blurb from goodreads.com please scroll down for my review.
The gripping new psychological suspense novel from the author of Until You’re Mine.
Oh God, please don’t let me die.
It has taken nearly two years for the Warwickshire village of Radcote to put a spate of teenage suicides behind it.
Then a young man is killed in a freak motorbike accident, and a suicide note is found among his belongings. A second homeless boy takes his own life, this time on the railway tracks.
Is history about to repeat itself?
DI Lorraine Fisher has just arrived for a relaxing summer break with her sister. Soon she finds herself caught up in the resulting police enquiry. And when her nephew disappears she knows she must act quickly.Are the recent deaths suicide – or murder?
And is the nightmare beginning again?
Brilliant, really enjoyed this psychological thriller with an emphasis on family and what, unfortunately, is probably happening to loads of families in the world.
DI Lorraine Fisher is back and she goes to visit her sister for a weeks holiday, but it turns out to be not much of a holiday as there are some mysterious deaths going on around the village.
I enjoyed the different perspectives that the author wrote, Gil is written in first person and the rest of main characters in the third person. I read the book quickly as it gripped me from the beginning. I thought it was better the Until You´re Mine, the other book where DI Lorraine appears but can easily be read as a stand alone.
Nicely written and fast paced, well worth a read for those who enjoy a good physiological thriller.