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This review is from: Cry for Help (Hardcover)
Would you feel guilty if your friend was found dead having been bound to a bed and left to dehydrate? Should you have touched base?
This is scarily realistic because of the age we live in; mobile phones, text messages, e-mail...would you be able to tell if it wasn't your friend who text you back saying that they were busy but would be in touch soon?
Mosby has a knack of making his characters realistic...albeit loners sometimes...and although I liked them, they have a dark tinge to them.
The book is partly written in the first person from the mouth of Dave Lewis who has a history with a few girls and works with his mate Rob on their monthly magazine 'Anonymous Skeptic'. The rest of the time it's a third person account of the action which also worked well and both styles kept me glued to the book, waiting to see what Dave was thinking and going to do next.
All in all a tense read that has you suspecting who the murderer is, only to make you change your mind in the next chapter.