Today’s second team review is from Judith, she blogs at https://judithbarrowblog.com/
Judith has been reading Bedsit Three by Sally Jenkins
I really enjoyed this novel, it’s a good psychological thriller that steadily builds in tension until the end.
Sally Jenkins’ style of writing is easy to read without being cosy. Her words take the reader steadily through the plot without revealing too much, yet there is also subtle foreshadowing. .
The main characters are well portrayed: the single mother, Sandra, with a young daughter, the new occupant of bedsit three, Ian, a middle class, unemployed man, separated from his wife and son, desperate to be reunited with them. And then there is the former resident of bedsit three; the mentally disturbed Ignatius Smith, evicted and living nearby in his car. The author gradually reveals the actions and thought processes of each of these people. And I liked how the two”off…
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