Two years after a terrifying spate of teenage suicides, the remote village of Radcote has just begun to heal. Then a young man is killed in a freak motorcycle accident and a suicide note is found among his belongings. When a second boy is found dead shortly thereafter, the nightmare of repeat suicides once again threatens the community.
I recently read Samantha Hayes' Until You're Mine, which I loved, so was excited to read her newest book, What You Left Behind.
This one started out a bit slower. Quite slow, in fact, to where I may have put it down had I not been reading it to review. I'm glad I didn't as it turned out to pick up about half way through the book and get back on track to being a thriller.
Looking back, I can see that the slow start allowed us to be introduced to the characters and get to know their story before getting to the real meat of the book.
The twists and turns towards the ending brought back the writing that I loved in Until You're Mine. I had to finish it this afternoon to find out what happened. A nice weekend read...stick it out to the end!
This book was given to me by Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.