Who’s Sorry Now by Hélene Fermont @helenefermont

Book Description:

Who’s Sorry Now? Is a collection of four crime and romance stories. 

It’s about love, betrayal and dreams. 

Do we really know the people we love?

Can love be rekindled?

Do dreams come true?

The truth always comes out in the end. 

My Thoughts:

This is a novel made up of four short stories which took me less than an hour to read. They all have a theme of love and betrayal.

My favourite one being a crime lover was The Perfect Murder. For a short story there were twists and turns a plenty and my only problem was it left me craving for more as it gave me just a taste of what the author is capable of.

Who’s Sorry Now is a great way of trying out a new author or for anyone who is short for time and likes short stories. It definitely borders more on the darker side and is a good showcase of what readers can look forward to in full length novels by the author. Look forward to more by the author.

Who’s Sorry Now is available to purchase from Amazon. (Please note that link used is an affiliate link).

Author bio:
Born into a bilingual family (Swedish/ English) Hélene Fermont enjoyed an idylic childhood on the outskirts of Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city and major cultural hub. Growing up in the 1970s she had a brief musical career on Swedish TV and radio. Hélene lived in London for over 20 years but has recently returned to Sweden. Hélene is a former teacher, a practising psychologist, and currently the author of three novels, all of which are psychological suspense with a nordic noir flavour. Her fourth novel is coming soon!

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