Room 15: a gripping psychological mystery thriller Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08DCVZTMM
- Publisher : Bloodhound Books - crime, thriller and mystery (July 27, 2020)
- Publication date : July 27, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1540 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 351 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #268,424 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Ross finds himself wandering the streets one night, bleeding from the head and unable to remember the past year and a half yet called to the crime scene of a grisly murder.
Amid friends and strangers who he's supposed to know, he sets out to unravel more than one mystery.
Room 15 takes the reader along on Ross' journey to discover the missing pieces of his own life, as well as the lives of those around him. Room 15 is a fascinating exploration of how someone might handle severe memory loss.
Do you tell anyone you can't remember the last 18 months, and if so, who? Can you trust the same people today you confided to in the past?
What I liked:
I liked the mystery of learning clues along with the protagonist. I felt a greater sense of anxiety for the MC because he knew as much as I did.
What I didn't like:
Some of the exposition felt underwhelming, and a few minor characters seemed forced for the sake of diversity, but that's my personal opinion.
A fun read from start to finish.
DI Blackleigh is on trial charged with four counts of murder, which he insists he didn’t commit. His lawyer, Stone, advises him not to speak, but Ross goes against his counsel’s advice and takes the stand. And now his life is in the hands of a jury, to find him not guilty by reasonable doubt. He tries to read the jury. His wife, Laura was in the crowd.
This is Ross’s story.
Ross finds himself standing in the middle of the street at night staring up at the falling snow. He was bleeding from the head and unable to remember the past year and a half. Even though it was snowing…he thought it was August!
But before he could make sense of it, he was summoned to a crime scene, where a nurse, Amy Matthews, had been brutally murdered. He arrives with his own police colleague, at the Hotel-Room 15, where the victim had been shot multiple times. But Ross being weak from his injuries, falls over in the crime scene, contaminating the area. He now had become the prime suspect in the murder.
The amnesia shook him and fearing the worst, he allowed himself to be taken to hospital where that night he was attacked by a stranger with a knife.
Now Ross has two battles to fight…the murder investigation and his own mind.
Killer…Victim…Corruption…No one to trust! Is Ross being set up or is something far more disturbing behind the killings?
I loved following Ross’s story, and didn’t see where it was going to lead. This crime novel was well written with detailed plot and non-stop action at every turn. I was glued right to the last page and unpredictable ending.
Many thanks to the author and Bloodhound Books for my digital copy.