Monday 22 June 2020

Book Review | She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge | prettylittlewriter

Today I'm sharing a little review of another great British novel, She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge.
I bought this book from my local Tesco after reading the synopsis you can see in the picture below; it was so incredibly intriguing and I like a book that focuses on the detective as the main character, especially when the writer creates a character with a mysterious background that you just cannot wait to discover.
One of the things I loved about this book is how after every chapter with DCI Sheens, you had a chapter with Aurora; slowly telling you the story of what happened to her out in those woods thirty years ago.

After each chapter with her, you start believing you've figured out who killed her, and then there's another spanner thrown in that completely turns you the other way.

Gytha has created a novel with such incredible suspense you never want to put it down. I think I read it in two days, or rather, two evenings (working 9-5 during the day).

I won't give you any further details on it, as I really think you have to read this for yourself and get stuck in. 

Overall I really enjoyed this book.

3.5/5 stars

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