She Saw What He Did by Lynda Renham

41t6ncB+AlL._SY346_ Synopsis: Abby Miller thought she had the perfect family; a good looking, loving husband and a beautiful daughter. Her life was complete. The shock discovery that her husband, Jared, had been having an affair rocked her world. So when Jared suggested a short break to the Cannard Islands, to heal their fractured marriage, Abby agreed. An idyllic holiday turns into a nightmare when Abby sees something through the telephoto lens of her camera. Suddenly her life and the life of her daughter are in serious danger and no one seems able to help them.

My Rating: 4/5

My Review: I love the author Lynda Renham, especially as she spans different genres. The story starts with Abby and Jared and it seems they are taking a short holiday away from their daughter to work on their marriage. They visit a small island and take a day trip to an uninhabited island to pursue their hobby of Geocaching (I confess I had to Google it). Whilst going about their day Abby witnesses an argument which soon turns deadly. Suddenly an innocent trip means the killer has seen them, not only that they seem to have innocently got themselves tangled in something without realising they had even done it.

At this part of the story the local police are called and the character Ellen is introduced much more. To now Ellen has had no real crimes of so to speak on the island. The worst that normally happens is animals escaping. Ellen suddenly finds herself involved in a potentially dangerous case.

Both women were great characters but I really liked Ellen. This book also turned out to be a lot more full of suspense than I expected. There are plenty of plot twists and a its really intriguing book to read. I was once again totally absorbed in this book and would definitely recommend it

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