Tag: psychological thriller

Review: Something In The Water

Something In The Water starts with a whopper of a chapter. Newlywed Erin asks us how long it takes to dig a grave. She knows – she’s digging her husbands. Wait. What? Yep. Can you say “hooked”?

Erin then walks us back into the not-so-distant-past and into her relationship with her fiance, Mark. When, on their honeymoon, the discovery of a bag full of illicit goodies leads them into some serious ethical and moral grey areas, the pair hatches an elaborate and dangerous plan to keep what they’ve found. 

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Review: Stench

I have to admit, I kinda balked at the title on this one – it was just so “in your face”, but it turned out to be wonderfully fitting.

Told in two timelines and two voices, we are introduced first to Rory Norton, in a bit of a shocker as the council pest control dig up a body from under his floorboards. Rory is an odd bird in this genre of late – in a sea of unlikeable and troublesome leads, he’s actually pretty likeable, even with his secrets and even when his own motives are called into suspicion.

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Review: White Is The Coldest Colour

Before I get started, I have to issue a couple of trigger warnings. Actually, no. I have to issue pretty much all of the trigger warnings. This book has a lot – domestic abuse, violence against women, violence against children, paedophilia and more. Even the language used to describe women and children is unsettling. Yet, I couldn’t put it down. And while the content is disturbing, there’s no excessively graphic depictions of violence.

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