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  • His & Hers

    His & Hers is the latest thriller from Alice Feeney. Five stars just doesn't seem like enough! Ms Feeney keeps the reader guessing from the very beginning to the very end. I kept going back and forth in my mind who was guilty. When you think you know.......the story changes. Excellent read.

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  • Mine

    What a page turner. It keeps you guessing until the very last moment. I was convinced I knew the true murderer so often,but soon discovered that I was wrong. The best read in a long time.

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  • Very good 👍

    Very good read. Suspenseful until the end. Highly recommend.

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  • Captivating Twisted Thriller

    His & Hers Review Author: Alice Feeney Genre: Thriller Pages: 304 His & Hers Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Description: Jack is a detective in Blackdown Village investigating a murder. His ex-wife, Anna, is a journalist using this story to stay relevant after receiving a demotion. What I liked: 👍I loved the dual perspectives of Jack and Anna. There is a mysterious third person who is the killer who also narrates throughout the book. 👍I really liked the character of Jack. I felt like Alice Feeney did a good job developing his character and it felt authentic. 👍The ending - this was a very twisty ending! I guessed multiple people, changed my mind frequently, and did not guess the ultimate final ending. I love it when a thriller can surprise me. What I didn't like: 👎This book took a while to get going. Then, it was quite a captivating page-turner. 👎There is something about the way that Alice Feeney writes that makes me not care for her female leads. This is the second book I've read of hers and had a similar reaction. Anna is a rather wretched person - there is some backstory there that explains it. 👎This book has some surprising animal cruelty that made my stomach drop to the floor when an animal was introduced. This is a big trigger for me and I had no idea that this book would have it. I think the book could have been just as effective a thriller without this depiction. 🚧This book does have an infant death, animal cruelty, sexual assault, forced drugging/alcohol, bullying, as well as murder. Feel free to message me for more information on any of these triggers.🚧

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  • Excellent Thriller

    Synopsis: Anna Andrews is a tv newscaster with the BBC. She grew up in Blackdown, a small village outside of London, and has worked hard climbing the corporate ladder. When she goes back to Blackdown to cover a murder, she discovers that the victim is one of her friends from when she was a teenager. DCI Jack Harper is Anna’s ex-husband and moved back to Blackdown from London when they separated. He is working the murder but soon realizes that it appears that someone is setting him up as the killer. Soon more of Anna’s friends from the past begin showing up dead. There are so many lies and so many secrets and we find out the truth through alternating points of view from Anna and Jack. My Thoughts: This is the first Alice Feeney book I have read and I am impressed. The writing style was easy to read and the story engaging. I have been reducing the number of thrillers I read simply because so many are cookie cutter and I can guess the killer 25% of the way into the story. This book was certainly different and it kept me guessing until the last four pages as to the killer’s identity. I will definitely be checking out more of this author’s work. I listened to this on audiobook, the narrators being Richard Armitage and Stephanie Racine and they were excellent. Thank you to Macmillan Audio and Netgalley for a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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