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Linwood Barclay


Canada (1955 - )

Linwood Barclay started his journalism career in 1977 at the Peterborough Examiner, moved on to a small Oakville paper in 1979, and then to the Toronto Star in 1981 where he was, successively, assistant city editor, news editor, chief copy editor and Life section editor. He is now a staff columnist for that section, writing three times a week. His previous books are FATHER KNOWS ZILCH, THIS HOUSE IS NUTS!, and MIKE HARRIS MADE ME EAT MY DOG. He lives in Burlington, Ontario, with his wife, Neetha.
 
Series
Zack Walker
1. Bad Move (2004)
2. Bad Guys (2005)
3. Lone Wolf (2006)
     aka Bad Luck
4. Stone Rain (2007)
     aka Bad News
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Chase
1. Chase (2017)
2. Escape (2018)
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Series contributed to
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Non fiction
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Awards
Barry Awards Best Novel nominee (2014) : A Tap on the Window


Linwood Barclay recommends
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Bleed for Me (2010)
(Joseph O'Loughlin, book 4)
Michael Robotham
"Michael Robotham doesn't just make me scared for his characters, he makes my heart ache for them."
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Damaged (2010)
(Kate Lange, book 1)
Pamela Callow
"A taut, edge-of-the-seat thriller with strong characters and a driving plot."
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The Water Rat of Wanchai (2011)
(Ava Lee, book 1)
Ian Hamilton
"Ava Lee is tough, fearless, quirky and resourceful... a true original."
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Everything to Lose (2014)
Andrew Gross
"Starts at full throttle and stays there till the end."
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Somebody I Used to Know (2015)
David Bell
"David Bell writes spellbinding and gripping thrillers that get under your skin and refuse to let go."
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The Sleepless Ones (2016)
(Guillermo Downes, book 2)
James Marrison
"Dark, gripping and unexpected."
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Ragdoll (2017)
(Fawkes and Baxter, book 1)
Daniel Cole
"An exciting thriller."
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The Castle (2017)
Jason Pinter
"An exciting and fast-paced thriller...One would like to think the events in The Castle are too incredible to be real. Frighteningly, they are not."

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