Chillingly realistic thriller
My rating: 5 out of 5
This is an exciting psychological thriller set in London in the current time.
Zoe Walker sees, what she thinks, is her ow photo in a local newspaper “adult services” advert. Despite friends and family telling her that she is mistaken she worries, and that worry turns to fear when she discovers that other women, whose photos have similarly appeared in the paper, have become victims of crime.
With few main characters this thriller varies between the perspective of Zoe Walker and Kelly Swift of the police force. There are lots of twists and the excitement last right up to the last moment.
Definitely a 5* rating from me as the story felt chillingly plausible, and I was right there with Zoe and her fears, and behind Kelly of the police force all the way. Loved it!
See also my review of Clare Mackintosh’s I Let You Go