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  • unusual whodunnit

    An unusual whodunnit where the story is recounted in the form of a record of communications including emails, messages or police interview records. Whilst this format conveys the necessary information and builds the tension, it doesn’t have the ambiance of a particular setting. An enjoyable enough read but somewhat lacking in the nuance of character development and the descriptive environmental background, so only a three-star rating. With thanks to NetGalley and the author for a preview copy for review purposes.

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  • The Appeal

    What a brilliant concept for a book. I won’t spoil it for other readers but suffice to say I nearly devoured this book in one session. Highly recommend.

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  • Unusual but brilliant

    This is a highly unusual format but utterly compelling, I kept thinking about it between reading it as it really hooked me. We find out about the lives of the people involved in The Fairway Players amateur dramatics group through the format of emails, text messages and other messages. supplied to some legal assistants tasked with assisting a QC although it’s not initially made clear as to what the purpose of their research is. I found myself questioning everything about the characters the more I read, I found it made me very suspicious about most and very eager to see how this continues. My only niggle was the QC drip feeding parts of information but otherwise it’s a very solid read which I thoroughly enjoyed.

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  • Terrible

    Unfortunately I loathed it within five pages. Chicken lit prose and a rather silly format of emails and post-it notes.

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  • New Age storytelling

    A classic whodunnit packaged in an innovative format in the form of emails and chats. It does away with the usual paraphernalia of setting a scene or characters and dives right into the heart of the matter. I quite enjoyed creating a personality for each character from their emails and texts. And the reader is as much part of the investigative team as the two student lawyers who are tasked with deciphering the culprit. We are discovering information together so it actually allows you to try and form your own opinion of what happened as you read. Definitely recommend!

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