Tuesday, June 13, 2017

The Woman in Cabin 10/Ruth Ware/340 pgs.

Lo Blacklock writes for a travel magazine, and has been given the opportunity to be a passenger on the new cruise ship, Aurora, and to write about the experience. It's the chance of a lifetime, and could boost her career. The only problem is that Lo has recently been burglarized, suffers from panic attacks and anxiety, and has recently been drinking too much. It's a small cruise ship, and something happens on board that has Lo questioning her own sanity. I don't want to give too much away, so I will say that it is similar to Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train, but more suspenseful. Taking a cruise has lost some of its appeal after reading this! Recommended!

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