Whispers of Innocence by Natasha Simmons (Book Review#1345)


‘Whispers of Innocence’ is a thriller story about Madeline and how her seven-month-old baby dies in the middle of the night. Abigail dies, and Madeline and her husband, Brian, discover bruises on her neck, making sure that it is not an accident.

The story navigates with an intense tone of writing. You are constantly on edge, waiting to see what will happen next. It also touches on mental illness and all the complications it triggers when you are in an unhealthy relationship.

The pace is steady and the literature is enjoyable to read. If you are into mystery fiction then this is for you.

Written by Jeyran Main

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