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Ella, a thirty-five year old nurse, believes she has a good life: no money worries, a job she enjoys, a gorgeous apartment and an undemanding boyfriend…until one fateful evening when everything changes. A young woman is found raped and strangled near Ella’s home. The latest victim in a serial killer’s rampage across Surrey. Ella’s boyfriend Michael, a police constable on tElla, a thirty-five year old nurse, believes she has a good life: no money worries, a job she enjoys, a gorgeous apartment and an undemanding boyfriend…until one fateful evening when everything changes. A young woman is found raped and strangled near Ella’s home. The latest victim in a serial killer’s rampage across Surrey. Ella’s boyfriend Michael, a police constable on the team conducting the investigations of the crime, pleads with Ella to be vigilant at all times…the killer is bound to strike again. When a handsome, enigmatic stranger rents the empty apartment above Ella, the brutal death toll rises…but against her better judgement, Ella doesn’t listen to her boyfriend’s warnings about strangers until it is far too late… She is convinced that there must be a connection between the murdered women, and for some reason it is all linked to the Green Room… ...

Title : The Green Room (Dark Minds #3)
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The Green Room (Dark Minds #3) Reviews

  • Maxine (Booklover Catlady)
    2018-11-18 08:56

    I am so glad that I read this book, it was an absolutely awesome read that kept me interested from the word go. Not a single boring moment between the pages, Faith Mortimer has written a psychological thriller that will keep you intrigued and on the edge of your seat. You will be dying to know the final outcome. With a strong plot and characters, this book is up there with the best psychological thrillers I have ever read. Quite simply there was nothing not to like and I read this book really quickly without many breaks, eager to get to the next bit, and the next bit, and the next bit...Ella, a thirty-five year old nurse, believes she has a good life: no money worries, a job she enjoys, a gorgeous apartment and an undemanding boyfriend…until one fateful evening when everything changes. A young woman is found raped and strangled near Ella’s home. The latest victim in a serial killer’s rampage across Surrey. Ella’s boyfriend Michael, a police constable on the team conducting the investigations of the crime, pleads with Ella to be vigilant at all times…the killer is bound to strike again. When a handsome, enigmatic stranger rents the empty apartment above Ella, the brutal death toll rises…but against her better judgement, Ella doesn’t listen to her boyfriend’s warnings about strangers until it is far too late… She is convinced that there must be a connection between the murdered women, and for some reason it is all linked to the Green Room…I really liked Ella as a character, she comes across as a mix of naive, smart and intelligent and really could be a lot of women we know.. Ella makes a series of connections and choices that will change her life forever. Strong-willed at times, simply acting brazen and somewhat stupid at other times, she does the book justice and fits in the storyline very well. I could see this book being a TV mini-series and being very popular. The characters are very well done, the plot is intriguing and there are enough twists and turns to keep you highly entertained during the course of this really well written novel. I have not read anything by Faith before but I will happily be reading her other books and anything else she pens. This book takes "stranger danger" to a whole new level and you will no doubt be cruising along thinking you have it all worked out, or do you? Can you be sure? Are you a good armchair Detective? Never mind if you are not, just relax and enjoy the ride, all will be revealed. I personally did guess the outcome of this book but surprisingly it did not ruin my enjoyment of it at all. This was a great read, highly recommended to the fan of psychological thrillers everywhere. An author to watch and this one gains 5 stars from me. Brilliant book! For more reviews, books to win and author spotlights: can follow me on Twitter: thanks to Faith Mortimer for sharing a copy of her book with me in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  • Joseph - Relax And Read Reviews
    2018-11-19 08:41

