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Written and composed by Werner Theunissen
Published by EMI Music Publishing
Performedy by Pussycat
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no thrills, but loads of flashbacks
my comment on this so called thriller / suspense is that is has no action at all and the real thrills are hard to find. Okay the story is fine, the loads of flashbacks are not annoying and can be followed very easily. It's good that it's only 90 minutes, at the end it was hard to keep my eyes open, no action, no shocking moments, nothing! I think people will have more fun reading the book.
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