Christopher Fowler
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Reading & Writing
I have to review a lot of thrillers. Many start out with a paragraph describing the weather. They go in the bin. Others starts with a cop pulling on a cigarette and staring at a dead body. Just as predictable as the weather - bin. But it shouldn't be like this, particularly in a thriller. You should be grabbed and dragged into the story from the outset. Here are five good openings, picked at…