Inheritance Somewhere deep in her mind Christine Marsden is witnessing the murder of young girls And now she has urges to hurt her own children After a head injury which left her having nightmares and visions Ch

  • Title: Inheritance
  • Author: Thomas Wymark
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Somewhere deep in her mind Christine Marsden is witnessing the murder of young girls And now she has urges to hurt her own children After a head injury which left her having nightmares and visions, Christine is convinced that something inside her brain has broken, and that she is slowly sinking into insanity She is terrified of what she might be capable of She fears thSomewhere deep in her mind Christine Marsden is witnessing the murder of young girls And now she has urges to hurt her own children After a head injury which left her having nightmares and visions, Christine is convinced that something inside her brain has broken, and that she is slowly sinking into insanity She is terrified of what she might be capable of She fears that in losing her mind she will also lose her children and husband Christine embarks on a desperate fight to try to halt the fracture of her mind before it s too late, and in doing so, discovers the hidden truth behind the dark horrors she is experiencing Inheritance is one of a loose series of psychological suspense and mystery thrillers in which Thomas Wymark delves into the dark and hidden places of our minds Q Why do some of your novels focus on the mind A I ve always enjoyed fiction that explores our darkest thoughts and potential capabilities I believe that normal human beings can be capable of absolute wickedness as well as absolute kindness Q Is Inheritance part of a series, and if so, what other titles are part of the series A Inheritance is part of a loose collection of psychological suspense thrillers that aren t connected by anything other than their examination of the mind My novel You Can t Get Them Back is about a guy who wakes up from a sixteen year coma to discover that his wife has been murdered along with a mother and baby and he is the only suspect My short story No More Sunshine looks at a man who, mentally, just can t take it any, but the action he takes leads to unintended consequences Q Do you only write psychological suspense thrillers A No I have two series books coming soon, which are thriller than psychological although I suspect there will be an element of mind mess in there somewhere.

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    1. Thomas Wymark says:

      Thomas Wymark is a psychological, mystery and suspense thriller writer Born in London, now living near Brighton Author of stand alone novels, short stories and the Sal Smith thriller series.

    2 thoughts on “Inheritance

    1. Good points, nice plot and twists, this took the book from a 3 to a 4. The weak points, main character retells the crime several times to different people, making it tedious and too long.

    2. So so many twistsSo many twists I felt as if maybe the writer wasn't confident in the initial plots and rapidly kept changing them. She implies her husband is a cheater than not, only to revisit the idea chapters later. She's injured from a random attack, but might be insane, thinks she's a murderer, but wait it might be the husband. Oh wait she's adopted she's really crazy and inherited it from her birth mother, oops nope not that. Oh wait suddenly husband isn't a cheater or a killer but a dili [...]

    3. Did not like bookThis book took too long to get to the point. While I finished the entire book, I really didn't enjoy it as much as other mystery books purchased on . Someone should have done a better job of proofreading this book as there were several typos. I would not recommend this book to anyone.

    4. Thought provoking. GREATREADThis book had me from the start. It only got better page by page. I didn't want to put it down. A gripping book,well written.

    5. Inheritance: A Psychological Mystery and Suspense Thriller byThomas Wymark is a book that before you do anything, make sure you have your seatbelt on nice and tight, then hold on because you're going on one confusing wild ride. This is one psychological mystery and suspense thriller you won't put down until you're finished reading. Then you'll wonder "did I really read what I did?" There's twists and turns so you're kept on the edge of your seat. Will Christine find the answers she is looking fo [...]

    6. I would have liked to have given this book a 4 star rating, but honestly it let me down a bit. The ending seemed anticlimactic for me; I had different expectations. That aside, I enjoyed the rest of it. Being inside of a Christine's head throughout this whole ordeal was interesting as I saw her in her lowest of lows and her highest highs. Definitely a rollercoaster of an adventure.

    7. What a dirty trick. I still think Richard mugged her. Deeply engrossing. Good read.I particularly liked the ending. All wrapped up neatly. 4 stars because the mugging is never addressed as to who really did it. Will read more by Wymark.

    8. After being mugged, Christine begins experiencing strange violent visions, blackouts and wanting to lash out at those closest to her. Thinking her mental health has been affected by the mugging, she begins counselling, convinced that she's going mad.I enjoyed the way the author gradually built up Christine's experiences and her reactions to them. Her personality and relationship with her husband and children are affected by her thoughts and actions. It was interesting to observe how the family r [...]

    9. I hate not finishing a book, so I determinedly read to the end, without skipping any pages. It was hard work. there were many time that I wanted to just give up. I got fed up with the constant conflicts and challenges that happened on every page. The repetition of the tale, and I lost time how many times she told herself to get a grip. Was It worth it, the 7hours or so to read the book? I am not sure. The ending happened fairly quickly once every hurdle in the world was thrown at her and she man [...]

    10. Christine Marsden has a skateboard accident even though she does not own or ride a skateboard. She is hit over the head with a skateboard while being mugged. After being hit over the head her life spirals out of control. She has dreams and visions of hurting people. She begins to think she is losing her mind.This is a book I picked up in the free list. Sometimes these are fabulous like in this case. It is very well written. Even though the outcome was obvious I had a hard time putting it down, c [...]

