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    A psychological thriller with a fabulous ending.

    This psychological thriller is unlike one I've read before, partly due to the unreliable and hugely crazy narrator. The book is set over a 24-hour period, and follows characters Paul and Mia. Paul simply wants to take his wife away for a romantic weekend together, the Best Day Ever. But things don't quite go to plan, and it all comes to a head between the loved-up couple. If you're a fan of thrillers, this one will keep you on your toes right until the end. Definitely for anyone who loves a psychological thriller! I'll be reading more of Kaira Rouda in the future.
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    A disturbing but strangely compelling read!

    The book is told from the perspective of Paul Strom who you quickly discover is a thoroughly vile and loathsome character who is so full of his own self-importance that you just want to jump in the book and wring his neck whilst giving him a good slap!!!! I don't think I have ever disliked a character as much as Paul Strom .... I was desperate to see if/when he got what he deserved. The book is not what I would call action filled but it is a slow burner and, I feel, this was deliberately done by the author to create tension and a sense of "something's going to happen here" and although it's not a massive surprise when it does, it is rather satisfying. Overall, a pretty good book from an author I will keep my eyes open for in the future. Thank you to the publisher, HQ, via NetGalley for my copy in return for an honest review.
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