I think I got whiplash from reading Her Every Fear!
Peter Swanson, author of one of my favorite psychological thrillers, The Kind Worth Killing (reviewed on our blog previously), brings another well-written story of an emotionally frail and anxiety ridden English woman who has had a life-threatening experience. She heads to her cousins’ Boston apartment in hopes of clearing her mind and getting a better outlook on life. Little does she know that she has more fear, anxiety, and horror waiting for her. Not knowing who to trust or who to turn to, her emotionally instability starts to get the best of her.
Swanson is able to spin a story that includes stalking, creepiness, and lots of suspense that kept me guessing until the end of the book. It is fast paced with plenty of twists and turns. If you enjoyed Girl on the Train or other Swanson books, add this one to your list for 2017! - Rosanna (Downtown)