Sunday, August 17, 2014

The Dark Shore

This book reads like a classic whodunnit; everyone is gathered at the scene of the crime, everyone has a motive for possibly killing the one who was murdered, and each character tells their side of the story to the newcomer, which in this case is Sarah, newly married wife of Jon Towers who is suspected of murdering his previous wife off the cliffs of Cornwall at their holiday home, Buryan. 

This book was ok. I was fairly curious to find out who did it, but none of the characters were particularly likeable, and the retelling of each person's story felt staged. It got quite hairy when Sarah found out who the killer was and knew her own life was at risk, but other than that it's not a book to really rave about.

My rating ***

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