J.P. Carter – At Your Door : Review

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Synopsis – “what happens when the past comes back to kill you?

When DCI Anna Tate is called to the gruesome discovery of a dead woman found on Barnes Common, she is plunged into a high-profile investigation involving a prominent MP. London is baying for blood – but is there more to Holly’s death than meets the eye?

Meanwhile, the hunt is on for Anna’s missing daughter Chloe, who vanished ten years ago when her father kidnapped her. The case has been cold for what feels like forever – but a phone call brings a new lead…

Can Anna solve the murder case whilst dealing with her own personal demons? Or is someone from the past planning to get in her way?”

Genre – Thriller 

Quote That Stood Out Most – “Below the photo was a message that read, ‘Thought you’d like to know the fun is about to begin’.”

Spoiler free review – Firstly I want to say a huge thank you to @avonbooks, for allowing me to be apart of this tour. I was so intrigued by the synopsis of this book and I couldn’t wait to start unraveling the story.

Now this book did take me a while to get into and I had to force myself through the first few chapters. I felt like we have a lot thrown at us in the first few chapters and it’s hard to keep track of what the story actually is. It was a little messy for me and hard for me to get into.

HOWEVER, once I got to around chapter 12 my curiosity began to take over. I was starting to understand the story and already trying to piece it together. The story has two main stories within the one, the death of Holly, a teenage girl and the kidnap of our main characters child. Both of the stories begin immediately and the way they interlink keeps the reader on their toes.

The plot of the stories has lots of twists and turns that keep you in the edge and wanting to read on. Overall, I did enjoy this story and recommend it to those who like thriller, detective storylines. As long as you can get through those first few chapters, the ending is definitely worth the read.


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