Into the Darkest Corner: A Novel by Elizabeth Haynes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I just gave myself up to this book and didn't come up for air until I was finished. psychological thriller it certainly is.
Cathy Bailey is a young woman whose parents had died in a car accident and she was on her own without any other family. Most likely because of this, she was making some decisions that might not have been for the best. She was doing a lot of drinking, partying and admitted to taking drugs. She also was not adverse to one night stands and this made her even more vulnerable.
Cathy was a professional woman with a degree and is an HR executive. Basically, I guess you could say that she was looking for love and a good relationship. Until the night she met Lee Brightman, a policeman and a very handsome and seemingly wonderful catch.
The story moves back and forth between 2003 and 2007 seemlessly and in a way that allows the story to unfold brilliantly.
An excellent read.
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Review: Into the Darkest Corner: A Novel
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