Nine Lives by Peter Swanson
Received from NetGalley on 08/03/2022
My Review of Nine Lives by Peter Swanson
Probably not really a fair review as I read this spread over at least a fortnight and due to the amount of characters got lost a few times.
Only really warmed or cared about 1 of the 9 people on the list and nearly didn’t finish the book.
Like I say though, I read it over quite a long period, reading it in one or two sittings may have helped but I wasn’t really hooked enough to do that.
Reviewed by Terry Simmonds
The author of Rules for Perfect Murders is back – with a chilling and fiendish puzzle of a novel everyone will be talking about next Spring.
If you’re on the list you’re marked for death.
The envelope is unremarkable. There is no return address. It contains a single, folded, sheet of white paper.
The envelope drops through the mail slot like any other piece of post. But for the nine complete strangers who receive it – each of them recognising just one name, their own, on the enclosed list – it will be the most life altering letter they ever receive. It could also be the last, as one by one, they start to meet their end.
Faber and Faber Ltd
Pub Date: 03 March 2022
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