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    Not my favorite read

    This book came up as Seven Days in July and not After the Accident as listed. I love Kerry Wilkinson books but this book disappointed me. I did not care for the format it was written in as it read like the script of a dysfunctional family with a he-said she-said dialogue. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    after the Accident

    Enjoyed very much and was surprise to see it was a real case
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    Riveting!

    This psychological thriller by Kerry Wilkinson features two families, the McGinleys and the Dorseys who have descended on the beautiful Greek Island of Galanikos for a holiday. As they are enjoying their break, any peace and tranquility that might have existed is destroyed when Emma McGinley's father, Geoffrey, is found unconscious on the sand. The narrative is unusual - a group of people who are various members of the two families, tell their version of events, interview style. I loved how the story was constructed and I was suspicious of each character, not trusting what any of them had to say. Interestingly, Geoffrey's former business partner, Alan fell (was pushed) from a cliff on the same island and died, nine years earlier. Kerry Wilkinson displayed remarkable character development skills whether or not you loved or loathed the characters. Selfishness, family politics, greed, revenge, and underhand tactics by various family members all resulted in my desperation to whip through the pages of After The Accident faster and faster. With everyone potentially a suspect, there was no evidence to show what really happened, leaving me guessing until the very end. Don't miss out on this humdinger of a novel! I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel at my request from Bookouture via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion. *(Previously titled Seven Days in July)*
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    Well written

    Very well written. Could not put it down. I believe Emma
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    Family Drama!

    It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Churchill said that about Russia but it refers perfectly to After the Accident by Kerry Wilkinson. The unusual, inventive format reads like non-fiction and has not one point of view but purports to be based on many interviews with people who were on a remote Mediterranean island when crimes may or may not have happened. Wealthy businessman Geoffrey McGinley has brought his entire family and others to Galanikos for the first time in nine years. During the last visit, his business partner Alan fell to his death from a cliff. This time, it is Geoff who falls but survives. What really happened and why? Emma, his daughter with a tragic past, is the most frequent narrator and this becomes her story. Her words are compelling yet unreliable. Her brother Julius contradicts her, as do his young twin daughters. Geoff tells a different story, as does his business partner Daniel and his family. Adding to the mystery surrounding the fall are several local residents and a film crew making a documentary about Alan’s fall. Does this sound confusing? It is? It is also totally captivating. The plot twists and turns is so many ways that it is impossible to guess the ending… and then what happens in the next chapter. You will not be able to stop reading! 5 stars. Thanks to NetGalley, Bookouture and Kerry Wilkinson for this ARC.
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