I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Also by this author: Black Heart, The Couple on Cedar Close, The Stranger's Wife, The Night of the Party
Also in this series: Black Heart, The Couple on Cedar Close, The Stranger's Wife, The Night of the Party
Published by Bookouture on 13th January 0201
Genres: Crime, Suspense, Thriller
Source: from Netgalley
Daisey Garrett wakes up in a hospital bed. She remembers her boyfriend has left her for another woman but she doesn’t remember what happened to her. The night she was attacked in her own home.
Daisey shouldn’t be alive but against all odds, she’s survived an ordeal most would never recover from. And her new friend and roommate Iris will help her get back on her feet.
But Daisey’s mind is broken. She’s on edge, drinking too much and as she sits across from her cheating ex, Luke, in the beautiful home they once shared together, she can’t shake the feeling that she is being watched.
Yet tiny fragments of Daisey’s memory are starting to come back to her.
The missing pieces of that fateful summer night are beginning to surface…
The lies she told the police.
The lies Luke told her.
Iris will help her find the truth, won’t she?
A tense, twisty, addictive page-turner,The Woman Inside takes you within the tangled mess of people’s lives and the dark secrets they hold close. Perfect for fans of Gone Girl, Before I Go to Sleep and The Wife Between Us.
Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for letting me take part in this tour. I LOVE Detective Dan. While this is the 4th book in this series they can all be read as standalones.
Detective Dan has come a long way since book one. He’s learnt to live with his grief. It doesn’t overwhelm him like it used to. He is however still as caring and genuine. He’s the sort of police officer you hope to get if you are ever in trouble. If he makes a promise he will do everything he can to not break that promise.
Anna-Lou always has very interesting cases. It’s not cut and dry, this is the killer and this is the victim. This case is no different. Anna-Lou likes to really get your empathy and psychological side working.
From quite early on it was clear who the killer was but the psychology behind it and the back story were very intriguing. Anna-Lou had me hooked from the very beginning and I hope there is more of Detective Dan to come.
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