Review – Don’t You Cry: Mary Kubica
This is such a fascinating psychological thriller chiller. One of those mysteries where you think you have the story all worked out but really you haven’t.
Quinn’s roommate Esther is missing and so begins her quest to try to unravel exactly what has happened to her. Odd clues are found in Esther’s room and disturbing developments take place which leave Quinn in fear for her own life.
Meanwhile in another town there’s a story developing. There’s a link to the past and we hear from a young man Alex, a dishwasher in a local restaurant, as he becomes intrigued by a mysterious customer who becomes an important part of his life.
The ending of this well-written engrossing book took me totally by surprise.
(Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for my ARC copy)