Dark Corners by Darren O’Sullivan is a cracking psychological thriller that will have the hairs on the back of your neck rising as the tension builds.
The novel has two time frames – now and twenty one years earlier – the action is inextricably linked. The reader holds their breath as the novel counts down from six weeks before the event. It was to be an event from which no one recovered and an event which would forever bind the people together.
Secrets unite and secrets split apart. A secret shared may be a trauma released or a burden picked up. PTSD follows the characters down the years.
Someone is out for revenge – but who could it be? Try as I might, I failed to guess (again.)
For years the small town was united by the mine, but now it is empty. Will it ever reveal its secrets?
A cold case is connected to present day disappearances. Can you solve the case before the police do?
Once again Darren O’Sullivan has produced a fabulous novel that consumed my every waking moment. I totally ‘lived’ the action and cannot wait for more by him.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.