What if your worst enemy found out your darkest secret?
At 2 a.m. on the morning of her 40th birthday, Sophie wakes to find an intruder in her bedroom. The intruder hands Sophie a letter and issues a threat: open the letter at her party that evening, in front of family and friends, at exactly 8 p.m., or those she loves will be in grave danger.
What can the letter possibly contain?
This will be no ordinary party; Sophie is not the only person keeping a secret about the evening ahead. When the clock strikes eight, the course of several people’s lives will be altered forever.
I became aware about this book before it was published and had it on pre order. As soon as it arrived on my kindle, I couldn’t wait to start it.
Turning forty is quite a milestone for most of us. It’s one that will certainly be memorable for Sophie, but unfortunately for all the wrong reasons.
To wake up to a male intruder in the house is certainly enough to frighten anyone but the letter that he leaves Sophie with has her going through a whole load of emotions.
You Sent Me a Letter is a story that had me on the edge of my seat throughout. I could feel my stomach sinking along with Sophie’s as she has to try and pretend that everything is fine whilst being in total turmoil.
I could really feel the chaos that was surrounding Sophie, the letter leaves her in such a predicament and to start with Sophie is just as confused as the reader is.
Fans of psychological thrillers are going to lap this novel up. It is a tense and nail biting read. There are certainly some twists in there that will send you in a tizzy. Highly recommended.
Goodreads rating 4/5 stars.
You Sent Me A Letter is available to purchase from Amazon.