Book Reviews, Books

The Girl At The Bar by Nicholas Nash

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Rating: 4/5


Synopsis:  

Rebecca, a brilliant cancer researcher, disappears after a one-night stand with a neurotic man with a questionable past.

Her sudden disappearance in the midst of a high-stakes quest to cure cancer between two rival billionaires sets into motion an inexplicable chain of events as the bodies start to pile up.

No one knows why she disappeared. The race to find answers ensnares everyone around her, one of whom is a deeply disturbed psychopath lurking in the shadows.

Is Rebecca still alive? What happened to her? Who did it? And why? Questions about her vex everyone looking for answers. No one can be trusted and no one is above suspicion…


Review:   

It took me a few pages to get into the story but once there, I became adamant to finish it in one set!

Whodunnit? That’s a tricky question as most of the characters seem to have a reason to do it! Who’s telling the truth, who’s lying, and why? To me, the why was the most exciting part as I kind of figured out the suspect but couldn’t possibly point out the reasons behind the sinister events.

This was an intense read, full of intrigue, mystery, and a shade of entertainment. The story is beautifully-written and will keep you guessing till the very end and then it will wrap up nicely to leave the reader with a hint of satisfaction.

I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a good mystery to keep them on their toes.

I would like to thank the publishers, NetGalley, and the author for sending me a copy of this book.


Goodreads link: The Girl At The Bar

Amazon link: The Girl At The Bar

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