Book review: Awakening by Sharon Bolton.
One of my recurring nightmares is that I walk on a path or through a house crawling with snakes. This is pretty much the beginning of Awakening, a slithering suspense featuring one of the world's most deadly serpent. I loved everything about this thriller. The characters, the mystery and the setting in a rural English village. I found myself strangely fascinated by snakes at the end of it.
So please to have another five-star review for my suspense novel THE DAUGHTER!
"... this one hooks you in quite quickly with a curiosity, that is if you have an interest in thrillers/crime novels. It's quite a fresh read in a well trodden genre. I went back to this a few times since completion, that is always a good sign with any book."
Book review of The Daughter.
"This is a quick, easy read, with enough suspense that it's hard to stop reading once you get started. Recommended for readers looking for some small-town Nordic Noir that's a bit different, or anyone wanting to read something set in Finland."
Book review: The Forgetting Time by Sharon Guskin. This is a lovely, lovely story! I was totally engrossed from the beginning. I found the plot interesting and really liked all the main characters, they felt very real. It's sad, thought provoking and beautifully written.
Book review: The Woman In The Window by A.J Finn. Gripping from start to finish! This was the last book I read in 2018 and perhaps also the best. It's a dark, twisty and beautifully told story. Just brilliant!
Book review: He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly. Original, twisted and thrilling. I loved everything about this suspense novel! The plot, the characters, the twists and the eclipse chaser- environment. A great read!