Well folks, here it is, my guest reviewer Dave Hardy’s first review of 2017 and it’s a great start!
Here’s the blurb . . .
You went to bed at home, just like every other night.
You woke up in the back of a taxi, over 250 miles away.
You have no idea how you got there and no memory of the last ten hours.
You have no phone, no money; just a suicide note in your coat pocket, in your own writing.
You know you weren’t planning to kill yourself.
Your family and friends think you are lying.
Someone knows exactly what happened to you.
But they’re not telling…
Dave’s thoughts . . .
Well. My first book finished of 2017 and my first outing of a Lucy Dawson book. If this little gem is anything to go by, it’s going to be another cracking year in books.
This is really one of the books that has you completely gripped and involved from the first chapter. The story is beautifully plotted and executed fantastically. The close knit family characters are a very believable bunch and, when they all rally around Sally on arriving home, they all start to play their part in discovering what has happened. And then the fun begins . . .
There are twists in twists, lies in lies, and keeping you intensely gripped. It won’t leave you alone. Every time you put it down, you’re immediately picking it back up again, trying to unravel what is going on.
Everything you crave in a psychological thriller is here in this book!
I did unfortunately have a genuine idea who the perpetrator or perpetrators were, but all is not to be believed as the story keeps throwing more and more bombshells at you, culminating in a shocking finale.
The ending is mind boggling!
A big, fat and solid 4* from me!!
About the author . . .
Bestselling author Lucy Dawson has had five books published in the UK, and her work has been translated into numerous languages. Lucy read Psychology at Warwick University before working as a magazine editor. She now writes full time and lives in Exeter with her husband and children.