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She was a still beautiful, once famous actress whose day had passed. Not even her handsome young husband could assuage the grief she still felt for her long dead child. Regularly, she left bright, shiny toys on the small, sad grave, and visited the nursery at the top of the house, its door locked to all but herself. And now she was ill, and it was necessary that a sympatheShe was a still beautiful, once famous actress whose day had passed. Not even her handsome young husband could assuage the grief she still felt for her long dead child. Regularly, she left bright, shiny toys on the small, sad grave, and visited the nursery at the top of the house, its door locked to all but herself. And now she was ill, and it was necessary that a sympathetic companion be found for her...A few months ion the country, working for glamorous Helena Blaine - it was a perfect job for city bred Angela Wallace. She knew very little about Helena's past, or about Greywood, the house, but almost from the first she sensed there was something unwholesome and evil about both. And then a murderer struck, again and again, and Angela found she had waited to long to get away......

Title : Lonely Toys
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ISBN : 9780523401683
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 0 Pages
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Lonely Toys Reviews

  • Nattie
    2019-01-12 20:16

    I generally like Miriam Lynch, so I will be generous and give an extra half star. Things started off fine but it didn't take long for me to realize that outside of a couple incidents, nothing of value was happening.The book basically focuses on Angela, the nurse for a woman who used to be a big star on the stage. Angela doesn't do much other than complain about being bored, panic, and walk around by herself even though she knows someone dangerous is lurking about.I didn't like Angela. When the cops started coming around to interview the household, it would take her forever to calm herself down so she could answer the questions. She would stand there with wide eyes and her fists clenched while they accused her of all sorts of things. She claimed to be too flustered or angry to get air in her lungs and make her mouth move. It wasn't like she was having panic attacks, so I didn't get it.The ending was something I never would have figured on, so I suppose there's that. If I had actually thought it was a good ending, I might have been slightly impressed.