I told you a bit ago that I listened to a book by Freida McFadden. I had enjoyed that book so I went on a hunt to see if any of the online libraries that I use had any other books by her. I ended up finding The Locked Door. I put a hold on it without even reading the description.
I ended up liking the book. I listened to the entire book in one day. That’s what happens when
A: the book is written in 1st person
B: the book moved along enough to keep my attention
C: I’m at the longarm machine quilting a quilt
D: There are enough suspects to keep me wondering “whodunit”
Here is what Amazon had to say:
“While eleven-year-old Nora Davis was up in her bedroom doing homework, she had no idea her father was killing women in the basement.
Until the day the police arrived at their front door.
Decades later, Nora’s father is spending his life behind bars, and Nora is a successful surgeon with a quiet, solitary existence. Nobody knows her father was a notorious serial killer. And she intends to keep it that way.
Then Nora discovers one of her young female patients has been murdered. In the same unique and horrific manner that her father used to kill his victims.
Somebody knows who Nora is. Somebody wants her to take the fall for this unthinkable crime. But she’s not a killer like her father. The police can’t pin anything on her.
As long as they don’t look in her basement.”
Amazon readers gave the book 4.4 stars. I think I’m going to agree.
You can find the book HERE if you are interested. At the time I wrote this review, this book was a free offering for Kindle Unlimited members.