If you want a new thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, read this book from Erik Therme. Erik is one of my favorite authors that always keeps me at the edge of my seat. His first two novels, Mortom and Resthaven are both excellent reads. Just when I think I’ve figured out what is going on, Erik always changes things up and it will leave you guessing all the way until the last page. When you get to the last page, you are always left thinking, “THAT’S IT???” He leaves you screaming for more.
If you liked “Girl on the Train,” this is your kind of book. A reporter is covering a story about a luxury cruise liner for her magazine. Days before they embark, her apartment is burglarized while she is in it. Despite being frazzled and injured from the incident, she still goes on the cruise because she realizes the importance of her career advancement. What she doesn’t realize is that a murder is about to go down in the cabin next to hers. Or was there a murder? With no one missing from the ship, and everyone, including the staff accounted for, did she dream this up? Being on medication and drinking alcohol incessantly does not help the situation as the people aboard think that she is inept and is making up the whole story, while she is adamant that she is right. Someone was killed in the cabin next to hers. Either she is going crazy or someone is making her go crazy.
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A woman is murdered and her body is found in the shape of an angel, leaving a village completely stunned. Years later, a woman who looks just like the dead woman arrives in the village with her son on a holiday. As the town remarks on the significance of her arrival on the anniversary of the last woman’s death, people fear that the murderer will strike again, especially after the woman goes missing and her son is left to find her with little to no help from the villagers.