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#BookReview The Killer On The Wall By Emma Kavanagh #12ReviewsOfXmas

511MqSqCOSL._SX324_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgThank You very much to the publisher – Arrow and Net Galley for the review copy.
ISBN13: 9781784752668
Genre: Thriller
Release date: 20 04 2017
Price*: Kindle £3.99 (GBP)/  Paperback £6.99 (GBP)
Kindle $9.81 (USD)/ Paperback $10.47 (USD)
Pages: ~ 384
My rating: 7/10
You can get this book here:
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What I learned from this book: That psychopaths hide in plain sight. 😉

Description of the book: When fifteen-year-old Isla Bell finds three bodies propped against Hadrian’s Wall, her whole world falls apart. In such a close-knit community, everyone knows the victims and the man who did it.

Twenty years on and Isla has dedicated her life to forensic psychology; studying the brains of serial killers, and even coming face to face with the convicted murderer who turned her world upside down. She is safe after all, with him behind bars. Then another body appears against the Wall.

And another.

As the nightmare returns and the body count rises, everyone in town is a suspect.
Who is the Killer on the Wall?

How this book made me feel: The prologue of this book was superb! Sucked me in straight away!

This novel is told from multiple perspectives, so it is quite hard to choose the main character. I think they all played a very important part in this book. I really liked Isla and Mina (police detective investigating the murders), they are two smart, dedicated, and determined women. Ramsey’s (Isla’s husband) parts were quite boring, and my mind just wandered off on multiple occasions. I liked the way the characters interacted between each other, and even though they are into different things, they all had something to offer to this investigation.

I liked the narrative of this book, it was full of surprises and you never knew who is going to die next. The investigation part was quite slow and not very inventive, but I enjoyed all the twists and deception it had to offer. I have to admit, after finishing this book, I had a ton of questions and some of the things didn’t make sense to me.

The writing style was creative, and overall delivery of the book was pretty good. The chapters had a decent length and didn’t leave me bored. I liked the ending of the book, it was very unexpected and it rounded up the story very nicely. This book carries some gross details about murders, so it’s a joy for gory crime lovers, but a nightmare for sensitive readers. :S

So, to conclude, I liked this twisty story, filled with psychopaths and the reasons why they become one. Even though I have lots of unanswered questions, I hope that after reading, it will make more sense to you. Please do give this book a go, and I hope you will like it. 🙂

Thank You for Your time! ❤

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7152351.jpgAbout the author: Emma Kavanagh was born and raised in South Wales. After graduating with a PhD in Psychology from Cardiff University, she spent many years working as a police and military psychologist, training firearms officers, command staff and military personnel throughout the UK and Europe. Now she is lucky enough to be able to write for a living. She lives in South Wales with her husband, young sons, and a dog named Dobby.
Twitter: @EmmaLK

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