House. Tree. Person. by Catriona McPherson

I eagerly recommend Catriona McPherson’s “House. Tree. Person.” as an intriguing novel.

I really do enjoy reading Catriona McPherson’s books based in the Dumfries and Galloway region and enjoy following the characters journey’s between the towns that my family spoke of during my childhood.

This book is a good paced thriller filled with so much suspense you just don’t know what the twist is until the very end (or at least I didn’t).

This book was an easy, yet engrossing, read and had me hooked early on. The author tells the backstory at the perfect pace to ensure the reader turns page after page.

Thanks to Catriona McPherson, Midnight Ink and Net Galley for the opportunity to read and review this engrossing suspense novel.

Synopsis

The body found in a muddy grave across the street is just the latest horror threatening to tear Ali McGovern’s life apart seam by seam.

She knows Angelo, her brooding teenage son, is keeping secrets. She fears he’s in danger, too. But her new job at the psychiatric hospital, the job her husband pushed her into, is using up everything she’s got every day. She can try to ignore the sounds that surely can’t really be there. And she can try to trust the doctors, who can’t be as dark as they seem.

But can Ali hold herself, her life, and her family together without getting blood on her hands?

AUTHOR Catriona McPherson
BOOK TITLE House. Tree. Person.
PUBLISHER Midnight Ink
DATE OF PUBLICATION 8 September 2017
OBTAINED: NetGalley

REVIEW PUBLISHED:

NetGalley

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Catriona McPherson’s website and can be found on Twitter

 

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