Murder In A Moment Of Madness
The Confession by Jo Spain is a gripping contemporary psychological murder thriller that will have the reader gripped and guessing. There is a fine line between truth and lies – can you spot it?
Relationships are messy. Love is inextricably linked to hate. What do you do when the person you love is also the person you hate?
Guilt and lies make strange bedfellows. Being united in guilt is not healthy.
Secrets unite or tear apart. You may think your secret is safe but what happens when your secret leaks out?
Confession is good for the soul – but only if it’s the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth – but is it?
The Confession was written from three different points of view – the victim, the murderer and the police. The reader becomes intimately acquainted with their inner most thoughts. We know who the guilty party is… or do we?
A cleverly constructed plot keeps us on tenterhooks to the very end. A marvellous offering from Jo Spain. I cannot wait to read more by her.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own