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    A 4.5 star absolute thriller!

    If you’re looking for a Thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, this book is for you. As the title implies, it is told from two points of view - His being Detective Chief Inspector Jack Harper, and Hers being his ex-wife Anna Andrews a TV journalist. The story is also told from a Then and Now time frames. Jack and Anna are each investigating the murder of a woman in a muddy, forested location in Blackdown - a town in which both grew up in. The town is a quiet one and one not familiar with murder cases. The woman murdered is known to both Jack and Anna. Anna was befriended by Rachel in school, while Jack has very recently had a sexual relationship with her - a piece of information he isn’t about to disclose to anyone. As the investigation progresses, both Anna and Jack begin to experience unusual events in their day to day lives. Anna sees things appearing in her bedroom that weren’t there when she went to sleep. Jack notices mud on his boots in his car which had been clean. In flashes from the past, Anna’s life as a teenager in a new school is slowly revealed. The result is a twisty, tale of horror which has the reader unable to decipher what, if anything, is the truth. This book is absolutely engaging and I could not put it down. As with many thrillers, the plot kept me guessing whodunnit, but as each chapter unfolded the list of suspects only increased. The book flowed well, and the climax and conclusion were satisfying. I did, however, find the addition of animal cruelty in the book to be unnecessary, and unpleasant. I listened to the audiobook edition of the book, and the narrators, Richard Armitage and Stephanie Racine give stellar performances. In my opinion, the voices of the narrators added a personal element to this story and made the characters more relatable. Their speech was articulate and pleasant to listen to. The addition of the voice modulator increased the creepy factor ten-fold and was an excellent addition to this book. I highly recommend this audiobook for those readers who love a great thriller. Thanks to Netgalley and Macmillan audio for the ALC of this audiobook in exchange for the honest review provided here.
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    Twists & Turns

    Well, that was fun! I do love a twisty, turny psychological thriller, and this one definitely did not disappoint. Don't want to say too much and spoil things, but secrets and connections are hinted at and then slowly revealed. Surprises pop up. The audiobook is so well narrated, including not just the "his & hers" narrators, but a third with a distorted, slightly disconcerting voice. You're kept guessing all through the book, and just when you think you've figured it out, nope. Wrong again. Now I'm excited to read Alice Feeney's first two books, which have been on my radar but I haven't gotten to them yet. They've definitely jumped up the list now. My thanks to Netgalley and Macmillan Audio for providing a digital copy for an unbiased review.
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