The Girl on Mill Street
By Peter Gilboy
Reviewed by Heath Henwood
A different twist on the traditional murder mysteries.
Although it took a little while to hook me, the different perspective of this book did hook me into reading right to the end, to determine who the killer was and if they would be caught.
Gilboy builds tension in the book, slowly laying the story, while developing the depth of the three main characters.
The story is told by Nineteen-year-old Annie Taylor, who retells of her beautiful and well-loved mother disappearing, while her father, a famous sex therapist and loving husband, was charged with the murder.
What follows in the unravelling of people’s pasts, their secret lives, their fears, and somewhere the truth.
Thank you to Netgalley for providing a review copy in return for an honest review. All opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
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