Having really enjoyed In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware I knew I wanted to listen to her newest The Woman in Cabin 10 and I wasn’t disappointed. I was hooked on this story from beginning to end and anxiously continued to listen anytime I could to see what would happen next.
The story revolves around Lo Blacklock who is a journalist writing for a travel magazine. When her boss is unable to take an assignment for a week on a small luxury cruise liner Lo is given the chance to take it and give her career the boost she so desires. Who wouldn’t want that! Once on the ship things seem to be going well until one night Lo is sure she sees a woman being thrown overboard. The problem is that all the passengers are accounted for and nobody is even in that room. Consequently nobody believes Lo but still she can’t let it go and keeps digging. Maybe not such a good idea…
If you enjoy a suspenseful mystery with more than one twist to throw you off then this book is for you. As I mentioned I listened to the audiobook which is narrated by Imogen Church. I love listening to her. She has a wonderful tone to her voice and she adds so much to any story she tells. Highly recommended!
Source: Digital copy received from the publisher for an honest review. Audiobook personal copy.
bermudaonion (Kathy) says
I keep reading good things about this book. I need to grab a copy!
Whitney @ First Impressions Reviews says
I really enjoyed your review for this and In a Dark, Dark Wood. They both seem like intense suspenseful novels. I’ve placed library holds on both of them and appreciate the recommendations.
Carole from Carole's Chatter says
Hi there, looks like a good one! It would be great if you added your review to the Books You Loved: September collection over at Carole’s Chatter. Cheers
Audio version it is!