Sunday, September 25, 2016

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

The Women in Cabin 10 is a psychological thriller and quite clever. It's rare when, I say this but I never saw the ending coming.

The book starts off fast paced, dwindles down and then picks up. Lo Blacklock is a writer and after a not so pleasant experience she leaves on an assignment. An assignment that she normally wouldn't handle because it is "above" her.

 After boarding a billionaires yacht on its main voyage she becomes unhinged and anxiety ridden. You are left to wonder if it is the result of what happened to her or if a passenger has really gone missing. Lo reports the screams of the passenger from the cabin next door but is told it's vacant. No one believes her and her complaints are ignored. Lo sets off to solve the case on her own and gets more than she bargained for.

I had a difficult time believing some of the story lines but I was entertained and recommend the read.

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