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    Chilling

    Well this is full of twists from start to finish! After an evening out celebrating a friends birthday Jenna finds herself going to the aid of a woman who has been stabbed, after visiting her at the hospital the following day the woman gets hysterical and suddenly Jenna finds herself accused of the attack. Jenna does not know the woman and cannot understand what is happening, when the situation escalates she finds herself risking losing everything. This is very easy to read, pacy and really focuses on the main characters without distraction. It’s easy to keep track of the storyline yet it still grips you and leaves you wondering what is really going in and why.
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    Good Read!

    This one was a good read. A woman, Jenna, decides to take a shortcut through the park one night and ends up finding a woman who just been stabbed. She calls an ambulance and does everything she can to save her life. The next day she visits her in the hospital, relieved that she pulled through. But instead of greeting her with thanks, the woman accuses her of being the perpetrator. At first, Jenna assumes the woman is simply confused because of the injury and blood loss, but as the her accusation lingers and more unlikely evidence against her shows up, Jenna realizes she is in serious trouble. But why in the world is the finger pointed at her? It's an intriguing plot that pulls you in, as there must be more here than meets the eye. Her husband seems to withdraw from her just when she needs his support the most, and her teenage daughter, Lily, defies Jenna at every opportunity. Are they just processing their emotions differently, or does Jenna need to look closer to home to understand the accusation? I enjoyed how this one played out, nothing contrived or cliche about it. A satisfying conclusion to a great whodunit!.
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    a tale of twists and turns

    The Accusation is a tale of twists and turns. Jenna stops to help a stabbing victim in the park and ends up being accused of being the culprit. So much for being a concerned citizen only trying to help. You cross your fingers and hope that Jenna can figure this out before she is locked away in prison. Then the secrets start to submerge. Little by little. Some nice characters , some to hiss at it. The pages will turn quickly and you will be at the end before you know it. An entertaining read, I always enjoy Victoria Jenkins books and this is no exception. Thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for a great read.
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    Will Keep You Engaged!

    A truly original psychological thriller! Jenna tries to help a woman in distress only to be charged with trying to hurt her. Everyone here has secrets - we just don't know how deep until the end. There are many false leads and red herrings which keep your brain engaged all the way through. Fast paced and tensely written.
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    Delightfully Absorbing

    The Accusation by Victoria Jenkins is another fast-paced, brilliant tale from an author whose novels have become must-reads for me. It is a seriously twisted domestic drama that starts explosively and continues with a frenetic pace. One night, Jenna Morgan is walking through her local park and hears cries for help. Going to the woman's aid without any hesitation she finds that the victim has been stabbed and waits for the emergency services to arrive. Assuming that her involvement in the terrible incident is over, Jenna returns to her own life. But then the victim wakes up... and accuses Jenna of attacking her. What then follows is an account of events as Jenna tries to work out why she is being accused of a crime she had no part in, by a complete stranger. Having thoroughly enjoyed Victoria Jenkins’ other psychological thrillers, The Divorce and The Argument, I was ecstatic to learn that she was releasing another book this year. The Accusation is an intriguing read and packed with family drama in every sense. It was a fantastic story that had me guessing all the way through. I loved the author's easy style of writing and the characters were all believable, well rounded, and perfectly credible, though not all likeable. Unreliable narrator Jenna was perfectly portrayed by Victoria Jenkins, and it was abundantly clear that she was a person with a closet full of secrets. The victim, Charlotte Copeland induced a great deal of curiosity and Jenna's husband, Damien was downright obnoxious making him difficult to connect with, but all had great parts to play. The Accusation was an edge-of-your-seat thriller, that had me in its clutches until I reached the startling reveal. I initially believed the Morgan's were a fairly commonplace family. Yet, unwittingly, the conceptions I had formed about them shifted until I threw all of my assumptions out of the window. The plot itself is well-crafted, intense, gripping and very compelling. As the story progresses and the tension builds, it certainly made me question the characters' motives. This multilayered mystery all comes together in the surprising, shocking and thrilling denouement. The Accusation is a must-read that sits very well in the psychological thriller genre. An absolute delight, it is very highly recommended. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Bookouture via NetGalley and this review is my unbiased opinion.
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