Review of M.C. Hall's SmotheredKitty Holbrooke was nine years old and a rising child star when she was found murdered after apparently being abducted from her home.
The people's main suspects are her parents and her sister.
No one was ever charged with her murder, but fifteen years an online tabloid announces they have found the killer at last.
Just who killed Kitty Holbrooke? And will the truth behind the whole story finally emerge?
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. Where do I start?
Okay no beating about the bush I absolutely loved this book. It had me gripped from the onset and kept me guessing right to the end.
M.C. takes you through the case from the day Kitty went missing, and there are so many twists and turns as to who was or who was not responsible for her death.
I felt as if I was on a roller coaster ride as first I suspected one person and then another.
This is a mystery novel in the true sense of the word, as you can't determine who is telling the truth and who is lying.
M.C. paints a picture of a family torn apart that is revealed to be far from perfect, and a police investigation that stumbles from the start to uncover the culprit.
If you love mystery novels and then you can't miss Smothered. It's a must read and I can't praise it highly enough.