Fascinating novel looking into human insights of reactions towards each other. Didn't quite match the previous novels by Ray Crowther. The locale of Essex (being an Essex Girl born and bred) appealed to my inner self.
A really interesting, exciting and clever book. A central theme but approached from several different perspectives and characters, each bringing their own insights and surprises. I shall get more of this authors books!
I'm so glad to have discovered this author's books!
A chance meeting of two old school friends triggers a campaign of revenge and murder. As the cleverly woven plot unfolds the reader is gripped to the end, taunted by the questions:
Who raped Judy? What is the MF Trust fund? Was our villain a teenage scapegoat? Just who is Georgina's father? How will it all end for David Sterry?
This book has it all: an intriguing plot, great characterisation with perceptive emotional depth, a chilling look at justice and revenge and a love interest to boot. The real joy of this book, however, is that it is all utterly plausible.
A very satisfying unputdownable read - highly recommended!
Another great book from this author! An intriguing plot which keeps you guessing until the end. Three memorable characters. A definite baddy to hate from the start, clever at disguise and evading capture. A young girl searching for truth about her mother. A seemingly likeable guy who may have a terrible past. From the first murder to the fight climax, enjoyable through every twist and turn. Hailing from the North East of England, I especially appreciated the Tyneside location, although this is by no means central to the enjoyment of this novel.