Deliver Me by Karen Cole

ebook, 300 pages
Expected publication: November 1st 2018 by Quercus Publishing
About the Book:
When Abby's doctor tells her she's two months pregnant she doesn't believe him. She can't be - she hasn't had sex for over a year. But to her astonishment and dismay, multiple tests confirm it's true. Desperately searching for an explanation, Abby recalls New Year's Day - the terrible hangover, the hole in her memory where the night before should have been and the inexplicable sense of unease - and realises that this baby must have been conceived at her best friend Danny's NYE party. Horrified that someone would have taken advantage of her intoxicated state, Abby enlists the help of Danny to find out which of the party guests assaulted her. But when she starts to receive anonymous messages it seems that while she has been looking into the father of her baby, someone has been watching her.

She’s the cockroach in this scenario. She’s been immobilised and now this thing is taking over her life.

First things first, this book should be stamped with a warning label because once you start reading, you're not going to want to do anything else.

Deliver Me is a terrifically fun and engrossing read. The book grabbed me from the second I picked it up until I reached its surprising conclusion. The thriller genre is a bit overloaded these days – some are quite good, others are not good at all. Fortunately, Deliver Me is excellent addition to the group.

What makes this book stand out is an oh-so-clever hook, well-developed and multi-dimensional characters, a strong sense of place and the twists and turns that seem to go on forever.

Just when you think you might have insight into what actually happened? Well, be prepared for it not to be who you think. In short, it's the perfect, fast-paced read and very well worth your time.

Every day is a choice. A choice to get up. A choice to see the good in life. A choice to love.

Thank you NetGalley, Quercus Books and Karen Cole for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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