This one was a tasty little thriller. I don’t know if I would call it a mystery or not – certainly there were mysteries within the story, and the outcome was unknown – but the suspense and tension in this book were created more by what the reader did know than what they didn’t.
There were a couple of aspects that were a bit unlikely, and some that were downright obvious to the reader but not the oblivious main character, but I’ve found that true with most stories I’ve read lately, and it is a work of fiction, after all. Suspending belief is part of the fun.
I had a hard time putting this book down during certain parts of the fast paced plot. It was a pleasure to move this story from the ‘unread’ to the ‘read’ collection on my Kindle after it sat there, ignored, for so long. 4.5 stars!
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