Monday, 6 April 2015
Disclaimer by Reneé Knight
Thanks to NetGalley & Transworld Publishers, I received an ARC of this in exchange for an honest review....
Meet Catherine Ravenscroft, a woman who seems to have an almost perfect and happy life when we first meet her in this novel. She is married to husband Robert and they both have a successful and high status career – Robert is in law and Catherine in television. They have one grown son, Nicholas, who but he has since moved out.
Not long after moving into their new home, one day Catherine discovers a novel sitting on her beside locker, The Perfect Stranger by EJ Preston, she picks it up to start reading it and to her horror realises that it's about her own life and something that has happened more than 20 years ago, a secret that she has kept. Who has written it though? Is someone trying to expose her secret that she's been keeping buried for so long or is it a case of revenge? Is the secret that Catherine's been keeping the real truth or is there something more sinister to this the secret? Are secrets best kept buried or should the truth always be told?
This is Reneé Knight's debut novel and what a debut it was, it was like a rollercoaster ride, gripping and it certainly made my pulse race with so many twists and turns which kept me hooked. I didn't just like it, I LOVED it and it definitely didn't disappoint. I can't wait until Reneé's next book (no pressure) and I will definitely read more of her work. I would even go as far to say that this is one the best books I've read so far this year and would HIGHLY recommend it.
This is available on Kindle and in all good bookstores and is published on 9th April.