Book Review – Strangers by C.L Taylor

Ursula, Gareth and Alice have never met before.

Ursula thinks she killed the love of her life.
Gareth’s been receiving strange postcards.
And Alice is being stalked.

None of them are used to relying on others – but when the three strangers’ lives unexpectedly collide, there’s only one thing for it: they have to stick together. Otherwise, one of them will die.

Three strangers, two secrets, one terrifying evening.

The million-copy bestseller returns with a gripping new novel that will keep you guessing until the end

Published April 2020 by Avon Books

This is a really late post I’m sorry. I read Strangers a couple of weeks back and this should’ve been posted on 4th but for some reason I thought the 4th May 🙈 I’ve only just realised while sitting here typing reviews and a bit of book organising that I’d missed it

Anyway, I’m fairly certain that C L Taylor needs little introduction. Undoubtedly queen of the psychological thriller, year after year readers are not let down Strangers is no different!

In this book, three seemingly unconnected strangers are brought together in a terrifying twist. Alice is just re-entering the dating scene after a divorce when she starts receiving anonymous messages warning her off. Gareth’s caring for his alzheimer’s suffering Mum, but a ghost from the past is making him doubt his own mind. Ursula thinks she’s hit lucky with her new flatshare, but just what is her landlord hiding behind the locked door?

Fast, gritty and slick – Strangers is another edge of your seat thriller. With Taylor’s trademark ability to create believable characters with raw human flaws and emotions, I found myself entangled in the lives of these three characters. As well as being tense and gripping, there’s some real heartbreaking moments too. Thoroughly recommended

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