Golden Hour by M.K. Graff--a review



I loved, loved this book! I wasn't sure I would when I began reading,  I'm not sure why, except I haven't been a big fan of English mysteries, but this one grabbed me right from the beginning.

Yes, it's a thriller and is told from the points-of-view from many of the characters including a stalker, the main character, Nora Tierney, her love interest and detective, Declan Barnes, the murder victim who restore art, the villain and others--but it all works.

The author does a great job of letting the reader know the feelings of each character and what drives them.

When Nora realizes she may have someone shadowing her every move--the reader knows exactly how she's reacting.

There are plenty of twists and turns, many surprising, and couple that are downright shocking.

If you want to read a true page-turner, pick up Golden Hour by M.K. Graff.



--Marilyn Meredith

Comments

Marni said…
Thanks for the thoughtful review, Marilyn~
Thonie Hevron said…
I am a big fan of English mysteries but usually read the American counterparts. Golden Hour is now on my reading list! Thanks for the review, Marilyn.

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