Death’s Door by Paul Finch.
Synopsis… “When a stalking case lands on DS ‘Heck’ Heckenburg’s desk it seems pretty straightforward. But when Heck discovers that the victim lives in the same house that a young woman was brutally murdered in six years earlier, instinct tells him that it’s not so simple after all. Before long Heck is entangled in something far more dangerous than he had expected. In a race against the clock, can Heck and Gemma stop history from repeating itself – or will they end up getting caught in the crossfire?“
Overall rating 2 out of 5 stars.
I had high hopes for this book! It started out with someone watching possibly my favourite slasher film of all time so I was definitely invested and wanted to keep reading. It also helped that the fear was built up straight away, the atmosphere was tense…
Death’s Door hooked me in from the start and built up so much intrigue within just a few pages. As a short story I was worried the book would feel rushed, but we moved through at a steady pace, and even though quite a lot was packed into the few pages we had it didn’t feel like too much.
Reading this book was like being on a roller coaster, it was a wild ride!
Admittedly, I was disappointed in the ending of the book, it felt a bit anti climatic and I was left feeling underwhelmed and wanting to know more about the killer.
What did really piss me off about this book is that we got to around 73% of the way through and then the rest was a sample from another novel, we got a underwhelming ending and then when I thought there was another chapter or two to redeem it LOL NOPE.
Whilst this shouldn’t have bugged me as much as it did, it lead me to really drop down my rating.
Until next time, Em xxx
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