Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Dear Amy by Helen Callaghan . Review

This is the story about an agony aunt called Dear Amy. Amy's real name is Margot . When Margot receives mail one day for her newspaper column claiming to be from a missing girl asking for help, it opens a can of worms more disturbing then could ever be imagined .
The story is gripping from the opening pages and stays that way throughout the story , you are never certain if the letters are real , sent my a sick joker or by someone even more depraved . 
The story is a very interesting one  as you are never quite sure how reliable the main character is , the story is also terrifying and thought provoking , seeing inside the head of the victim just before the kidnap made me get goosebumps . I had to admire Amy , she is a gutsy female in a subtle but very effective way and she makes a great main character . I recommend this if you liked books like The Girl On The Train and Gone Girl. 

I received this book for review from the lovely people over at Lovereading.co.uk
This book is going to be published in June 2016 and will be available from Lovereading and all other good bookstores then. Below please find a link to this book:

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