The Hiding Place By John Burley

The Hiding Place By John Burley

She can’t reach him … but he can get to her …

A chilling twisty tale of cat and mouse – perfect for fans of Linwood Barclay and Harlan Coben.

Dr Lise Shields works with the most deadly criminals in America. At Menaker psychiatric hospital all are guilty and no one ever leaves. Then she meets Jason Edwards.
Jason is an anomaly. No transfer order, no patient history, no paperwork at all. Is he really guilty of the horrific crimes he’s been sentenced for?

Caught up in a web of unanswered questions and hastily concealed injustices, the spotlight begins to shine on Lise. She’s being watched, and the doors of Menaker psychiatric hospital are closing in.

In Lise’s quest to discover the truth, is there anywhere left to hide?

My Thoughts:

I was lucky enough to win this book on goodreads. I do love a psychological thriller and this one didn’t disappoint, probably not as good as some I have read but I did enjoy this one.  I wanted to find out about the story with Jason Edwards and what was to become of him. This is a fast paced story and I really liked how the book was split up into five parts, the story was cleverly written but I am afraid to say I guessed what was going to happen before it did. I will definitely be reading more of John Burley’s books as I loved the way he writes with so much description.

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