Happy Tuesday, where has this year gone. It’s a cloudy day here in the Sunshine state, they are calling for rain today, which we need this time of year. What’s everyone reading, reviewing? I am trying to finish up One Among Us by: Paige Dearth. So far I am loving it. I have several reviews that I would like to get posted before the end of the year. So let me get started on the first review…. And now I have 4 more to write.
The Girl in White: a chilling psychological thriller
Introducing DI Laura Kesey…
Harry Gilmore has no idea of the terrible danger he faces when he meets a beautiful girl in a local student bar. Drugged and abducted, Harry wakes up in a secure wooden compound deep in the Welsh countryside, where he is groomed by the leaders of a manipulative cult, run by the self-proclaimed new messiah, known as The Master.
When the true nature of the cult becomes apparent, Harry looks for any opportunity to escape. But as time passes he questions if the master’s extreme behaviour and teachings are the one true religion.
With Harry’s life hanging by a thread, a team of officers, led by Detective Inspector Laura Kesey, investigate his disappearance. But will they find him before it’s too late?
- File Size:5296 KB
- Print Length:202 pages
- Publisher:Bloodhound Books (September 4, 2019)
- Publication Date:September 4, 2019
You Can Purchase it HERE
John Nicholl, an ex-police officer, child protection social worker and lecturer, is the award-winning, Amazon # 1 bestselling author of 8 darkly psychological suspense thrillers.
John’s books are set in the UK and have a strong Welsh flavour. He began writing after leaving his job heading up child protection services for Carmarthenshire.
John’s English language books are published by leading independent crime and thriller publisher – Bloodhound Books.
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Wow what a wonderful read. I was in between books and thought I would look on Kindle Unlimited for something to read, and this one popped up and I started reading the Blurb about it and I liked what it said, and you guessed it I downloaded it. And started reading it and could not put it down. I had to help them find Harry and learn more about Laura Kesey.
I loved how the author made the characters stand out in this book.
This book was fascinating! The subject of cults and they dynamic inside has always intrigued me and the author does a great job of getting a first look on the inside. It baffles my mind how one person can have so much control over a group of people, literally having them due whatever he sees fit.
Great read and I am giving it 5 stars.