Thursday, September 3, 2020

Review for One Step Behind by Lauren North


One Step Behind


Lauren North 


publication: September 3rd 2020 by Corgi


'A gripping psychological thriller that pulls the reader through the story at a terrific pace, not giving them a moment to draw breath' Nikki Smith, author of All in Her Head

Jenna is a wife, a mother, a doctor. She’s also the victim of a stalker.

Every time she leaves her house, she sees him. Disturbing gifts are left at her door. Cruel emails are sent to her colleagues. She has no idea who this man is but she feels powerless against him.

Until the day he is brought into her hospital after a serious accident, and Jenna is given the chance to find out once and for all why this man is tormenting her. Now, the power is all hers.

But how many lines is she willing to cross to take back control of her life?


My Thoughts…


A stalker is my worst nightmare.   Especially at the level that Jenna’s stalker went.   Oh my gosh!   They stalked her at home, at her job, everywhere she went.    I was scared for her, enthralled at who the stalker was, and worried that she would not be able to keep herself together long enough to catch the stalker.    


This is the second Lauren North book that I have read, and she is amazing.   She has the skills to write a book that could cause nightmares but keeps the reader intrigued enough to not want to put the book down.    I had so many guesses at who the stalker was, and I thought for sure that I had figured it out a few times.    When it was revealed who-dun-it, all the clues came together perfectly, and I could not believe that I did not realize the truth before I read it. 


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Meet Lauren North…

 Lauren writes psychological suspense novels that delve into the darker side of relationships and families. She has a lifelong passion for writing, reading, and all things books. Lauren’s love of psychological suspense has grown since childhood and her dark imagination of always wondering what’s the worst thing that could happen in every situation.

Lauren studied psychology before moving to London where she lived and worked for many years. She now lives with her family in the Suffolk countryside. Readers can follow Lauren on Twitter @Lauren_C_North and Facebook @LaurenNorthAuthor




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