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12 x psychological thrillers, packed with action and suspense, including 2 x trilogies. The ultimate omnibus edition which will keep you on the edge of your seat with non-stop tension and plot twists. The Don't Tell Meg Trilogy Don't Tell Meg: Two women. One night. So many deaths. The Murder Place: A missing wife. A former lover. A house that isn't yet done with death. 12 x psychological thrillers, packed with action and suspense, including 2 x trilogies. The ultimate omnibus edition which will keep you on the edge of your seat with non-stop tension and plot twists. The Don't Tell Meg Trilogy Don't Tell Meg: Two women. One night. So many deaths. The Murder Place: A missing wife. A former lover. A house that isn't yet done with death. The Forgotten Children: A childhood poisoned by betrayal. A revenge that can wait no more. The Morecambe Bay Trilogy Left For Dead: A return to the past. Two guilty secrets. A memory that won't stay buried ... Circle of Lies: Five powerful men. One desperate woman. A seaside town rocked to its core ... Truth Be Told: An evil man. A quest for revenge. A woman who will do anything to save her family. A truth that must be told ... PLUS six standalone stories ... Two Years After: A shattered life. A tortured mind. A return to work that becomes a living hell ... Dead of Night: A lonely road. A freak accident. A violent pursuit. Now they must try to stay alive until daylight ... One Last Chance: A millionaire's secret retreat. The chance of life-changing money. A man who's willing to risk everything to achieve his dreams ... Friends Who Lie: Ten good friends. One small fortune. But who can be trusted to keep it safe? No More Secrets: Five friends. A burned body. So many lies. So Many Lies: It began with a family gathering - it ended in a bloodbath. Twelve psychological thrillers packed with suspense, peril and plot twists all in one amazing omnibus edition. Buy your copy now - you won't be able to stop reading!


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12 x psychological thrillers, packed with action and suspense, including 2 x trilogies. The ultimate omnibus edition which will keep you on the edge of your seat with non-stop tension and plot twists. The Don't Tell Meg Trilogy Don't Tell Meg: Two women. One night. So many deaths. The Murder Place: A missing wife. A former lover. A house that isn't yet done with death. 12 x psychological thrillers, packed with action and suspense, including 2 x trilogies. The ultimate omnibus edition which will keep you on the edge of your seat with non-stop tension and plot twists. The Don't Tell Meg Trilogy Don't Tell Meg: Two women. One night. So many deaths. The Murder Place: A missing wife. A former lover. A house that isn't yet done with death. The Forgotten Children: A childhood poisoned by betrayal. A revenge that can wait no more. The Morecambe Bay Trilogy Left For Dead: A return to the past. Two guilty secrets. A memory that won't stay buried ... Circle of Lies: Five powerful men. One desperate woman. A seaside town rocked to its core ... Truth Be Told: An evil man. A quest for revenge. A woman who will do anything to save her family. A truth that must be told ... PLUS six standalone stories ... Two Years After: A shattered life. A tortured mind. A return to work that becomes a living hell ... Dead of Night: A lonely road. A freak accident. A violent pursuit. Now they must try to stay alive until daylight ... One Last Chance: A millionaire's secret retreat. The chance of life-changing money. A man who's willing to risk everything to achieve his dreams ... Friends Who Lie: Ten good friends. One small fortune. But who can be trusted to keep it safe? No More Secrets: Five friends. A burned body. So many lies. So Many Lies: It began with a family gathering - it ended in a bloodbath. Twelve psychological thrillers packed with suspense, peril and plot twists all in one amazing omnibus edition. Buy your copy now - you won't be able to stop reading!

