Book Review: The Silent Sister by Shalini Boland

Published: 16/07/2018 by Bookouture
Format: Kindle

Lizzy Beresford is at home alone when she hears a strange noise. Running downstairs to check, she discovers a threatening letter addressed to her. But who sent it?
As Lizzy receives more unsettling messages, she begins to doubt those closest to her – her boyfriend, her neighbours, her friends. Because the mystery sender seems to know everything about her.
And they want to destroy her perfect life.
Desperate for answers, Lizzy contacts her sister, Emma. She used to be her best friend. But they haven’t spoken in years. Not since the terrible argument which tore their relationship apart…
Surrounded by secrets and lies, can Lizzy trust her sister? Or is the shocking truth more dangerous than Lizzy ever imagined?

What a read!!

Why haven’t I read anything by this author by now is a mystery to me. Shalini Boland can deliver punch after punch and you still beg for more.

Lizzy finds herself in situation, none of us would want to experience. She has a stalker and what feels at the beginning as innocent crush or mild obsession, turns into very creepy way to make you scared for her life. Someone knows awful lot about her, her life, work,…

I loved this book. Engaging and captivating thriller keeps you guessing. I suspected everyone and kept going back and forth, changing my mind after each twist but couldn’t work it out. See if you can!

No doubt I will be reading more by this author soon!

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