Book Review: The Killing of Mummy’s Boy by Joan Ellis

Sandra is sitting on the train heading home…alone.  An attractive, dangerous-looking man seats opposite her.  She realizes that she lost her train pass and unwittingly gives her address to the representative on the phone in earshot of the man across from her.  After a bit of small talk not totally forced upon Sandra, she finds that she’s sitting across from Ben — a murderer newly released from prison!

Sandra’s reign of terror begins a few days afterwards when a new train pass and some roses show up on her front doorstep.  Then, her bathroom has foamy urine in it…and she didn’t use the facilities!  She begins drinking earlier and earlier in the day in hopes of a mental escape from the murderer who she is sure is trying to toy with her prior to getting down to the business of offing her…

This British mystery thriller is wonderful!  It has so many twists and turns and it is superbly written.  You will not regret this read at all.

The Killing of Mummy’s Boy will shock you, alarm you yet ultimately intrigue you.  You will not be able to put it down until you get to The End.

5 Blogairy Notebooks

 

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