30 review for The Complete Thriller Collection: Twelve psychological thrillers by Paul J. Teague, including the Don't Tell Meg Trilogy and the Morecambe Bay Trilogy plus six standalone stories

  1. 4 out of 5

    christine arlott-clay

    The most amazing collection of thrillers I've ever read. SO GRATEFUL FOR THE LOCKDOWN SPECIAL OFFER TOO, thank you The trilogys,, starting with Don't tell Meg..utterlerly compelling, wonderful writing, fast paced action and plots. In fact all the characters in each story has a good person in there, among the wrong in a of course. Will certainly be looking out for more from Paul Teague. HOOKED! The most amazing collection of thrillers I've ever read. SO GRATEFUL FOR THE LOCKDOWN SPECIAL OFFER TOO, thank you The trilogys,, starting with Don't tell Meg..utterlerly compelling, wonderful writing, fast paced action and plots. In fact all the characters in each story has a good person in there, among the wrong in a of course. Will certainly be looking out for more from Paul Teague. HOOKED!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melinda Frazer

    You'll be wanting some Viscene (eye drops) if you read this I read a heck of a lot of books but this one seemed to drag on and on. Having only read 3% of the first book, I'm feeling bored and I want to skip ahead to the juicy stuff. Ok so we need to know a little background on each character, but for me, this is excruciatingly slow. I've skipped probably 5 or 6 pages... I find that the writer is explaining absolutely everything, right down to the colour and shape of the ant that's crawling across You'll be wanting some Viscene (eye drops) if you read this I read a heck of a lot of books but this one seemed to drag on and on. Having only read 3% of the first book, I'm feeling bored and I want to skip ahead to the juicy stuff. Ok so we need to know a little background on each character, but for me, this is excruciatingly slow. I've skipped probably 5 or 6 pages... I find that the writer is explaining absolutely everything, right down to the colour and shape of the ant that's crawling across the back of the yellow paper blind. The kind that you saw back in school, remember when you were in yr 2, and you had to open the blinds, those yellow paperblinds, the one that if you pulled just that teeny too hard, the blind would either be so stretched that it would just hang there like some washing that's been left out on the line for 3 weeks straight.....see where I'm going with this? I'll skip a few more pages, keep reading, but only until my eyes dry out, then I'll find another book. Too slow for me, but this is just my opinion.

  3. 5 out of 5

    johnanimalantics.net, Margaret G Conlan

    Great On the whole I truly loved all of these stories. However what puts me off is the bad language and profanity. I’m absolutely positive it’s it necessary as I’ve read ones that have been wonderful without any of the former. In my opinion there’s no need for it. The characters came into their own, the twists some of them had was delightful and I felt a sense of fear in some of them wondering what would happen next. Thank you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Hooke

    These were good books for a quick no worry read. Some were much better than others and the author would have done well if he’d employed a better editor as some of the writing left a lot to be desired. The core plots were excellent but characterisation and asides let him down quite badly at times. Overall I would have liked to give 2 and a half stars but didn’t want to be mean and give two so he got a lucky three.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eileen Williams

    Thrilling, tense, full of suspense and intrigue. Absolutely brilliant value. Full on suspense and mystery. Don't tell Meg trilogy had me completely hooked. I read when I go to bed, before I knew it my husband said, "Good morning", I had been so absorbed that I had read through the night and not slept. Now that is a sign of a seriously good book. Thrilling, tense, full of suspense and intrigue. Absolutely brilliant value. Full on suspense and mystery. Don't tell Meg trilogy had me completely hooked. I read when I go to bed, before I knew it my husband said, "Good morning", I had been so absorbed that I had read through the night and not slept. Now that is a sign of a seriously good book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julie Powell

    This was an excellent set of fast-paced, well-written thrillers with believable characters in various settings - all very well done. I was lucky enough to get the box set while it was on offer...so even more great value. Loved all the stories and I highly recommend them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    margaret pearce

    Brilliant read Absolutely loved all of the books in this series. The writing and description of Margate was so good I feel as if I've been there. Each and every book drew me in to the story quickly. Love this author Brilliant read Absolutely loved all of the books in this series. The writing and description of Margate was so good I feel as if I've been there. Each and every book drew me in to the story quickly. Love this author

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michael Wesley

    Excellent!!! I thoroughly enjoyed this collection. I would like to see more of the main characters. I felt a sadness with Meg and Peter but I think there are more adventures awaiting Peter and his old flame.

