About the Book
Finding a mysterious novel at her bedside plunges documentary filmmaker Catherine Ravenscroft into a living nightmare. Though ostensibly fiction, The Perfect Stranger recreates in vivid, unmistakable detail the terrible day Catherine became hostage to a dark secret, a secret that only one other person knew–and that person is dead.
Now that the past is catching up with her, Catherine’s world is falling apart. Her only hope is to confront what really happened on that awful day even if the shocking truth might destroy her.
Thank you to to the publisher and netgallery for approving me to review this book
As soon as I read the premise I knew I HAD to read this book.
I read this book literally just about in one sitting as it was a page turner with lots of twists and turns. I could feel the tension building the more I got through the book.
This has to be one of the darkish books I have read in the long time and in fact gave me a nightmare the night after I finished it and a book which does that is a good book.
Why a 4 not 5 stars its because I have a few questions on the ending and it also felt rushed. But saying that I defiantly will be recommending this book to everyone
An amazing Debut for Renee Knight
And if I have still not sold it to you read the below – this is the quote from the proof cover
”This is a work of fiction.
Names and characters are the product of the author’s imagination and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. **
**Everything you have just read is a lie.”
4 of 5 stars