#BookReview Don’t Let Let Him In by Howard Linskey @HowardLinskey @sriya__v @MichaelJBooks

I am super excited to share my review with you today for Don’t Let Him In by Howard Linskey. Which is out now

He’s always been there. Now he’s looking for you.

There have always been deaths in the small town of Eriston over the years – more than can easily be explained. People dying in their houses, behind locked doors.

Sean Cole thought he’d spotted a pattern. Thought he was on the trail of a killer. Now he’s dead, too.

When his daughter, Rebecca, returns to the town, she realises that her father might have been onto something. But can she find the murderer before he finds her?

Because if she can’t, her father’s shabby old Victorian house is no place to hide.

My Thoughts

Can you believe that I have most of the authors books and I haven’t read any of them until I read this book….because I bloody cant! Yes this is the first book that I have read by Howard and now I am sitting here totally blown away by how good this book is. It has left me wondering why has it taken me until now to read this author. So for anyone like myself who hasn’t picked up a Howard Linskey book. Now this the perfect time.

In a nutshell Don’t Let Him In is amazing. It is so good I text my mate Kat Everett over at Best Crime Books and More to tell her how awesome it is.

I loved everything about it. The plot, the characters and the authors style of writing. It is captivating, gripping and the plot is well crafted. It has a mixture of things going on when Rebecca takes things into her own hands and follows up leads that her dad left her.

Rebecca is a character full of emotion with her fathers death but she is also full of determination to find the killer. I really liked her and couldn’t help but will her on

Just when I thought I had it all worked out BOOM Linskey throws in a twist that throws you off track. Love, love, love it! This book is a standalone and I will definitely be reading those books that I already have in the pile.

I cannot praise this book enough, giving it all the stars.

Many thanks to Penguin for a copy. All thoughts are my own and not biased in anyway.

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