Family drama/ psychological thriller ‘Repent at Leisure’ is now available as an audio book. I have been given 25 free codes to use at the checkout on Audible.com, and I am currently waiting to hear back from ACX to find out if I’m eligible for any UK codes as well.
If you would like a code, please email me at email@example.com and put ‘Audio Book’ in the subject box. Thank you.
Plagued by a troubled upbringing, Paul McAdam wakes to find a mysterious woman in his bed, but has no memory of how she came to be there. Cat Taylor worms her way into his life and eventually moves into his Edinburgh flat. This arrangement suits Paul quite well until he meets Anita Fairfax. Wishing to marry, Paul tells Cat she has to go, something she does not do easily. Then, Cat is found dead in Paul’s apartment. Despite little evidence, the police suspect him of murder. Anita willingly stands by her new husband, but doubt creeps in as his behavior becomes increasingly erratic and violent.
I have read several books by author, Stevie Turner and I admit this is my favorite. I enjoyed the book for several reasons. First of all, I was unable to ‘guess’ the ending of the book. The plot twists and turns and the author’s portrayal of the characters prevents the reader from drawing conclusions as the story develops.
As with all of Turner’s books, the book is well written. This book grabbed my attention from the beginning and is a page turner through the end of the book. The story line is very unusual and developed in a way to keep the reader guessing. Characters Paul, Cat and Anita are fascinating and I found myself empathizing with the three of them despite and probably because of their inherent weaknesses.
I highly recommend this book and believe that, based on how easily the book flows, its dynamic characters and unusual story-line, it will be hard for any reader to not enjoy this incredibly well written novel.
I’m off up the M5 today for a tour of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Back tomorrow with loads of photos!