The Window Man is the first story in the Killer Women: Crime Club Anthology #1 collection. Enjoy it for free, exclusively in audio!
Blade-sharp and pared to the bone, these original stories by best-selling, award-winning female crime writers will lure you to the dark side. Fifteen perfectly twisted tales with a measure of evil, a dash of horror, and a dose of humour. Expect the unexpected....
Featured authors: Louise Millar, Alex Marwood, Tammy Cohen, Melanie McGrath, Colette McBeth, Jane Casey, Erin Kelly, Sarah Hilary, Louise Voss, Alison Joseph, Helen Smith, Kate Medina, D. E. Meredith, Laura Wilson and Kate Rhodes.
©2016 Louise Millar (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
It was free and I wanted a break before listening to the final 2 of 5 new releases this week. The first three (The Whistler by John Grisham, Livia Lone by Barry Eisler, and Disruption by Chuck Barrett) have been interesting and I have written brief reviews of each. High Heat by Richard Castle is up next (the Nikki Heat series tends to be very light mysteries). The Window Man is one in a series of Killer Women short stories by this British author. The stories are creepy!
The Window Man
: Louise Millar
The Window Man is the first story in the Killer Women: Crime Club Anthology #1 collection.
A short story from an author new to me. We get suspense, drama, and a surprisingly twist in the end. I will look for more from this author.
The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed. Clare Corbett performance was riveting.
This is a quick listen and it was free from Audible.
Excellent story, well written, well narrated and a brilliant twist at the end - will certainly be looking up more by the same author!
"A Tale of the Unexpected"
Unusual story, didn't see the ending coming. Superb narrator Clare Corbett added greatly to the experience and was entirely without the bizarre vocal inflections that can jar so much when you have someone's voice literally in your head.
I am temporarily without reading glasses so Audible is proving invaluable and has the added benefit of allowing me to get on with other things as I listen. (Does anyone else find that listening in bed works faster than a Mogadon?)
This short story was a free download and based on this I will certainly try another Louise Millar book.
"Predictable but fun"
I enjoyed the story but felt it was a bit obvious. The writing was good.
spent most of the time attempting to figure out the importance of the window man. great short story
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Really enjoyed this. Very intriguing! Love the lead up & then the story unfolding. Great build up & reveal!
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there's not a lot else I can say because nothing actually happens in the story!
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