    'The Green Room' is the third book in the 'Dark Minds' series by Faith Mortimer. It is a totally stand-alone thriller and so the books may be read in any order.​The elusive 'Surrey Punisher' has just claimed his fifth victim. Another beautiful, dark-haired actress is brutally raped and murdered. Ella, a nurse, is shocked by this dreadful news. The murder took place just a short distance away from her home. Michael, her ex boyfriend and a police constable warns her not to go out venturing in the dark alone. The police has no clues but is certain that the Punisher is bound to strike again soon.When more actresses are found murdered in the vicinity, Ella is unable to trust anyone. She's suspicious of the men she knows and begins her own mini-enquiry. Who is in reality the attractive, polite but mysterious and rather odd behaving new neighbour, Tim? The author skilfully unfurls the mystery little by little, adding little snippets here and there from the killer's point of view. On several occasions I thought I've guessed who the killer was but each time the author found ways of making me rethink my conclusion. The blood-curdling ending is that of horror books and made me hold my breath and is surely not for the faint-hearted. I liked the way in which the author puts all the puzzle pieces in their place at the end. Who is the Surrey Punisher? I just wished there was more depth to the characters. I felt they were left a bit flat. However, having said that, with a number of possible suspects, chapters ending in cliffhangers and twists and turns throughout, this is a chilling and tense psychological thriller that kept my interest high till the end.With thanks to the author for sending me an ARC of this book in exchange of an honest review.

  • Sarah
    2018-11-27 07:43

    The Green Room is the third novel in the authors Dark Minds series. All three books can be read as stand alone’s and do not need to be read in any order.As with all Faith’s books, as soon as I pick one up I know I won’t be able to put it down until I have finished it. The Green Room after an extremely sinister and disturbing opening chapter was certainly no different.Ella has just started her two week leave from work and is hoping to get on with decorating her flat. In a way I quite envied Ella’s life, she’s a nurse, she has been given a spacious flat with great views by her parents (though it is in the same building that her parents live in also), she has a policeman for a boyfriend, a work colleague that has the hots for her and a nice but intriguing new guy has just rented the flat opposite to her. Unfortunately for Ella though, Michael the policeman just doesn’t ignite anything in her and after a row she decides to call time on their relationship. Liam her work colleague is nice but doesn’t do it for her either. Tim the new tenant though certainly sparks her interest. Only problem for Ella is though, with the ‘Surrey Punisher’ very much at large in the area she doesn’t know who she can trust.The Green Room is certainly a dark and thrilling read. Faith certainly likes to play with the readers mind through out the novel. Just as we think we are getting closer to finding out who the murderer is, she throws a little twist in so we are back to square one again wondering who it could be.The Dark Minds series is the perfect read for any true psychcological thriller fans.Many thanks to the author for an Advanced Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Babus Ahmed
    2018-11-26 08:04

    Ella Mallory a young theatre nurse who lives in Guilford, she is shocked and appalled by the recent local rape and murders of a number of women. However, her boyfriend Michael, who is a police constable leads her to see some links between the women and subsequently she suspects Liam, a colleague she works with and then mysterious new tenant, Tim as possible culprits. But what Ella doesn't know is she is in grave danger...I enjoyed reading this crime/suspense/mystery thriller, but I did not find a convincing psychological aspect to the story and as such it lacked that sharp sense of fear and anticipation I associate with a good psychological thriller. I found myself urging Ella to stop at various times during the book as she seemed to make the most awful judgments in terms of the men in her life. I did predict the ending but the climactic end to the book was exciting to read in this fact paced crime thriller.

  • Jackie Roche
    2018-11-29 01:50

    Faith Mortimer has done it again! Just when I thought she couldn't get any better, she surpassed herself.I loved every word of this. I started reading at 9am and finished at 9.20 pm. I just devoured it.I love the way Faith has put in clues that make you wonder if they are clues or red herrings. There are plenty of both. This is a book when you keep thinking you know who the killer is, but then a new twist shows up and your original theory is obsolete.I felt as if I was really involved with the characters, especially Ella. They were described in such a way that I cared about what happened to them.If you're after a great psychological thriller with a touch of romance thrown in, don't delay. Download this immediately.

  • Angela
    2018-12-02 09:34

    Another great mystery from Faith . Well written and enjoyable . Look out for certain names through the book. 5 stars from me . I received a Arc copy of this book courtesy of The Book Club and Faith Mortimer

