Spying On Strange Men (eBook edition)

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 “A genuine OMG ending worthy of Hitchcock at his best.”  Goodreads

2 reviews for Spying On Strange Men (eBook edition)

  1. JJ James London

    It’s a sinister little book, lacquer red, deceptive white and pearl black.
    Seductive too.

    Much of it reads like a prose poem, with great skill in playing with the pace and rhythm of the story being told.
    It draws you in immediately, wanting to hear more from the narrator in all her different voices.

    Anecdote and quotation are used to great effect – The narrator is playing with you all the time… But is she being played with too and by whom?

    Is she really telling the real story of what’s going on here?
    Does she even actually know what is really going on?
    She seems so in charge…

    You want to trust her, want her to be right, want the ending to the story be the ending that she wants.

    … And then the ending comes – Lacquer red, deceptive white and pearl black.

    Masterful is the wrong word here – Spying On Strange Men is Mistressful.

    The spinning out of control of the story at the end is especially accomplished.

    Vivien Lash is just too clever for her own good. Or the good of anybody else around her.

    An amazing read.

  2. Peter (verified owner)

    Blue-black haired Vivian Lash would certainly have given Alfred Hitchcock’s distant blond fetish a major pause, if not cured him of it. Francie’s tourist filled colorful sites turned into dusty exotic locales, Marion’s 50’s bra’s and slips replaced by Shanghai silk underwear, Marnie’s here this moment, gone next sexual trysts made even more neurotic.

    Carole Morin’s Spying On Strange Men serves up a black comedy homage to film noir classics: Rear Window, Suspicion, Double Indemnity, Don’t Look Back and references a few others; complete with a twist ending out of left field providing a genuine OMG didn’t see that coming moment worthy of Hitchcock at his best. Sharp, cynical, precise, deceptive.

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