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A map-obsessed savant, Thomas spends most of his waking hours on the Whirl360 site memorizing photographed layouts of cities around the world so that heâll be able to replicate them for the CIA in the event of some future computer-crippling catastrophe.Jul 23 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
a death that may or may not be a murder (call it an “ifdunit,” a “whydunit” or a “whodunit,” and you’d be right) and a relationship between brothers Thomas and Ray that will put you a bit in the mind of two other siblings named Charlie and Raymond Babbitt.Sep 07 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
When his father dies, accidentally crushed when his lawn tractor tips over, Thomas's brother Ray comes home to see to the arrangements and to figure out what to do with Thomas.| Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
On the accidental death of his father, Ray returns to the family home where only his brother Thomas remains - a man with psychiatric problems who rarely leaves his room and spends all day on Whirl360, a search site which allows him to study street patterns worldwide.| Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
THOMAS Kilbride spends most of his waking hours exploring cities around the world via the Whirl360 website.Sep 23 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
With this, his eighth outing, Trust Your Eyes is set to underline his burgeoning reputation for delivering not only fast-paced, superbly told stories, but also those that make you think well after the book has been closed.Sep 27 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
Thomas tells Ray there is a computer virus coming that will eliminate all the maps in the world and that he's working with the CIA and former President Bill Clinton to memorize the world before the end comes.Sep 07 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
An image that looks like a woman being murdered.
Thomas’s brother, Ray, takes care of him, cooking for him, dealing with the outside world on his behalf, and listening to his intricate and increasingly paranoid theories.
The upshot is that Thomas’ work leads him to a suspicious image – a street shot has captured an apparent murder-in-progress that the entire world can see if they know where to look – and Ray becomes unwitting bait by poking around.Sep 14 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
The CIA under the direction of Bill Clinton have recruited Thomas Kilbride [due to his astounding memory and mental abilities like that of the Dustin Hoffman idiot-savant character in “Rainman”] to memorise and map the entire world’s cities so when the ‘incident’ happens, they can use Thomas to g...Sep 27 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
Thanks Bob and Barb - my experience of thriller writers is that the darker the material the write, the nicer they are - Linwood Barclay is both, a superb writer and one of the nicest people I've met in my literary travels, my wife and kids are all readers of his, if they weren't the conversation ...Sep 27 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
Thomas then discovers what he believes to be a murder victim in a window in a New York City apartment and manipulates Ray into starting a half-hearted investigation.Oct 26 2012 | Read Full Review of Trust Your Eyes
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