    11. Slow paced and weird at times, but I enjoyed it thoroughly and read every word. Mentioning that fact because there are some so-called reviewers on this site (and others) who feels it's appropriate to read the first chapter and then diss other folk's work. I found this to be a well-written and suspenseful read, and I didn't guess what was going on until about 80% of the way through. Yay! Thank you Thomas Wymark. It's clear that much love and thought went into the creation of this tale.

    12. This is a book I would give to someone to show them how NOT to write a character. The protagonist cries throughout the entire book - literally, EVERY CHAPTER has some reference to her tears, sobbing, etc. Her emotions yo-yo so dramatically that it's almost comical. I struggled throughout most of the book because the character was so irritating. I had hoped for a dramatic twist that would save the story, but the ending was a complete letdown.

    13. WordyA good book but it a bit lengthy before it gets there. I almost stopped reading due to the author droning on and on but I assume in telling his tale he felt we should know exactly how the character felt and he did a good job there. It did turn into a good story so I give it four stars still think he should have cut back some.

    14. Crazy? At first this story was a little strange but soon it became eventful, somewhat menacing but a great puzzle to solve. Is Chris really crazy, what will happen to her children and there are even more questions? You will like this thriller too. It will sustain you during the dark and dreary days of January.

    15. What a ride the author took me on!I literally couldn't put this down. I know how often that phrase is used but in this case its true. The way the author wove the story together is masterful. I can't wait to read his next book.

    16. A short reviewMy rating is 5 as Thomas is one of my favourite authors and his story telling is too notch. Suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat. A really good read

    17. Crazy goodI stayed up to read the end!!! I could hardly it it down. Twists and turns wit a surprising ending;;

    18. "In pursuit of memory"A really gripping mystery from beginning to end. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Loved the odd dash of humour among the traumatic events.

    19. confusing at first but once I figured out where the author was going very suspenseful. The ending was a little hard to believe as the main character puts herself in unnecessary danger.

    20. This was a compelling read.I am always impressed when a male writer pulls off so effectively a first-person narrative where the main protagonist is female. The attention to characterisation was extremely well-observed.I read this on my Kindle with no idea how far through I was at any point in the story. On several occasions, I felt that the story was pulling towards a climax, but rather than head towards an ending, another dimension was added – a real bonus for the reader – and for a long ti [...]

    21. What happens when a power house of a teacher gets mugged, seriously injured which results in visions of evil, violence and rape? The haunting and uncomfortable images and the terror that accompanies it not only shatter the 'Power Atom' Chris, but also shake the foundation of her family, relationships and her sense of sanity. It is a book that is uncomfortable to read because of the word images that the author evokes in the mind of the reader. Is Chris actually loosing it and is Neil letting go o [...]

    22. This book did have potential in the beginning, but even for an avid reader like me, this book was too lengthy. There were a few times that I nearly stopped reading it because the story line started losing my attention or had me lost between the main character going between reality and getting lost in her own mind. The story did have twists and turns throughout the book, but I was looking for a more compelling ending. I felt like the author was unsure which direction he was going to go with the s [...]

    23. I enjoyed this psychological thriller and I had a hard time figuring out what was going to happen next. She had me thinking totally opposite of what was going on and I enjoyed this book. I do like mysteries and thrillers and have not gone too deep into the psychological type books but found this pleasingly enjoyable. I did not think that it would turn out the way that it did and was surprised. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Happy reading.

    24. I had high hopes for this book and I just hated it. I got about 1/3 of the way through and the main character was killing me and not in a good way. She's suffering from a head injury which appears to have plunged her into a self-medicating (alcohol) whining mess. She's pissed at everyone and seeing vision like things. I abandoned the book at the point where I wanted to slam my head into something hard to induce a head injury in the hopes of forgetting I wasted any time on this.

    25. My friend was reading this so I thought I'd give it a go.After being attacked, Christine feels that her personality is changing - is this due to the hit on the head or is something more sinister happening? The story follows her as she tries to make sense of what happened to her, which takes her back to uncover some secrets in her childhood.The book was okay, it started off quite good but I felt that it was a bit too long and in that sense lost some of the suspense.

    26. Story was drug outThis book was an ok read. You have to want to finish it. Everything is so drug out it takes 2-3 chapters to get to the bottom of a single issue. I know thats the point of suspense but the issues at hand are not worth dragging out. Overall it was ok, I wasnt impressed by the story and doubt ill read anything else by the author.

    27. Great book, had me gripped from start to finish, found it hard to put down,with lots of twists and turns. Loved the way the story flowed from chapter to chapter with no time hops.Ending was bit of an anticlimax though, and would have liked to have known the identity of the mugger. Would definitely read more from this author.

    28. I enjoyed the way Mr. Amtrak painstakingly built this story, layer by layer, the way so many fine British novelists do. The characters are genuine, interesting, and complex. As he builds the story, adds to the mystery, pulling the reader ever forward to learn what happens next and why. A great read.

    29. Wow!I don't know what I expected when I picked up this book but I do know I hadn't expected it to be so intense. I could hardly put it down to eat or anything else. My dogs were not showing any liking for the book at all. I am on my way back to the book store for more by this author. Wow just doesn't seem to cover it.

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