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    Excellent and engaging read!

    Before She Falls by Dylan Young Set in England and the third in the Anna Gwynn’s series, Before She Falls is a crime drama/suspense story. It begins with the suicide of Kimberley Williams. She’d been receiving anonymous notes relaying to her that her secrets will be revealed. Others are receiving messages too. Kimberley has the mark of a sadistic internet “game” on her forehead. This game is called the Black Squid and targets, young, vulnerable, and depressed teens. It lures them into performing “tasks” that will eventually cause them to commit suicide. It uses their own insecurities and feelings of being isolated against them. DI Anna Gwynn’s and her team are assigned the case and trying desperately to solve the crime before other teens fall prey to the online game. Incarcerated killer Hector Shaw comes into play as his 13 year old daughter was killed playing this horrid Black Squid game. He agrees to trade information, but only with Anna. Whilst taking her to the site of one of his buried victims, another is found and is surprising to even Shaw. The bodies are found near Reygrove Psychiatric Hospital, which becomes significant later in the story. There are many interesting backstories and characters in this book as well. The unhealthy dynamic relationship between Anna and her mother are also in the forefront. It is wrought with animosity. There is also Anna , who is a self proclaimed “ high functioning introvert.” Supporting characters add the dynamics of the story as well. This book started off a bit slow for me but son I was captivated and found that read it in one sitting. It was enthralling, I’ve never read anything by Dylan Young but look forward to reading the first two books in the series and anymore that are published. This was a fascinating read with many twists and turns you will be able to figure out. It is also set up nicely for a sequel. IG give this book 5 stars. This book was given to me by the publisher via Netgalley. all thoughts and opinions are my own. This review, or portions thereof, with be posted (where able) to Amazon, B&N, IG, Pinterest, FB, Litsy, Goodreads, and my own blog. Unfortunately I am unable to provide all links at this time as I am using my phone.

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