A queue at the Edinburgh Festival witness a supposed act of “road rage” so begins a wonderfully convoluted plot with twists and turns, humour and surprises which, very satisfactorily, goes round and round. It is the second outing for Jackson Brodie (Case Histories being the first) and it is irresistible, really very good indeed. Intelligent, addictive, beautifully written and thrilling.
Similar this month: None.
Comparison: Charlotte Mendleson, Donna Tartt, Susanna Jones.
|Primary Genre||Thriller and Suspense|