The Kind Worth Saving: 'Nobody writes psychopaths like Swanson.' Mark Edwards
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Not just as an unnecessary sequel to my favorite thriller of all time, but just in general... it was bad. I enjoyed this read. It's clever. It's intriguing. It's different, and entertaining. Are we going to get a #3, Mr Swanson? I certainly hope so. Joan thinks her hubs is cheating. She can feel it. She has also suspects who his afternoon delight is, but she wants proof. Enter Private Investigator, Henry Kimball. Joan meets with him and it could possibly be the worst day of his life! He can't quite put his finger on the chilly feeling that she brought in with her. He decides to help her investigate her hubs and the cat and rat chase begins...........
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This was going to be 4 stars for me and then by the words of the very last chapter it jumped to 4.5 (rounded down). Henry Kimball/Lily Kintner #2 - the much anticipated, eagerly awaited ‘semi-sequel’ to The Kind Worth Killing. It wouldn’t be a Peter Swanson novel if he doesn’t kill off some really fascinating and important characters mid-way through the story whilst literally turns the narrative upside down and leaves the reader reeling.The Kind Worth Saving can be read as a standalone – but honestly I would not recommend it because The Kind Worth Killing is utterly brilliant and a masterclass in psychological thrillers – so do yourself a HUGE favour and buy both books. Thank you to the author, the publisher and Netgalley for providing an ARC in exchange for my honest review. This was one I was very excited to be approved for and it did not disappoint.
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because Richard (the husband who was killed) not being the same Richard (the guy she killed someone with) was the weakest twist possible. Honestly it would have been better if they were the same person. She couldn't get out of the marriage because he was willing to turn them both in, and then we have some twisty story about their life and why she wanted out. He has been hired by Joan Whalen, to obtain proof that her husband Richard is cheating. Joan doesn’t really care that he has been unfaithful. What bothers her, is that he thinks he has been smart enough to get away with it.Even though this book technically could be read as a standalone, I highly advise you read TKWK before diving into this one so that way you can fully appreciate it.