Review for Next of Sin – Psychologcal Thriller

<a href=”” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img alt=”next of sin” border=”0″ src=”” /></a><a href=””>next of sin</a> by <a href=””>Lisa Gordon</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
I really enjoyed L Gordon’s previous novel A Sealed Fate, but this was even better – still had the same out-there characters, exotic locations and general foxiness, but a far more intricate plot.<br><br>The pace is fast, the dialogue carries the tale really well and there are some very thoughtful moments giving this a true to life feel.<br><br>I was drawn in and found it easy to put myself in the character’s shoes: Gaby is a terrific heroine, yet at the same time sounds like a person you could meet in real life not like a work of fiction.<br><br>If you enjoy reading about serial killers; put all assumptions aside as this is not your usual serial killer thriller, in fact there is a shocking true to life twist.<br><br>Great writing and use of language, humour, suspense and thrills! Very professional editing and finishing; not an amateur cook book thriller but a MasterChef feast of a read.
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