Ask No Questions By Claire Allan

Ask No Questions By Claire Allan



Not all secrets are meant to come out…

Twenty-five years ago, on Halloween night, eight-year-old Kelly Doherty went missing while out trick or treating with friends.
Her body was found three days later, floating face down, on the banks of the Creggan Reservoir by two of her young classmates.
It was a crime that rocked Derry to the core. Journalist Ingrid Devlin is investigating – but someone doesn’t want her to know the truth. As she digs further, Ingrid starts to realise that the Doherty family are not as they seem. But will she expose what really happened that night before it’s too late?

My Thoughts:

I read this book in one sitting, I could not put it down. Claire is an amazing author that leaves the reader really feeling the anticipation into where the story is heading. I felt the unease at the start and it didn’t let up until the last few sentences. I became so engrossed with this story that I didn’t realise I had nearly finished it. What makes a good psychological thriller is this book right here, with twists and turns at every corner and the ending was superb. Each chapter is a different person so you feel as though you are getting their background aswell as the story, which makes it even more exciting to read. If you haven’t read a book by Claire Allan before I would highly recommend her books.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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