I absolutely love reading Linwood Barclay thrillers because he has you in from the very first chapter. You know there is always something else going on in the story, so you're trying to work out what the twist will be. A Tap on the Window is definitely one of these. The story begins with ex-cop and private eye Cal Wever trying to find out information about his teenage son's untimely death. Did he really die from throwing himself off a roof top in a drug induced stupor and who supplied the drugs. Tortured by his sons death Cal searches for answers. When a young girl taps on his window one night and asks for a lift a journey begins that will almost cost him his life. He will discover the truth about several mysteries and murders in the small town and yes he will find the truth about his son. And know you won't guess the truth. The ending is quite sad but the story is a non-stop roller coaster that twists and turns as only a Linwood Barclay novel can. I love this author and can't wait for his next book.
Gold Coast, Australia