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@ANovelPage reviews…

The Murder of Graham Catton by Katie Lowe

Long story short:

Hannah Catten was in the house when her husband was killed, but she remembers nothing. A few years later, a podcast series is set to be released which is claiming that Hannah knows more than she’s letting on… 

Thoughts: 

I hate that I loved this book as much as I did… only because I had a huge stack of revision to get through, but I couldn’t until I had finished this book. Safe to say, I loved it! 

The actual style of writing was brilliant. It was really immersive, and a real pleasure to read. There were a lot of red herrings throughout the book – all essential elements in a great thriller! 

The characters were fantastic. I loved the dual narrative, and the fact that Hannah was probably one of the most unreliable characters I’ve encountered! But this had the effect of making me determined to finish it in one sitting so I could find out what was going on. 

I wouldn’t say that it’s all necessarily realistic, and some of it is a little far-fetched… but it worked! 

I do wish that it was a tiny bit more consistent. The beginning started with a bang, and the ending was excellent. The middle just slightly dipped for me – the pace was a little bit too slow here. 

Nevertheless, I was captivated throughout, and would definitely recommend this! Katie Lowe is definitely an author that I will be keeping an eye out for. 

N.B.: I was kindly gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.

#ANovelPage rating 8/10

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