#AudioReview #BookReview #Bedlam (Alexander Gregory Thrillers #3) by LJ Ross @LJRossAuthor

I am delighted to share my review with you today for Bedlam by LJ Ross

The Book

In a world gone mad, who can you trust?

Fresh from a high-profile case in the Paris fashion world, elite forensic psychologist and criminal profiler Dr Alexander Gregory receives a call from the New York State Homicide Squad. The wife of a notorious criminal has been admitted to a private psychiatric hospital and can no longer testify in his upcoming trial. Without her, their case will collapse, but amid reports that the staff are as unpredictable as their patients, who can the police trust?

In desperation, they turn to an outsider, and now Gregory must find the courage to step inside the fortified walls of Buchanan Hospital to uncover the truth. The question is, will he ever be the same again?

Murder and mystery are peppered with dark humour in this fast-paced thriller set amidst the spectacular Catskill Forest. 

My Thoughts

OMG I don’t half love this series. Bedlam is the third book in the series which I couldn’t wait to get my hands on. 

I felt that the second book dipped in enjoyment compared to the first book. But I am happy to report that we are back on track with Bedlam. It is exciting and filled with tension when Alexander takes on a case in  Quantico and goes undercover in a psychiatric hospital! 

When I listened to the story on audio, I found myself saying holy shit no way throughout the story. This story was exciting right from the word go and I was so addicted to it. This book is as good as the first one if not better. LOVE LOVE LOVED it.

You can feel the tension unfold throughout the story as the narrator spoke. Bedlam is so gripping very addictive not forgetting the fact that I love Dr Gregory who I do think he is giving Ryan Mystery a run for his money.

This story works well as a standalone but this series is too good to miss.

Thank you to W.F. Howes Ltd for giving me the opportunity to listen to this on audio. All thoughts are my own and not biased in any way.

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