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The Fall by Gilly Macmillan

In my opinion...

Once I started this novel, it was incredibly hard to put down- the storyline is a great premise. The plotting is strong, it moves at pace, there are some unexpected twists & I found I could effortlessly imagine the location from the author's subtle descriptions.

At times credibility is stretched, the police come over as rather gullible & I had a few questions that no-one answered- but over all I loved the style & thoroughly enjoyed it.

Want to know more?

Be careful what you wish for...

Nicole and Tom's lives are changed overnight by a ten-million-pound lottery win.

Before they know it they've moved into a state-of-the-art Glass Barn conversion in the stunning grounds of Lancaut Manor in Gloucestershire.

But their dream quickly turns into a nightmare when Tom is found dead in the swimming pool, with a wound on his head.

Someone close to home must be responsible. But other than the young couple who live in the Manor, and their housekeeper in the Coach House next door, there's no one around for miles.

Who among them is capable of murder?

My rating?

An intense 4 glasses of bubbles

Thank you RandomHouse Cornerstone & NetGalley for my ARC


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