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Book Name:Holly
Author:Stephen King
SeriesHolly Gibney #3
File Type:PDF/ePub
PDF Size4.04 MB
ePub Size3.29 MB
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There are times when life gives you a hand up. HODGES, BILL

With Holly, Stephen King brings back fan favourite Holly Gibney. Holly’s progressive evolution from the reticent (though courageous and ethical) recluse introduced in Mr. Mercedes to Bill Hodges’s partner in Finders Keepers to the independent, savvy, and occasionally stern private investigator she becomes in The Outsider has been fascinating for readers to follow. Holly is on her alone in King’s latest novel, facing out against two vile, cunningly masked foes.

Holly is hesitant to take on the case of Penny Dahl’s missing kid when she calls the Finders Keepers detective agency. Her mate Pete is a Covid sufferer. Her (very convoluted) mother just passed away. The plan is for Holly to take some time off. But there’s just something about Penny Dahl’s pleading tone that Holly can’t ignore.

A few blocks away from where Bonnie Dahl vanished are the home of Bonnie’s parents, Professors Rodney and Emily Harris. They epitomise the affluent middle-class couple: doting grandparents who have been married for decades and are now in their semi-retirement years as professors. But in the basement of their clean, book-lined home, they are keeping a dark secret that may have something to do with Bonnie’s disappearance. And given their intelligence, persistence, and ruthlessness, it will be extremely difficult to figure out what they are up to.

In this horrifying new masterpiece from Stephen King, Holly must muster all her tremendous powers to outthink and outmanoeuvre the brutally warped academics.

About The Author Stephen King

It was to Donald and Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King that their second son, Stephen Edwin King, was born. His mother raised him and his older brother, David, when their father abandoned them when Stephen was only two. He split his formative years between Stratford, Connecticut, and Fort Wayne, Indiana, near his father’s extended family. At the age of eleven, Stephen’s mother moved the family back to Durham, Maine. Ruth King’s parents, Guy and Nellie Pillsbury, had become physically unable to care for themselves as they aged, and her sisters had convinced her to take up their physical care. The tiny house in Durham and the money came from other family members. Mrs. King began working in the kitchen at Pineland, a neighbouring residential facility for the mentally impaired, after Stephen’s grandparents passed away.

Stephen graduated from the elementary school in Durham and the high school in Lisbon Falls in 1966. Beginning in his second year as a student at the University of Maine at Orono, he contributed a weekly piece to the student newspaper, THE MAINE CAMPUS. He also participated in student government by being elected to the Student Senate. From a conservative perspective that the Vietnam War was unconstitutional, he came to support the anti-war movement on the Orono campus. In 1970, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in English and became certified to teach at the secondary school level. His high blood pressure, poor eyesight, flat feet, and perforated eardrums earned him a 4-F on the first board exam he took soon after college.

He met his future wife, Tabitha Spruce, while they were both working as students in the Fogler Library. They tied the knot in January 1971. Since Stephen did not find a teaching job right after, the Kings had to get by on his wage as a worker at an industrial laundry, her school loan and savings, and the occasional windfall from the sale of a short story to a men’s magazine.

In 1967, Stephen’s short tale “The Glass Floor” was published in Startling Mystery Stories, marking the beginning of his professional writing career. Even after tying the knot, he kept up his story sales to male-oriented periodicals. Many of these stories were later included in Night Shift or other collections.

Stephen began his career as an educator in the field of English in the autumn of 1971 at Hampden Academy, a public high school in Hampden, Maine. After work and on weekends, he kept cranking out short stories and book draughts.

Holly Book Summary

Stephen King has been one of my favourite crime writers over the past several years, first with the Bill Hodges Trilogy and now with one of the best side-characters of those books, Holly, in his newest crime thriller, and it did not disappoint.

In just two days, I devoured Holly by Stephen King and couldn’t put it down. Having people as the “evil” is always an interesting concept, and this is explored through the horrible serial killings Holly investigates, so even though the plot lacked the supernatural, I still enjoyed it very much.

In this novel, King gives Holly much more dimension as a character and explains his obsession with her to the point where he gave her a novel of her own. His use of language and character development remain exceptional and have even improved since his earlier works.

A traditional horror tale with supernatural elements is not what you’ll find here. However, I believe that Holly is a book that all Stephen King fans will like due to the author’s brilliant dialogue, character development, and compelling plot. This one’s got a satisfying conclusion, too. It’s complete and satisfying in every way.

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