Tuesday 17 October 2017

Bad Sister
Sam Carrington

Guest review
Julie Williams

Avon – kindle 05/10/17 PB 14/12/17

This is the second book written by Sam Carrington and equally enjoyable. This psychological thriller has many twists right up to the end that kept me alert and eager to discover the link between Psychologist Connie Summers, the body of an ex criminal and her client Stephanie.

Unscrambling family secrets whilst helping investigating officer D I Lindsay Wade, brings both fear and pain into her life and it is this that gives Connie the understanding of just how difficult life is for Stephanie and her son while in witness protection. 

I particularly enjoyed the developing relationship between Connie and Lindsay and the bond they both shared by the end of the book. 

This novel has a good plot which covers lies, fear, blackmail and coincidences amongst others that make for an interesting and intense read.

My thanks to NetGalley for the ARC this is my own opinion.

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