Beth Belmont runs every day, hard and fast on the trail near home. She knows every turn, every bump in the road. So when she spots something out of place – a slip of white paper at the base of a tree – she’s drawn to it.
On the paper are five names. The third is her own.
Beth can’t shake off the unease the list brings. Why is she on it? And what ties her to the other four strangers?
Then she discovers that the first two are dead.
Is she next?
I liked the sound of this book but for me it was not as good as I hoped. The first part was good but the middle was very slow going and nothing much happened, the ending didn’t seem to wrap anything up either. Beth has a nice life with her boyfriend but at night the nightmares come about what happened in her past. Whilst on her run Beth finds a list but one that has her name on it. Who is behind it? and do they know about her past? The story is broken down into each chapter being either Beth, the person who write the list and a young Beth, so we get a real sense that something bad happened in her past. It had everything to be a good thriller but it was a bit of a let down.
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