The Babysitter (2020)

The Babysitter Andrew Coburn The Babysitter Paula Aherne the Wrights lovely and trusted babysitter is dead Upstairs the dark bedroom where a child once slept is empty No ransom note No clues And the biggest mystery is the babysitter herself
  • Title: The Babysitter
  • Author: Andrew Coburn
  • ISBN: 9780671828646
  • Page: 491
  • Format: None
The Babysitter Andrew Coburn Paula Aherne, the Wrights lovely and trusted babysitter, is dead Upstairs, the dark bedroom where a child once slept is empty No ransom note No clues And the biggest mystery is the babysitter herself.Now in defiance of the police and hte FBI the child s frantic parents have begun their own dangerous search through derelict factory towns and Boston s seamy NortPaula Aherne, the Wrights lovely and trusted babysitter, is dead Upstairs, the dark bedroom where a child once slept is empty No ransom note No clues And the biggest mystery is the babysitter herself.Now in defiance of the police and hte FBI the child s frantic parents have begun their own dangerous search through derelict factory towns and Boston s seamy North End Only after death has struck again will they learn the fate of their baby and the truth about the babysitter.
The Babysitter Andrew Coburn

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One thought on “The Babysitter

  1. Rebecca McNutt

    Creepy little mystery paperback, really nostalgic It reminds me vaguely of the 1980 ABC TV film The Babysitter.

  2. Terry Cornell

    I probably picked this up several years ago, thinking it would be a cheesy horror novel based on the cover Surprised to find a pretty decent crime novel with plenty of unpredictable twists and turns Starts with parents coming home from a night out, to a murdered babysitter and missing baby The FBI discovers the babysitter isn t who she claims to be, and they have no idea who she is I would give this three and a half stars Great plot, the writing itself is a little choppy at times I looked up And [...]

  3. Stacie

    I was staying at an old country farmhouse in Vermont recently and came across this book on one of the shelves The title on the spine grabbed my attention and once I saw the cover I knew I had to read it I m a sucker for 70 s and 80 s horror It really wasn t one of the better books I ve read but it was mildly entertaining It ended up being a crime story and not a horror story All of the different viewpoints were confusing All in all, still a fun quick read for a weekend away.

  4. Berber

    I read this thinking it was written by Stephen King just because it was on the Stephen King shelf D oh Was expecting a King y twist halfway through but Coburn ends up with a killer we ve only just met in the last few pages Boooring.

  5. Douglas Castagna

    The cover misled me, at first glance it looks like a horror cover circa 1980 s It is not a horror novel but a dense and overly complicated crime novel, with some good suspense elements That being said, it had some moments, and the writing is good, but the story is heavy and does not flow well.

  6. Stacy Simpson

    It started out ok then went downhill really fast The story kept flipping around to different scenarios and they were not well directed it turned out to be a big mess I would pass it up.

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