On a Monday afternoon, as Miranda Jack waits at traffic lights, a stranger jumps into her car and points a gun at her chest.
Forced to drive at high speed up the motorway, Miranda listens to the man’s frantic, paranoid rants, claiming he's being chased and that they're both now running for their lives. Two hours later, Miranda is safe but she can't simply walk away - not without knowing the truth about that terrifying drive....
I really wanted to give this book five stars but there are holes in it and quite a bit of repitition such as lip rolling and slight smiles all through the book. So then I wanted ti give it four stars but the ending? Corny at best awful at worst. Taht apart and that said it’s not a bad book for most of the way. it has pace and plot, it is read well. Miranda Jack is probably the most unpleasant irritating character in it and yet you can see her point in most respects but she does go on but then she’s a journo and they tend to go on a bit. It’s about the psychology and obsession of a journalist to know more about her husband’s death and then suddenly it’s all happening again. The trouble is the original crime is still the one she finds out nothing about or if she does the book ends before we’re told about it. I’d recommend it though to anyone that likes a good pacey psychological drama and it’s also a thriller. I sound as if i didn’t enjoy this book but mostly I did actually.
I was driving the M1 when I started this book so it was rather spooky. As with all Jaye Ford books, this was fast paced and captivating. I loved Sarah Blackstone narrating, a great audible experience
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