After reading a few psychological thrillers, this mystery was a change of pace. The author caught my attention very early, and had me committed to the story from the beginning. While there was somewhat of a lull in the middle of the book, the last 50 pages had me engrossed.
It is rare that I find a book for which I don’t have a clue as to how it is going to end. Two Girls Down is that book. It had me guessing up until the last few pages. The ending was unexpected. This is definitely not one of those books that you spend time reading, just to be disappointed in the ending. Quite the opposite actually.
I will admit that one of the weaknesses of the story is the quantity and variety of characters you meet along the way. While the author did a great job developing the two main characters, I sometimes found it difficult to remember all the ancillary characters, their names, and their relation to the story along the way.
Otherwise, very entertaining and would recommend to others.
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About me? Who am I? I'm Ashley Houser, formerly Tocco (Toe-ko, not Taco). I live in Nashville, Tennessee and work as a pharmacy manager for Vanderbilt Children's Hospital. I married the love of my life in August 2017 and have been enjoying the ride ever since. But, let's get down to why I'm here. I'm a reader. I enjoy all things psychological, thriller, mystery, and everything in between. On occasion I find myself engrossed in a good dystopian novel as well. I started this blog as a place to share my thoughts on books I've ready in the mystery/thriller genre. And while that's still the case, it has now evolved to "all the books." Mystery, thriller, science fiction, southern fiction, young adult, you name it.
There is a little something for everybody. I hope this is a place where people feel inspired to pick up a book and jump into their next literary adventure. Happy reading!
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