Hi, guys. It’s Sunday and this time I have another review for you. Today I am reviewing a psychological thriller, A Fool’s Circle, written by Suzanne Seddon.
Kate Sanders is a victim of an abusive husband. The only thing that keeps her staying in the marriage is her little daughter. But when a solicitor contacts her, things change in a positive way. Kate’s aunt dies and leaves her a lot of money. Kate sees this as a chance to make her way out of her marriage. Her only friend is Jill and she offers to help with the escape. That is what friends do, right? And Kate meets a new man, someone very different from her abusive husband. But is she capable to trust and love again?
At first, it seems like a light story. But things aren’t that easy, nor that predictable. Kate is in a trap. A multi-layered trap. Can she trust the people she loves? Or she should be afraid of her own shadow? Maybe the right question is: How much does she know the people around her?
A Fool’s Circle is a grippy psychological thriller. Every moment when you think that Kate is finally out, you are wrong! Something bad happens and she is in some kind of trouble again! Page after page, you remove one layer after another. Twist and turn-overs on every corner! A real emotional roller-coaster. I loved it!
I should have read this book long time ago. But my TBR list is so long. This is an excellent book. I liked it and hope to see more of this author in future.