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She did it again, a darn good yarn
on 26 August 2017
I think it is the way she plots the story. It is captivating to the core. Started off with its first chapter that made me gripped on my armrest. Eyes stinging with sleep, but I kept flipping the pages. Intense and dark.
As it turned out, however, this book reads like another Agatha Christie's whodunit. A lot of characters where it keeps you guessing who will be the next victim and everyone seemed likely to be the killer. It is a new way of writing, so be ready for more gore and blood for readers who like the dark. It's a new century, less 'upper lips' style.
Rachel Abbott never once falters. Every book I've read so far, this is my third Rachel Abbott and I love every bit if it. Writing is perfect, easy to read, yet the words occasionally tear into me, ripping me emotionally. The plot - super plotting to the max. This is the way I would like to write too.