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  • An outstanding read!

    Having been introduced to Naomi’s work last year and really loving her previous two books, I could not wait to get stuck into the story for her third novel, Do Her No Harm. Holy moly, what a thrilling ride that you are taken on and I am pleased to say that it is 3 for 3 and this is another winner that Naomi has put together here! I am also happy to report that I learnt from my previous mistake when I read Naomi’s last book The Truth, which was to make sure that my kindle was fully charged before I dove straight into this story. My experience of not doing this the last time, was really a difficult time for me when it died at a crucial part and I had to wait valuable minutes while it charged enough before I could continue on with it! 🙂 (Yes, clearly I am still scarred by this!) Do Her No Harm tells the story of the mysterious disappearance, (presumed murdered), of Tabitha Rice and her best friend Annabella’s quest to find out what happened to her that night. All roads lead to Tabitha’s husband Rick and his behaviour as having something to do with her disappearance, but along the way, Annabella learns some harsh truths about Tabitha and her character that has her questioning if she really knew her best friend at all… Naomi has done such a great job with the plot, that is executed extremely well and with its telling of some of the story through a true crime podcast, which have become so popular of late, really was a great move on Naomi’s part to incorporate into the story. It gives it that extra something that enhances and what made this book stand out to me all the more. Right from the outset Naomi had me in her clutches and I was taken along for the ride to solve the mystery. I was completely caught up in it as I was transported from the present, back to the past as the three narrators of Annabella, Tabitha and Rick each demanded my attention, willing me to believe them as they told me their backstories and versions of events in the lead up to when Tabitha disappeared. When all is revealed it is not what I was expecting at all! Very well played Naomi. I take my hat off to you! With its striking cover, a strong plot, a cast of both likeable and unlikeable characters, one that moves at the right pace with tension and suspense that is cleverly built up along the way, to a thrilling conclusion and finally, that is all told through perfectly flawless writing, you can’t go wrong with this book! You are a natural born storyteller Naomi and I can’t wait to be swept up in what you come up with for us next! Thank-you to NetGalley, Aria Fiction and Naomi Joy for allowing me to read an advanced copy of Do Her No Harm which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

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  • Do Her No Harm

    With Do Her No Harm ( Naomi Joy) I'm upping my 3 1/2 stars to 4 stars. It was a good story with twists and turns, but (for me) there was too much back and forth in different time periods and in different voices. I want to thank NetGalley and Aria for an early copy to review.

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  • Cleverly Plotted, Intriguing Read!

    I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this one, but it's an intriguing read. Annabella has spent the last five years trying to come to terms with the sudden disappearance of her best friend. Convinced that Tabitha Rice's husband is responsible, she has been funding a private detective to watch him but is getting nowhere so decides to be more pro-active herself. The more she digs, the more she discovers - and not all of it is what she expected to find. Did Tabby just disappear or has something more serious happened? Can Annabella get to the bottom of it all? I must admit to being completely mystified as to Tabitha's whereabouts; as the story went back and forwards in time, filling the reader in on the history of all those concerned I finally thought I had worked it out - only to discover I was completely wrong! However, by the final page everything is clearly explained and I was satisfied with the outcome. I didn't find it as gripping as I could have; with multiple narrators I had to keep checking to see who was 'speaking' quite often, but this is a cleverly plotted novel and a rewarding read. I'm very happy to give this one four stars.

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  • Middle of the road for me

    Thank you to the author, publisher and Net Galley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for my review. This author was a new one for me, I hadn't read any of her previous books. The story is told in alternating POV's (which seems to be the normal now), revolving around the unsolved murder of Tabitha (Tabby). Was it murder? Who were the suspects? Are the police following up leads? Or was Tabby hiding things? I read a lot of thrillers and suspense novels, and this one really doesn't stand out to me. It's just another thriller. I didn't feel strongly about any of the characters, and the pacing was rather slow at the beginning, so that I had a hard time really getting into the story. IT was easy to put down for a while until about 60%. Overall it wasn't great and it wasn't terrible, so I'll go for the middle of the road and rate it 3 stars. For someone new to thrillers, it might be a more engaging read, but it didn't really work for me.

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  • A good read

    A swift paced book with multiple POVs, at different timelines providing all the angles to the situation the characters found themselves in. The writing was maddening at first until the author slowly tied them all together. I couldn’t have ever predicted where the story was going, each POV led me astray. I kept going farther until I realized I was close, so close to the truth. And explode it did with the truth and I knew where Tabitha was!!

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