Leave no singing bones…
Roy and Susie are on a skiing holiday, trying to take a break from the constant reminders of their daughter, who was tragically killed by a careless driver. Out of the blue, they meet Deb and Tom, another couple with a tragic past and a shocking proposal to put things right.
As the bodies accumulate, secrets are revealed and alliances crumble. Ultimate survival depends on following the rules for a perfect murder. And the first rule is… leave no singing bones.
Eye For Eye was the twistiest most absorbing tale I’ve read recently, an intelligent and completely compelling literary thriller that is devilishly plotted.
The concept gives a nod in the direction of “Strangers On A Train” but then goes off into multiple, equally fascinating directions with retribution as the underlying theme and a cast of characters that make the most unreliable of unreliable narrators look like bastions of truth.
Incredibly addictive and beautifully written, J K Franko weaves an intricate web with the reader caught in the centre of it- murder, betrayal, secrets and lies, all here in one hugely gripping story that is honestly unpredictable.
With a magnificently elegant hook into the next novel finale, I honestly can’t wait for the next book in the series. Eye For Eye has the benefit of being both a page turner of a psychological thriller and a talented piece of immersive writing creating a perfect storm that will get you hook, line and sinker.
Brilliant. Highly Recommended.