Today I am reviewing on its publication day Every Little Breath by Keri Beevis, published by Bloodhound Books.
How much could one phone call change your life?
‘Only you can save her. If she dies, it is your fault.’
When radio presenter, Casey Fallon, answers a call she assumes it is a prank. But then a woman’s body is discovered, and she finds herself up against a cruel and calculating killer who wants her to find his victims before they take their last breath.
Fifteen years ago, Casey was a key witness in the trial of serial killer, Steve Noakes, and her evidence helped put him behind bars for the murders of five women.
Someone remembers what happened that summer. Someone who is desperate for revenge. Someone who won’t stop until Casey has been punished.
‘You saved a life once. Can you do it again?’
The game is just beginning…
Number one bestselling author Keri Beevis is back with a breathtaking new psychological thriller which is simply too good to miss. It’s the perfect read for fans of authors like Clare Mackintosh, Cara Hunter, Paula Hawkins.
I have literally just finished reading this book (16-04-21) and normally I would wait a couple of days to put together a review, but I need to get my thoughts out there now. Holy you know what! Keri Beevis just smashes this one out of the park and has produced a brilliant book, that in my opinion is her best work to date!
From the chilling prologue, through to the jaw dropping epilogue and everything in between, this book just had me completely captivated and superglued to its pages. I had no choice but to pull an all nighter as there was no way I could tear myself away. My poor Kindle took a beating as I could not flip the pages fast enough! My heart is still racing and there is no way I can go to sleep now!
The plot instantly intrigued me and the more I got into the book the more I was invested in the story and its lead character Casey Fallon. Keri Beevis always does such an amazing jobs with her characters, yes even the evil ones, and Every Little Breath is no exception. They really do play their roles well and have been perfectly created, good and bad.
Keri Beevis is on absolute fire with this book and it just reiterates to me even more how talented an author she is. Every Last Breath showcases her “dark side” extremely well and that ending, let’s just say it knocked my socks off. I did not see it coming and it is one that will definitely stay with me for a long time to come. Well played Keri. Very well played!
I think you get the idea that I loved this book so it should come as no surprise that this will be part of my best books for 2021. Fast paced, gripping, chilling and with a twist to end all twists, I can not recommend this book highly enough. You’re an absolute star Keri Beevis and I look forward to reading more of your work for a long time to come.
Thank you to Keri Beevis for gifting me an advanced copy of Every Little Breath which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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Let’s Get to Know Keri Beevis
Keri Beevis is the internationally bestselling author of Dying To Tell and Deep Dark Secrets.
Her other books include the Rebecca Angell Series: M for Murder and D for Dead, and most recently; Trust No One (released November 2020).
She wrote her first novel at age twenty, but it was a further twenty years before she was published after winning a contract in the New Novels Competition 2012.
Born in the village of Old Catton, less than a mile from where Anna Sewell was living when she wrote Black Beauty, Keri had a passion for reading and writing from a young age, though her tastes veered more to the macabre.
Today she still lives in Norfolk, along with her two naughty kitties, Ellie and Lola, and a plentiful supply of red wine (her writing fuel), where she writes a comedic lifestyle column for the Iceni Magazine. She loves Hitchcock movies, exploring creepy places, and gets extremely competitive in local pub quizzes. She is also a self-confessed klutz.