BOOK REVIEW: Tell Me I’m Wrong by Adam Croft

Tell Me I'm WrongTell Me I’m Wrong by Adam Croft

What if you discovered your husband was a serial killer?

Megan Miller is an ordinary woman with a young family — until a shocking discovery shatters her perfect world.

When two young boys are brutally murdered in their tight-knit village community, Megan slowly begins to realise the signs all point to the lovable local primary school teacher — her husband.

But when she begins to delve deeper into her husband’s secret life, she makes discoveries that will make her question everything she knows — and make her fear for her young daughter’s life.

Facing an impossible decision, she is desperate to uncover the truth. But once you know something, it can’t be unknown. And the more she learns, the more she wishes she never knew anything at all…

 


My Review

Wow this is one roller-coaster ride of a book that will have you turning page after page through twists and turns that keep the adrenaline pumping right to the very end.

Megan is a new mother struggling to bond with her daughter after many years of childlessness.  She built herself up to having a son and ended up with a daughter knowing there would be no more.  She is suffering from post-natal depression and her husband keeps taking himself off fishing leaving her with a screaming child.  Despite support from parents on both sides she still isn’t coping and Chris doesn’t understand.

Chris, the husband, is a typical man who runs away from situations he doesn’t understand or can’t cope with.  When children he taught are murdered he disappears deep within himself which brings Megan to suspect there is something more going on.

The story is told from the perspective of Chris and Megan and that makes it unusual but it really is a brilliant read that is very well written.  There are so many different threads to this story and they all tie together brilliantly as the reader is given an insight into post-natal depression and how the mind can play tricks on you.

It all comes together in a mind blowing ending that you won’t see coming.  This is an unputdownable read that will appeal to anyone who likes crime fiction.  Well worth the 5 stars.


Adam Croft.pngAuthor Bio

With more than half a million books sold to date, Adam Croft is one of the most successful independently published authors in the world, and one of the biggest selling authors of the past year.

Following his 2015 worldwide bestseller Her Last Tomorrow, his psychological thrillers were bought by Thomas & Mercer, an imprint of Amazon Publishing. Prior to the Amazon deal, Her Last Tomorrow sold more than 150,000 copies across all platforms and became one of the bestselling books of the year, reaching the top 10 in the overall Amazon Kindle chart and peaking at number 12 in the combined paperback fiction and non-fiction chart.

His Knight & Culverhouse crime thriller series has sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide, with his Kempston Hardwick mystery books being adapted as audio plays starring some of the biggest names in British TV.

In 2016, the Knight & Culverhouse Box Set reached number 1 in Canada, knocking J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child off the top spot only weeks after Her Last Tomorrow was also number 1 in Canada.

During the summer of 2016, two of Adam’s books hit the USA Today bestseller list only weeks apart, making them two of the most-purchased books in the United States over the summer.

Before writing full time, Adam had previously worked as an internet marketing consultant, delivery driver and professional actor.

Website: www.adamcroft.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adamcroftbooks/

Twitter: @adamcroft

2 comments

  1. Tell me I’m.wrong. what a book I’ve finished reading it this morning lots of twists and turns absoulty loved reading the book just when I thought i knew who done it boom I was wrong I’m going.to have to buy another one now

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