Also, some of the actions of the murderer were farfetched, but I don t want to give anything away.

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    7. No my favorite Wendy Corsi Staub book, very good until right at the end, left you hanging, maybe there will be a sequel.

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    8. I liked it I really liked it The plot unfolds slowly at first, then speed up, but you still want it to unfold faster, so that you can learn what happens next It has something natural, not everything is perfect, the lives of the characters do not absolutely revolve around the main plot but the have their personal problems and issues My only regret is that the ending is not absolute Still, I definitely suggest it to read.

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    9. Loved this book This was even better than the first in the series Dying Breath The story and its twists just pulled you in and kept making you read just a little and a little until you realized you had read most of the night Keep them coming Wendy Corsi Staub

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    10. Not a bad book probably could have cut about 150 pages though.

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    11. A really quick read and kept you guessing all the time.

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    12. This novel is a sequel to Dying Breath but could be read as a stand alone novel The Night Watchman is released from prison and Lucinda has caught his eye He starts his serial killer ways again This is your typical murder mystery book where the author sets up different characters and the reader guesses which one is the culprit I thought the author did a good job with this I enjoyed the ensuing investigation and how the investigators where putting the pieces together Also, the Night Watchman was a [...]

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    13. 3.5 STARS When The Sun Goes DownThe Night Watchman is ready to kill again After thirty five years in prison, he is free to commit the same twisted atrocities that once made him as notorious as the Zodiac Killer and Jack the Ripper Now, at last, his moment has comeThe Nightmare BeginsFor renowned psychic Lucinda Sloan, fame is a double edged sword Through her television appearances, she helps police capture America s most elusive serial killers Unfortunately, she also catches the eye of the Night [...]

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    14. Pretty good I actually read 4 books by this author The first two I had enjoyed and so I had high expectations for the 3rd and was disappointed I m glad I gave her a try on this one I thought the main character was interesting and pretty well done as far as a character that is psychic I could have done without the whole Randy and Lucinda relationship but I suppose it served it s purpose I liked that the killer wasn t someone who Lucinda knew or anything like that but still didn t think it fit Luc [...]

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    15. This was a very difficult book for me to get into I didn t feel any connection to any of the characters I thought that Lucinda was very flat and a typical poor little rich girl with special gifts She s rebelling but she has no problem spending the money I never did understand why she and her boyfriend couldn t get together Very disappointing after having read a few of Ms Staub s previous books.

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    16. Typical for its genre and a good entertaining read overall The romantic relationship between two of the characters was unnecessary and a bit bothersome but generally the story was a page turner The end seemed a bit rushed and thrown together but all in all a good book I would read something by Staub again.

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    17. A well written story with plenty of twists and red herrings to keep you guessing It was told from many different viewpoints so you got lots of pieces of the puzzle but still couldn t see the big picture.

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    18. This is the night watchman book Person kills during a full moom Murders occur at the Jersey Beach, Chicago, Denver, Philly, and Seattle.A good read but lots of characters to keep track of as the book moves along.

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    19. This book was a follow up to Dying Breath A psychic follows clues left at murder scenes, in order to find out the identity of a serial killer who has already been released from prison after committing similar crimes The killer s ultimate target is the psychic.

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    20. I actually liked it quite a but Didn t read the following ones in the series I m surprised i liked it so much I m usually not into vampires, fantasy, or sci fi very much I hear the show is terrible.

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    21. I like Wendy Corsi Staub s style of writing, but found this book difficult to follow Too much back story interrupting the ongoing story, which thereby created confusion Otherwise, it was well written and intriguing throughout, until the conclusion, which was disappointing.

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    22. This is my least favorite book by Corsi Staub that I ve read to date It really dragged for me for some reason I ve come to look forward to her unexpected twists as her novels come to their final scenes, but this one left me really disappointed.

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    23. I enjoyed this book and was surprised thoughthat some of the characters took so long to connect the dotsloved the characters and the way it was written.good light read which does not take much thought

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    24. Really liking her books This one was a sequel sort of to one I had read previously Same main characters, though the stories definitely stand alone But I m glad I some how accidentally read them in order Well worth the reading

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    25. I m actually looking forward to someone who s close to the victims or the intend victims to be the suspect But unfortunately who s that guy I did not read the first book if there s any And this book doesn t look like it end The ending is open So there s a sequel to this book

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    26. What a great read I finished this book while on the road to recovery from pneumonia

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    27. Very well written Love the authors style of writing Will definitely read of her books.

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    28. This continues the story started in Dying Breath, following psychic Lucinda Sloan.

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    29. A very engaging plot Interesting characters Sometimes I felt overwhelmed with all of the characters, but a good read A different type of read for me.

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