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Introduction of the ebook: Watching from the Dark

Đánh giá : 3.85 /5 (sao)

One crime. One witness. One question : why didn’t he call the police?

When a vibrant young woman is murdered while on a video chat, a small-town detective wades into a circle of friends and lovers with dangerous secrets.

Aidan Poole logs on to his laptop late at night to Skype his girlfriend, Zoe. To his horror, he realizes that there is someone else in her flat. Aidan can o One crime. One witness. One question : why didn’t he call the police?

When a vibrant young woman is murdered while on a video chat, a small-town detective wades into a circle of friends and lovers with dangerous secrets.

Aidan Poole logs on to his laptop late at night to Skype his girlfriend, Zoe. To his horror, he realizes that there is someone else in her flat. Aidan can only listen to the sounds of a violent struggle taking place in the bathroom—and then the sound of silence. He is desperate to find out if Zoe is okay. But then why is he so hesitant to call the police?

When Aidan’s cryptic messages finally reach them, Detective Chief Inspector Jonah Sheens and his team take the case—and discover the body. They soon find that no one has a bad word to say about Zoe, a big hearted young artist at the center of a curious web of waifs and strays, each relying on her for support, each hiding dark secrets and buried resentments. Has one of her so-called “friends” been driven to murder? Or does Aidan have the biggest secret of them all? …more

Review ebook Watching from the Dark

**4.5-stars rounded up **

Watching From the Dark was everything I was hoping for. Gytha Lodge, you have made me a very happy girl!

Signing on to his late night Skype date with his girlfriend, Zoe, Aidan Poole can tell right away something is off.

For one, Zoe isn’t in front of the camera. He observes her moving through her apartment, but then she goes into the bathroom and starts running a bath.

Anticipating something kinky may be in the works, he sits back, watches and waits.

Things take a disturbi **4.5-stars rounded up **

Watching From the Dark was everything I was hoping for. Gytha Lodge, you have made me a very happy girl!

Signing on to his late night Skype date with his girlfriend, Zoe, Aidan Poole can tell right away something is off.

For one, Zoe isn’t in front of the camera. He observes her moving through her apartment, but then she goes into the bathroom and starts running a bath.

Anticipating something kinky may be in the works, he sits back, watches and waits.

Things take a disturbing turn however, when he observes a shadowy figure entering the apartment, proceeding into the bathroom and closing the door behind them.

Next Aidan hears the obvious sounds of a struggle. Zoe is being attacked and there is nothing he can do to help her!

You’re probably thinking, well, he could call the police, right?

Yes, that does seem logical, doesn’t it? He can call, explain the circumstances and give them her address, but he doesn’t do that. In fact, he doesn’t do anything.

Not right away, anyway. He ultimately does end up calling the authorities the following day, but if Zoe were brutally attacked, wouldn’t he want to get her help as soon as possible?

If you think this sounds like an intriguing way to a kick off a story, you’re absolutely correct!

When Aidan’s odd crime report makes its way to the desk of DCI Jonah Sheens, he and his team decide to take it seriously and begin to investigate.

They head to Zoe’s apartment and discover she didn’t survive the attack. Now faced with a murder investigation, Sheens and the team dig deep into Zoe’s life, friend group and mysterious relationship with Aidan.

I really enjoyed the first installment to the Jonah Sheens series, She Lies in Wait, and was highly anticipating this release.

I am happy to report this exceeded all my expectations.

I feel like Lodge’s writing has matured in such a pleasant way.

The investigatory aspects of this were so strong, as well as the plotting. There were many clever red herrings and twists along the way.

I loved being back with Sheens and the other officers. They work so well together and that is nice to see. Often there can be a lot of drama within investigative units, so it is nice to see a group that works together in a supportive way.

I do think this can be read as a standalone, so if you haven’t read the first book, please don’t let that keep you from picking this one up. If the premise sounds good to you, jump on it.

I have a feeling you’ll be adding the first book to your TBR List after. As you should, because it is great too!

As for me, I am so excited about the potential for this series. I hope it lasts a long, long time. I know I will be picking up every single one that gets released.

Thank you so much to the publisher, Penguin Random House, for providing me with a copy of this to read and review. I truly appreciate it.

I am looking forward to reading so much more from Gytha Lodge!

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