Sins of the Father by A. J. Mccarthy (Book Review #329)

Sins of the father is a suspense novel written about Charlene Butler. She is a successful pub owner with a past, which she’d rather not bring up. As if happens, it becomes something Charlene cannot ignore anymore.

A stalker insists on harassing Charlene, and that’s when she hires a private investigator, Simm. The entire novel was very thrilling to read. The concept of the novel, being secretive, added to its suspenseful manner.

The pace of the story was steady. There wasn’t much background to the plot, as I believe, it would have taken away from the secrets embedded in the story.

I particularly enjoyed the nature of the writing. The literature was easy and had a nice flow to it. When a story has several hidden messages, it really compliments the experience for the reader.

In this case, the feeling of wanting to know what happens next carries the reader throughout the entire book. Nothing really gets you prepared from what you’re to foresee, and I really liked that about the book.

I recommend this book to people who enjoy suspense novels.

Written by Jeyran Main

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