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    Fabulous!

    Mason Cross writes a hugely engrossing and entertaining, gripping thriller of ruthlessness, lies, mystery, and menace. In this standalone story, Jenny Bowen is on her way home, choosing to travel by train. After boarding the Caledonian sleeper train in London, she works her way through the train carriages to get to her compartment. She assists a harassed and dishevelled woman travelling with a young girl, presumably mother and daughter, as she passes. Waking up very early the next day, Jenny sees their door ajar, only to find the woman dead... Sergeant Mike Fletcher and DI Greg Porter attend the incident, and Porter sees it as a straightforward death, intending to close down any investigation as quickly as possible. But when Jenny asks about the little girl, the Transport Police don't believe her, so she tells herself that everyone else is right: she must have imagined the little girl. But Jenny knows that her mind wasn't playing tricks with her... An IT expert, Jenny starts looking for evidence of a missing girl that resembles the one she believes she saw. For his part, Mike is unwilling to automatically discount Jenny's version of events, so they team up in an attempt to find the missing child. The novel alternates between Jenny and DS Mike Fletcher's viewpoints, and Mike is the only official to take Jenny seriously. This approach works well offering the reader a wider view and alternative takes on events. Jenny is a well fleshed out, beautifully written, multi-dimensional character who really enhanced the story for me with her tenacity and determination. The plot is exciting and brimming with action so I couldn’t stop turning the pages. What She Saw Last Night is a compelling and cracking story that brought no disappointments and everything was beautifully finished in the fabulous and satisfying denouement. I would love to read more from this gifted story-teller and I am delighted to recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from Orion via NetGalley at my request and this review is my own unbiased opinion.
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    Leuk, maar....

    De boeken die Cross schrijft onder de naam Mason Cross vind ik leuker...
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