  • Cathy Speight
    2018-12-15 08:52

    The psychological thriller genre is probably my favourite. That, combined with one of my favourite authors and I’m in reading heaven. This was undoubtedly another winner in Faith’s ‘Dark Minds’ novels. In this third book of the series, a serial killer is sweeping Surrey, raping and strangling his victims. Ella, a competent nurse, has a policeman boyfriend, who, with inside knowledge of the case, instructs her to stay safe at all times. She believes she is perfectly safe; she lives in an apartment in a block owned and lived in by her parents and the tenant of one in particular is rather mysterious, but…very appealing...and as eager as her boyfriend to ensure her safety. The killer, however, cunningly manages to continue to evade the police, and with the information Ella’s boyfriend leaks to her confidentially, the finger seems to be pointing to one person. But she doesn’t find out until too late how far off the mark she is.Had I been reading an actual book, I would have created a gale from the speed I was turning the pages. Every time, I thought I’d figured out who the killer was, I bumped into another red herring, resulting in another metaphoric breeze-making page-turning session. Not to mention when I finally—correctly, at last—realised who it was: it was a positive hurricane.What I also liked about this novel was Faith’s commitment to the murder plot. Ella’s romantic…let’s call it ‘predicament’…takes a back seat to ensure this very definitely isn’t a romantic suspense story. The ending I thought…without giving too much away…was rather sophisticated. Who knows, we could well be seeing Ella again.Another golden string to this author’s bow.

  • Book Monitor
    2018-11-16 01:58

    Ella is a nurse in Guildford, where there is a serial rapist murderer, known as the Surrey Punisher, on the loose. We the readers are introduced to a number of characters who we start to wonder about- they all seem to be possible suspects. There are several men in her life who all have some potential connection to or possible reason to be the murderer. I did enjoy this tale although I am not sure it is a psychological thriller as such as although the story builds to a denouement it doesn't have the twists and turns or the sheer fear factor of others. Having said that it was a really gripping read. I wanted to know what happened next. I hadn't realised this was part of a series and it really didn't matter. There were enough red herrings to keep me interested and even though I guessed who the bad guy was it was still a good read. The story telling was well paced and the descriptions allowed me to see the places, the people and the relationships between them.I will be looking for other books by this author.Thanks to TBC for a free copy of this book for an honest review.

  • Kelly (purplebookstand)
    2018-11-28 07:56

    First let me tell you that this can be read as a standalone, I haven't read the others in the series. Ella is a 35 year old nurse and believes she has a great life. When a young actress is found raped and murdered near Ella's home and it seems that a serial killer is on the loose...and so begins the twists and turns of The Green Room. Although this story didn't 'mess with my head' like a lot of psychological thrillers, I thoroughly enjoyed The Green Room and I couldn't put it down. The way that Faith wrote the book, created fantastic imagery in my mind, and I could totally picture how things would appear, from Ella's flat to the green room, that for me is the sign of a great author. All in all, it's a great plot, great characters, amazing book. I would completely recommend this book to others. Many thanks to TBC and Faith Mortimer for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Janet
    2018-11-25 05:38

    Thank you to the author Faith Mortimer and The Book Club (TBC) for the opportunity to read this book in return for a fair and honest review.The story starts with Ella, a 35 year old nurse and her Policeman boyfriend Michael. Ella lives in an apartment situated in a large house converted by her parents. A new neighbour Tim moves in across the hallway and Ella is smitten. A spate of horrific murders in the area spur Michael to tell Ella to be careful, especially regarding the newcomer Tim....nobody really knows much about him but he did arrive as the murders started happening and despite Ella knowing so little about him she can't seem to help falling for him.Things take a dramatic turn when another young woman's body is found and doubts about Tim creep in....could he really be the killer? A fast paced book which keeps you wondering if Ella has made the right choices and will she escape the killers hands

  • Kath Middleton
    2018-11-23 05:58

    Ella Mallory breaks up with Michael, her policeman boyfriend of two years, to her mother's disappointment. Mum wanted a wedding and grandchildren. Ella's work colleague Liam, a bit of a ladies' man, keeps trying it on with her but she isn't interested. The flat opposite Ella's is taken on a short let by an attractive man with an air of mystery. In the Guilford area, young women with a connection to the theatre are being found brutally raped and murdered. Ella feels vulnerable and doesn't know who she can trust.This is a lively psychological thriller in which several people appear to have a motive for murder. Ella variously trusts then mistrusts the men in her life and it's made worse by the fact that they definitely mistrust one another. Although I guessed the villain by the end, I enjoyed the story with its highs and lows for Ella. A good twisted tale which had me suspecting even the innocent! A jolly good story.

