Two Little Girls
Jessie Flynn #3
General Fiction (Adult)
HarperCollins UK, HarperFiction
22 Mar 2018
Maybe, if I know the person read the first 2 parts as well.
Two little girls walked to their deaths and nobody noticed…
A gripping new thriller featuring the brilliantly complex psychologist Dr Jessie Flynn, who struggles with a dark past.
Two bodies on the beach. One killer out for revenge.
Two years ago, a young girl was murdered while playing on the beach, a doll left by her side. DI Bobby ‘Marilyn’ Simmons failed to catch her killer and he’s been tormented with guilt ever since.
So when another dead girl is found in the dunes, another doll, he knows this could be his only chance to silence his demons.
Psychologist Dr Jessie Flynn is called in to help with the investigation. But she’s being led into a web of lies and deceit by a new patient called Laura – a deeply disturbed woman who wants Jessie as her friend.
When links emerge between Laura and the two dead girls, Jessie’s worst nightmare becomes reality. For in the dark world of a twisted killer, she begins to realize just how treacherous friends can be…
Not having read the first 2 parts of this series I noticed I missed some info during this book, which was partly the reason it made me wander off while reading. Yes it is well written, the story is well done, the style and flow is lovely. So there’s nothing negative there.
However this book didn’t grip me as others do, it’s not that I wanted to put it down. I just had the feeling I missed some background info. And this can be me for not having read the first 2 parts!