Be Careful What You Hear By Paul Pilkington

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Book Description:

Georgina Adams has battled through the trauma of postnatal depression as a new mother. But when she overhears her husband James threatening their six month old daughter over the baby monitor, she begins to question everything she once believed in.

Did she imagine it?

Or are their lives really in danger?

Be Careful What You Hear is a nail biting 20,000 word suspense mystery novella, from the author of the bestselling Emma Holden trilogy. Prepare to be shocked by Paul Pilkington’s trademark twists, turns and cliff-hangers, and an ending that will leave you breathless.

My Thought’s:

Be Careful What You Hear is the first book I have read by Paul Pilkington and will certainly be reading more by him.

This is only a short story which has 77 pages and finished at 84% on my kindle. Even though it is a short story I did actually feel that I got everything out of it that I would have wanted in a full length novel. It didn’t feel crammed or rushed at all, the pace was just right for the length of it.

From the start in this story it’s fairly obvious that there is something not quite right in Georgina (George) and her husband James lives but I really couldn’t figure out what. I had a lot of different conclusions running through my head and they were all wrong. As it is a short story, obviously it isn’t long before we find out and then it is just twist after twist that literally left me feeling dizzy.

I think if anyone like me hasn’t read any of this authors work and wants to give his books ago, I think this is a great book to start off with and I’m sure after reading Be Careful What You Hear you will happily go and purchase his full length ones.

I have awarded this book 4/5 stars.

Be Careful What You Hear is available to purchase from Amazon

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