About The Author:
For more than twenty-five years as a journalist – including fifteen years as a BBC TV news presenter – Teresa Driscoll followed stories into the shadows of life. Covering crime for so long, she watched and was deeply moved by all the ripples each case caused, and the haunting impact on the families, friends and witnesses involved. It is those ripples that she explores in her darker fiction. Teresa lives in beautiful Devon with her husband and two sons. She writes women’s fiction as well as thrillers, and her novels have been published in six languages.
You can find out more about her books on her website
on Twitter (@TeresaDriscoll) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/teresadriscollauthor).
My Verdict about the Book:
This is the first book of a foreign author, I am reading and as usual, the narration is slow-paced; but you will like it after completing about 50-60 pages when twist and turn coming. The story of the book runs simultaneously in two phases i.e. current time and past time incident. The main character of the book is Sophie and Emma and a few more additional characters are as well. It starts when Sophie got a phone call regarding her son met with an accident, while she was traveling on a train. And she is thinking about that trusting her friend Emma was a right choice or not. In this book narration of friendship is shown so complicated that you could not reach to the conclusion until the end of the book.
The suspense is amazing, that’s the reason I am not saying anything more about the story. This one is my 2nd psychological thriller book by a foreign author and I will definitely go for her previous book for sure. A good page turner book it is and it will hold the reader attention till the end of the story. Its end is unpredictable and that adds extra charm to the book.
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