The Devil You Know by Terry Tyler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This one was interesting. Set in Lyndford, Lincolnshire, England, there is a serial killer murdering young, beautiful women, mostly prostitutes, but not just them. Five people in the town believe they know the killer, and the killer is close to them.
One of them is right.
Could it be Maisie's mum's new beau? Or Juliet's abusive husband? Or could it be Jake, Tamsin's handsome crush? Steve's childhood friend? Or Dorothy's son?
You will find out. Just when you think you know... you don't know! This will keep you twisting and turning until the end.
Along the way, you'll learn some British slang! Most of us have heard "shag," "arse," and "mate." But how about "wanker?" "Nip?" "e-fit?" There are many more! It gives the novel a quirky, edgy feel.
I was a bit confused at the beginning of the novel since there are numerous characters, but I caught on, and when I did, I couldn't put it down! Loved it!
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