Book Reviews

Daisy in chains by Sharon Bolton (Review #1)


Since the first time I took S.J. Bolton’s book in my hand I cannot stop admiring her.  Read all of her books and gladly continue doing so. They mesmerise me.
Hamish Wolfe, locked up for the rest of his life for the abduction and murder of three young women, he gets countless adoring letters every day. He is handsome, charismatic, and very persuasive. His admirers are convinced he’s innocent, and that, he is the man of their dreams. Maggie rose is different. Reclusive and enigmatic, a successful lawyer and best selling true – crime writer, she only takes cases that she can win. Hamish wants her as his lawyer; he wants her to change his fate. She thinks she’s immune to the charms of such a man.


It is extremely intriguing from the first pages of the book. The way it is written never gets you bored. I loved the different approach to telling the story via letters and news paper articles. It is perfectly blended together with the story of the book. The best thing about this book is that it is easy to read because chapters are short. The characters are very charismatic and interesting personalities. The story has great twists in it. Once you start reading it captivates you because every chapter invites you to find out “what next?”.

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