It starts off with a slow build, just teasing you with breadcrumbs to keep you trekking along. Until you finally reach a twist and it snowballs down a mountain. It will have you picking your jaw up off the floor just to have you drop it all over again.
This book really starts out with a bang and just keeps rolling. Laura “Lo” Blacklock wakes up in her apartment to an intruder who locks her in her room and steals a few of her belongings. A few days later Lo is set to go on a cruise on the Aurora for her job asContinue reading “The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware”