Andrea Mara: All Her Fault

This review is written with thanks to Pigeonhole for the opportunity to read and review All Her Fault.

Blurb:

ONE MISSING BOY.

Marissa Irvine arrives at 14 Tudor Grove, expecting to pick up her young son Milo from his first playdate with a boy at his new school. But the woman who answers the door isn’t a mother she recognises. She isn’t the nanny. She doesn’t have Milo. And so begins every parent’s worst nightmare.

FOUR GUILTY WOMEN.

As news of the disappearance filters through the quiet Dublin suburb and an unexpected suspect is named, whispers start to spread about the women most closely connected to the shocking event. Because only one of them may have taken Milo – but they could all be blamed . . .

IN A COMMUNITY FULL OF SECRETS, WHO IS REALLY AT FAULT?

Review:

All Her Fault is a very fast paced novel with short chapters and from the beginning, I found it very difficult to put down! I really wanted to know what had happened to Milo and couldn’t rest until I had answers. 

Each chapter is narrated by a different character and occasionally we step back in time. At first, it seemed like this might be confusing, but it is really easy to follow and it’s a really effective technique. It gives us insight into the characters, most of whom are quite unlikeable, but it also demonstrates that things may not be as simple as they seem and the intrigue this creates kept me engaged all the way through. 


All Her Fault has so many twists and turns which kept me on my toes! Some of them are easy to guess, but there are others that were a complete surprise to me! I really enjoyed this novel and I look forward to reading this author’s books in future.

All Her Fault is available from Amazon.

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