* I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review *
I hate to give away spoilers in a review, so this may be hard to do – The Torment of Rachel Ames could not be a more fitting title for this book.
From the start we are very aware that Rachel is running from something, but we aren’t told what initially. She is heading to a remote cabin with her trusty typewriter, after her last book was pretty much a bust she makes the decision to head to the cabin to write. Or that was the plan anyway.
Unexplained things begin to happen at the cabin that leave Rachel wondering what is real and what is her imagination.
This was a brillantly put together story, and I got stucked in right from the start – I just had to keep reading to get to the bottom of it all.
Brilliant 5 stars for sure.
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