A dark psychological thriller…..
“From behind the locked door of her home, Sarah broadcasts her popular podcast. When she starts to seek the truth about the murder of a teenage girl 12 years earlier, she soon finds herself the centre of unwanted attention.
While trying to manage her agoraphobia, as well as the online trolls and her family life, Sarah begins to uncover some uncomfortable facts relating to the cold case.
As she edges closer to accusing someone of the murder, the online threats soon become physical and as the outside world draws closer and closer to her front door threatening her home, her family and her life, Sarah must decide between fight or flight…”
The story is told from Sarah’s point of view as she works from home running a podcast due to her agoraphobia. Her podcast is investigating the murder of a girl years before where she uncovers all sorts of ideas and information, getting herself into trouble and dealing with the online trolls.
You get to know a few characters in the book, none of which are particularly likeable, although I did love the cat – not so much the name for the cat….Lil’Bitch!
The story is well written and allows you to go through the feeling that Sarah experiences which really adds value.
I found it slightly challenging to get in to at first (hence 4 stars) but did enjoy the story, and was particularly gripped to the second half of the book where there are some big twists that I very unexpected……the final chapter is also mind-blowing! I did have slight suspicions but didn’t for a second thing I might be right!
Overall a good, enjoyable gripping read!
Thanks to NetGalley and Bloodhound Books for kindly providing a copy of this book in return for an honest review.