  • Leona
    2018-12-08 02:36

    I downloaded this book to my kindle without realising it's the third book in the 'Dark mind' series by Faith Mortimer. However upon reading this book I realised it can be read as a stand alone. The Green Room is a dark, psychological thriller. There's a serial killer on the rampage in the Surrey area who is claiming actresses as their victim. The police are focusing all their time and energy into finding the killer. Wow this book was absolutely brilliant. I can't believe this is my first book I've read by Ms Mortimer. I've since downloaded the others in the series, so impressed was I by this one.What a rollercoaster of a book. From the beginning I knew it was going to be a page turner. I suspected practically everyone of being the killer. This book sucked you in right until the very end. A massive five stars from me.

  • Sarah
    2018-11-20 04:58

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Five women have been killed in quick succession by a murderer known as the Surrey Punisher. Ella is beginning to worry. Her boyfriend Michael is a police officer and warns her to be careful, particularly with her new neighbour who he believes could be the killer.Ella becomes suspicious of not only Tim, her new neighbour but also several other men in her life. She finds herself becoming distrustful of everyone around her.This is a really enjoyable, fast moving story with plenty of clues and red herrings along the way. I haven't read any of Faith Mortimer's books before so will be looking out for them now. My only criticism would be I would have liked a slightly longer story.

  • Sharon
    2018-12-08 02:44

    this is the first Faith Mortimer book I have read and I received an ARC in return for an honest review.Ella has become disengaged with her boyfriend Michael and decides to end the relationship just as a new tenant moves into the flat next door and a series of brutal murders takes place too close to home.with 2 strong suspects identified from the start your heart is in your mouth as Ella's relationship with them both becomes more entangled - while i did work out who was responsible before the end this was a strong psychological thriller leaving the reader racing through to the end hoping that no more victims will fall to the Surrey Punished.An enjoyable fast paced read for me

  • Sean Talbot
    2018-11-29 08:56

    this is my first book by this author and I wasn't disappointed. it was a book that was about a serial killer who targets actresses.tim was very mysterious and showed a lot of growth and it wasn't till the end you really found out about him. Ella is a nurse who seems to be embroiled in all aspects of the case. she is a helpful person who believes in the goodness of all.this book dealt with thr psychiatric style of writing and was intriguing from that standpoint. it also has a lot to do with relationships or lack of them.what a wonderful novel and this author is one I would read again

  • Beadyjan
    2018-11-27 06:04

    The Green room is a stand alone thriller in the Dark Minds series by Faith Mortimer.I found it to be a fast paced, easy to follow murder mystery which I galloped through in a couple of sittings. I just kept turning those pages to find out what was going to happen to our main protagonist Ella.The book begins with a gruesome and violent murder - of a victim with my name! This wasn't coincidence, I "won" the chance to have my name in print by this author and I was very excited and pleased to have a character named after me. I was however rather surprised how terribly uneasy it made me feel when reading it! This added to the eerie sense of prickling at the back of my neck, though and got me in that spooked frame of mind which is the best way to feel when you're reading a thriller.There is a serial killer on the loose in and around Guildford and the victims are all dark haired young actresses, connected with the theatre and in particular the Green Room theatre bar.35 year old Ella is a hard working nurse, the only theatre she works in is an operating theatre so she'll be safe from this brutal serial murderer - or will she? Her boyfriend is a policeman too so she's doubly more likely to avoid becoming a victim. But things start to happen around her which have her wondering if the killer may be closer to home than she would like. A handsome but mysterious man moves into the flat next door, a work colleague is behaving strangely, her parents seem absent more than usual and her love life is on the rocks. Poor Ella, surely things can't get much worse for her? ....Whta follows is the chance to watch Ella's life spiralling out of control, to think "no, no, don't go there" and to feel relieved and a touch smug that it's not actually happening to you. Ella no longer knows who she can really trust any more and thats the scariest part for her.The author cleverly plants lots of red herrings to throw the reader off the track and onto the wrong one and back again.It's a very tense and creepy book. It's more of a who-dunnit than a psychological thriller to be honest and I really didn't feel I'd got inside the mind and motivation of the killer, once their identity is fully revealed. But it's a hugely entertaining read, very fast paced and gripping and a must read for anyone who enjoys a jolly good scare and loves reading about murder and mayhem.I was provided with a free copy to read and review, and my thanks go to the author.

