Who am I?
This is the question Josie asks herself when a mysterious letter arrives. Then a brutal murder turns her world upside down.
To make sense of the present, Josie must go back to the start. But who can she trust when no one knows the truth? And who is the sinister stranger obsessed with her life?
The past is catching up with Josie and the consequences will be fatal....
If you like Angela Marsons, Kathryn Croft, Helen Durrant or Rachel Abbott you will be gripped by this brilliant and bracing psychological thriller.
©2016 Betsy Reavley (P)2016 Bloodhound Books
It took a while to draw me in but overall the story once it did grip really led you on. A couple of good twists that are hard to see coming and a good ending.
I felt the second half of the book was much better paced and better written than the first. That is why I said at the beginning to stick with it!
Really focussed on the main character.
Old sins cast long shadows!
I received this audiobook from Bloodhound Books in return for a fair review. I really felt at the beginning of the book that the author was using too much description and it took a while to grab me. But there came a point at which she seemed to have much more belief in her story and it really took off from there. Probably wouldn't have listened to it all if I hadn't been reviewing it but I am glad I did!
Must confess I'm a fan of Betsy's written work anyway.
This is 1st audio of hers I've listened to. Excellent storyline! Excellent. I know saying twists can annoy some people but this is twist galore! Couldn't second guess the way this went at all.
I said OH NO quite loudly at work at 1 point, my hubby came straight over with what's wrong. Thinking I'd done something at work. Told him why & he shook his head. Until I explained the plot & why I was shocked.
It was that good!
Def looking for more.
Narrator was very good, different accents & tempo as story picked up & calmed down.
Interesting story. A bit slow at times but it still captured my interest throughout. The narrator did a good job but as a non native English speeker, it was sometimes difficult to keep up with Jacobs parts due to the accent.
Well worth listening to!
"Persevere with the slightly slow start."
Having just finished Frailty and The Optician's Wife by the same author, I was a bit worried about the slow start to this book, but well worth continuing to the great second half of the book.
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