Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson

Looking for a thriller writer that is on par with Harlan Coben and Tess Gerritsen? Then look no further. Peter Swanson, with three novels to date, writes fast-paced psychological thrillers. To date each book, with its stand-alone characters, has twists and turns that keep you guessing to the end.

In Her Every Fear, Englishwoman Kate Priddy, after a near-death experience, makes the bold decision to leave her home and family and swaps apartments with her Boston based cousin, Corbin. Soon after arriving, a young woman in the next-door apartment is found murdered. Kate is drawn into the ensuring investigation as she encounters a neighbour and a friend of the victim who both suggest Cousin Corbin is the killer. Then strange things start happening in her apartment.

Told from multiple points of view, the reader slowly puts together the pieces of this thriller puzzle. I am looking forward to Peter Swanson’s next thriller.

Posted by Miss Moneypenny

Catalogue link: Her Every Fear

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