Publisher: Bloodhound Books
Publication Date: 28th June 2018.
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Buy Here: Amazon
Mark Tilbury is the author of dark and compelling psychological thrillers, including The Abattoir of Dreams, The Liar’s Promise and The Ben Whittle Investigation Series. You Belong to Me is a twisty and gripping thriller which will appeal to fans of authors like Mark Edwards, John Marrs and Adam Croft.
This book is about a young girl Ellie Hutton who went missing one day after school nearly 9 years ago. Three men Josh, Rob and Kieran are going about there normal life when they are found and given a note via a private investigator saying that they need to go back to there hometown to meet there old friend Danny. And it’s very apparent that neither any of the boys want to step back anywhere near there hometown or be reminded of the past. It’s soon found out that a second young girl has gone missing Cassie.
The four men are clearly haunted by there past and have fueled there adult lives deep in drugs, alcohol, self harm and turning to religion. And the only one to stay around is Danny who takes care of his mother and forced to deal with his psychotic brother who made his childhood absolute hell.
I absolutely love this cover. Bright and Simple.
The story actually made me completely speechless and made me doubt a lot of things, what ifs, morals etc
He really knows how to make you dive deep into the character’s mind whether they are good and bad. And you keep doubting how you feel all the way through like you are playing tug of war.
It is very dark and I don’t think this is a book for everyone if you are particularly sensitive to animal abuse and dark subjects such as drugs, alcohol, self-harm, violence. I would be cautious. But with that said it is totally and utterly worth it.
It is so well written, it is told from the past and present throughout the book which is very very well I might add. It absolutely gets you completely sucked into this fantastic, dark, gut wrenching and shocking world.
The characters are very well written, unbelievably realistic and you feel like you are those characters, you feel and think As if you are them. There hopes, dreams, there dark dark thoughts. Even down to the victims.
Overall I highly bloody recommend.
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