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Monday, May 28, 2018

Review: Hangman - Erin Lee and Sara Schoen



Hangman

Review: Hangman - Erin Lee and Sara Schoen - March 2018
Twelve years ago, a killing spree happened in the small town of Haven and the police had a suspect that they were certain was the Hangman. The thing is that they caught the wrong guy and Elizabeth Walsh studied the Hangman when she was in university and has known all along that the wrong guy was caught as things didn't make sense. Now the Hangman is back and he has a game for Elizabeth to play, figure out who he is and who is on his kill list or more people will die. At first Elizabeth thinks it is a prank played on her by her friend Ryan, but when two people connected to Elizabeth are killed. She realises that this is real life and she must play the game and follow the clues before more people close to her are killed. This was quite a fast-paced read and I loved the cat/mouse type game. It also was an interesting twist in the end to see who the original Hangman Killer was and why the killing was carried on and continued. I didn't see the twist at the end which was quite cool as it keeps the reader interested when you are kept guessing. If you are in the mood for a good mystery and suspense serial killer novel, then check out Hangman by Erin Lee and Sara Schoen and get solving before another one is hung by the noose.





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