You're Next

You're Next

Book - 2011
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The Boss Man has an unexpected motive in destroying Mike Wingate, who's worked his way up from the bottom to become a successful home contractor in Lost Hills, California. To protect his family and himself, Mike, who was raised in a foster home, summons his only friend from those days, the formidable Shep, who has grown up to be a career criminal of considerable skill.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c2011
ISBN: 9780312534912
9781250005892
Branch Call Number: HURW
Characteristics: 407 p. ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: You are next

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rahmmie
Apr 09, 2014

This book felt like the author used the same template from the previous one, changed the names of the characters, played around with the evil big organizations behind everything, and came up with a supposedly new book. It's not a horrible read but after reading "They're Watching," this one was a letdown

branch_reviews Nov 03, 2012

This is a fast-paced thriller with a good story and interesting characters. Mike, his wife Annabel and their precocious daughter Kat have a good life. Then everything comes crashing down! People start following Mike and he doesn’t know why. His daughter’s favorite stuffed animal is stolen and then returned by shady characters who seem to know more about Mike’s past than he does himself. His wife is assaulted. The police are not helping. Mike seeks the assistance of a childhood friend who Mike befriended growing up in the foster home. Together they try and solve the mystery of Mike’s past. Well written and riveting. Reviewed By DS

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ayeshakhattak
Oct 07, 2012

really a good thriller after a long time

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Eil_1
Jul 27, 2012

Totally engrossing: non-stop action
Couldn't put it down.

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lynnpotterusa
Mar 02, 2012

i just read this but now i dont remember it. check it out again in audio for a road trip.

debwalker Mar 05, 2011

Richard and Judy Book Club Recommendation: "Opening this book is like sticking your hand in a vice – once in, you’re gripped and you can’t get out. I read You’re Next in two straight sittings and finished it with a mixture of relief and regret. Relief that I was released at last; regret that there weren’t more chapters to come.

This is good old-fashioned thriller-writing at its best. Each chapter surges like a breaking wave into the next; there’s barely time to catch your breath."

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