Tuesday, March 17, 2015
The reason why I chose to save this book and why I must have felt compelled to bring it is because it's a thriller. There's a mystery at the heart of it and those are the kinds of stories I usually get engrossed in quickly. And I did get into the book pretty well. It has a really interesting premise...Dana was the last person to see her friend alive, but she doesn't remember the details. Her friend was murdered and she's obviously a suspect since she was the last person to see her. And since she has trouble remembering what happened, she has all this suspect behavior to account for.
The book is fairly quick paced and probes questions about criminal investigations and the mentally ill. I read it one sitting, obviously, because I was on the plane. There are some surprises, but I don't remember feeling genuinely shocked by anything that happened in the book. Even so, it was a good read, a worthy one, and definitely one for anyone who likes thrillers with unique premises!
There's also an interesting cat and an unlikely romance!
I received a copy for review from the publisher.
Posted by Amy at 10:52 PM
The Pocket Wife by Susan Crawford