Tell Me You’re Sorry by Kevin O’Brien
Dick wakes up to find a dead stranger in his bed and then is brutally tied to his bed and left to burn alive as his cabin goes up in fire. The prologue ends with the title of the novel, and you know you are in for an enthralling ride.
This is my first book from Mr. Kevin O’Brien but it will definitely not be the last. This is a great book, full of suspense and a powerful psychological play. The language is simple but effective, the characters interesting and captivating, and the plot and the storyline plausible and intriguing. There are so many twists and turns to keep even the most demanding reader fully satisfied.
As the chapters unfold, we are introduced to Scott and Stephanie, their relationship and their secrets. Scott is Stephanie’s brother-in-law, but her sister killed herself and then Scott remarried. Later, he is found dead along with his family. It is now up to Stephanie to find out the truth behind their murders.
I strongly recommend Tell Me You’re Sorry, but make sure to set aside a few uninterrupted hours to fully enjoy this pulse-pounding novel.