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Saturday, October 3, 2020

VBT# Confessions on the 7:45 - Lisa Unger





Confessions on the 7:45

Review: Confessions on the 7:45 - Lisa Unger - October 2020


It's been a wee while since I have read a mystery novel and recently a friend of mine was talking about getting back into crime and I knew I had a tour date coming up for this book, so decided while giving my partner scratches as he wasn't feeling too well, to read Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger. It's also been a long time since I have read one of Lisa's novels, I hopped on Goodreads and seems it was 2013 when I last read a handful of her books, mainly pre-blogging dates as there aren't any reviews added. This book follows three women mainly all are going through something and connected. Our main female Selena has just discovered her husband Graeme is cheating on her with their nanny Geneva. On this day, in particular, she catches the late train and meets a lady called Martha whom we later discover as Anne/Pearl among other names. Martha and Selena share their stories and confide in one another as who better to confess to than strangers on a train. However, after her confession, Selena is about to discover that all isn't well in her family circle when strange things start occurring starting with the disappearance of their nanny Geneva. As the story goes along, we read from multiple points of view and uncover a deadly tangle of lies and secrets that surround not only Selena but Martha and that they will be connected in ways neither thought was possible. I have to admit, I did enjoy this novel but in parts found it to be quite busy with the various tangents and different characters that were introduced to keep the story bouncing along. If you are in the mood for a new "strangers on the train" type mystery, then check out Lisa Unger's new novel "Confessions on the 7:45".

Amazon Link : https://amzn.to/3jmkXme






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