Tuesday, 8 June 2021

Review: Invisible Victim

Invisible Victim Invisible Victim by Mel Sherratt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Did Mel Sherratt pull of another psychological thriller? You bet she did.

I’m so glad I can still read this authors books. I love her romance/contemporary books and now veering into the thriller types I love.

I love her DI series but I was burnt out on that genre so shelved any DI crime series in mostly all authors.
But now I’ve enjoyed one of my favourite authors books again. That’s twice in a month, yippee.

The plot in this story is very good, and I would have never guessed what was revealed.

The main culprit was very well done and nasty but I found myself also understanding them yet hating what they did.

I can’t imagine the life they experienced and I can’t imagine being locked up either with just one small bit of food per day (if you’re lucky) and no one to speak to.

How did this affect me?
My reading never wavered. I was stuck like glue each evening I could read more.
I do hope she continues to write more in this genre I’d be the first to pick it up!

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