Sunday, 21 August 2016

Broken Grace

Broken Grace
I received a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.

Broken Grace reminded me of a couple of other books I have read this year: Grace wakes up in hospital after a car accident suffering from a traumatic brain injury and total loss of memory. Her only remaining family is her sister, so she is discharged into said sister's care staying in a remote house that somehow makes her feel uncomfortable.

Her boyfriend is found murdered. Enter a rookie cop and his seasoned partner.

What happened? What's real? Who's hiding what? Who can be trusted?

Some of the plot was predictable and a bit clich├ęd, and a third through the book I thought I had figured it all out, but I hadn't. Not all, anyway. It is definitely worth sticking with this because the final reveal made it worthwhile. Very fitting title. The writing was concise, and I enjoyed following the rookie cop's POV as well as Grace's. On the whole, an enjoyable psychological mystery

Great book! Broken Grace got my attention from the beginning and don't be fooled by the intro or back cover descriptions of the book. It's unpredictable, exciting and has many twists and turns. I loved all the characters...loved to hate some of them! Great read and I highly recommend purchasing this book. It's EC Diskins second book but the two books are very different. I can't wait for your 3rd EC Diskin!!! 

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