  9. 5 out of 5

    karen walker-grimes

    Trilogy So many stories in this . The last 2 or 3 were short, but long enough to get entrenched. Almost totally forgot about the don't tell meg. There was one that bored me, but can't remember the name. But overall kept my hour plus commute interesting. Trilogy So many stories in this . The last 2 or 3 were short, but long enough to get entrenched. Almost totally forgot about the don't tell meg. There was one that bored me, but can't remember the name. But overall kept my hour plus commute interesting.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Banks

    Very good! Really enjoyed all the stories in this book! The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat and not wanting to put it down! Unlike a lot of mystery/thrillers I could not work out the bad guy until I read to the end!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bernadette Mcgoldrick

    Great set of books Written by a man who obviously knows what he's doing. Although I did only scan through the author notes, I did get the gist he uses a lot of his own experiences. Excellent value for money. Great set of books Written by a man who obviously knows what he's doing. Although I did only scan through the author notes, I did get the gist he uses a lot of his own experiences. Excellent value for money.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Donna Keel

    Review I really enjoyed this book. It was very layered. I like books like that. I would recommend this book to anyone.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lynne

    Great book Why Amazon insist on 20 words for a review via kindle, I don't know. Especially when I just want to say that I really enjoyed this book. Great book Why Amazon insist on 20 words for a review via kindle, I don't know. Especially when I just want to say that I really enjoyed this book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    LC

    Didn't get far enough to understand why this is on the LGBT mystery charts? It was only a dollar. Oh, well. Didn't get far enough to understand why this is on the LGBT mystery charts? It was only a dollar. Oh, well.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Machado

    Great read Interesting characters and good storylines in each book. Very enjoyable to read, would recommend Amazing value for the set too

  16. 5 out of 5

    John F. Wilson

    Can't put it down Each story was so good that at the end I was sad...then, turn the page and another one started! Interesting characters. Can't put it down Each story was so good that at the end I was sad...then, turn the page and another one started! Interesting characters.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marianne Thomas

    He knows what can happen if lies are told I enjoyed all of the books. Very similar in story line but different. I started to guess where he was going and not always right.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mary Walsh

    Not my cup of tea

  19. 4 out of 5

    Helen Farrow

    So tedious! Don’t expect I’ll bother with the others in the series. Fortunately they were only 99p - special offer for the set, no wonder!

  20. 4 out of 5

    brenda evans-morris

    Twelve books of love and mystery and excitement Loved every one of the twelve didn't want to put one down so much mysteries love that keeps you guessing recommend them Twelve books of love and mystery and excitement Loved every one of the twelve didn't want to put one down so much mysteries love that keeps you guessing recommend them

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    I enjoyed all 12 books but I think I liked the Don't Tell Meg triology the most. I enjoyed all 12 books but I think I liked the Don't Tell Meg triology the most.

  22. 5 out of 5

    mrs simone valentine

    Fantastic. This box set is not to be missed. Fantastic characters who you feel you know. Great stories. As each unfolded you wanted more. Pulls you in and keeps you there. Fantastic

  23. 4 out of 5

    Frank Astbury

    Good Excellent plots and storylines .Made a really good read in the current lockdown situation. Having read 12 of Paul Yeah he's books would consider reading more of his books Good Excellent plots and storylines .Made a really good read in the current lockdown situation. Having read 12 of Paul Yeah he's books would consider reading more of his books

  24. 4 out of 5

    sally sandy

    Brilliant enjoyed every one. Couldn't put them down Brilliant enjoyed every one. Couldn't put them down

  25. 5 out of 5

    Hazel Ruth Stockhill

    Brilliant Brilliant, from beginning to end, never a full moment, totally gripping. The twists and turns just epic. What a read

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brenda J. Estes

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maria Tucker

  28. 5 out of 5

    rosalind hudson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lyn Kearney

  30. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Kennedy

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