BLOG TOUR: The Keeper by Diane Saxon

This is such an intense, fast-paced and wonderfully creepy psychological crime novel!

Responding to reports of deadly screams in the Ironbridge Gorge, Detective Sergeant Jenna Morgan is first on the scene to investigate.
As the search intensifies, Jenna soon discovers her sister Fliss’s severely injured Dalmatian, Domino and the naked, tortured body of an unknown woman.
Who is the dead woman and where is her sister Fliss?

This book really does kick into action from the start. We see the crime happen from the perspective of Fliss, and it’s genuinely quite terrifying. The intensity, creepiness, and sheer horror of the situation really does come through the pages to the reader.

I really liked Jenna. She’s so determined, and yet her emotions do still come through. Somehow she manages to be a clearly independent and capable woman, as well as vulnerable, and I really liked these depths to her character. The team she works with is brilliant as well, and they all work great together. I loved Mason in particular, his strong attitude and kind personality were so likeable.

I had my suspicions about who was behind the horrific crime, but it turned out I was totally wrong, and it wasn’t until nearer the end that I finally got it. It was a great ending, I felt like all the loose ends were tied up well without being too neat, and it provided the reader with a big sense of relief after such a tense novel!

I’d definitely recommend this for someone wanting a fast-paced, extremely tense, creepy psychological crime novel.

The Keeper
Diane Saxon
Boldwood Books, 1st October 2019

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