My best friend, Emily, is dead – killed last night in a hotel fire.
But it was meant to be me.
Now I have 24 hours to find my daughter.
Before he finds out I’m still alive.
24 Hours is a fast-paced, intelligent psychological thriller that will leave you breathless.
What a whirlwind of a book 24 Hours is.
I honestly feel like I’ve been on a roller coaster ride where the author is at the controls and they won’t let me off.
As the title suggests, 24 Hours is actually a story that flicks between chapters of Laurie’s past leading up to present day and different times of the day in the present.
Laurie is adamant that someone is trying to kill her. After waking up to discover her best friend Emily has been killed in a fire, Laurie then is left in a race against time to find her daughter Polly and find out once and for all who wants rid of her.
There are so many suspects in the novel that this is why I was left feeling dizzy. I did not know whether I was coming or going. I felt like a dog with a bone, thinking that I had got it for the story to only go off in a whole other direction and sent on another chase to see if I could work out who it was.
24 Hours is definitely a novel where you really need to concentrate as there are literally so many twists and turns. It certainly makes for a very exhilarating reading experience.
Many thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for an Advanced Readers Copy of this book.
I have awarded this book 4/5 stars.
24 Hours is due to be published tomorrow the 9th of October, you can pre order a copy from Amazon