Anonymous by Christine Benedict (Book Review #383)

Anonymous is a psychological thriller written about two women, Debra and Julie. The thrilling story begins with Debra. Debra’s mother has suffered from mental illness, primarily, dementia in the past. She killed Debra’s father, and Debra is afraid that this could be hereditary and may happen to her as well.

When Debra and Greg marry and buy this old farmhouse with 50 acres of land. She begins to think that the house is haunted or she is either getting her mother’s illness. In the struggle of trying to hide away the possibility, she begins to investigate the reason behind the sounds and cracks she hears in the house.

At the same time, Debra meets their neighbor Julie, and she lets her know that these anonymous letters are arriving at their home. That is when the story takes its leap and the unraveling of what is to become, happens.

I found the storyline to be thrilling, suspenseful and very enjoyable to read. I always wanted to know what is going to happen next. The content was not filled with horror which I liked. Instead, it was a story of friendship, mystery, and loop-free plot that I thoroughly appreciated.

I recommend this book to mystery thriller readers.

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