  • Kagsy Wagsy
    2018-11-29 07:00

    Wow from the very first page. No spoilers but I did guess Whodunnit, by a process of elimination. The author expertly weaves suspects and the clues this book take you on a twisting journey of suspense. A serial killer 'The Surrey Punisher' is stalking the theatre world. All the victims are dark haired actresses. The police don't seem to have any idea who is killing the women and the killer leaves little or no evidence. How many more victims will there be until the murderer makes a mistake? Ella a nurse has a casual boyfriend, Michael a policeman, who seems as unwilling to commit to anything more in their relationship and doesn't appear to have any motivation in his job either. This suits Ella to a degree as she's content with things as they are. But one night, shortly after a new tenant moves into the flat next to Ella, Michael loses his temper and grabs Ella violently, prompting her to end the relationship. Still wanting to remain friends they keep in contact, but the focus of Michael's interest seems to be Tim, her new neighbour. Tim is also causing suspicion with his oddly timed comings and goings and no one seems to know anything about him, his story doesn't add up. With Michael, and Ellas parents both warning Ella to be careful with a killer still at large, her growing feelings for Tim are confusing Ella. I really enjoyed this book, and felt a connection to Ella's character. I found the storyline exciting and was gripped from beginning to end. I wanted the ending to go into more detail as I did feel it was terminated abruptly. Well written story, I will be looking for more of this authors work. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author through TBC on Facebook in exchange for an honest review.

  • Andrea
    2018-11-25 05:35

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. A serial rapist/killer is on the loose and it’s making Ella feel nervous to go out alone. She’s on leave from work for two weeks whilst she is decorating her new flat. The flat was given to her by her parents , who have rented out the one next door to handsome new tenant Tim. Despite the fact that she has been in a two year relationship, Ella rather fancies Tim and the feeling appears to be mutual. He needs a bit of peace and quiet though as he’s working on his new book but there’s something a little mysterious about him. Meanwhile, Ella’s work colleague Alex, a surgeon at the hospital where she works as a nurse, is giving Ella the ‘come-on’. Ella noticed that he had specks of blood on his cuff and his shoes were rather muddy. Her police officer boyfriend Michael, who is working on the case, has warned her numerous times to be careful...The story drew me in from the first page and kept hold of its grip on me until the very end. I found it quite hard to put down. I wouldn’t necessarily describe the genre as a psychological thriller. Thriller yes, but it lacked that really disconcerting component; that messing with your head element, which perhaps other psychological thrillers have. That said, whatever genre it was, I thoroughly enjoyed it.This was my first introduction to this author and it’s unlikely to be my last.

  • Bev
    2018-12-03 04:00

    The Green Room – Faith MortimerElla is a nurse, leading a busy working life in a hospital’s trauma department. Every day is hectic and she rarely gets chance to relax. In the town where Ella lives, strange things begin to happen to young women who work in the theatre – “the Surrey Punisher” is on the loose. The story is told in snappy chapters, each one headed with a name but all set around Ella. The reader is drawn in with each page turned and left to draw their own conclusions. It is a fast paced psychological thriller that had me wishing my commute to and from work was longer than it was! The author has the knack of making the reader think the story is going one way, for you to think you know what is happening only to have the rug pulled from under you with yet another twist thrown in. My thanks go to the author Faith Mortimer and (THE) Book Club #TBC for allowing me to read and review this book. I look forward to reading more by Faith in the future, having already added to my wish list or kindle in readiness.

  • Hilary Weinstein
    2018-12-10 06:38

    An easy, pleasant read that keeps you guessing. Yet again, Faith Mortimer has written a successful book. Her style of writing is easy to read, a good storyline and giving a feeling that you just want to read a bit more to see what happens. An easy to read who done it with Faith leading you to believe it could be any one of several people. However, my one reason for not giving The Green Room a 5 star rating was I felt that the excitement all came too late and that the build up was too drawn out. This in my opinion, made the ending too quick. That being said, however, just goes to show that it was a great book, and one that I wanted to read more of!I have read several of Faith's books now and when you pick up a Faith Mortimer book you just know that you are going to find a good read with a good storyline. This was no exception. A highly recommended read for any discerning reader who wants to be kept guessing.

