The House of Eyes by Kate Ellis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I haven't read any of this series so was wondering if I was going to enjoy this or feel like I've missed out by not reading the previous books.
I didn't, it was fine as a stand-alone.
Its every parents worse nightmare when a child goes missing and the same too for Darren Hatman.
But when the DI didn't want to pursue the investigation I was appalled even if this child did have a history of running off.
So she wants to run off to London to become a model. But if the father says hes worried then they should be also.
Anyway, the DI starts to do some investigation and finds out Darren's daughter has a stalker. So now this takes on an entire different dimension.
So where is Leanne?
Did someone take her, did she leave on her own accord, is she in danger?
Its a slow moving story at times I found frustrating until half way through then it picked up and had me on a rollercoaster ride not knowing where it might end, or crash.
This book wasn't a book that blew me away but it was nicely done.....in the end. I just needed to stick with it, so because of the slow start I knocked off one star I personally like something that grips me by the scruff of the neck almost right away.
My thanks to Little, Brown Book Group UK via Net Galley for my copy
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