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Good Me, Bad Me

Good Me, Bad Me - Ali Land A Gripping psychological thriller, dark, shocking but utterly compelling.

New Name. New Family. Shiny New Me

Annie's mother is a Serial Killer, The only way Annie can make it strop is to hand her into the police.But out of sight is not out of mind. The secrets of her past wont let her sleep even with a new family and a new Name Milly

I was a little nervous starting this one as I was afraid that the author would be too graphic about the murders and I really didn't want to go down that road but thankfully the reader is spared any gruesome details and the book is an extremely clever and well written Psychological thriller. This is a genre I had basically given up on in 2016 and delighted to say this is the second really well thought out thriller that I have read this year.

I devoured this one and think I read it in two days as it was so compelling and I loved the psychological aspect of this novel. Great characters, dark and disturbing plot with great twists and turns to keep the reader interested.

I listened to this one on audio and also had a hard copy of it which I had forgotten that I ordered, the audio was excellent and works really well for this book in ways I can't explain without giving away important elements of the story.

I recommend this one for lovers of dark and twisted Psychological thrillers.