  • Cindy Smith
    2018-11-15 04:34

    Ella is a nurse who has a cop, Michael, as a semi boyfriend. She lives in a house/apartment building her parents own. They give her a suite on the top floor. The other room on her floor has been rented out to Tom, a writer. When a young actress is murdered, Ella's boyfriend is called to join the investigation. It soon becomes obvious that she is the latest victim of a serial murderer. Ella wonders about the man in the next room. He seems nice but is very closed-mouthed about his personal life. She decides to end it with her boyfriend and becomes friendly with Tom. Ella's parents and Michael both make her start to wonder about Tom when another actress is found murdered. He does go out at night, he is very secretive...could he be the killer???? This book had me at the edge of my seat. So many possible suspects and the end was not at all what I would have dreamed. Excellent!

  • Michele
    2018-11-28 02:42

    This is the 2nd book in this series I have read and reviewed. It can be read as a stand alone and WOW Faith Mortimer can REALLY write Psychological Thrillers that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Just as you think you know who the killer is in this one--she takes you in a different direction until there are two who could be the serial killer--but quite possibly a third--and maybe a fourth? It will certainly keep you guessing until the bitter end!! If you are a fan of psychological thrillers--this is the series for you!! I found myself giving Ella advice out loud and then shouting in my head--NO-don't do that more then once! I have one more to read, On Devil's Brae, which I will hopefully be able to get to soon.

  • Teresa
    2018-12-03 03:42

    I was sent this book recently from the author in exchange for an honest review. I've read all the books in the Dark Minds series and I've loved them all and this one was no exception, it was a real CPID gritty story which kept me on the edge of my seat and it was great to see some familiar names along the way too. The twist in the story for me, was not who the perpetrator was, I actually had an inkling that it would be this person, but the part another person played in the story and their reason for being there, that's what surprised me. I would like to thank Faith Mortimer for sending me an advanced copy of this book and would highly recommend it to anyone who loves a great thriller. I will post my review on Amazon on publication day.

  • Nolene Driscoll
    2018-11-20 08:52

    I was given an ARC of this book by the Book Club in return for an honest review.I love Faith Mortimer's writing style. It is light and easy and written in such a way that keeps the reader engaged with the characters and plot. The Green Room is a pacey written thriller that unfurls clues and red herrings along the way so that you are kept guessing for most of the book. Though I did guess the perpetrator before they were revealed I still thoroughly enjoyed the guessing game before and the rest of the story after. I also like that fact that though this is a thriller it is not a blood and guts and gory story but uses words and imagination to build the suspense.Looking forward to reading more by Faith Mortimer.

  • Mo
    2018-12-10 01:51

    I received this arc from tbc for an honest review . Having not the read the others in the series this book made me want to . This is my genre and I thoroughly enjoyed this book . A gritty suspense thriller captivating from the offset and although I guessed the perpetrator I didn't see the other twist at all . Thank you to Faith for allowing me the pleasure of reading this . I will most certainly be reading more from you

  • Ann
    2018-11-26 06:45

    This is the third book in the Dark Mind Series, but each book can be read as a standalone. This is another psychological thriller from this author that grabs you from the first page and keeps you reading to see what could possibly happen next. The story has lots of twists and turns and certainly keeps you guessing until the final pages. Faith has written another good one, and I definitely look forward to her next one.

  • Joanna Gibson
    2018-11-16 02:43

    I have never read any of the previous books in this series and safe to say you don't need to have. Nice pace to this book which kept me interested and the storyline kept me guessing all along. If you like a psychological thriller with a twist then this is a book for you! Thanks to the author and TBC for an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

  • Tom Elder
    2018-11-22 02:52

    Faith Mortimer.Book 3.The Green Room.The 3rd book in this series, and without doubt the best so far. This book is the very reason that I love reading, it keeps you guessing until the end and I mean the end. Like all Faiths book it was an easy to read murder / mystery. Follow Ella through the story and I was praying she would find a good boyfriend. Very highly recommended.5+* 10 December 2015.

  • Olga
    2018-11-16 05:00

    This was an easy read, a mixture of phycological thriller and romance. Plenty of red herrings to keep the reader guessing the identity of the killer right until the end. I'd like to thank the author and TBC for the advance copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Alexina Golding
    2018-11-20 06:52

    I received this book from TBC for an honest review.This is the first book of Faith's. It was a really good read. With an interesting story, intrigue, and suspense.The book was well written and kept me interested.Look forward to reading more in the series.