Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Review of Sins of the Father by Sheryl Browne - Five **


What if you’d been accused of one of the worst crimes imaginable?

Detective Inspector Matthew Adams is slowly picking up the pieces from a case that nearly cost him the lives of his entire family and his own sanity too. On the surface, he seems to be moving on, but he drinks to forget and when he closes his eyes, the nightmares still come.

But the past is the past or is it? Because the evil Patrick Sullivan might be out of the picture, but there’s somebody who is just as intent on making Matthew’s life hell, and they’re doing it in the cruelest way possible.

When Matthew finds himself accused of a horrific and violent crime, will his family stand by him? And will he even be around to help when his new enemy goes after them as well?


Just when you think it can't get any better...it does! This was yet another late night read because I simply could not put it down.

We're back with Matthew and Becky and another fraught and tense situation. I really could not see any way out for Matthew this time around and was getting very worried!

If you haven't read After She's Gone, read that first and then this one. This is a stand alone, but you'll miss a lot of details (and an incredibly good book!).

Thank you to Choc Lit and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Yay! Thank you SO much for a FABulous review, Ann! I must admit I was getting a bit worried for Matthew too! I'm still worrying about him, but this goes a long way to calming my nerves. LOVE it! :) xx